Voting Rights: How Far Have We Come?

Introduction and conclusion by Megan Culbert. Story and research by Jim Shelley. Today, we honor Black History Month by remembering Jimmie Lee Jackson, a person who stood up for his beliefs during an incredibly volatile time in American… Read More

Legacy

At Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, legacy is a multifaceted term. It defines our unique place in history, characterizes the Sixties, and influences our not-for-profit mission to inspire, educate and empower through the arts and humanities. When… Read More

Rubber Soul

The Beatles album Rubber Soul, released in time for Christmas on December 6, 1965, became the Billboard #1 album on January 8, 1966 and remained there until February 18. When the Beatles had returned to the studio after their 1965… Read More

And Oh What a 10 Years it’s Been…

It’s hard to believe we will celebrate our 10th anniversary this year.  It all began on July 1, 2006 starting with 9 memorable performances and nearly 60,000 visitors. Today, with main stage performances, festivals, event gallery performances, education,… Read More

Welcome to WoodsTalk!

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts blog, WoodsTalk, is now open!   To say we are excited for the launch of this, would be an understatement. We believe that arts are critical to the strength of a community… Read More