Safe Harbor’s Ann Street Gallery presents contemporary art through exhibitions and programming which create new opportunities for education and immersion in the arts in Newburgh.

Ann Street Gallery’s mission is to provide innovative exhibitions, events and programs that seek to increase arts literacy and appreciation by engaging community and promoting forward thinking, socially responsive, and under-represented positions in contemporary practice.

Ann Street Gallery serves as a locus for Newburgh’s arts and cultural landscape, located in downtown Newburgh, a neighborhood of shops, restaurants, artist studios, and historic fabric—a short walk to the Newburgh waterfront and a ferry ride across the Hudson River to MTA rail with connections to NYC.

Ann Street Gallery is situated in the heart of Mid-Hudson surrounded by world-class art venues such as Dia: Beacon, Storm King Art Center, Magazzino, Hessel Museum, as well as exceptional galleries, residencies, and studios.

Under the umbrella of Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a nonprofit organization that combines supportive housing and the arts, the gallery serves as a venue supporting both emerging and established artists through a highly respected exhibition program paralleled with community programs. With fresh vision in 2021, the gallery aims to be a platform for engaging in new experiences and conversations around art.

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Donations provide crucial general operating support which enables the Ann Street Gallery to offer and expand its exhibitions, programs, public workshops and events. Please help support the gallery today!


Ann Street Gallery 2024 exhibitions and programming are made possible with support from Humanities New York, the Dominican Sisters of Hope Ministry Fund, and The M&T Charitable Foundation. The 2024 Emerging Artist Fellowship is supported, in part, by the TD Charitable Foundation. The 2024 Fellowship is also made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson. 

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