When the 4th Annual Jay Invitational of Clay opens this week it will feature in addition to the 30+ artists from the Adirondack Region and including ceramic artists from Brooklyn, North Carolina, Georgia and Boston, a memorial exhibition celebrating local potter Paul Z. Nowicki. The exhibition, titled “The Mark We Leave Behind: selected works by Paul Z. Nowicki,” will be held in the main tent on the grounds of the Jay House in tandem with the Jay Invitational of Clay. Opening reception will be Fri, Jul 14, 6-9pm. The exhibition will run through the weekend, Sat + Sun, 9am-6pm.
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Check out this amazing feature article on our Jay Invitational of Clay in Adirondack Life Magazine!
Long Island City has long been one New York’s most vital communities for contemporary art. This weekend marks the 6th Annual LIC Arts Open which brings together artists, residents, businesses, tourists, local government, art enthusiasts and collectors. With sculpture in mind, and as a followup to our suggestions for Greenpoint Open Studios two weeks ago, here are 10 Must See Artist Picks for LIC Arts Open Studios.
Another Adirondack Summer! As Norte Maar continues to be a leading force in Brooklyn, many may not realize that the organization was originally founded on the shores of Lake Champlain in the summer of 2004 by curator Jason Andrew and choreographer Julia K. Gleich, playing a major role in revitalizing the arts in the North Country from 2004-2010. Through exhibitions at the farmhouse in Rouses Point and ballet performances in a converted ice rink at the Civic Center, Norte Maar became a signature advocate and presenter of the visual, literary, and performing arts connecting an emerging artistic community within the North Country.
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