Call for Art at The Caldwell-Lake George Library
Local Artists – we’ve opened up a Project Local exhibition opportunity –
Deadline is January 21, 2022
Courthouse Gallery Call for Exhibition Proposals
Deadline January 31, 2022
The Lake George Arts Project invites regional, national, emerging and established artists to submit exhibition proposals to the Courthouse Gallery. Preference is given to experimental or non-traditional work created in the last two years. We welcome proposals for special exhibitions, installations, mixed media presentations, and performance art. Deadline is always January 31.
Courthouse Gallery Upcoming Exhibition:
“Living In Harm’s Way”, a solo exhibition of work by Kingsley Parker
January 26 – February 26, 2022
Join us for a Live Online Talk with Kingsley Parker on January 29 at 4 pm.
Direct ZOOM link HERE.
Courthouse Gallery Recent Past Exhibition:
The Lake George Arts Project’s Courthouse Gallery recently presented “Parallel Play“, a solo exhibition of new work by Barbara Todd. The exhibition ran from November 17 – December 18, 2021.
View our Online Talk with Barbara Todd HERE.
Recent article from the Albany Times Union: Less is definitely more for artist Barbara Todd.
Review of the exhibition on Get Visual: A parallel play of Parallel Plays.
Listen to North Country Public Radio’s reporter Monica Sandreczki interview with Barbara Todd HERE
Listen to Barbara talk about her work on Look TV’s recent episode of “Where’s Dayna?”
In 2022 we look forward to building upon our new foundation by growing Project Local and establishing additional partnerships to show more artwork by local artists, expanding our roster to include more theater and performing arts, and broadening Jazz at the Lake, making Friday performances a permanent feature and presenting more intimate sessions in local venues on Saturday evenings. With your support, we can realize our goals for 2022 – we can reach more people, invest in more artists, and present more of the high-quality programming you enjoy.
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LGAP News, Resources and Opportunities :
The Lake George Arts Project was established in 1977 to offer comprehensive programs in the arts. Its mission is to provide exposure and income opportunities to professional and emerging artists, and to provide quality arts programming for the residents and visitors of the Lake George region. Our music and art programs include year-round Courthouse Gallery exhibitions, Jazz at the Lake in September, Wednesday Night Summer Concert Series, and in spring a video shorts screening from regional film makers – the Peoples Pixel Project.
The Lake George Arts Project is also known for its creative and diverse fundraising events which include Bands and Beans, a chili and music fest in March; The Summer Sunset Cruise aboard the Adirondac on Lake George in June; a golf tournament in May & September; and a variety of other events. Admission to the Courthouse Gallery, Jazz Weekend, Summer Concerts, and many special events are free to the public.