The Art Effect empowers young people to develop their creative voice to shape their futures and bring about positive social change.
Dynamic programming combines both visual art and media art in immersive, experiential courses that allow children to experience, explore and excel in the arts.
The Art Effect hosts numerous annual events. Learn more about each event, or visit the calendar for on-going classes, workshops, exhibitions, and more.
For ways to get involved and stay connected email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-471-7477.
From hiring professional artists and teachers to providing real-life opportunities for students to create art and media projects, we work with you to serve an authentic purpose in our community.
Your support makes it possible for us to continue offering high-quality arts programs to young people in the Hudson Valley. Thank you!
November – The Art Effect Releases 2020 Annual Report and End of Year Campaign: Building Stronger CommunitiesJuly – The Art Effect Presents Art After Dark on Friday, October 22ndMay – The Art Effect Offers In-Person Summer Art Institute This SummerMay – The Art Effect Receives $100,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the ArtsMay – The Art Effect To Participate in Hudson Valley Gives Day on May 19, 2021May – Up Close and Personal International Juried Exhibition Opens in Poughkeepsie This WeekMarch – The Art Effect Hosts Reel Exposure International Teen Film and Photography Festival This April!March – The Art Effect Announces Affiliation with Barrett Art Center to Expand Youth and Community Opportunities in the Arts in PoughkeepsieFebruary – The Art Effect Offers In-Person Summer Programming for Ages 5-19February – The Art Effect Announces New International Exhibition Series and Permanent Management of the Trolley Barn GalleryFebruary – The Art Effect to Receive $20,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
November – The Art Effect Announces An Interactive Extravaganza Virtual Gala, Art Show, and AuctionOctober – The Art Effect Presents Annual Regional Portfolio Week, November 2 – 5October – Black Lives Matter Planter Sculptures Unveiled on Rose Street, PoughkeepsieSeptember – The Art Effect Takes Over As New Conductor of The Poughkeepsie Trolley Barn GalleryAugust – Providing Youth with Social and Creative Outlets at The Art Effect This FallJuly – The Art Effect Congratulates Our 2020 Congressional Art Award WinnersJuly – The Art Effect Releases 2019 Annual Report Celebrating Two Years Since MergerJune – Dutchess Arts Camps Nurture Creativity and FriendshipMay – The Art Effect Offers Summer Programming for Ages 4-19May – The Art Effect’s Graduating Seniors Are College-Bound with ScholarshipsApril – The Art Effect’s The Reel Exposure International Teen Film & Photo Festival Goes Virtual!April – The Art Effect is Amplifying the Creative Voices of Young PeopleMarch – Virtual Screenwriting + Sculpture Bootcamp Paid Work Opportunities For Dutchess County Youth
April – The Art Effect Celebrates Inaugural Year with 2018 Annual ReportMarch – The Art Effect Presents the Reel Expressions International Film Festival – Free for Under 21March – The Art Effect Receives Poughkeepsie Awesome Foundation Grant for Youth Photography CompetitionFebruary – The Art Effect Teen Artists Receive Over 70 Regional Scholastic AwardsJanuary – The Art Effect Presents Art After Hours: Teen Visions at Poughkeepsie Trolley Barn
December – The Art Effect Receives New York State Pollution Prevention Institute Community GrantNovember – The Art Effect Presents the 18th Annual Regional Portfolio DaySeptember – Michael J. Quinn, Niki Pagones Quinn, Breanna Lee Nussbickel, and Amina Kearney Honored at Art After DarkAugust – The Art Effect Presents: The First Annual Art After Dark on Tuesday, September 25thJune – Local Library Receives NEA Big Read Grant, Supporting Media ProgrammingJune – Dutchess Arts Camp Appoints New Millbrook DirectorMay – The Art Effect Presents Reel Expressions International Teen Film Festival – Free for Under 21
March – Thomas W. Barrett, Jr. archive collection has moved to the Poughkeepsie Public LibraryJune – Youth Created Public Art Mural Unveiled at Walkway Over The HudsonOctober — Poughkeepsie Youth Take Over The City With PKX Arts Festival and Mayor Proclaims PKX Day
45 PERSHING AVENUEPOUGHKEEPSIE, NY email@example.com
Website development is made possible, in part, through funding from the County of Dutchess and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.