The Haverstraw RiverArts mascot "Blue Heron" sculpture by Doris Laughton-Smith and Joan Harmon greats visitors to the entrance of Emeline Park, Haverstraw, NY
Visitors boarding the schooner Pioneer
South Street Seaport's schooner Pioneer in Emeline Park, Haverstraw, NY
John Murray sculpture
John Murray sculpture
Visitors viewing John Murray's sculpture; a work in progress during our Juried Live Art Event.
Sculpture by artist team: Kerri Lee Green and Eileen Leith
Sculpture by Kerri Lee Green and Eileen Leith
visitors gathering around a sculpture by Eileen Leith and Kerri Lee Green
Haverstraw RiverArts committee member Rachel Rohr adding a piece to this interactive sculpture created by Eileen Leith and Kerri Lee Green
Brick sculpture by Jack Burger, Patricia Catanzaro and Paula Madawick during the Live Sculpture Event
Sculpture by Jack Burger, Patricia Catanzaro and Paula Madawick
Sculpture by Gabrielle Burger and Jeffrey Dietz
Permanent sculpture by Ted Ludwiczak, entitled "Hendrik."
Blues and Jazz singer, Blind Boy Paxton
Blind Boy Paxton
Blind Boy Paxton and Magdalena Truchan
Singer Foday Musa Suso
Foday Musa Suso
Brooklyn brass band Underground Horns
Trombone player Mark Nagy of Underground Horns
Okai Fleurimont of Underground Horns
Trumpet by Andrew McGovern and tuba by Harry Phillips of Underground Horns
Celtic rock band, Three Pints Shy
Three Pints Shy
Visitors strolling through the crafts section in Emeline Park, Haverstraw, NY
Tiles from the Community Tile Project
Participants of the Community Tile Project
Participant painting a tile of a ship in the Community Tile Project
Participants in the Tappan Zee Bridge Outreach Lego Project
Face painting by Jamie Baldwin Gaviola
Visitors in Emeline Park, Haverstraw, NY
Craft vendor April Saladino Jewelry designs
Craft vendor Lisa Medoff Jewelry
Crafts vendor Twisted Creativity Jewelry
Visitors listening to music
Visitor with her dog enjoying the Music Festival
Visitors at the festival
Dog friendly festival. Perfect day for a swim for dogs.
Shuttle bus dropping off a group of visitors for the Music Festival
Visitor of the Haverstraw RiverArts Music Festival
Visitor listening to Blind Boy Paxton
Jay Hood canon dedication overlooking the schooner Pioneer. Photo by Joe Coe
Fan of Underground Horns
The end of a beautiful day in Emeline Park, Haverstraw, NY. Sculpture by Gabrielle Burger and Jeff Dietz
Looks like someone is happy to play with their new puppet purchased from one of our craft vendors
Haverstraw Riverwide Arts empowers this Hudson Valley community and beyond to create and envision art that transforms spaces, encourages cross-cultural dialog, and fosters community. By developing unique and impactful projects and programs, Haverstraw Riverwide Arts strives to inspire area residents and visitors alike to join in celebrating the Village of Haverstraw’s rich heritage and breathtaking resources.
We believe that all people should have access to quality art, music, performances and education regardless of age, race, sexual orientation/gender identity or financial status.
Haverstraw Riverwide Arts is a NY State registered not-for-profit corporation and has been granted 501 (c)3 charitable status by the IRS. Your donations are therefore tax deductible to the greatest extent permitted by law.