Adirondack A&E e-News # 216
Come decorate your kite!
Saturday, April 22, 12 – 2 pm
Kite and supplies will be provided.
Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek
Our panel of local experts on outdoor recreation and exploration will now be hosted on ZOOM. This panel will highlight the many opportunities in our local region for outdoor recreation. From cycling to mountain climbing, there are parks, trails, and pathways across the region that can be used free of charge. Panelists will discuss the impact of these opportunities on health, happiness, and building community.
Join us on ZOOM next week on Wednesday, April 19 at 7 pm!
By Director Jerzy Skolimowski, 2022
Friday, April 21, 7 pm
Winner of Cannes, Palme d’Or, Film Critics, Cinema for Peace, European Film Awards and more!
You’ll see the empathy and compassion in this donkey’s eyes…An illuminating film to view this EarthDay.
“EO’s themes of nature preservation and animal conservation are perfectly in line with Adirondack Film’s mission of screening films that spark healthy and enlightening conversations that continue long after the credits roll.”
Watch a trailer HERE.
Tickets are HERE.
Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid
Through Seven Lenses
Earth Day, Saturday, April 22 – Sunday, June 18
Tahawus Windows Gallery announces the exhibit of Through Seven Lenses, respecting the ordinary, imagining the intangible” with over 70 vibrant watercolors paintings and prints for sale by Larry Vanderburgh.
Larry Vanderburgh, studied architecture at Rhode Island School of Design and practiced and taught architecture, space planning and facility management for about 40 years in New Jersey, Maryland, and nationwide before moving to Schroon Lake. His painting interests have centered on honoring forgotten or unsung objects, such as machinery, locomotives, old ships, urban buildings, and rock formations. Watercolor remains his medium of choice.
Windows Gallery, Tahawus Center, 2nd floor, 14234 Rt 9N, Main St., Au Sable Forks
Sober Open Minded Mic
Friday, April 21, 7 pm
BluSeed Studios welcomes participants to this family-friendly Open Minded Mic, featuring Sam Madden.
BluSeed Studios, 24 Cedar St, Saranac Lake
Calls For Art For Summer Exhibitions!
We are currently accepting artwork for two upcoming Juried exhibitions: The 42nd Annual Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors (ANEAW) and Ripple & Roar: The Wonder of Water.
ANEAW is a long running summer tradition that attracts some of the best watercolor artists in the country. The exhibition runs Aug 5-Oct 1 and is open to all artists working in water-based media. This includes transparent and opaque watercolors, casein, egg tempera, gouache, acrylic and ink. All submissions must be made through CaFÉ HERE. Submission deadline is April 20.
Ripple & Roar is open to all media and seeks works exploring the theme of water. The essential resource of life, we are seeking works that celebrate the ethereal beauty of water, explore its inspirational qualities, reflect its many changing moods, and underscore our critical relationship with it. Works of art might consider water from a global point of view, a regional perspective, a cultural perspective, or with a specific focus on the Adirondacks. All submissions must be made through CaFÉ HERE. Submission deadline is May 1.
View Center for Arts and Culture, 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge
Mountain Lake PBS proudly presents Music from Meadowmount
Beginning Monday, April 17 at 9 pm.
The weekly program features highlights from the summer concerts performed by the gifted young musicians studying at Meadowmount School of Music in Westport.
Watch producer Paul Larson discusses the series with Meadowmount artistic director Janet Sung, Meadowmount violin faculty Ann Setzer and cellist Luiz Fernando Venturelli HERE.
Look forward to six episodes of the Music from Meadowmount series. It airs Monday nights at 9 on Mountain Lake PBS, beginning April 17. You may also view it on your streaming devices with the PBS App.