Under the umbrella of Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a nonprofit organization that combines supportive housing and the arts, Ann Street Gallery presents contemporary art through exhibitions and programming that create new opportunities for education and immersion in the arts in Newburgh.

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

We strive to host inclusive, accessible programs that enable all individuals to engage fully. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact the Gallery at annstreetgallery@safe-harbors.org.

Ann Street Gallery
104 Ann Street Newburgh NY 12550
(845) 784 1146


Ann Street Gallery is temporarily closed for construction and planning.
Please check back and follow us on social media @annstreetgallery for updates on our summer show opening mid-June and our Emerging Artist Fellowship open call announcement at the end of April.


The Open Reading Room & Media Space is a space focused on artist books & ephemera, art and culture books, and other cultural media that is accessible and free to the public during Gallery open hours. The space also accommodates sound and video installations.

1x1x1 is ann street gallery’s series featuring one artist, one work, for one month in the Gallery window. 1x1x1 aims to be a nimble platform giving artists experimental space for solo exhibitions.

The Emerging Artist Fellowship aims to provide local emerging artists–with a focus on those identifying as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color (BIPOC) a supportive framework for experimental and substantive growth.


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Alison McNulty

From the Ground UP programming is sponsored by a Humanities New York Vision Grant and a Humanities New York Action Grant. Ann Street Gallery programming is made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, The M&T Charitable Foundation, and the Dominican Sisters of Hope Ministry Fund.