“WILD AT HEART” EXHIBIT COMING TO TAHAWUS GALLERY
Exhibit Opens May 14
Multi-media works by 3 Adirondack women artists.
Each artist has a particular and unique relationship with the natural wilds of the North Country. The exhibit will feature the paintings, drawings, and digital art works of Rachel Finn, the delicately fashioned botanical collages of Alison Haas, and the sculpture and pottery of Susan Burdick Young. It will run 6 weeks – May 14 to June 26, 2022, with opening and closing events. In addition, public outreach presentations by each artist are in the works, including one in the field of digital art, to occur in June with exact date to be determined. Contact Tahawus for ARTIST Community Events: TahawusCenter@gmail.com.
Tahawus Windows Gallery, 2nd fl, 14234 Rt 9N, Main St. Au Sable Forks,
MICHAEL BURPOE WINS PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
AT ADK ARTISTS GUILD
Each year, a local friend of the arts donates $100 for the People’s Choice Award at the ADK Artist Guild juried show. Visitors to the show are encouraged to vote for their favorite piece, and this year Michael Burpoe’s watercolor painting “Oh, How I Wish I Was at the Islands…” received the most votes.
“Oh, How I Wish I Was at the Islands…” may be viewed at the Blue Moon Cafe in Saranac Lake, along with other of Michael’s works.
More information on the ADK Artist Guild is HERE.
SLC ARTS 2022 GRANT RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED
SLC Arts distributes $84,000 annually to municipalities, libraries, 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations and individual artists, in Lewis, Jefferson and St. Lawrence Country, for the purpose of arts programming
You can read the complete list of SLA Arts grant recipients HERE.
TUPPER ARTS MUD BALL
April 30th, 5 to 8:00pm
Raquette River Brewing, 11 Balsam St, Tupper Lake
Tupper Arts invites you to kick the mud off your boots at the Mud Ball! Free admission, and your first drink is on us! Live music by Hammerlock.
FLAMENCO VIVO CARLOTA SANTANA
Saturday, 4/30/2022, 7:30 pm
Dazzling Spanish music and dance from the nation’s most prominent flamenco and Spanish dance company!
More information and purchase tickets HERE.
Lake Placid Center for the Arts, 17 Algonquin Drive, Lake Placid
Thursday, April 28, 7 to 8 pm, Virtual (on Zoom)
Author Advice is a monthly, informal talk with an author (Q&A included!) about their personal paths to publication. They’ll break down why they did what they did to make their book a reality, and what they learned from it. If you’ve got a project finished or you hope to one day, this series is the perfect place to get some free tips, learn of new resources, and expand your writing community.
Our April guests are Adam Falkner, Roya Marsh, and Arhm Choi Wild.
Details and register HERE.
COMMUNITY FREE DAY SET FOR MAY 1
If you’ve been putting off visiting, today’s the day to make a reservation for our May 1 Free Day!
To thank our community, The Wild Center’s indoor and outdoor experience will be open and admission will be free. Enjoy Wild Walk, Stickwork, Barney Bellinger’s Welded Steel: Shape, Form & Light, Forest Music, Pines Play Area, and new outdoor animal viewing areas. The Wild Supply Co. and The Waterside Café will be open too.
Make your reservation HERE.
The Wild Center, 45 Museum Dr, Tupper Lake