The Philip and Lynn Straus Curator of Prints and Drawings at The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Patricia Phagan, takes us on an audio tour of Excavations: The Prints of Julie Mehretu at The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center.
Linda T. Hubbard (Chair, Art Along the Hudson), Barbara Galazzo (Co-Chair Art Along the Hudson Kickoff), and Maryann Syrek (Secretary, Garrison Art Center Board) join us to talk about Art Along the Hudson's 9th season kick-off!
The Apprenticeship Project, a collectively-created performance installation, takes place on Wednesday in North Adams. The performance features 34 performers engaged in a variety of activities. We learn more from Arthur Levitt '52 Artist-in-Residence at Williams College, Hana van der Kolk.
On Saturday and Sunday April 28 and 29, nine western MA pottery studios will celebrate the potter’s art and the advent of spring by opening their doors to the public for the Asparagus Valley Pottery Trail. Mary Barringer (Editor of The Studio Potter) tells us more.
Janis Ian will be at The Clark in Williamstown, MA for two events this week. Society's Child: A Life In Song (a free evening of recollections and readings from her book Society's Child: My Autobiography)on Thursday, April 19 at 5:30 pm and a Janis Ian Concert on Friday, April 20 at 8:00 pm.
Music - "My Autiobiography", "Jesse", and "At Seventeen"
Diane Forsberg, Deputy Director & Chief Curator of The Arkell Museum at Canajoharie, joins us to talk about the exhibition, "Mark Adams and Beth Van Hoesen: Life Observed Up-Close" and this coming Sunday's Earth Day family events.
Last week Michael Kaiser, the President of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, gave a talk at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY entitled, "Great Art, Well Marketed." On his way back to D.C., he stopped by our studio to talk about his past work and future plans.
Canstruction, will once again take over the New York State Museum. The exhibition, Zoo Can Do It, will feature more than a dozen zoo animal structures designed by teams of the Capital Region's best and brightest architects, engineers, contractors and students, using only canned goods.