Adirondack A&E e-News # 362




Champlain Valley Film Series

POSTPONED DUE TO WINTER STORM!

American Fiction

Rescheduled to Saturday April 6, 7 pm-

Whallonsburg Grange, 1610 NYS Route 22, Whallonsburg


Concert Rescheduled Due to Weather Forecast


Call for Artists
SAMfest at the VIC


Preparing for an Eclipse by Anastasia Osolin

The Adirondack Artists Guild Presents

Plein Air Eclipse Exhibit for Local Artists and Photographers

Plein Air Eclipse Exhibit Monday, April 8 thru Wednesday, April 17
Reception Monday, April 8, 6 – 8 pm

The Adirondack Artists Guild will host an informal Plein Air Eclipse Exhibit for local artists and photographers. While plein air painters are more commonly known for spending their time outdoors painting scenic views, this time artists will be tasked with capturing some of the elements or effects of the eclipse on April 8. The gallery will be open in the evening until 8 pm, as part of Saranac Lake’s Solar Fest.

Painters are encouraged to go out earlier in the day to start a painting or two of a view of their choice—then be on site, with their protective eclipse glasses, to witness and paint what happens during the total eclipse. Will it just get dark for a few minutes or will there be sunset or twilight effects that impact the landscape? For many, this will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The artists will be expected to finish up their paintings and then deliver them to the Artists Guild before 6 pm. They do not need to be framed and will be displayed on table top easels.

Photographers are also invited to contribute to this show by going out during the eclipse to capture it on film. Their challenge will be to get home and get an image printed in time to bring it to the Gallery by 6 pm. Photos should be mounted or matted.

There is no cost to participate, but those interested are asked to register with the Gallery so they will know how many to expect. Call 518-891-2615 or email guild@adirondackartistsguild.com. If you are submitting work, please bring a beverage or food item for the reception in the evening of April 8.

Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery, 52 Main St, Saranac Lake


Wait Till You See the Cast

Fly Fishing Film Tour

Saturday, March 30, 2024, 6 pm

The 18th annual Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) is back on the road with a top notch selection of short films that are sure to get you fired up for the season ahead.

The F3T is the original and largest fly fishing film event of its kind. Come for the action and stay for the giveaways and camaraderie that will feed your fishing addiction.

Find out more and see a trailer HERE.

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


ICYMI

“Saranac Lake is getting a new mural”

North Country Pubic Radio’s Todd Moe chats with Brittany Sternberg of ADK ArtRise about the new mural coming to Saranac Lake.

The theme of the mural, which will be installed on the exterior wall of ADK ArtRise facing the parking lot, will be “Welcoming and Belonging.”

Listen in HERE and learn how you can be a part of the mural project.


Strand Center for the Arts Presents

Lighted Lithophane

Wednesday, March 27 and Wednesday, April 3, 5 – 7 pm

Take a photo and turn it into a work of art using our 3D Printers. In this 2 day class bring a digital photo (one with high contrast works best) and use the UltiMaker Cura software to turn it into a lithophane panel that when illuminated from behind will display the image. During the second day we will assemble our lithophane boxes and install lights.

Ages 14+. Teacher: Justin Collins

Find our more and purchase tickets HERE.

Strand Center for the Arts (Arts Center), 23 Brinkerhoff St, Plattsburgh


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