Adirondack A&E e-News # 53

ICYMI—Taking their Place: Bringing American Women Artists into the Foreground

If you didn’t see the March 21 Zoom presentation by Laura R. Prieto, you can watch it HERE.

While many 19th-century American women drew, sketched, and even painted, few were able to become professional artists, and fewer still have their work in museum collections today. Why was visual art considered a ladylike pursuit, and yet an unsuitable career for women at the same time?


Starring Brian LaVallee, Direction: Scott Renderer

April 5-9, 8 pm
Written by Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe

A play that celebrates life and underscores the importance of human connection.

Something miraculous happens in Every Brilliant Thing. Something you might want to include on your own list of life-enhancing pleasures should you follow the lead of the protagonist, who inventories all that makes the world worthwhile for him. -Los Angeles Times

More information and tickets are HERE.

Upper Jay Art Center, 12198 Old Rte 9n, Upper Jay, NY 12987


Project: Power Up Lake George, a partnership between The Village of Lake George and the Lake George Arts Project, invites artists to submit proposals to design and paint traffic signal cabinets located in the Village of Lake George with the goals of enhancing the aesthetics of the Village, extending public art to new areas and unexpected places, and introducing art to the public in a creative and inventive way.

This project is open to all local and regional artists living within a 50 mile radius of Lake George NY. Both established and emerging artists art encouraged to apply.

Application is open! Click HERE for guidelines.


Looking for fun activities over break?

We’re teaming up with BluSeed to offer a series of Spring Break classes for kids at only $2/person!

Sponsored in part by Stewarts Holiday Match.
(Registration fee is a donation to World Central Kitchen- Ukraine)

Pick your favorite and sign up HERE today—Spaces are limited!

ADK ArtRise, 62 Main St, Saranac Lake

2022 SEASON!

Seagle Festival is excited to produce our 107th season of productions this summer and early fall 2022. Buy your tickets today to ensure you get your favorite seats!

More information HERE.

Purchase tickets HERE or call the box office TODAY at 518-532-7875.

Seagle Festival, 999 Charley Hill Road, Schroon Lake

Play Gym at Whallonsburg Grange

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