SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2018
DOORS: 7:00 PM
MUSIC: 7:30 PM
SUGGESTED DONATION $15
PAY AT THE DOOR
TILLY FOSTER presents a modern twist on the bluegrass/Americana world with original compositions that meld an eclectic array of styles. The band members, inspired by a modern fusion ranging from Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and even punk rock legends like The Clash, have been attracting lots of notice while staying true to the bluegrass sound. The band's shows are non-stop fun and high energy and guaranteed to get the crowd singing and dancing through the final set.
In 2012 we started "Live at The Upstream," a music series bringing the Rivertowns' Art and Music communities closer together.
We program live music, from rock to jazz to classical. We thank all the artists in these communities who have made the series
such a success.
THIRD THURSDAY ART TALK
November 15, 7:30 pm
will speak and show works by Andre Kertész
Robert Gurbo is curator of the Estate of André Kertész and the André and Elizabeth Kertész Foundation. As a young photographer himself, Gurbo began working for André Kertész in the late 1970’s, creating a storage system for his negative and print archive, making slides for
lectures, as well as building furniture to house Kertész’s growing library. Gurbo even printed for Kertész occasionally. After Kertész’s passing in 1985, his estate hired Gurbo to inventory the entire archive and organize his negatives and correspondence for transfer to the French Ministry of Culture. In 1987, Gurbo was appointed curator. In this role, he has organized and curated exhibitions, contributed essays to numerous catalogues, and collaborated with many museums, institutions and galleries.
Self-Portrait, Paris, 1926, Copyright Courtesy of the Estate of Andre Kertész © 2018 All Rights Reserved.
Open Thursday through Sunday, 12:30 - 5:30 pm. (914) 674-8548 Copyright 2015, Upstream Gallery and respective artists, all rights reserved