Adirondack A&E e-News # 336

Try Your Hand At Spun Cotton With Tarah Delia

Sunday, January 28, 1-4 pm
Have you tried a Tahawus Center Workshop? Next up in the series is Tarah Delia’s wonderful Spun Cotton workshop. She makes it so easy and so charming!
Register today!

There are more “Learn About” workshops to come:

Swing Dance/ Waltz (for the two left feet!)
Winter Landscape Photography
Creative Writing
Intro to Portrait Painting
Modern Line Dance
And—the Eclipse.

Find out More. Ask for a schedule. Contact us:

Also at Tahawus…

A mini Dance Workshop is just around the corner

Artists: Don’t miss the Juried Show!

Registration open until February 25. Selected pieces must be hand-delivered by March 9.
Exhibit opens March 15, with a opening reception, and closes April 17, 2024.

This is the 26th exhibit that will feature the best, current art being created in the Adirondack/North Country region. We know we have lots of talented artists—this is your chance to share your work with a larger audience.

Register HERE.

Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery, 52 Main Street, Saranac Lake

$160,000 in State Funding Available for Arts Projects

The St. Lawrence County Arts Council (SLC Arts) has received a 60% increase in state funding for 2024. This means that SLC Arts will be distributing $160,000 throughout the North County to support 2024 arts programming. Grants are project-based, community-focused, and can represent any artistic discipline.

SLC Arts offers three grant opportunities. The Individual Artist Grant funds the creation of new work within a community setting; the Arts Education Grant funds creative learning experiences; and the Community Arts Grant supports public arts programming and fosters creative communities.

Grants are open to artists, arts organizations, 501(c)3 non-profit organizations, government entities, Tribal Nations and unincorporated collectives throughout St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Lewis Counties.

Throughout January and February, SLC Arts offers both live and virtual info sessions that cover eligibility and fundable expenses, and explain the application and review process. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

The grant application deadline is March 1, 2024. Funding is for projects taking place in 2024. (Please note that projects funded earlier in the year may be funded retroactively.) 2024 guidelines and application questions can be viewed HERE.

Let’s Dance!

Presented by TPC

Winter Kids’ Art

Saturday, January 27, 2024, noon to 2 pm

Join us for a fun few hours of making Winter Kids’ Art projects at Tannery Pond Center. Open to kids of all ages. For more information, call 518-251-2505

Tannery Pond Community Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek

Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton hosts

Tarot for a New Year of Intention & Personal Growth

Tuesday, January 30, 5:30 – 6:45 pm

The Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton serving North Country will host Kathy ‘Kat’ Wilcox, a Potsdam-based multi-modal holistic healing practitioner with 20 years of experience in the healing arts field for a workshop to explore how Tarot can be used as a tool for personal growth and inner exploration.

The workshop will begin with a guided meditation to warm up intuitive and psychic muscles and connect with the energy of new beginnings and adventures. Once intuitive and creative brains are active and ready to go to work, participants will learn how do their own Tarot spread to help identify the lessons, challenges, and accomplishments of the last year, and connect with intentions and aspirations for the new year ahead. There will be opportunities for each participant to read their own card spread and receive support and insight from other group members. The introduction to Tarot and Oracle will open opportunities to empower each participant to make lifestyle changes that align with the goal of living one’s true potential and best lives.

If you have a Tarot deck, you may bring it. If you do not have a deck or if you’re curious about working with different card decks, decks will be available for use during the workshop. The workshop is free, open to the public, and welcoming to all.

Unitarian Universalist Church, 3 1/2 East Main Street, Canton (across from the village park)

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