The Lace Mill
"Where Artists Live." 

Welcome To

The Lace Mill!

The Lace Mill Arts Council exists to provide an outlet for artists, musicians, & performers while promoting the best events for our community & beyond.


Figure Drawing Sundays!

Figure Drawing & Painting Session with a Live Model

 Every Sunday 6pm - 9pm


This Month!

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May 4th through May 26 

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Sunday, May 19 at 4pm in the East Gallery



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June 1 through June 30th, 2024 in The West and Main Galleries

Ron DeNitto

"Life and art serve each other. Ideally, living leads to art and art back to a fuller appreciation of life. I think this is true for the artist as creator and the audience as artist as well...The challenge of creativity is there for everyone whatever their profession or walk of life. That is, to put things together in a new and more meaningful way."

Ronald DeNitto is a product of New York City. He attended The High School of Music and Art; The Art Students League, where he studied with Yasuo Kuniyoshi; and Queens College, where he studied with John Ferren. He also studied in California at The Chouinard Art Institute and at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. He presently lives in the Hudson Valley where he has exhibited widely as he has throughout the country. In New York City he was represented by the Sindin Galleries. His work is in both private and corporate collections here and abroad.

 



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Saturday June 8, 2024

 2 pm to 3 pm in the East Gallery 

Pauline Mancuso, flute and Peter Mancuso, piano perform from Domenico Scarlatti, Johannes Brahms, Fredric Chopin, and more.


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June 29, 2024 6:30 pm-8:30pm in The East Gallery

Pablo Shine

Music to please the listener and dancer alike! A mix of beautiful Jazz harmonies and the Afro-Caribbean rhythms, "Salsa meets Jazz!" 



                  

THE EAST GALLERY IS AVAILABLE FOR EVENTS TO MUSICIANS, DANCERS, THEATRE PERFORMERS & POETRY READERS:

                                         How it works:
A Suggested Donation of $20 is collected at the door by the Events Coordinator, who retains the first  $150.
All additional income goes to the performing artist/s. A $25 minimum donation to The Lace Mill Arts Council is encouraged.
The East Gallery has basic lighting and the acoustics are very lively due to brick walls and a marble floor, 60 chairs that can be brought out for seating, and a grand piano is available to use. The Lace Mill can provide a PA system with amps & mics.
Seating is available at ground level and on the mezzanine balcony.
For further information fill out and send the form below or    email the Events Coordinator: charles@charlesdennis.net
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Donations will be tax deductible & available with online services such as Cash App, PayPal, & Venmo.

Will be launching online donations soon. Check this website for future updates.