Our editor here at WAG, Georgette Gouveia, recently shared that Westchester artist Marcy B. Freedman will be curating “Ups and Downs,” which opens July 14 and continues through Aug. 25 at the Blue Door Gallery in Yonkers.

Well, Freedman – featured in the October issue of WAG – has another project that will debut before that.

Freedman will be one of more than 100 artists and performers taking part in the 15th annual Peekskill Open Studios, set for June 2 and 3. Presented by the Peekskill Arts Alliance, the event will include both guided and unguided (grab a map) tours of the city. You’ll have the chance to visit more than 40 artists in their studios, see the work of dozens of others exhibiting outdoors in the Artists’ District and catch some live performances.

Freedman will welcome visitors to Studio 203 at 1006 Brown St. from noon to 5 p.m. both days. And in honor of the weekend, Freedman and Gene Panczenko – known as GeneFree – will present a free public screening of their new video project, “What’s wrong with this picture?” The humorous work will be shown continuously from 1 to 5 p.m. June 3 at the Energy Movement Center, at 925 South St.

For more details on open studios, visit peekskillartsalliance.openstudio.blogspot.com or artalongthehudson.com.

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