Adirondack A&E e-News # 212
Tannery Pond Center seeks Events & Building Manager
Work collaboratively, transparently, and supportively with Executive Director and Administrative Assistant, including maintaining open lines of communication and information sharing. This person reports to the Executive Director.
Read the full job description and how to apply HERE.
Lake Placid – North Elba Historical Society Presents
Whallonsburg Grange Presents
THEATER AND A WORKSHOP AT UJAC!
Join us at UJAC for a weekend of theatrical hilarity! Please visit HERE for ticket and reservation info.
April 15th, 2 pm & 7 pm – Banana Man
Performed by Michael Galligan. Directed by Bailey Nassetta
Is it man? Or is it banana? In this solo clown show, Banana Man is stuck in a box with only one hour before he ripens. Performed by Michael Galligan, Banana Man employs stand-up, dance, physical comedy, live music, magic, audience participation, and sadness to explore what it means to be put in a box.
Don’t miss the chance to see this hilarious show before its official runs at the PortFringe Festival (Portland, ME) and Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Edinburgh, Scotland)!
Upper Jay Art Center, 12198 State Hwy 9N, Upper Jay
April 15, 11 am – 3 pm, FREE
The free, Science, Art and Music Festival SAMfest returns to the Paul Smith’s VIC on Saturday, April 15! This year’s theme: The Waters Above. The Waters Below. Please join us to listen/look and ponder with artists, scientists, poets and musicians:
Presenters and Performers:
Curt Stager and Kari Johnson- Music
Sue Grimm- Music
Saikat Chakrobarty- Photography and Poetry
Glenn McClure- The Water is Me
Nina Schoch- Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation
Michale Glennon –“Wool and Water”
Apollos- “Reanimating The Apollos: A Celebration of Arts, Literature, and Democratic Discourse in our Community.”
Gavin Shwahla Film
Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 State Route 30, Paul Smiths
On The Brink: Staff Exhibition
Friday, April 14,10 am through Saturday, May 27, 7 pm
This spring, we will be highlighting the works of the Strand Center’s very own staff, teachers, and board members! Come see what we’re made of!
The Strand Center for the Arts, 23 Brinkerhoff St., Plattsburgh
Nature: Seeds of Inspiration, ARTAA Exhibit
Widlund Gallery, Presented by TPC
Tuesday, April 11, 10 am through Saturday, May 20, 4 pm
Reception: April 21, 5-7 pm
Adirondack Regional Textile Artist Alliance (ARTAA) was formed in 2005 by six women textile artists to share ideas and work, learn from one another, and enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded individuals. ARTAA members embrace the principles of fine art—design, color theory, texture, harmony, etc. and incorporate these principles into their work. Each member has her own approach to her chosen textile medium and engages in an ongoing process of learning and experimenting through in-person and online classes and workshops.
Learn more HERE.
Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek