The Art in the Adirondacks’ events calendar is a centralized resource for arts, culture and heritage tourism and covers events occurring in the following counties: St. Lawrence, Franklin, Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Hamilton, Fulton, Herkimer, Oneida, Lewis, Montgomery and Schenectady Counties. To post your event email the specifics to: [email protected].
Events for September 14, 2017
On view June 18 through October 9 The exhibition Roaring into the Future: New York 1925-35 is a pioneering exploration celebrating the Empire State as the driving force behind the creation of 20th-century modernism. From Buffalo to Brooklyn, artists, designers, and manufacturers generated avant-garde art, fashion, technology, and music that resulted in the century’s most […]Find out more »
Photo submitted - Local artist Kevin Gibbins demonstrates palette knife technique OGDENSBURG, NY - The Frederic Remington Art Museum will be offering a hands-on workshop on palette knife painting on Thursday, September 14, from 10am to noon. Local artist Kevin Gibbins will introduce participants to a number of palette knife techniques using oil on canvas […]Find out more »
Photo Caption: TAUNY’s Annual Welcome to the North Country Open House will be held Thursday, September 14, from 5:30-7:00pm. Join us for a lively, fun-filled evening as we welcome newcomers to the area! TAUNY, Traditional Arts in Upstate New York, invites new neighbors and old friends to meet other members of the community and find […]Find out more »
"Bridging the Years" is the name Adirondack folk singers Alex Smith and Dan Berggren give to their 7 PM concert together at Crandall Library in Glens Falls.Find out more »
States of Incarceration: Exhibition and Story Exchange Explores History, Future of Mass Incarceration
Interior view of Mount McGregor Correctional Facility in Moreau, New York, in the fall of 2015. Photograph by Dorothea Trufelman ’16. SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY — On September 2, States of Incarceration, the first national traveling multimedia exhibition and coordinated public dialogue to explore the history and future of mass incarceration in the United States, opens […]Find out more »