Adirondack A&E e-News # 207

Late Night for the Planet

April 5, 7 – 8 pm

Late Night for the Planet (LN4TP) is a talk/game show created by SUNY Plattsburgh students for the communities of the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain Basin.

LN4TP blends thoughtful interviews, humor, music and games to raise awareness about important local issues. Our Adirondack Watershed Institute edition will feature the researchers of AWI, Paul Smith’s College and the VIC.

Join us for a night of fun, entertainment and refreshments.

Additional info HERE.

Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths

“Reclaim” ceramic sculpture by Jazen Reuss

Awards presented at Adirondack Artists Guild Juried Show

Twenty-fifth juried show at Adirondack Artists Guild

Judged by Valerie Patterson, the show includes 67 works by 50 artists from around the region. Patterson judged from a field of 179 entries.

First Prize was awarded to to Jazen Reuss for her ceramic sculpture “Reclaim.” Second Prize, donated by Guide Boat Realty, went to Mary Woodcock Johnson for “Lake Flower Morning,” an oil painting on panel, and Damon Hartman won Third Prize, given by Gear-to-Go Tandems, for his sugar maple wood sculptured vessel, “Respiration.” All three live in Saranac Lake.

“Lake Flower Morning” oil painting on panel by Mary Woodcock Johnson
“Respiration” sugar maple wood sculpture by Damon Hartman

Patterson also chose three works for Honorable Mentions: “Jewelweed and Reflections,” a photograph by James Bullard of Potsdam; “Brewster River Mill,” an oil painting by Steven Cobb of Massena, and Potsdam resident Catherine LaPointe Vollmer’s soft pastel painting, “View from Cascade.”

All the prize winners received elaborate ribbons created once again by Meg Bernstein, who has made them through the years for the show.

The show will run through April 19. Visitors to the gallery may vote once for their favorite piece; the artwork with the most votes will win the People’s Choice award, donated by a local friend of the arts, and presented after the show closes.

More information on the Adirondack Artists Guild is HERE.

Adirondack Artists Guild, 52 Main St, Saranac Lake

Tahawus Craftworks Exhibit Coming July 2023

Artisans of the Ausable! We are still welcoming your proposals in all categories, including wood sculpture, small quilting, food arts, plant design, or something altogether different! Tell us about your craft! Email

Celebrate National Poetry Month with SLC Arts this April!

Our events and readings will be held at our temporary storefront (45 Market Street in Potsdam) or at the Potsdam Public Library.

Learn more and submit poems HERE.

2023 Artisan Market Season

The Strand Center for the Arts is proud to host Artisan Markets on our campus to showcase the wonderful talents of area artists. Works for sale include pottery, paintings, woodwork, fiber arts, jewelry, baked goods and much more!

We are so happy to facilitate this event for our community. Interested in becoming a vendor? Info and register HERE.

Eleventh Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium

The King’s Garden at Fort Ticonderoga presents the Eleventh Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium on Saturday, April 1, 2023. This program features practical strategies for expanding and improving your garden and landscape. We invite you to join us, whether you are an experienced gardener or you are just getting started, for helpful insights from garden experts who live and garden in northern climates.

STREAMING THE GARDEN & LANDSCAPE SYMPOSIUM! Those who are unable to travel to Ticonderoga for the symposium can sign up to participate online through Fort Ticonderoga’s Center for Digital History using Zoom.

See the downloadable brochure with full schedule and register HERE.

Fort Ticonderoga, 102 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga

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