Arts & Entertainment in the Catskills


Artists of all disciplines, from painters and sculptors to musicians, dancers, writers and actors, have long been attracted to the creative energy of the Catskills. Inspired by the beauty and welcoming culture, artists enrich our communities with their imagination and passion.

Select performing arts venues:

Walton Theatre


A historic movie theatre that shows first-run and classic movies, also offering coffee house, live shows and an art museum.

Franklin Stage Company


Franklin Stage Company’s dual mission is to produce professional, admission-free theater that brings together audiences and artists to create community and celebrate the enduring power of stories.

Doctorow Center for the Arts



Home to the Mountain Cinema, a three-screen cinema showing mainstream, family, independent and foreign films, the CMF Piano Performance Museum, and the intimate Evelyn Weisberg Concert Hall which presents family-friendly and cutting edge performances in dance, theater and music.

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts


Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, National Register Woodstock Music Festival site. Known for music events and the historic 1960s Woodstock Museum, both on 800+ acres of scenic country hills.

Fenimore Art Museum



Fenimore Art Museum is dedicated to welcoming and connecting people to our shared cultural heritage through exhibitions and programs that engage, delight and inspire.

Roxbury Arts Group

Roxbury and Stamford


Roxbury Arts Group is a non-profit multi-arts organization dedicated to making the arts an integral part of the life of all segments of our Catskill communities by offering public performances, exhibitions, workshops, classes, presentations and demonstrations for both adults and children.

Delaware Valley Arts Alliance



Giving artists platforms to share their voice, whether in our galleries, on the stages, or at our festivals.


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