Traditional Local Music Camps
The Carey Institute partners with a wide range of artists and traditional folklorists who pursue the important work of cultural preservation on our campus. Since 2015, we have hosted traditional musicians in partnership with: The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival; the Mountain Music Project, a musical odyssey from Appalachia to Himalaya; and, Old Songs’ “Down with Rent,” a performance of songs and stories written by anti-rent protesters in the 1840s.
June Featured Artist: K. Velis Turan June 1 – June 30, 2019 Guggenheim Gallery, 63 Huyck Rd, Rensselaerville, NY K. Velis Turan (b. Washington, D.C.) is a mixed media fiber artist living and working in the Hudson Valley region of New York. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and interna-tionally. Her focus, whether realistic or abstract, […]
8th annual festival features suffragette themed concerts open to the public on Pay What You Wish basisRensselaerville, N.Y.— The Carey Institute for Global Good is proud to announce the eighth annual edition of the Catskills High Peaks Music Festival, “Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman” taking place August 6 though 17. A joint presentation of the Carey […]