Profile Writing with Annie Stoltie
Thursday, October 19, 7 – 8:30 pm
The class will cover how to identify and explore engaging angles on any human subject so that the work is enlightening for the writer and rewarding for readers. Students will come away with new insights and best practices for writing about memorable people with honesty, precision, and depth.
Annie Stoltie is the editor in chief/co-publisher of Adirondack Life magazine, winner of the 2023 International Regional Magazine Association’s Magazine of the Year. In addition to writing more than a hundred articles for Adirondack Life since joining its staff in 2000, her work has appeared in Slate, The New York Times, Good Housekeeping and Forbes magazines. She’s the author of the guidebook The Adirondacks (W. W. Norton).
More info and register HERE.
Adirondack Center for Writing (15 Broadway, Saranac Lake
Champlain Valley Film Series
Clara’s Cadenza: A Musical In The Making
Saturday, October 14, 2023, 12 – 5 pm
Join us at the Strand Center for the Arts for our Fall Fest! Participate in art demos, including “Street” Printmaking with a 2-ton road roller, and tours of the Arts Center including our MakerSpace and Printmaking Studio.
The Strand Center for the Arts, 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh
Online Watercolor Workshop
Fall Foliage with Sarah Yeoman
October 18, 2023, 5 – 7 pm, virtual
Join us for this landscape watercolor workshop as we explore ways of simplifying the landscape by learning to see shapes and values and interpreting them in watercolor. Working from large shapes to small and from light to dark, finding form by gradually revealing light and shadow.
Paint along if you like or sit back and just watch. The video will be available for 3 weeks for you to replay and practice.
Please sketch the image in advance, OR sketch along with Sarah.
More details and register HERE.
North Country Public Radio
Off the wall: a new mural in Ausable Forks
Listen to NCPR host and producer Todd Moe’s chat with Georgeanne Gaffney, the trompe l’oiel artist who created A bridge over water under Main Street, for the Tahawus Center Mural project.
You can listen HERE.