I always say I’m not in the market to buy art, but then I find myself in awe of all the talented artists and know that window shopping may not be enough. Even if I don’t buy art, I am always in the market to experience it. I love the possibility of seeing an artist in various Adirondack locations, putting creativity onto canvas. The benefit of a Plein Air Festival is in seeing those artists create in nature and then attend the art show to meet and discuss their process. » Continue Reading.
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The Summer Concert Series held on the Old Forge Lakefront has been set for Sunday evenings at 7 pm. The first concert will feature Easy Money on July 7th. » Continue Reading.
The annual Old Forge Fourth of July Celebration and Forge Festival of Arts & Crafts have been set for Thursday, July 4th.
This year the Forge Festival of Arts & Crafts will be held at the Adirondack Bank parking lot, across the street from Slickers and the Old Forge Visitor Center, from 9 am to 6 pm. The Festival hosts over 55 skilled vendors and features an extensive assortment of food and hand crafted items. Admission is $3. This event is sponsored by VIEW, Old Forge’s Art Center and Adirondack Bank. » Continue Reading.
If your father appreciates the unique and unusual, perhaps Old Forge should be part of the Father’s Day program. With an all weekend classic/antique car show to an ugly tie fashion show, Old Forge is celebrating the men, caregivers, and mentors in our lives. » Continue Reading.
View has announced its newest exhibition, Mountain Air Painters: ADK Expressions en Plein Air. The exhibition will run from June 15 to August 11, 2019.
The works on display come from the Mountain Air Painters, a group of New York State and Adirondack artists who have been meeting weekly for several decades from spring through fall to paint together en Plein air (French for “in the open air”) throughout the Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.
The 2019 Central Adirondack Art Show, a long-standing Old Forge tradition, is set to open on Friday, May 3rd from 5 to 7 pm at View Arts.
Held for the first time in 1952 by View founder Miriam Kashiwa, in her front yard, the Central Adirondack Art Show is a testament to the significant place the arts hold within the hearts and minds of the residents and visitors of the Adirondacks. » Continue Reading.
View Arts Center has announced a call for artists to submit their work for the 2019 10×10 Art Show, which will take place May 25th to September 8th, 2019. Work can be submitted at View from April 29th to May 17th between 10 am and 4 pm. » Continue Reading.
The 127,135-acre Black River Wild Forest is located within the southwestern foothills of the Adirondack Forest Preserve and offers a variety of recreational opportunities, from snowmobiling near the adjacent communities of Old Forge and Otter Lake, to hiking on foot trails in remote areas.
View Arts Center in Old Forge has announced a Spring Ladies Night, set for March 28th from 6:30 to 9 pm.
The night will begin with an introduction to essential oils while learning to make essential oil infused cocktail and mocktails. After participants create their cocktails, they will learn the art of wet felting with a step-by-step Felted Acorn project. This project has been designed specifically for beginners. No prior knowledge of felting is necessary. » Continue Reading.
The Central Adirondack Art Show is a long-standing Old Forge tradition showcasing some of the finest artists throughout the Central Adirondack Region and beyond. The Show is open to current artists ages 16 and up who are either members of View or reside within 200 miles of Old Forge. » Continue Reading.
This exhibition is considered one of the top watermedia exhibitions in the nation, drawing artists and audiences from all over. Each year, artists compete to receive over $12,000 in prizes and awards. » Continue Reading.
Community Christmas trees are an American tradition that bring people together regardless of income, faith, political persuasion, or pretty much anything that divides us. Whether sponsored by a city, town, church, or civic organization, community trees are placed in an outdoor public setting for anyone to enjoy.
It’s a rare treat to share something so nonpartisan: whatever you might personally like about the holidays is what you’ll take away from viewing the tree or sharing in song and merrymaking with fellow citizens. And it’s nice to know that America’s first community Christmas tree, the one that spawned a movement still going strong more than a century later, was an Adirondack balsam. » Continue Reading.
View, the non-profit multi-arts venue in the Adirondacks, is offering summer internships to college students and recent graduates.
View interns will receive hands-on practical training in arts programming and day-to-day operations. » Continue Reading.
Jeff Grimshaw, Executive Director of View Arts Center in Old Forge, has announced he will step down on December 14th, 2018.
Grimshaw has led View for the past two years. Bernadette Sunderlin, Director of Operations at View, will serve as interim director while View searches for a new director. » Continue Reading.
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