Below are some of the fun past events we’ve held with Imagination Station students. For more recent events, check out our Facebook Page.
What: The Red Hook Chocolate Festival
When: Nov 2nd, 1:00-3:00pm, 2014
Where: Our Chocolate Factory Studio
Join us to draw some manga, anime, comics and cartoons about chocolate. Or paint a yummy piece. Or form a deliciously sweet sculpture. Just drop by anytime between 1 and 3pm!
Where: North Wing Entrance Area
When: MARCH 1-31, 2014
What: Student Horse Paintings!
We’ll be exhibiting student works of Horse Paintings to celebrate the animal of the year (Asian Zodiac/Calendar). Younger students PreK-2nd grade. Whimsical pieces decorate the lobby area of the North Wing at The Chocolate Factory, where the iStation Studios has been now for approximately 12 years! IS was established in Red Hook now for 14 years, so next year will mark a big one for us, for sure!
What: Young Students’ Horsce Paintings
Where: Starr Library in Rhinebeck
When: March 1st – 8th, 2014
Reception: March 1st, 4-5pm, at Starr Library with Brooke Stevens, Director.
To celebrate the Asian calendar “Year of the Horse”, art students at Imagination Station have created paintings of this beloved free-spirited animal. From a majestic cloak wearing horse to one soaring in the atmosphere beyond, the show at The Starr Library in Rhinebeck exhibits the wide range of students interpretations. The reception for the students is scheduled for March 1, Saturday 4-5pm. This exhibition showcases the artworks of the studio’s students in 3rd-10th grade.
When: Dec 15th – 30th, 2013
Where: Enchanted Cafe in the Village of Red Hook
Reception: Dec 22nd, 10am-12 noon: Our Opening for this Fox Painting Show. Refreshments to be served, so hoping you can join us for the celebration.
We’re so pleased to have our Fox Paintings featured at The Enchanted Cafe. Coincidentally, owner Joe Moscato surprised us by telling us how this was meant to be. This is in fact his animal spirit, and he is delighted to be surrounded by such beautiful paintings of a creature he so identifies with, especially around the holidays!
Many of the viewers have commented on how different the paintings are from each other and every piece has it’s own charm. What better place than our foxes to be seen but at The Enchanted Cafe! Joe decorates the cozy intimate interior with beautiful authentic tree trunks, so this is beginning to look a lot like a magical forest with beautiful animals roaming about …quite like living in the paintings themselves!
December 1st and we are getting into the spirit of the holidays in preparation for Sinterklaas. The parade is Saturday the 7th and Jeanne Fleming, Director of the event would like us to join her as we plan. All our fox lanterns are in the making and from our little preK students with parents to our older Middle Schoolers…see you there at our usual meeting spot. Dress warmly as we advise each year and get there early to secure a place to park your vehicle.