True West will be performed at Green kill on Friday, September 29, 2017, 8 PM, a fitting memorial to the playwright, the late Sam Shepard. Suggested donation is $5 at door on Eventbrite. The actors are Jon Lee, Brett Owen, Dennis Carlo Patella, And Trish Hawkins and Stage Direction will be read by Gary Pinsky…
Ming Liu and Ami Madeline present the Singer-Songwriter Showcase: A Night of Original Music from NY-based Singer-songwriters, at Green Kill, featuring Ami Madeleine, Sandrine Burn, Lorkin O’Reilly and Kyle Miller, on Wednesday, August 30th at 8 PM. $5 at door or on Eventbrite.
Green Kill presents A Secret World of Beauty, an improvisational guitar performance by David McCarthy on Friday, September 8 at 8 PM. Suggested donation at the door is 5 dollars. Money will benefit David McCarthy and Green Kill.
The art of Lynne Stone. A work of art is a symbol; a word is a symbol of a different kind. My expression is through the visual, not with words. Each has its own way of symbolizing and neither can represent the other. So I cannot explain my work. It is itself. The Art of…
Wednesday, August 9, Full Walrus returns to Green Kill. Show starts 8 PM, Tickets are $7 at the door and can be purchased on Eventbrite. Joining Full Walrus will be Kyle and The pity Party, and Schmave.
Green Kill is very pleased to announce that Scott Michael Ackerman will hold a large show at Green Kill in September of 2017. The opening party will be on first Saturday, September 2 from 5 to 7 pm. Sharing the exhibition will artist Adam Pitt.
Green Kill together with the Women’s Studio Workshop hosts Water/Ways, the artwork of the 4th grade students of Harry L. Edson Elementary School and the 8th grade studies of the Studio Art Program at M. Clifford Miller Middle School made at the Women’s Studio Workshop.
Green Kill is very pleased to announce that Hudson Air Radio Theatre (We’re The Voices In your Head”) will present an original mystery radio show at Green Kill Art , July 28 at 8pm. Tickets are $20 and available at the door or on Eventbrite.
On Tuesday, July 12 and Wednesday, July 13, TSL-Kingston prestents the film classic TSL-Kingston presents Charlie Chaplin’s “Modern Times” at Green Kill starting 8 PM. Tickets $6 at door or on Eventbrite.
Patrice Lorenz has exhibited her work widely in alternative art spaces, established galleries, and museums since the 1980’s. Over the course of her career, Lorenz has worked side by side with other visual artists to deepen her sense of her own work, to explore new directions and to collaborate on creative projects. She has been…
Victoria Scott . Victoria Scott’s woods are a domestic idyll: trees, tilting ground and a studio clinging like a birdhouse to a sleep slope, another layer the soft curves of the western Catskills. Scattered about are more or less permanent easels; brightly painted perches. She works ceaselessly outdoors and indoors by a single window in…
Wayne Morris’s primary interest is with the human figure as he says, “Because it is us.” In recent years He has been working wth landscape as he says, “Because we live in it.” Mr. Morris has had several on-man shows and has exhibited in Pennsylvania and New York. He says, “My ideas for painting come…
Gary Mayer Solo Exhibition will be at Green Kill from July 1 to July 28, 2017. Gary Mayer has been creating very imaginative works in recent years. This who brings together is full range of his symbols and ideas which comprise his unique painting language. This will go down as one of the great shows…
Green Kill is excited to announce “TSL-Kingston,” a new film program in collaboration with Time & Space Limited (TSL), the innovative arts organization based in Hudson NY. Screening on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the series features films selected by TSL, which is well-known for presenting “hands down, the most adventurous, globe-spanning, indie film programming that’s offered…
Join poet Bruce Weber with guests singer Jennifer Lewis Bennett, poet Allison Koffler, poet Dayl Wise, and musicians Witman and Pantell on June 10, 2017 at 8 pm for Music and Words on a Late Spring Night.
Green Kill is pleased to announce an event in which performer Maria Sebastian and poet, Perry S. Nicholas from Buffalo will share the stage for a one night event on Saturday, July 22, 2017 from 8 to 9:30 at Green Kill.
We are pleased to announce that works of Karen Jelenfy will be on exhibit at Green Kill from October 1, 2017 until October 27, 2017. Karen Jelenfy is a painter living on the coast of Maine. Her work in drawing and painting is concerned with depicting memory and chaos.
