RHCAN Artists Collective Spring Show!

Opening Reception: Friday, April 1, 5-7 pm
All are welcome! Please join us.

Image above ‘B to Z’ by Amber Haque

Click here for a complete list of participating artists.

We still have a couple spaces for rent in the gallery to exhibiting artists: $60-100/month. Artists pay no commission, but rent the space on a year’s lease, with an afternoon of gallery sitting required per month.  Email for details.


The new Artists’ Collective has filled the RHCAN  Gallery with art, and will be showing on a continuing schedule:

Saturday afternoons, 12:00-5:00 pm
Weekdays by chance and appointment.

There are paintings in all media, drawings and photography, in a wide range of styles and prices.  Please support your local artists!

Join us for an Opening Reception:
Friday, January 29, 5:00-7:00pm
Live music!  New artists!  Refreshments!
7516 N. Broadway, Red Hook, NY

New & exciting changes at RHCAN…

Things are changing shape at RHCAN!  

Our Dog Dayz Pop-Up Arts weekend at the historic St. Margaret’s Home in late August was a great success.  The old building came to life with art, music and performance, and the community was happy to have an opportunity to view the house.  Ulster Savings Bank, RH Chamber of Commerce and Stewart’s Shops have our thanks for their financial support.

RHCAN has decided to embrace the pop-up format for presenting visual and performing arts for the near future.  These pop-ups will be curated quickly into unused and donated spaces as time allows, and celebrate the excitement and immediacy of new ideas and places.  If anyone in the community has an art exhibit, performance or workshop that they would like to produce, RHCAN can help with organization and publicity, and possibly the place and a little financial help.

The RHCAN gallery at 7516 N. Broadway will not be producing art shows for community use next year, but has rented exhibit space to several artists on a yearly basis, and will continue as the RHCAN Artists Collective.  Workshops, meetings and events for RHCAN will still be able to use the gallery space.

Here is other gallery news:  November and December exhibits in the RHCAN Gallery include a photography exhibit by a Bard international student and a holiday makers show, by Etsy members.

–RHCAN Steering Committee