A CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Tahawus Center, Au Sable Forks
WINTER CARNIVAL EXHIBIT OPENS FEB 4
In keeping with “Totally Eighties.” this year’s Saranac Lake Winter Carnival theme, the Adirondack Artists Guild’s February exhibit will feature members’ artworks made in the 1980’s or artwork about the 80’s. Some of the artists were already established in their careers then, some were busy with other parts of their lives, and one was still in high school!
Stop in the Gallery in February to reminisce – what were you doing in the 80’s?
The show will open on Friday, February 4, and remain on display through March 11. Although there will not be an opening reception, the public is welcome to visit the gallery during business hours: Wed – Sat, 11-5 and Sun 11-3. The show will also be on our website HERE by the 4th.
Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery, 52 Main Street, Saranac Lake
PIANO BY NATURE FREE VIRTUAL CONCERT
Sergio Alonso and Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano
February 12th, 2022 at 7 pm
An Online Zoom Event with LIVE Conversation and Audience Participation
Piano by Nature is thrilled to continue our exploration into music of the harp, presenting mariachi virtuoso Sergio Alonso in an exciting and inspiring zoom event unlike any other. Mr. Alonso will ‘bring’ his three-time Grammy award winning large ensemble Mariachi Los Camperos to our online concert hall, and give us the inside scoop on how their group grew into a musical powerhouse, performing in such prestigious concert venues as Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and the White House.
For more information, visit HERE.
To join this free concert, sign-up on the Piano by Nature email list at the bottom of any page of our website HERE and we will send you updates and the link needed for the concert closer to the date.
NORTH BY NUUK: GREENLAND AFTER ROCKWELL KENT
February 1 – March 11, 2022
Burke Gallery, John Myers Building, 2nd Floor
North by Nuuk is an intimate, contemporary look at the people and the social and primal geographic landscapes of Greenland. Photographer Denis Defibaugh presents his journey from Nuuk to the settlement of Illorsuit, 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle, following Rockwell Kent’s earlier footsteps and offering a fresh look at timeless Greenland.
Artist Lecture with Denis Defibaugh
February 2, 2022 from 7–8 pm in Yokum Building, Room 202. For those unable to attend in person, please register HERE for a virtual Zoom webinar.
ROCKWELL KENT’S GREENLAND
February 1 – March 11, 2022
Slatkin Gallery, John Myers Building, 2nd Floor
Also running from Feb. 1 through Mar. 11, this companion exhibit features original works completed by Rockwell Kent during his time in Greenland, interviews with current Illorsuit residents conducted by Denis Defibaugh, hand-tinted lantern slide images and ephemera made during his residence in Greenland. The majority of these works are generously on loan to us from private collections.
For more information on both of these exhibits, lecture and opening reception, visit HERE.
Plattsburgh State Art Museum
235 Myers Fine Arts
101 Broad St.