On Tuesday May 9, Brent Felker will host an evening of dance films at Green Kill. Several examples of the genre will be shown moving from the lyrical to the narrative. Brent will facilitate a discussion about the films, techniques used and the genre as a whole.
The Star Mountainville Group in partnership with Green Kill presents, Three By Durang Sex and Longing, The Doctor Will See You Now, and The Hardy Boyson on Friday, May 12 at 8 PM and Saturday, May13 at 8 PM. $10 at door.
Controlled Enigma, and exhibition of SUNY New Paltz undergraduate and graduate sculpture students will be at Green Kill from May 1, 2017 to May 28, 2017 with an opening party for First Saturday, Kingston on Saturday, May 6 From 5 to 7 PM.
The Start Mountainville Group in partnership with Green Kill presented, Three By Tennessee Auto-da-Fé I, Can’t Imagine Tommorrow, Talk to me Like the Rain / Let Me Listen, on Friday, May 5, 2017 at 8 PM. $10 at door.
Green Kill is pleased to announce that Glenn Laszio Weiss’s play, In Walks Bud, a cosmic meeting etween jazz giants Thelonious Monk and Bud Powell, a reading performed on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 8 PM. Tickets are $10 at the door.
Doug Motel will be reading an original solo work We the People at Green Kill on Friday April 28, 2017 at 8 PM. Friday is our Stage at Green Kill, an evening dedicated to original plays and readings by established, student and outsider writers and actors.
On Saturday, April 15, 2017 between 7 and 9 pm, Stages, a very unique performance will be presented at Green Kill.In this collaborative work, artists Clara Diamond, Nina Isabelle, and Valerie Sharp portray the concept of Stage in all its forms.
Berkshire based artist William Clements studied printmaking at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois before heading to the New York Studio School to study sculpture. Drifting down to North Carolina, he worked with an experimental MFA program at Western Carolina University. After several years teaching and showing in North Carolina, Clements gave up his adjunct gigs…
Betty Ann Robbins Greenwald has been involved with creating visual images and sculptures most of her life. Her parents, both artists, put her in art classes from a very young age. As a teen she worked with established NYC artists, studying painting, and sculpture. At 15, Betty was carving stone. wood, and shaping clay, studying…
Joseph Zito was born in 1957 and lives and works in Brooklyn. He had exhibitions at Rosa Esman Gallery in 1988, 1989 and 1991, and has exhibited since that time at Lennon, Weinberg, most recently in 1997.
Ten Artists, Lynne Stone. A work of art is a symbol; a word is a symbol of a different kind. My expression is through the visual, not with words. Each has its own way of symbolizing and neither can represent the other. So I cannot explain my work. It is itself.
“Sol Invictus” brings together innovative art forms and includes light installations, digital art, video protections, painting and works on paper and offers an opportunity to experience contemporary art mediums and non-representational vocabulary. Immersive, experiential yet sublime this show breaths a refreshing take on art.
Phil Gammage is coming to Green Kill on October 29th. Phil Gammage is the consummate live performer, lyricist, singer, guitarist, and harmonica player who brings a unique depth and drama to music, playing original blues/americana.
October 23, at 7 PM, Theo Eastwind. Eastwind’s extraordinary voice and captivating songs have been compared to Jeff Buckley, David Gray, and Nick Drake. His guitar playing is raw, passionate, and loaded with heart and soul. Put all these elements together and you have the alchemical Theo Eastwind.
Friday, November 18 at 8 PM Hardc0re returns to DJ “Dance Night for Young People.” He will take his guests on a dance journey with his signature Electronic Dance Music which combines strong melodies and powerful and energetic bass.
Artist Nina Isabelle presents A hyperactive schizophrenic super-destroying maximalist art show that functions as homeopathic immersion therapy for highly sensitive people (HSP) and a lullaby for all others. Sound, video, performance, painting, photography, music, and sculpture are combined into a simultaneous experience in an attempt to exercise the human sensory input manifold.
“The Itsy Bitsy Biennale ” opening was held on July 16, 2016 at 6pm. The exhibition of almost 80 artists began accepting submissions in early June and closed on August 30, 2016. Please visit the “Artist” section of this site to see all the participating artists along with additional works by many of them.
Green Kill at 229 Greenkill Avenue in Kingston, New York introduced itself to the public with the defining art exhibition “Rebel, Rebel.” The show will open on Friday, March 18, 2016 from 6 PM to 8 PM. The rebels are the artists who stand alone, refusing to be easily classified; who are uncompromising, obstinately individual;…