Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Lake Placid Center for the Arts offering virtual classes, indie film rentals

Online events this week via Lake Placid Center for the Arts, open to all:

“Faux” & Sip
TODAY Tues, Apr 14 | 5:00 – 6:00 PM | Free
A fun-filled hour of experimenting with a wide range of faux and other decorative finishes! Create fine textures like leather, parchment or linen to rougher textures such as peeling paint or distressed/chipping paint. All of this can be achieved by using items that are mostly found around your home.
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Winter Thaw – Soft Pastel Class
Thurs, Apr 16 | 5:00 – 7:00 PM | $20 Per Login
Join award-winning pastel artist Ingrid Van Slyke for a fun few hours of painting with soft pastels. Learn to use your photos as an inspiration for your personal expression. You will be welcomed and encouraged to explore your own color palette as you follow along with Ingrid to paint a “winter thaw “scene.
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Online Line Dance
Fri, Apr 17 | 5:00 – 6:00 PM | $10 Per Login
Clear some space at home and throw on your dancing shoes! Emily will lead a class that’s fun for the whole family, featuring movie-themed dances.
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Rent Independent Films
Thanks to Magnolia Pictures, LPCA is offering three great films available to rent online – The Whistlers, Once Were Brothers, and Slay the Dragon. AND they are generously donating some of the proceeds back to LPCA.

Get an Inside Look
Gallery 46 and Gallery @ LPCA are teaming up to bring you an inside look at the pieces currently on display at both locations. Visit the link below to see pieces and interviews from the artists!
VISIT ONLINE

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