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Preview: Remington Arts Fest in Canton

NCPR is media sponsor for the sixth annual Remington Arts Festival in Canton. It starts today and continues through Saturday with many special events including music, a juried art show on the village green, horse-drawn wagon rides of historic Canton, a farmer's market, food and special exhibits. Todd Moe talks with Canton's Economic Development Director Linda McQuinn about the village's "native son".  Go to full article

Preview: artist at work studio tour

NCPR is media sponsor for the first annual "Artist at Work Studio Tour," taking place in the tri-lakes region this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The event features free self-guided tours of 23 artist studios in and around Saranac Lake, Lake Placid and Tupper Lake. Todd Moe talks with artist Donna Foley, one of the co-organizers of the studio tour about this weekend's event and her artwork.  Go to full article
Hundreds of treasures were hidden behind this gate
Hundreds of treasures were hidden behind this gate

Historic Follensby auction draws hundreds to Tupper Lake

You never really know what the North Country's big events of the summer will be. This year, hands down, the attention grabbers were a couple of big auctions. Fox Island, near Cape Vincent, sold over the weekend for $3.78 million to New Jersey resident Vance Wilson. In Tupper Lake, more than four hundred buyers turned out for the sale of antiques and other treasures from Follensby Park, one of the Adirondacks' most extravagant, private great camps. Brian Mann joined the crowd on Saturday and sent this audio postcard.  Go to full article

ALCA celebrates 40 years of arts in the Adirondacks

The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts is celebrating 40 years of bringing art to Blue Mountain Lake this summer. A Retrospective Show this Sunday night will sample work from the scores of artists who have been involved with the center as teachers and artists in residence. Betsy Folwell was Director there from 1980-88, third in the "dynasty" that began with Jim and Sheila Hutt. She spoke with Todd Moe.  Go to full article

An art stroll in Saranac Lake

There are lots of opportunities to view art around the region this summer - art fairs, classes and studio tours. Visual, performance and literary artists in Saranac Lake will open their doors again tonight (4:30-7:00) for another Third-Thursday Art Walk in the downtown area. Last month, Open Studio's Beth Robinson spoke with artists and visitors on the Art Walk.  Go to full article
High art -- Donald Gallagher near the ceiling of the Meeting House Museum in East DeKalb
High art -- Donald Gallagher near the ceiling of the Meeting House Museum in East DeKalb

Hand painted history: restoring a 19th century interior

Earlier this month, a "Photo of the Day" on our website showed an artist painting the interior of the Old Methodist Meeting House in the St. Lawrence County town of DeKalb. It's part of ongoing restoration work on the building that's now the town museum. Todd Moe stopped by to talk with the artist about milk paint, trompe l'oeil and painting lots of lines.  Go to full article

Dancing through life: Ruth Jones Ryan?s artwork in Lake Placid

Drawings and paintings by Malone artist Ruth Jones Ryan go on display at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts tonight. She's 98 and grew up in Malone where she still lives in her family's Victorian home. Ruth Jones Ryan is an artist and entrepreneur. She and her sister owned a gift shop for years in Malone. In 2001, Todd Moe spoke with her about life and art.  Go to full article
<i>Through the Woods</i>, Roswell M. Shurtleff, oil on canvas
Through the Woods, Roswell M. Shurtleff, oil on canvas

Exhibit explores Keene Valley's artistic roots

The works of an artist who spent over half his life vacationing in the Adirondacks are on display in Keene Valley this summer. Roswell M. Shurtleff was one of the major artists in the region. He arrived in the Adirondacks in 1858 and went on to play a leading role in establishing Keene Valley as a prominent gathering place for artists. Todd Moe spoke with Skylight Gallery director Mary Buschman-Kelly about the Shurtleff exhibit.  Go to full article
New exhibition in Montreal looks at "the corn people"
New exhibition in Montreal looks at "the corn people"

Rediscovering the "Corn People" of the St. Lawrence Valley

Five centuries ago, the St. Lawrence valley, from Watertown to Quebec City, was ruled by a culture that modern anthropologists call "the corn people." When the first French explorer Jacques Cartier arrived in 1534, he found bustling towns and well-ordered fields. A few decades later, when Samuel de Champlain reached the same area, the corn people were gone. Their villages were empty. Their fields were abandoned. A new exhibition in Montreal explores the mystery of their disappearance. But as Brian Mann reports, some members of the Mohawk community say the scientists and historians have the story wrong.  Go to full article

Artists open their studio doors

NCPR is media sponsor for the St. Lawrence County Arts Council annual Artists' Studio Tour this weekend. The event starts Friday and continues through Sunday afternoon. The public is invited to enjoy self-guided tours of 35 artist studios all around St. Lawrence County. Todd Moe talks with St. Lawrence County Arts Council director Hilary Oak about the studio tour.  Go to full article

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