NO ONE SAW THE 2020 JURIED SHOW…..
The Adirondack Artists Guild Juried Show had just been hung in March 2020 when Covid shut everything down. No reception. Gallery closed.
Which talented local artists will make it onto the 2022 Juried Show Poster? Will your work be hanging on the walls of the Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery?
It is our goal to feature the best art produced in the Adirondack/North Country region. Show us what you’ve created!
All the event details including Juried Show Prospectus can be found HERE.
Registration opens: Jan 2022
Submission deadline: March 4 2022
Notifications: March 11 2022
HAND DELIVERY of accepted work: March 12-16 2022
Show opens: March 18 2022
Show closes: April 20 2021
Pick up of exhibited work: April 21-24
Selection & Awards Juror: Ken Wiley
Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery
52 Main Street, Saranac Lake
RAQUETTE LAKE WINTER CARNIVAL
February 18-20, 2022
Raquette Lake is the place to be on Presidents Day weekend with a full roster of winter events. Kick off the Raquette Lake Winter Carnival weekend with a free concert from the Jamcrackers at the Raquette Lake Chapel in town at 6:30 p.m. on Friday February 18.
This event is free to the public, there is limited seating, and masks are required inside. This event is sponsored by St. Williams on Long Point. On Saturday, youth activities start at 11 a.m. Look for a variety of kids games including an obstacle course, sack races, sledding and more. Ladies Frying Pan Toss at Noon and Ice Golf and bonfire all day with Fireworks at 7 p.m. On Sunday at noon, it’s the Timed Cross-cut and chainsaw competition. Competitors welcome For more information call 518-624-3077. All events subject to change without notice.
More information HERE.
February 19 to February 26
The 3rd annual Snocade festival returns this year to Indian Lake with a week of activities and events.
Free indoor activities include workshops, story time, and crafts and activities at the Indian Lake Library, and a free concert by Spring Street at the Indian Lake Theater.
Free outdoor activities include Kitty Kat Snowmobile Races; Horse Drawn Wagon Rides; Cold Water Rescue Demonstration; Dog Sled Rides; Cardboard Sled and Kayak Races; Snow Warriors Meet and Greet featuring an Ice Carousel on Lewey Lake; live music by Indian Lake’s own Mark Arsenault; bonfire; ice skating; hot cocoa bar; and a torchlight ski procession followed by fireworks.
For more information go HERE.
MARK GIBIAN ART EXHIBIT
Thru March12 in Saranac Lake
Segunda Casa welcomes artist Mark Gibian back to the Adirondacks with an exhibition of abstract sculptural watercolors. “Structural Prototypes” features a collection of watercolors and powdered pigment monoprints on paper that are closely related to Gibian’s three-dimensional work.
Based in Brooklyn, NY and the Hudson Valley, Gibian’s 3-D sculptures embrace the organic, structural, and industrial. Most recently, he is creating a series of mechanical flower sculptures with kinetic petals. Gibian’s work is held in both private and public collections, including major sculptural works at the Hudson River Park, Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Subway Station, and Williamsburg’s Northside Pier in Brooklyn.
Gibian has been hiking and canoeing in the Adirondacks throughout his life, and is a proud 46’er (#475). Stop by Barley Sandwich at 19 Broadway in Saranac Lake between February 12 and March 12, 2022 to view “Sculptural Prototypes” (opening reception, February 13th at 4 pm).
Questions about the exhibition, Segunda Casa, or requests for images/interviews should be directed to Carmen Rita Perez at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about artist Mark Gibian HERE.
ROBERT ROGERS AND HIS RANGERS RETURN TO TICONDEROGA Dramatic Reenactment
Saturday, February 26, 2022
Robert Rogers and his Rangers return to Fort Ticonderoga Saturday, February 26, 2022 through the dramatic 1759 Battle on Snowshoes reenactment from 10 am to 4 pm!
The Battle on Snowshoes event vividly recreates the final winter battle between a scout of Mohawk warriors, British Regulars, and Rogers’ Rangers, versus the French garrison of soldiers, Canadians and Native American warriors at Fort Ticonderoga on March 7, 1759. This event is designed to be a rich experience for guests of all ages as they explore the final Battle on Snowshoes within the year 1759.
Throughout the day, visitors will explore life for the French garrison inside Fort Ticonderoga, discovering the sights and sounds of daily life for the soldiers guarding French Canada’s front line. Hear the rousing beat of French drummers during a 12:30 p.m. concert highlighting the songs that regulated military life and learn the words to French folk songs that soldiers enjoyed as they worked. Savor the aroma of a hearty soup as it is prepared using dried and salted rations. Tour through the French soldiers’ quarters and watch as soldiers cut the firewood used to heat them. See the few simple luxuries of the Officers’ quarters and learn more about the dire situation for French Canada in 1759.
Hands-on programming explores the components of French artillery ammunition as Fort Ticonderoga staff recreate the shot stockpiled for the coming summer siege. Strap on your snowshoes and march out to the edge of frozen Lake Champlain to see the real battlefield for the 1759 presentation of the Battle on Snowshoes. During the 1:30 pm battle, become immersed as the Rangers ambush turns into a fight for their lives and the French attempt to cut off their retreat. Winter footwear is strongly encouraged!
More information including tickets HERE.
Photo credit: Naj Wikoff