Adirondack A&E e-News # 338




Tonight and tomorrow!

Times Square, a world premiere play

January 26 and 27, 7 – 8:30 pm

Sentinel Productions will present a world premiere play at Ticonderoga High School. Times Square by Kyle Lang will be the second world premiere since 2021 by the High School Drama Club.

Times Square takes place in the second most famous location bearing the name—The Adirondack Mountains!

See the full ADK A&E Event post HERE.

And listen to NCPR’s Todd Moe’s wonderful piece with writer/director Kyle Lang and two cast members HERE.

Ticonderoga High School, 5 Calkins Place, Ticonderoga


The Bookstore Plus Presents

Book Club Discussion with Jenni L. Walsh

Tuesday, February 6, 2024, 7 – 8 pm

Join us as we chat with Jenni L. Walsh, via Zoom, to discuss Unsinkable. Join us in the children’s section of the store OR email thebookstoreplus@gmail.com for the Zoom link.

Unsinkable is the story of two unsinkable women, two stories of survival, family, and finding one’s own happiness—one connection that reshapes both their lives forever.

More info and buy the book HERE.

The Bookstore Plus, 2491 Main St, Lake Placid


The Adirondack Artists Guild Presents

Infrared Adirondacks

Exhibit of photographs by Phil Gallos

Friday, February 2 thru March 3, 2004
Opening reception Friday, 5 – 7 pm (across the street from the Harrietstown Town Hall, where the coronation of the king and queen of this year’s Winter Carnival will take place at 7:30 pm)
Artist talk Sunday, February 4 at 3 pm

Born in Manhattan in 1948, Phil Gallos received his first camera when he was six years old—a gift from his father—and has been photographing ever since. He learned basic darkroom technique from Bill McLaughlin, Sr., at the Adirondack Daily Enterprise in Saranac Lake, NY, and worked for the Enterprise as a reporter/photographer/darkroom technician from 1971 to 1976.

West Branch Ausable River

In addition to the Enterprise, his photographs have appeared in a variety of publications over the last forty-five years, including Adirondack Life magazine and the Adirondack Life Calendar. His work has been displayed in many juried and invitational shows as well as several solo exhibitions. His oeuvre includes architectural studies, landscapes, nature photography, night photography, nudes, portraits, and street photography. Phil became interested in infrared photography while experimenting with infrared film in 1974. He began making infrared photographs digitally in 2008.

The Adirondack Artists Guild, 52 Main St, Saranac Lake


Widlund Gallery

Fold Into by Jill Alicia Gruben

January 30 thru March 9
Reception Friday, February 9, 5 – 7 pm

Jill Alicia Gruben, a Ballston Spa, New York resident, is a member of the Adirondack Pastel Society and has had her art selected for national juried exhibits as well as displayed in numerous venues throughout the Capital District. She studied drawing and painting for 10 years with Neva Powell at the Rockland Center for the Arts in West Nyack, New York.

Details HERE.

Tannery Pond Center, 228 Main Street, North Creek


Local Nonprofit Consultants Want Your Opinion

Dear North Country Arts and Culture Community,

As a nonprofit business consultant specializing in small North Country organizations, my niche is arts organizations, like yours.

I want your opinions but first, let me show you how committed I am to arts and culture. For starters, I am the child of two professional fine artists, and majored in art in college. I understand artists and creative people.

Recently, Saranac Lake ArtWorks and I worked together for 18 months. In that time, participation in the Third Thursday ArtWalks doubled, paid membership increased by 20% and revenue earned at their major annual event grew by 38%. In 2014-18 I administered grants and managed membership and administration for the Essex County Arts Council. Over the years I have helped the Lake Placid Sinfonietta, the North Country Ballet Ensemble, Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Adirondack Architectural Heritage (as board member,) and the Upper Jay Art Center (as founding board secretary.)

You, the individuals from arts organizations are my audience.

I, along with my colleague Chrissie Wais (see HERE), are developing a nonprofit workshop series and we’re looking for people to take a survey about it. People who work for, are board members of, donors to or volunteer for a local nonprofit, are invited to take this survey HERE, so we can tailor a fundraising workshop series to local community needs. You can reach the survey using this QR code.

By participating in the survey you receive 25% off the workshop price.

Thank you!

Martha Pritchard Spear, MBA (see HERE)
518-946-7851
Martha@MarthaSpear.com


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