Tahawus Center Presents
Fall Foliage Photography Adventure Workshop
With State-wide and national award-winning photographer Rob Fountain
From Au Sable Forks, with over 30 years experience, Rob Fountain has worked as a photojournalist for the Lake Placid News, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, and Press-Republican newspapers. He holds a Bachelors in Art from SUNY Potsdam (2001) with concentrations in painting, photography, printmaking and ceramics. In addition to photography instruction, he teaches techniques in mediums including portraiture, using pastel, oils, and charcoal, most recently holding a series at the Au Sable Forks Library.
With ten years experience as an educator teaching Photography and Intro to Photojournalism to students at SUNY Plattsburgh, Rob provides instruction on how to use cameras through hands on assignments teaching composition.
Participation is limited. First come, first served. All ages are welcome. Rides available for 4 people if needed, or drive yourself and friends.
For questions or to register by email or phone: TahawusCenter@gmail.com, 646-734-0703.
Fiddling With Traditions
October 12, 7:15 – 8:15 pm
Fiddling With Traditions is a fun, imaginative, muti-media concert that features fiddler/composer Gretchen Koehler & pianist Daniel Kelly sharing fiddle tunes that evoke everything from sweeping paint strokes, to intricate stitching, to the fiery forging of Northern NY’s folk traditions. From heart pumping musical arrangements to peaceful panoramas, their expressive soundscapes capture the spirit of rug braiding, blacksmithing, quilting, silversmithing, paper making, knitting, painting and woodworking.
Audiences of all ages will enjoy this captivating musical adventure enhanced by a backdrop of gorgeous film and photography. Join us for just the concert, or add on dinner beforehand in our historic dining hall. Please note that ticket purchase is required for both the concert and the dinner.
More info HERE.
Great Camp Sagamore, 1105 Sagamore Rd, Raquette Lake
Tupper Lake Plein Air Festival
Wednesday, October 4 through Sunday, October 8, 2023, FREE and open to the public.
Show and Sale Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8. Enjoy a first-look at the art from the Plein Air Festival with light refreshments.
Public Opening Reception Friday, October 6, 6 – 8 pm
For the fifth year in a row, Tupper Arts is excited to partner with ADKAction and welcome plein air artists back to the Tupper Lake region to paint the beautiful vistas that our town has to offer. The festival takes place over the course of four days, during which painters will be able to venture through the town and the surrounding woods, and will conclude with a gallery and sale at the Tupper Arts Center.
Learn more HERE.
Tupper Arts, 106 Park Street, Tupper Lake
Friday, September 29 through Saturday, November 11
Reception Friday, September 29 5-8 pm
DAC’s Main Gallery will feature Three Perspectives with Nancy Brossard, Charles Atwood King and Sandra Hildreth. These artists and friends who often paint together outdoors, will share their unique perspectives of the Adirondacks.
More info HERE.
Downtown Artist Cellar, 410 East Main Street, Malone
American Vistas: The Life and Art of John Van Alstine
by Tim Kane
October 2, 2023, 7 – 8 pm, Free. This is a virtual program.
For nearly 50 years, John Van Alstine has created abstract sculptures forged with stone and steel. At their essence, they explore natural forces and human-made elements, conveying the American experience as the confluence/conflict between wilderness and industrialization.
Written as a companion piece to John Van Alstine: Sculpture 1971-2018, released in 2019 by The Artist Book Foundation (TABF), American Vistas: The Life and Art of John Van Alstine, not only highlights and offers a critical assessment of his art, but it delves into biographic elements that drive his creative process and reveals the person as much as the art. Combined, they are meant to be a singular and complete examination on one of the most important sculptors in the last half century.
Learn more HERE.