Meet James Mcelhinney, Author, Painter, Traveler, Raconteur
Tuesday, November 15, 7 pm, online book talk with the “Sketchebook Traveler,” artist, educator, James McElhinney (Essex, NY).
Join Zoom Meeting HERE.
Meeting ID: 815 6878 9841, Passcode: 028207
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Pine Needle Basketry with Debbie Clinton
Tuesdays, November 29 & December 6
Join us for our first workshop here at the Chapman! We are hosting local artist Debbie Clinton who will guide participants through the process of making their own long leaf pine needle baskets.
This workshop will take place over two sessions. The first session will be Tuesday, November 29, 6-8 pm, and the second session will be on Tuesday, December 6, 6-8 pm.
A fee of $50/participant covers both sessions as well as the cost of all supplies. This workshop is limited to 5 participants so reserve your spot soon! Call (518)793-2826 by Tuesday, November 28 at 4pm to make a reservation.
Submissions for “Holiday Decoration & Tradition” Photo Exhibit
Artists are invited to submit artwork for our 2022 themed show, “Holiday Decoration and Tradition Photos.” We ask that you submit up to five 5×7” photos that interpret a holiday decoration or tradition personal to you or your family. All forms of holiday or cultural celebrations are welcome.
The final exhibited work will be selected by an independent juror. We have instituted jury fees for each show; $10 for non-partners, $5 for basic creative partners, and free for enhanced creative partners.
The deadline for this submission is November 28th.
More information or to submit photos HERE.
SLC Arts, 6 Raymond St, Potsdam
A Call for Outdoor Mural Proposals
“The Mural Project: A Sense of Place”
A Winter Call for Proposals opens for the year-long public art project: The Mural Project, “A Sense of Place,” using a trompe l’oeil ADK image – real, surreal, imagined.
The Call for Proposals begins in November 2022 reaching out to local landscape artists, or pairings with artists to submit their ideas, and sample work. For details, contact TahawusCenter@gmail.com.
The selected artist will receive a $2000 award for the winning design. An additional fee will cover the artist’s costs of scaling up. During the next phase, a crew will be assembled (combination of youth volunteers and skilled labor) under the direction of the artist, to assist in execution of the design on the prepared wall. And finally, upon completion, Tahawus will create a “ribbon cutting and thank you” event to celebrate the achievement for the artist and the community, volunteers, and supporters.
More details are HERE.
Tahawus Center, 14234 Main St,, Au Sable Forks
KIDS’ ART Project Fair
Saturday, December 3, 2022, 12 to 2 pm
This FREE program is offered with support from the Stewart’s Holiday Match program.
Participants will be able to make a variety of themed art projects for the Holidays!
Space is limited. Please call (518) 251-2505 to reserve.
Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek
Saturday, 11/19, 5 – 7 pm
Join us for a special afternoon of performance, community, and food!
Upper Jay Art Center and Recovery Lounge is hosting this performance potluck to gather and raise funds so we can continue offering our broad artistic programming in 2023 and beyond. We hope to see you there!
More information, including the list of performers, is HERE.
Upper Jay Art Center (12198 Old Rte 9N, Upper Jay
Evan Mack is on Broadway!
Founder of We Are Instrumental and Ticonderoga resident Evan Mack’s musical drama Angel of the Amazon” is based on the true story of Sister Dorothy Stang, who devoted her life to helping indigenous families of Brazil gain land rights and to protecting the Rainforest. In 2005, this 73-year-old nun was murdered by assassins hired by the owner of a logging company, who felt her passion for the Earth and all of its gifts to be a threat. Her sacrifice launched a global movement to save the rainforest and to plant trees around the world. Produced by Encompass New Opera Theatre.
This new musical drama with book and music by Evan Mack at The Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012. Performances begin Thursday, November 10 (OPENING NIGHT) and runs through Sunday, November 20, 2022.
More information is HERE.
Friday, 11.18.22, 7-9 pm
Grab your beau, your bestie, or come alone to meet someone new! Each week we do a fun project to provide some relaxation, social connection and creative expression.
THIS WEEK: Make Your Own Holiday Gnome!
ADK ArtRise, 62 Main Street, Saranac Lake
Help us kick off the holiday season on
Friday, November 18th from 5-7 pm for the opening night of LARAC’s Holiday Shop!
With handmade items from over 50 regional artists, start your holiday shopping by supporting local.
Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls