Adirondack A&E e-News # 352




ADK ArtRise Presents

Kathryn Cramer

Artist reception Friday, March 1, 5 – 7 pm

ADK ArtRise, 62 Main Street, Saranac Lake


Hill and Hollow Music Presents

Rob Schwimmer: Triple Helix – Keeping It Unreal

Sunday, March 10, 3 pm

“Virtuosity, magic and humor”
New York Times

Rob Schwimmer inhabits the same universe as the elusive Triple Helix—one that doesn’t exist except for his own invention. He is the master of his own musical kingdom where he, playing solo, conjures a sound world created by his singular virtuosity at the piano, theremin (on which he’s considered to be one of the world masters) and Haken Continuum—a rarely heard combination which allows him to bring audiences to beautiful and mysterious new sonic territory and perhaps find new or re-connect with forgotten feelings.

He will perform a solo concert on piano, theremin and Haken Continuum at the Saranac Methodist Church on Route 3 in Saranac, New York. The program includes works by Mussorgsky, Scriabin, Strayhorn, and the Beatles plus original compositions and improvisations for all three instruments; theme and variations on standards, classics and movie soundtracks—overall, a healthy dose of mystery.

Read more about this unique event HERE.

Saranac Methodist Church, Route 3, Saranac


Lessons From A Sled Dog

Sunday, March 3, 10:30 am

A worship service for children, their families, and the whole community hosted by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton.

The service is based on the real adventures of Black Bear, a sled dog that spent 11 years in a remote part of Alaska along the Yukon River. During this special Sunday service children and the whole congregation will learn about this endearing sled dog’s life in the Alaskan bush and her journey of discovery after she arrives in Washington.

Learn more HERE.

Unitarian Universalist Church, 3 1/2 E. Main St., Canton


Author! Author! Winter Lyceum Series

Science Storytelling… and Some Very Strange Caterpillars

Loree Griffin Burns

Tuesday, March 5, 2024, 7 – 8:30 pm

In her upcoming book for kids, One Long Line, Loree introduces pine processionary caterpillars. Known for their odd habit of moving in large family groups and always in single file lines, these unusual creatures inspired two distinct series of experiments, conducted on different continents and decades apart, allowing scientists to transcend time, space, and species.

Loree Griffin Burns holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry and writes about science and nature, mostly for kids. Her books include Life on Surtsey, the story of one of the newest islands on Earth; Beetle Busters, the tale of a rogue beetle and its surprise appearance at the edge of our northeast hardwood forest; and You’re Invited to a Moth Ball, an introduction to moths and mothwatching. She lives in Westport.

The Whallonsburg Grange, 1610 NYS Route 22, Whallonsburg


The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Presents

Celebrate the Ides of March

Friday, March 15 2024
RSVP by March 4, 2024

You’re invited to celebrate the Ides of March, hosted at Minnowbrook Conference Center in Blue Mountain Lake! This fantastic fundraiser will include dinner & drinks, 50/50 raffle, and sponsorship opportunities, PLUS a special presentation by Dr. Karen Lordi-Kirkham: “Shakespeare & Superstition: Ghosts, Soothsayers, & Witches!”

Purchase tickets and learn more HERE.


Upper Jay Arts Center Presents

Trust Your Clown With Michael Galligan

Saturday, March 2, 12- 4 pm, March 3, 12- 4 pm

Join us for this 2 day workshop exploring clowning with guest artist Michael Galligan. Clown is a form of comedy that places physical expression over words, honesty over wit, and being brave over being funny. In this workshop, unlock your vulnerability, silliness, and courage onstage in pursuit of creating a 5-minute solo act. Saturday will focus on games, ensemble building, and exploring ideas for material that resonate. Sunday we will deepen our connection to that material, shaping it into a performable piece. No prior comedy, theater, or clown experience required.

Learn more and register HERE.

Upper Jay Art Center, 12198 Rte 9N, Upper Jay


SWAN

(Support Women’s Arts Now)

March 1- March 29, 2024

The cultural landscape of Malone is set to come alive with a month-long
presentation of artistic expression and creativity, combining the celebration of SWAN (Support Women’s Arts Now) with a rich canvas of art events.

Join us for SWAN, highlighting the often overlooked contributions of women in the arts. The month-long celebration, organized by The Thrive Project, a committed the arts, aims to champion and promote the work of women artists across various
disciplines.

Details and schedule HERE.

Downtown Artist Cellar, Home of the Thrive Project, 410 East Main Street, Malone


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