We continue review and evaluate our plans and programs for 2020, as well as monitor the COVID-19 news and adhere to CDC guidelines with respect to social distancing and limits on public gatherings. We’ve made adjustments to some of our programs, and added a new one!
Read below for news on summer events at the Lake George Arts Project.
COURTHOUSE GALLERY: Jenny Kemp
July 11 – August 14, 2020
We opened to the public on July 11 with a solo exhibition of new work by Jenny Kemp. The exhibition runs from July 11 – August 14, 2020. In place of an on-site gallery reception we recorded an online talk with Jenny on July 11. Learn more >
JAZZ AT THE LAKE – Reimagined
We are deeply committed to bringing people together to hear and see great music. The magic of our Jazz at the Lake program is created by having amazing musicians perform with one of the most beautiful lakes in the country as the backdrop.
We are not able to present in a traditional sense this year, but instead will present a series of virtual events we are calling Jazz at the Lake – Reimagined, curated and hosted by LGAP’s Jazz Curator, Daniel Kelly. These live streamed online events will bring renown Jazz musicians to you through a series of 4 hybrid events that combine live performances, time for discussion and audience questions. We will coon have information links that will allow you to join us. Mark your Calendars!
Jazz at the Lake Reimagined 2020 Schedule:
Thursday, September 3 at 7pm:
Nicole Zuraitis & Dan Pugach
Thursday, September 10 at 7pm:
Frederick Johnson & Michael Ross
Thursday, September 17 at 7pm:
Thursday, September 24, at 7pm:
Sarah Elizabeth Charles
The COLLECTOR’S CLUB: Artwork sale & Fundraiser
Years ago, The Lake George Arts Project offered a Collector’s Club artwork subscription program. In its original form, members could sign up, donate at a certain level and would receive works of original art for their collections. So we started thinking…What if we brought that program back, but with a twist?
We invite everyone to view our online store and catalogue and find the perfect artwork for your collection. If you don’t have a collection – now is a great time to start one. We will be updating the store regularly – so if you don’t find the perfect work this time, visit again soon!
By buying artwork from the Collector’s Club program you are putting money directly in the hands of regional artists and helping to support the Lake George Arts Project while we navigate through these challenging times.
The Lake George Arts Project’s FREE and Open to All music and art programs do rely on support from our community. If you are able to help, please DONATE Here.
Please join us in taking extra precautions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19: sanitize diligently, wash hands regularly, and stay home!
Be Well Friends –
LGAP Staff + Board of Directors