Lake George Arts Project

Current & Upcoming

Exhibitions, Performances, Events, Artist Opportunities, & More
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$1 = $2 for Jazz at the Lake Matching Grant Donations

Every dollar donated (up to $5,000) will be matched by Kenneth and Susan Gruskin! 

For 14 years, Jazz at the Lake has been blessed with angels, Kenneth and Susan Gruskin. In addition to the support they have given for Jazz at the Lake, the Gruskins have promised to contribute an additional $5,000 if we can raise a matching amount from our friends and stakeholders.

Please consider supporting this year’s, and future, Jazz programming – anything and everything makes a difference whether it is $5 or $500!

CLICK HERE TO MAKE A DONATION!

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Courthouse Gallery Exhibition

 “Quilting in the Age of the Pandemic
Sept 28 – Oct 29, 2022
An exhibition of quilts created remotely, but collectively, by members of the MICA Quilt Group. During the pandemic, the group, founded in 2015 by artist Susie Brandt, met weekly on Zoom, where stitchers shared their works in progress, helpful hints, other related projects, as well as their joys and their sorrows. Word spread, and people from across the US joined, ranging in age from 10-82.

Oct 5 at 6 pm:  Join us HERE for a Live Zoom Talk with Susie Brandt and participating artists.
We will also have a closing reception in the gallery on Oct 29, 4 – 6 pm, free and open to the public.
Learn more >
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Fall for the Arts Golf Tournament

Thursday, September 29, 2022
Hiland Park Country Club
195 Haviland Road
Queensbury NY 12804

Noon – Shotgun Start • 4-Person Scramble
Registration starts at 11am

$125 (per person) includes:
Golf + Cart + Lunch + Dinner + Awards Banquet
We have lots of prizes + great raffle items!
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In Memory of Bruno Laverdiere

Bruno was part of the LGAP family from the beginning, since the late 1970’s. Through the years – you’d see him at gallery openings, Jazz Fest, concerts, fundraisers – always with a smile. It is impossible to find words to express the profound impact of his artwork, his teaching, and his friendship. The many heart-shaped prints and sculptures he sent out into the world every February, for Valentine’s Day, is just one example of his attitude and generosity. He was an amazing artist, person, and will be missed by so many.

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Our Sponsors

The Lake George Arts Project’s Courthouse Gallery exhibition program, Summer Concert Series and Jazz Weekend is made possible with funds from the following sponsors: