DIA Beacon

Dated: November 1 2022

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Dia Beacon, part of the Dia Foundation's family of locations, is easily one of the amazing ways to spend a day in the Hudson Valley. Located in an old Nabisco box printing facility, Dia Beacon has both a permanent collection, and temporary exhibitions. In addition the artwork, the center hosts regular community events, dance concerts, gallery talks, and educational programs. At 16,000 square feet, it is one of the largest centers of its kind in the country.  

 Want to learn more or plan your visit? Head to Dia Beacon's site

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