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 29, 2017
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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 »
Learn how to create landscape paintings that not only capture the scene, but grab the viewer as well! Tom O'Brien will show you how to capture the basic elements of design and composition inherent in a variety of different landscapes. Hue, chroma, and drawing are all very important, but the attention grabbers are design and […]Find out more »
Utica, NY— The public is invited to attend an Open Studio on Wednesday, November 29th from 5:00 to 7:00pm, at the Sculpture Space studio at 12 Gates Street, West Utica. The reception provides an opportunity for the public to meet current artists-in-residence, view their artwork in progress and learn more about their creative process. Many […]Find out more »
Unleash the Power of Positive Thinking! Flourishing Skills Group Workshop with Sandy Brower, M.ED., CAPP 10-Week Program | Wednesdays: October 4 - December 6 6:00-8:00PM $25 per session or $100 for all 10 sessions* Pre-registration is required. Now is your chance to learn how to flourish in life! Join Sandy Brower for a fun and […]Find out more »
Image submitted: Thomas Cole, Kaaterskill Falls, 1826. Cole among the American painters whose work will be discussed by art historian Kathleen Stein on November 29th at the Remington Museum. OGDENSBURG, NY — Art Historian Kathleen Stein will present a talk entitled “Wilderness Tamed, but Paradise Lost: the Nostalgia of the West” on Wednesday, November 29th […]Find out more »