Imploding The Mirage
LARAC’s Lapham Gallery
January 13 – February 15
Opening Reception: Friday, January 13th from 5-7 pm
Featuring artists Barbara Lennox and Jack Metzger
Address: 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls
Guild of Adirondack Artists
LARAC Mountain Gallery
January 13 – February 15
Opening Reception: Friday, January 13th from 6-8 pm
Featuring works by members of the Guild of Adirondack Artists
Address: 21 Bay Street, Glens Falls
More info on LARAC and both of these shows HERE.
Depot Theatre Academy sponsors participants at NYSTEA student conference
The Depot Theatre Academy sponsored 10 students and 3 chaperones at the New York State Theatre Educators Association (NYSTEA) annual student conference January 6-8, 2023.
Each winter, NYSTEA hosts its annual High School Theatre Conference at the Villa Roma in Callicoon, New York. This high-spirited weekend is jam-packed with fun and educational theatre workshops, performances, and special events.
The North Country contingent joined over 600 students from all over New York, including Depot friends from the Book and Blanket Players. Participants were given the opportunity to participate in over 200 concurrent sessions over the course of three days. Workshops covered all aspects of theatre, such as “Unleash your Broadway Belt”, “Masterclass in Improv,” “Broadway Jazz,” “Stage managing,” “Gore-gastic makeup,” “Practical guide to lights,” and more!
The Depot Theatre Academy is an education and outreach program for artists ages 8 and older, led by theatre professionals from the only professional Equity theatre in the Adirondack Park. Academy programming provides robust educational experiences for area youth and a pathway for those interested in pursuing a profession in theatre—whether that’s backstage or on stage. The three-week Academy summer program will be held July 17- August 6, 2023.
For more information and updates about the Depot Theatre Academy programs, visit HERE.
Speaker Series Event “The Group of Seven” Postponed to Spring 2023 at Tupper Arts
“The Group of Seven”, a talk by Dr. William Tortolano originally scheduled for January 28th as part of the Winter Speaker Series, has been postponed to the spring. This series, which has already featured a talk on classical music by Dr. Harold Rosenbaum, is co-hosted by Tupper Arts and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts and takes place at the Tupper Arts center, 106 Park Street.
Please stay tuned for future updates regarding the lecture on The Group of Seven HERE.
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Call for Artists
We are looking for qualified artists working in all media to apply for solo or group shows in 2023 at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. We will host solo and/or group exhibits through the summer & fall seasons beginning inJune 2023 through mid-October 2023!
Media Being Accepted Include but Are Not Limited To:
Submission deadline: February 28, 2023
Submission fee: $45 ($35 for Arts Center members)
Selection process will be completed by March 24, 2023, with acceptance notifications sent via email.
All applications must be submitted through our online submission platform, Submittable. If you do not have a Submittable account, you will need to create one. The application can be accessed HERE. The application format must be adhered to and the application completed in its entirety, including all required attachments.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, 3446 State Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake
1776 Supplying our Army in Canada, Living History Event
Saturday, January 14, 10 am – 4 pm
Ticonderoga was a vital link in the supply chain keeping an American Army alive at the gates of Quebec City in January 1776. In this one-day living history event, explore the many needs of an army in winter from shot to shoes. See how soldiers and teamsters kept sleds running over the ice of Lake Champlain to keep Continental Army soldiers fed and clothed in Canada.
Bring your family along to experience this exciting living history event during Fort Ticonderoga’s new schedule of programs during the Winter Quarters season. From now through April, visitors will be immersed in a more intimate experience at Fort Ticonderoga. From living history events, insightful seminars, specialty programs, and hands-on workshops, guests will have the opportunity to explore Fort Ticonderoga during what was traditionally the “Winter Quarters” season for armies of the 18th century.
Fort Ticonderoga, 102 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga
Hanzolo at Waterhole Music Lounge
Saturday, January 14, Doors 7 pm Music 8 pm—FREE SHOW!
More info and RSVP HERE.
Waterhole Music Lounge, 48 Main St, Saranac Lake
She Called Him Raymond
Book talk and signing with author, Ray O’Conor
Wednesday, January 18, 2023, 7 pm, free
Ray O’Conor has been a newspaper columnist and written articles and opinion pieces published in several newspapers and magazines.
His highly acclaimed book, She Called Him Raymond: A True Story of Love, Loss, Faith and Healing, is the poignant and powerful story of two ordinary people who led extraordinary lives during the most tumultuous period in history, the Great Depression and World War II.
This program is free but requires a reservation, please call (518)793-2826 by Tuesday, January 17 to reserve your spot.
Chapman Museum, 348 Glen Street, Glens Fall
World Awareness Children’s Museum Free Day!
Sunday, January 15, 10 – 3
Visit the museum for free during our January Free Day, thanks to Stewart’s Shops & Stewart’s Holiday Match, and all who contributed! Donations are appreciated, but not required.
More info HERE.
World Awareness Children’s Museum, 89 Warren St, Glens Falls