AFS at The Sandy Hill Arts Center Wraps Monday, October 10th!
The Adirondack Folk School “Adirondack Craft Exhibit” at the Sandy Hill Arts Center (SHAC) is wrapping up soon. If you have not had a chance to see this uniquely AFS exhibit, now is your chance. Nearly 60 handcrafted items are on display in their 3rd floor gallery, located at 216 Main Street, Hudson Falls, NY. This one of a kind exhibit has items from our talented artisan-instructors alongside some of our students. This exhibit really illustrates the talent of our instructors – as artisans in their own right as well as how well they pass along the craft they love to their students by the quality of pieces on display.
Check out this video of the exhibit HERE.
The AFS exhibit at the Sandy Hill Arts Center is open daily through October 10th from noon until 5 pm daily and is free to the public.
The SOLO PROJECT at Tahawus Center
Opportunities for Teens and up, at Cloudsplitter Dance Studio.
Professional choreography for advanced dancers . Planning ahead! Book a 6-session dance project.
Each project can be individually scheduled over 2-6 weeks – fall, winter, spring. Ready for auditions? Do you want to learn RKB repertory? Desire more performance training? Preparing a college application? or just seeking opportunities in high-end training? Or you can craft your own solo under Kelly’s guidance – plus opportunity to show your work in an Open Studio Presentation.
LEARN Rebecca Kelly Ballet (pointe and soft slipper solos)
Repertory Solos: Desire, Winter (from Adk Elemental), Rising Into Light, Jibun Jishin
Spice Suite Solos; Cinnamon, Ginger, Mint
Nutcracker Solos: Arabian, Snow, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Dew Drop, Marzipan
For details, please contact: Rebecca Kelly. RKBallet@gmail.com 646-734-0703
Tahawus Center, 14234 Rt 9N (Main St.) Au Sable Forks
NorthWind Fine Arts Featured October Exhibit
NorthWind Fine Arts is pleased to present “Moments in Time“ as our October exhibit featuring photographer Russ Hartung and fine art painter Mary Woodcock Johnson.
Meet the artists!
Russ: Sitting October 10, 14
Mary: Sitting October 5, 8, 19
Details are HERE.
The gallery is located at 85 Main Street in Saranac Lake, NY. Gallery hours are daily, 10-4.
LARAC Annual Juried Show
SHOW VII : Lost in Time and Space
Opening Reception: Friday, October 7th, 5-7 pm
Show Dates: October 7th – November 2nd
Juror: Diane Swanson
Lower Adirondack Regional Arts, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls
Annual Tupper Lake Plein Air Festival Returns
Tupper Arts, in association with ADK Action, announces the return of the Tupper Lake Plein Air Festival, now entering its fourth year. This annual festival invites artists from the North Country and beyond to immerse themselves in the town and surrounding wilderness of Tupper Lake in the Fall. The result is a collection of beautiful one-of-a-kind artwork highlighting Tupper Lake in all its glory from fresh artistic perspectives.
This year’s festival is occurring from Wednesday, October 5 thorough Sunday, October 9, with painting of the lakes, mountains, and town happening Wednesday through Friday. Saturday and Sunday mark the beginning of the Show & Sale part of the Plein Air Festival, kicking off with a public Opening Reception at Tupper Arts on Friday, October 7 from 6 to 8 pm, during which artists and the public will get their first glimpse of the completed gallery. Judging to decide First, Second, and Third places, along with the People’s Choice Award, will take place Saturday morning, followed by a public Brunch with the Artists at 10 am, after which all winners will be announced.
More information is HERE.
Tupper Arts, 106 Park Street, Tupper Lake
Fall Lecture Series – Aaron Mair
October 1, 2 – 3 pm, $5
Mair is the director of the Forever Adirondacks campaign of the Adirondack Council. He is a retired New York State Department of Health epidemiological-spatial analyst and Environmental Justice pioneer and was the 57th president of the nation’s oldest and largest environmental organization, the Sierra Club.
Read more HERE.
Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths
Warren County Historical Society Seeks Memories for Upcoming Book
The Warren County Historical Society (WCHS) is continuing to accept submissions through the end of the year for its historical memoirs project. The finished book will be published in 2023.
Dozens of writers of all ages from around the region and around the country have contributed to the project with interesting and
heartwarming stories of living in, or visiting, Warren County. Recollections of life on the farm and in the mountains, schools, church activities, fun at Lake George, shopping trips to downtown Glens Falls, and more are intermingled with heartfelt coming-of-age tales and personal anecdotes that savor the individual writer’s voice” and document life in the county over the past two centuries. Warren County Voices captures the nostalgia of the past with glimpses into the future
through generational memories of both residents and visitors.
Those interested are asked to submit their memories in a Word document format to email@example.com by December 31. Stories should preferably be one to
five pages, with photo, if desired. Writing and editing support will be provided by the WCHS.
2022 Quilts Unlimited Exhibition
Saturday, October 1 to Saturday, December 3, 2022
This year’s juried exhibition will feature quilts created by some of the country’s finest quilters and fiber artists working today. The quilts on display demonstrate a range of techniques and designs from traditional quilting to contemporary art quilts. Each stunning quilt reflects the artist’s commitment to design, creativity and skill. The result is an extraordinary exhibition of quilts.
More information HERE.
View Center for Arts and Culture, 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge