The Seligmann Center hosts an Irish gathering of music, poetry and art on Dec. 10
Bruthalithic Sequence by Greg Slick depicts Irish archaeological sites.
SUGAR LOAF — The Seligmann Center at the Citizens Foundation will host "Old Bones and Broken Stones: A Prehistoric Seisiún" this Sunday, Dec. 10, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. A seisiún is an informal Irish gathering of music and community. This modern take on the tradition blends contemporary approaches to art with historic Celtic themes. This coming Sunday, celebrate the culture, experience new works by regional artists and view our solo exhibition by artist Greg Slick before it's closing date. ArtistsSeán Monagle, who will read a selection of poems by Seamus Heaney Monagle is a poet, translator, playwright and librettist. His abiding joys are literature, the visual arts, music and dance. Reared and educated in New Mexico, he now lives in Beacon. Greg Slick's drawings depict Irish archaeological sites. Slick is an artist and independent curator who lives and works in Beacon. He has exhibited in New York City as well as internationally. Most recently, his work was featured in Fieldwork, a solo exhibition at Matteawan Gallery in Beacon. The Wild Irish Roses playing traditional Irish music. The group is made up of the Rose family—mom, dad and eight children—and Scott Benson on uilleann pipes and tin whistle. They have performed throughout the Hudson Valley, most notably at the Ulster County AOH Hooley in Kingston and the Rosendale Street Festival. Their most recent recording is Fill Yer Boots, Man. To be part of the efforts to collect Kurt Seligmann's paintings, prints and papers and to support programming, you can make a tax-deductible donation. To donate by check, make the check payable to the "Orange County Citizens Foundation." Please mail the check to The Seligmann Center, PO Box 525, Sugar Loaf, New York 10981. The Seligmann Center at the Citizens Foundation is located at 23 White Oak Drive in Chester. For additional information, call 845-469-9459, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit online at kurtseligmann.org.