Adirondack A&E e-News # 328




“The Long View,” acrylic painting by Meg Bernstein

Small Wonders

Members’ group show at Adirondack Artists Guild

Friday, January 5 thru January 30, 2024

Small Wonders, a group show by the fifteen members of the Adirondack Artists Guild, will be the featured attraction at the gallery for the month of January.

“Fish,” photo transfer on birch box by Eleanor Sweeney

Each artist will have two or more pieces in the exhibit. All of them will be 100 square inches or smaller, not counting the frame. The media usually on display at the gallery will be included, such as oils, watercolors, acrylics, pastels, photographs, collages, assemblages, pottery and jewelry.

Details HERE.

Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery, 52 Main Street, Saranac Lake


Common Threads

Through March 9, 2024

An exhibition featuring the Foothills Weaving and Fiber Arts Guild, showcasing weaving, knitting, stitching and more!

These art pieces showcase the finest fiber artist in the Central New York area. From handwoven jackets and scarfs to large wall-hung weavings, there is something for every fiber enthusiast or novice to enjoy.

More info HERE.

The View Arts Center, 3273 State Route 28, Old Forge


ArtPOP Culture Trivia Night

Friday, January 12, 2023, 7 pm

Prepare for a night of friendly competition and artistic vibes!

Organize your group of 1 to 4 trivia enthusiasts and register for $60 per team. Pre-registration is required, as we can only accommodate 15 teams. There will be prizes and an art raffle.

Winning teams will take home awesome prizes. This event is for ages 18+, with a beer/cider/wine cash bar for those 21+.

Join us for an evening of laughter, competition, and community support!

Register HERE.

SLC Arts (temporary storefront), 45 Market Street, Potsdam.


Au Sable Forks Free Library Presents

Drawing Classes with Rob Fountain

January 7, 14, 21, 10 am – noon, free

This workshop will build from landscape drawing through charcoal, and finally onto pastels. Bring your own supplies, or share what we have.

Au Sable Forks Free Library, 9 W. Church St, Au Sable Forks


Kirsten Liebl: Weavings

Through Saturday, January 27
Reception on Friday, January 19, 5 – 8 pm
Artist Talk at 6 pm

Kirsten Liebl harvests wool from her own mixed-breed sheep to create the weavings on display at Whitcomb’s Gallery. The dyes are made from native plants that she cultivates on her farm, resulting in a blend of vibrant and muted colors.

Kirsten’s weavings are just the most visible part of her work. Behind her art are years of horticulture training and a dedication to regenerative farming. She runs a farm outside Westport, with partner Taylor Lefleur, where the goal is to “utilize sheep to create an ecologically diverse system to produce high quality wool, wine and flora.”

Learn more HERE.

Whitcomb’s Arts (Whallonsburg Grange) 1610 NYS Route 22, Whallonsburg


Bell Fire Arts Collective Presents

SpeakEazy Storytelling Open Mic

Wednesday, January 10, 7 pm
Sign Up list opens at 6:45 (if you want to tell a story).

Start the New Year with your favorite beverage in the cozy comfort of Plattsburgh’s Old Soul Taproom with your hosts Alex Clark and Mac MacDevitt.

All Stories Are Welcome. Come and share your story or come and listen.

More info HERE.

Old Soul Taproom, 124 Margaret Street, Plattsburgh


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