Adirondack A&E e-News # 333




Back in Blue: the Online Series!

Now available: Barry Oreck

Back in Blue: the Online Series presents lectures, concerts, and theatre performances from our 2023 season in a virtual format! The series continues every other Saturday in January and February of 2024.

Singer/songwriter Barry Oreck’s performance was first recorded on August 22, 2023. An Arts Center regular, he plays plays heartfelt original tunes with Americana sound as part of our Tuesdays@theAC program.

You can listen HERE.


“Kristin Liebl: Weavings” Reception and Artist Talk

Friday, January 19, 5 – 8 pm
Artist talk 6 – 6:45 pm

Join us at our next Artist Talk as we hear from local weaver/farmer Kirsten Liebl.

Kirsten finds inspiration in the full cycle of making fiber arts, beginning with selecting sheep for wool, raising lambs and creating dyes from local plants. She will highlight her experiments with patterns, textures and colors.

Not just for weavers—for anyone looking for a dose of beauty and a glimpse into an inspiring creative process.

More info HERE.

Whitcomb’s Arts, 1598 NY 22, Whallonsburg


Heron Marsh Gallery: New Exhibit

Ingrid Van Slyke: The Splendor of Winter

Through March 2024

Ingrid Van Slyke, an accomplished artist based in Lake Placid, NY, showcases her pastel and oil paintings nationally and in the Northeast. In addition to being a member of various prestigious art societies, Ingrid teaches workshops and is represented at Gallery 46 in Lake Placid.

Her paintings, influenced by the Adirondack mountains, reflect seasonal changes, capturing moments with a loose, painterly style reminiscent of American Impressionists. Ingrid expresses reverence for nature and emphasizes the personal connection between her environment and her artwork.

Learn more about Ingrid Van Slyke HERE.

Paul Smith’s VIC, 8023 NY-30, Paul Smiths


Online Color Theory Class

Sunday, January 21, 28, and February 4, 1 – 3 pm, via Zoom

Learn how to create the colors you want in your artwork!

In this three-part online class, you will learn the many aspects of Color Theory, and create tools that will help you understand how colors relate and react to each other. By the final session, you will have a solid knowledge base, and hands-on tools, to help you create luscious vibrant color, as well as, neutral muted tones. And, just as importantly, you will have an understanding of how to use color to create harmony and balance in your work.

Taught by Janet Vedder.

Space is limited and registration is required.

Register HERE.


Intro to Soft Pastels with Catherine LaPointe-Vollmer

Tuesday, January 23, 6 – 8 pm, Ages 16+

Dive into the world of soft pastels!

Join instructor Catherine LaPointe-Vollmer as she guides you through different soft pastel techniques and materials.

Register HERE.

SLC Arts Temp Storefront, 45 Market Street, Potsdam


ADK Film: See Something That Means Something

Anatomy of a Fall

Friday, January 19, 7 pm

A woman is suspected of her husband’s murder, and their blind son faces a moral dilemma as the main witness.

WINNER! Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language and Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

Rating: R

Watch the Official Trailer HERE.

Purchase tickets HERE.

Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid


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