If you've been wondering where the heat in the valley's been coming from these past weeks, look no further than Poughkeepsie's GAS on Main Street, where Cuban-born artist Jose Acosta has supplemented a show of his own brightly-colored and imaginatively textured sculptural wall works and paintings with a recent concert of his native island's music and dance. He has also filled the great little collective gallery's back room with works from his family's collection of contemporary Cuban art and Acosta's fellow GAS artists. Speaking of the latter, GAS artist Michael Asbill's epic lenticular works at the Poughkeepsie Train Station, which juxtapose past and present scenes from the city's history, is about to need a new home. Metro North will be starting a massive renovation of the station's interior and has no interest in putting them back up, according to the personable artist and educator. For more on Asbill's lenticulars, contact the artist by e-mailing email@example.com. For more on the GAS show, including its weekends-only hours, call (845) 486-4592 or visit www.galleryandstudio.org.