Adirondack Center for Writing awarded $49,500 by the New York State Council on the Arts
A grant award totaling $49,500 from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) to support the recovery of the nonprofit arts and culture sector over the next three years has been awarded to the Adirondack Center for Writing.
ACW Executive Director, Nathalie Thill, said, “Adirondack Center for Writing is endlessly grateful for the twenty-three years of support the New York State Council on the Arts has given us. They’ve been funding our work in communities throughout the Adirondacks since day one, and this new grant feels like the greatest vote of confidence yet. With this support, ACW can continue to inspire the love of writing, reading, and storytelling throughout the North Country in 2023 and beyond.”
NYSCA Chair Katherine Nicholls said, “On behalf of the entire Council, I congratulate Adirondack Center for Writing on this grant award. Their creative work provides the benefits of the arts to both their community and all of New York. Arts organizations are essential, leading our tourism economy and fueling sectors such as hospitality, transit, and Main Streets across our state.“
For more info about ACW, including their latest online offerings, visit HERE and follow @adkctr4writing on social media.
Adirondack Center for Writing, 15 Broadway, Saranac Lake
Additional awards for the ADK A&E arts community
Governor Hochul Announces Historic Arts Funding to Record Number of Artists and Organizations
Read the full story HERE.
Awardees in the ADK A&E arts community include:
Adirondack Architectural Heritage, $30,000
Adirondack Center for Writing, $49,500
Adirondack Film Society, Inc., $49,500
Adirondack Folk School Inc., $30,000
Adirondack Historical Association, $49,500
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, $30,000
Craigardan, Inc., $40,000
Essex County Arts Council, Inc., $10,000
Essex County Historical Society, $30,000
Foothills Art Society, Inc., $30,000
Ft. Ticonderoga Association, $30,000
Frederick Remington Art Museum, $30,000
Lake George Arts Project, Inc., $40,000
Lake George Music Festival, $25,000
Lake George Opera Festival, Inc., $49,500
Lake Placid Association of Music Drama and Art, $30,000
Lake Placid Sinfonietta, Inc., $30,000
Pendragon Theatre, $40,000
Saranac Lake Artworks,$10,000
Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center, $45,000
St. Lawrence Arts Council, $40,000
The Depot Theatre, $30,000
The Orchestra Assn of Northern New York, $40,000
Traditional Arts in Upstate NY, $49,500
Upper Jay Arts Center, $30,000
You can see the full list of artists and organizations who have been awarded grants, including the category of grant support awarded, HERE.
Depot Theatre Gift Card/Gift Certificate Order
Depot Theatre gift certificates/cards of any value are applicable toward the purchase of tickets and other products at the Depot Theatre. The amount is up to you! (In the online order form it will offer some suggested gift amounts you can choose for the value of the gift card, but you may enter whatever amount you prefer, with $5 minimum requirement.)
Get the details HERE.
The Depot Theatre, 6705 Main Street, Westport
The Hague Chronicle celebrates 50 years
The Hague Chronicle is an all-volunteer, non-profit monthly publication containing information on people, events, activities, and meetings in the Town of Hague, NY and surrounding areas. The Hague Chronicle has been published every month since January 1972.
Read the Adirondack Explorer story about the Chronicle HERE.
Meadowmount School of Music Announces 2023 Session
June 26 to August 11
Meadowmount School of Music, the summer program for young string players in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, will hold its 79th session June 26 – August 11, 2023. Continuing its training tradition of “a year’s progress in seven weeks,” the program that has helped mold some of the world’s most prominent musicians—among them Yo-Yo Ma, Pinchas Zukerman, Itzhak Perlman, and Joshua Bell—will also further the online presence and partnerships with concert presenters that marked the 2022 session, the first led by Executive Director Mark Hayman and violinist and Artistic Director Janet Sung.
Applications are being accepted now through January 17, 2023.
More information about Meadowmount School of Music is HERE.
Meadowmount School of Music, 1424 County Route 10, Westport
Pendragon Theatre’s Children’s Theatre Production, directed by Kent Streed
December 16,17 @ 7 pm, December 17,18 @ 2 pm. Note: Opening Night was sold out—Get your tickets now!
Sugar Plum Fairy?
That’s sure scary.
You’ve seen that “Nutcracker,” now see this “Nutcracker!”
Led by their favorite teacher and a fearless, Jerry-Garcia-quoting principal, a cast of Middle School students present their unique version of the The Nutcracker Ballet. But,there’s no ballet! However, there is “Movement,” “Dramatic Narration,” and lots of laughter in this hour-long mini-musical written by Randy Latimer with music by Gary Rue.
Get tickets HERE.
Pendragon Theatre, 15 Brandy Brook Avenue, Saranac Lake
Flowers, Trees and Roots: The Wild World of Plants
Botanical Illustrations: The Art & Science of Plants
Adirondack Plant Photo Contest.
Thru March 26, 2023
This winter, View, the Center For Arts and Culture in the Adirondacks, is holding several themed exhibitions exploring the beauty and unique qualities of plants, trees, leaves, roots, and fungi. The beauty and diversity of the Adirondacks may be hidden under the snow but View wants to invite the public to an exuberant group of exhibits to remind us of the beneficial and uplifting qualities of nature year round.
Learn more about these exhibitions HERE.
View, 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge