07/16/19 4:07pm
Emily Hermant, Terrain Biennial 2015

Terrain Biennial Newburgh Open Call
Calling artists and residents

“The Terrain Biennial is an international exhibition of site-specific art made for front yards, porches, entryways, and windows. By re-purposing private spaces for public viewing, the exhibit encourages dialogue between neighbors, offers discovery and new perspectives, and increases access and visibility to art. The biennial is self-organized and based on collaboration.

Terrain Biennial Newburgh is an outpost of the 2019 exhibition, opening during Newburgh OPEN Studios. The exhibition’s theme is to take stock of the landscape by looking at the terrain we occupy, the built environment, and the topology of our moment. Artists and hosts should reflect upon the ways our environment changes us and how we change it. The exhibit runs September 28th through November 17th.

Want to participate as an artist or host? Email terrainbiennialnewburgh@gmail.com by Monday, July 29th for next steps. Visit terrainexhibitions.org for more information on Terrain Biennial.”

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Alex Paik, Terrain Biennial 2017

Photo by Newburgh photographer Walt.

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07/11/19 2:36pm

Common Ground Farm is pleased to announce the start of the 2019 Newburgh Farmers’ Market season on Saturday, July 13th from 10-2 pm. The market will be open every Saturday from 10-2 pm until the last day of the season on October 19th, offering a wide variety of local produce and other agricultural products including meat, eggs, maple syrup, beverages and body products. In 2019, the market will be located in the beautiful outdoor park at the Safe Harbors Green, 95-107 Broadway, in Newburgh, New York. 

Photo by Newburgh photographer Cher Vick.

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07/05/19 11:30am

The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue. Photo by Brian Wolfe

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07/04/19 7:30am

It’s been years since the gates have been up at 110-112 Broadway. Now they are completely gone as exterior work has begun, giving a hint at what this corner could possibly look like in the future. There will be at least two new storefronts or retail opportunities once work has been completed. If you are interested, please send me an email and I will put you in contact with him. NewburghRestoration(at)gmail(dot)com.

And here is another look at the rendering that was shared last year.