Magazzino Italian Art Presents “Bochner Boetti Fontana,”

Don’t miss your chance to see the exhibition “Bochner Boetti Fontana,” curated by Mel Bochner in collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art, the show will be on view until January 11, 2021.
Here you can see Alighiero Boetti’s ‘Teresa Giancarlo Carlotta Beatrice,’ 1977. In 1973, Alighiero Boetti began to create drawings known as ‘Biros’ using the technique of hatching with a ball point pen on paper. Boetti assigned his studio assistants to execute the hatching based on a composition he conceived.
Typical of Boetti, these works are interactive games based on a set of rules that the viewer must decipher. Each sheet contains a word that is decoded by aligning the alphabet running along the vertical axis with the commas positioned on the horizontal axis. In this case, the words are a portrait of the artist’s friends, offering a unique reflection on the concept of identity. The names reveal Teresa, the wife; Giancarlo, her husband; and Carlotta and Beatrice, their children. In his ‘Biros,’ Boetti explored the theme of ‘the double’ by splitting the authorship of the work between himself and his assistants and interweaving the practices of drawing and writing. The viewer is invited to actively engage in deciphering the literal meaning of the work.

Virtual Poetry Writing Workshop with John Kaprielian.

In this workshop, participants will be asked to create and share new poems each month. Poetry will be read and discussed, providing feedback in a format that is aimed to be helpful to each poet in honing his/her craft.

New members welcome; register online at with a valid email address to receive the link for this Zoom workshop.

BAMM 2020 at Mahopac Library Presents – The Ricardo Gautreau Trio, live streamed on YouTube.

Join us for this BAMM concert from the comfort of your own home! The Ricardo Gautreau Trio features Doug Munro on lead guitar, Pablo Mayor on keyboards, and Ricardo Gautreau on vocals and guitar. The trio will be playing originals and covers from Ellington to Santana, Robert Johnson to the Beatles, Woody Guthrie and more. Songs will be performed in English and in Spanish.


A YouTube link for this performance will be sent on the day of the event. (You do not need to be a YouTube subscriber or have an account to view this live performance). Registration with a valid email address is required; register online at, or call 845-628-2009, ext 100.

BAMM (books, art music in Mahopac) 2020 at Mahopac Public Library is funded, in part, by PCSB Bank, Tompkins Mahopac Bank, and the Henschel Trust,  a bequest to Mahopac Public Library.  Additional support is provided through the Putnam Arts Council’s Arts Link program with public funds from Putnam County.

Open House on the Farm

Open House on the Farm

  • Saturday, October 17, 2020, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Please join us for an Open House on Tilly Foster Farm:

There will be Animals & Art, Antique Tractors, Apples, Cider & Donuts, Ask a Master Gardener, Clover Scavenger Hunt, Pollinator Pathway, Tilly’s Pumpkin Patch, Roasted Corn, Self Guided Art Tour & Hiking Trails



*Please leave your pets at home!



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Tilly Foster Farms
100 New York 312
Brewster, New York 10509

Cold Spring Farmers Market

Founded in 2002, the Cold Spring Farmers’ Market is open on Saturdays year-round.

Outdoor Market: May-Oct at Boscobel House and Gardens, 8:30am-1:00pm

Visit Magazzino Italian Art/Reservation Required

Located in Cold Spring, New York, Magazzino Italian Art is a museum and research center dedicated to advancing scholarship and public appreciation of postwar and contemporary Italian art in the United States. The nonprofit museum serves as an advocate for Italian artists as it celebrates the range of their creative practices from Arte Povera to the present. Through its curatorial, scholarly, and public initiatives, Magazzino explores the impact and enduring resonances of Italian art on a global level.

Drive-In Movie Night at Putnam County Golf Course

Tilly Foster Farm is Open.

Sunday Brunch Tilly’s Table

Farmers Market Tompkins Corners Cultural Center