February 23, 2022 | HudsonValley360
The Chatham Public Library, 11 Woodbridge Ave., Chatham, announces the following programs and events during March. For information, visit chathampubliclibrary.org.
January 17, 2022 | The New York Times
CHATHAM, N.Y. — There is nothing less avant-garde than a dog. Put one onstage and the artiest notions immediately dissolve into Instagram moments.
Or at least that was my experience with a play called “The Art of Theater,” running through Sunday on a double bill with one called “With My Own Hands” at PS21 in this Hudson Valley town. “The Art of Theater” stars Jim Fletcher — a stalwart of the New York avant-garde scene — and Delia, a local newcomer best known (according to her owners) as “a smart if goofy black Labbish sort of beast.”
December 28, 2021 | Times Union
From snowshoeing to shopping: 12 things to do, see, and eat on a day trip to Chatham. A small town with big-city ideals, Chatham is no stranger to reinvention — or to under-the-radar gems for outdoor recreation, dining, and culture. Bucolic, quietly charismatic, and multifaceted, this five-towns-in-one destination (North Chatham, Old Chatham, East Chatham, Chatham Center, and the Village of Chatham) has been drawing visitors for hundreds of years.
December 29, 2021 | HudsonValley360.com
CHATHAM – The Chatham Public Library, 11 Woodbridge Avenue, Chatham, announces the January 2022 programs. For information, call 518-392-3666. The library will be closed on January 1 for New Year’s Day and January 17 for Martin Luther King Day. Please note, in doing its part to curb a post-holiday pandemic surge, the library will not be hosting in-person programs between December 27 and January 9. In-person programs will return to their regular schedule starting January 10.
November 30, 2021 | HudsonValley360.com
December programs at the Chatham Public Library, 11 Woodbridge Avenue, Chatham. For information, call 518-392-3666.
November 30, 2021 | The Berkshire Eagle
The winning films and a selection of other submissions to the Bridging Divides, Healing Communities Youth Film Challenge will be screened at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Crandell Theatre, and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Daniel Arts Center, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, Great Barrington, Mass. The screenings will be followed by a panel discussion and question and answer session.
November 12, 2021 | Times Union
CHATHAM – A Columbia County arts center and sculpture park plans to develop a new 190-acre site to host permanent installations of artists’ works.
Up to 18 artists would create their own enclosed “pavilions” that would eventually serve as galleries for their works, giving them the ability to design the space for their pieces from the ground up. The structures, which can be up to 5,900 square feet, would dot the landscape in a rural area of northern Columbia County.
October 27, 2021 | HudsonValley360
The Chatham Public Library, 11 Woodbridge Ave., Chatham, announces the following programs in November. For information, call 518-392-3666. The Library will be closed Nov. 11 for Veterans Day and Nov. 25 and Nov. 26 for the Thanksgiving Holiday, closing early at 5 p.m. on Nov. 24.
October 18, 2021 | WAMC.org
FilmColumbia, Columbia County’s premier annual cultural event, will return, October 22-31, after last year’s hiatus due to the pandemic. The 10-day festival in Chatham, NY, will present world-class independent and international features and documentaries, plus post-screening Q&As with directors and special tributes, all presented by The Crandell Theatre.
October 5, 2021 | TheBerkshireEdge
FilmColumbia will return, October 22–31, after last year’s hiatus due to the pandemic. The 10-day festival in Chatham, New York, will present world-class independent and international features and documentaries, along with post-screening Q&As with directors, and special tributes, all presented by The Crandell Theatre.
The number of films, nearly 40 this year, is slightly reduced from previous years to accommodate added health and safety measures, including proof of vaccination for all attendees and staff, required mask-wearing indoors at all times, reduced seating capacity at the Crandell, and the use of only one primary venue for festival events. Additionally, the festival will implement an individual ticketing system and, therefore, no festival passes will be offered this year. The annual pre-festival benefit reception has been cancelled, as well.