Sponsors + Partners
BeaconArts' mission is to foster and encourage the advancement of the City of Beacon as a center for arts and culture. We work to enable resident artists of all disciplines to live and thrive in Beacon by widely promoting their projects and events, as well as to develop and facilitate inspiring, and inclusive, creative experiences and programs that promote a vibrant community and enrich the lives of our local citizens.
BeaconArts works to promote the cultural vibrancy that has become our community's trademark. Founded in 2002, BeaconArts proudly promotes and nurtures the city’s multi-faceted arts community while actively engaging in the vibrancy of the greater Hudson Valley.
Thanks to the ongoing support we receive through membership, BeaconArts provides resources and support for artists throughout the community. Much like the art itself, these support systems derive from intimate relationships and look different for different projects. Some of the methods by which BeaconArts supports the artist community include: fiscal sponsorships, annual artist member shows, curation and management of art in public spaces, artist networking events, facilitated collaborations between artists and local businesses, and more. BeaconArts prides itself on being a resource for an arts-oriented community and aims to provide creative experience for makers, consumers, and businesses alike. We are all connected through the creative economy.
Arts Mid-Hudson, the preeminent nonprofit arts service organization serving Dutchess, Ulster, and Orange Counties invites you to join us! Arts Mid-Hudson’s initiatives engage and promote the arts across the Mid-Hudson region, benefiting our artists, arts organizations and communities.
Through advocacy, exhibitions, performances, folk arts programs, festivals, awards and more, we bring creative offerings to artists, educators, venues, students and those who enjoy the region’s vast bounty of arts, bridging cultures, inspiring creativity and transforming communities.
Arts Mid-Hudson administers New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) funding in Dutchess, Ulster and Orange Counties, with annual competitive grants awarded to artists, schools, community groups, and arts organizations. Funding also is available through Dutchess County Partners in the Arts, and Ulster County Cultural Services & Promotion Fund.
A Little Beacon Blog is a local media news source with an eye for detail and discovery, which we deliver to a broad audience. We are a storyteller of the history of this area, and of the news and events happening here now. We help the people who live here, and the folks who are visiting, know about insider things to do, learn, shop and eat. We stop to smell the roses, enjoy a drink or snack, and do bouts of shopping. We dedicate time to researching developing stories about people and local news, and publish deep deep dive articles to keep all informed.
Wild Cube is an independent design studio based in Beacon, NY. They craft visual experiences for brands looking to focus on leveling up and growing their business. At Wild Cube, they look at all pieces of branding to help clients get a better understanding of their growing business needs. They work on all aspects of marketing initiatives such as branding, web design, packaging design, motion graphics and more. They are design enthusiasts that believe in providing visual clarity to make communication feel more seamless.
Local artist Alyssa Follansbee owns Happy Valley Arcade Bar, where she does all of the design work from merch to wall murals.
Alyssa lives here in Beacon with her two dogs, two sons, and husband Johnny.
Hyperbole was founded on the belief that the absolute best products on earth are the ones that make you feel good about shopping: made by real people, designed with purpose, and unique to your personal style.
Owners and jewelry designers Andrea Podob and Carolyn Baccaro work together with a small, brilliant team, to curate a colorful assortment of original artwork, vintage gems, thoughtfully designed clothing, and sustainably produced jewelry with an emphasis on small batch production.
Shop in person or online at hyperboleny.com
Stop by Banks Square for coffeehouse for art, coffee, tea, delicious snacks, incredible craft beer and live music!
A gorgeous, multi-use, indoor and outdoor event space.
Trax Espresso Bar and Coffee Roasters are a micro-batch artisan coffee roaster located in Beacon, NY. We have one single goal in mind. To bring you the best coffee experience possible. We roast all of our coffee in small batches right here in Beacon and take great care in bringing you the best!
A glass studio casting functional and sculptural objects for over 34 years.
John and Wendy Gilvey, Michael Benzer and Jennifer Smith founded Hudson Beach Glass in 1987. Our main studio is located in a renovated ice house in the Hudson Valley of New York state. In 2003, we opened our gallery and glass blowing demonstration studio on Main Street in Beacon, NY.
River Valley Guild was established in 2020 as a multi-disciplinary creative collective, supporting artists in the physical and digital realm. We uphold a wholistic view on the arts, and believe art and creativity exist in all things and should be celebrated accordingly.
The Guild is both a platform and a resource for creatives, makers, artists, and purveyors of the arts. RVG facilitates local arts-focused events, collaborations, and relationships.
Our community and events span the entire Hudson River Valley region of New York State, which is where we seek to strengthen the creative community, resources and connections.
Ethan Cohen Gallery has represented both emerging and internationally renowned artists for over thirty years. Many of the emerging artists have now become household names. The gallery occupies a distinct place in contemporary art as a center of innovation across disciplines and countries. It serves artists and clientele through global art fairs, curatorial projects with top institutions, and as a center for seminal cultural events. Today Ethan Cohen Gallery has two gallery locations, one in Chelsea in the heart of New York City and the other in The Kube Art Center in Beacon, New York.
The Ethan Cohen gallery was first founded in 1987 as Art Waves/Ethan Cohen in SoHo, New York City. A groundbreaker in the field of contemporary Chinese art, Ethan Cohen was the first gallerist to present the Chinese Avant-Garde of the 1980s to the United States.
Ethan Cohen Gallery today represents a diverse global mix of contemporary and postwar contemporary art, with a continuing focus on emerging as well as established artists.
Ethan Cohen advises private, public, and corporate clients and is a certified appraiser with the Appraisers Association of America, specializing in contemporary Asian art and contemporary African art.
LotusWorks is a cross-disciplinary, multi-use art space in Beacon, NY founded by Visual Artist Aaron Loray Sanders and Performing Artist Skyla Schreter.
LotusWorks is at once a physical space - offering studio space for artist residencies, rentals and events - as well as a greater hub for all things creative. It's prime location on Beacon's bustling Main Street hosts multi-disciplinary gallery exhibits from Founders Skyla & Aaron, as well as featured work from rotating Artists-In-Residence from the Hudson Valley and NYC. In addition to its modular use as a gallery, studio and event space, LotusWorks is the headquarters for several creative projects: LW At Home - a bespoke design label offering affordable access to custom interior design paintings, and LW Productions - an in-house production company producing multi-disciplinary arts performances & events as well as digital media services.