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 November 2, 2017
In the first-ever museum retrospective of drawings and collages by a pioneer of geometric abstraction, the Museum of Art proudly presents Geometry in Motion: Leon Polk Smith Works on Paper, on view October 7 through December 31. This exhibition examines Smith’s (1906-96) characteristic pieces from the 1940s, as he entered his artistic maturity, through the […]Find out more »
Most artists are familiar with color wheels and color theory, but putting that knowledge to work can still be tricky when it comes to successfully mixing paint to achieve the desired results. Artist and instructor Tom O’Brien will help make sense of it all by exploring value, hue, chroma and discussing the importance of warm […]Find out more »
Film still from Stan Brakhage's Window Water Baby Moving, 1959. SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY —Stan Brakhage (1933-2003) is considered among the most influential American avant-garde filmmakers. One of his best-known works is Window Water Baby Moving (1959), a 12-minute silent film that depicts his then-wife’s labor and delivery at home of one of their children. The […]Find out more »
Explore traditional monotype & monoprint printmaking techniques in this fun & informative course while focusing on chine-colle, drypoint, reduction relief printing, and layering of colors. Color-mixing and color theory with the use of relief printing techniques will be covered so you can learn to print your own prints at home! Students will create painterly original […]Find out more »
POTSDAM, NY - The SUNY Potsdam Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to present its fall mainstage production, Federico García Lorca's "Blood Wedding," translated by Lillian Groag. Directed by Assistant Professor of Theatre Dr. Rivka Rocchio, the 90-minute play is a surreal tragedy about a death-bound love triangle of a bride, bridegroom and Leonardo. […]Find out more »
Tickets $20 at the door Reservations: call 518-946-6074 The Tony Award-winning Broadway hit, The Pillowman, is set in an unknown totalitarian state where Katurian -- a butcher by day, a writer of haunting fairy tales by night -- faces two interrogators from the local government. As Katurian soon learns, his stories, in which characters meet […]Find out more »