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2013 Lake Placid Film Forum: Reviews of Mel Brooks and North Country Shorts

Mel Brooks directing Silent Movie in 1976.
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Documentaries and Local Filmmakers at the LPFF Mel Brooks and North Country Shorts, Reviews Writer’s note: So sorry this was not posted earlier! Having been officiating at a figure skating competition and as secretary of the Skating Club of Lake Placid, I have had to delay this review until now. The Lake Placid Film Forum [...]

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The Labyrinth and The Gratitude Line: A Unique Outdoor Exhibit in Northampton

The Labyrinth and The Gratitude Line by Elizabeth Newton. Photo by Ezra Prior
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An Outdoor Exhibit Comes to Northampton The Labyrinth and The Gratitude Line, Review How often does one take the opportunity to express his gratefulness? What form does your gratefulness take? Does it involve a prayer in which you thank the lord? Or perhaps you write letters to those that you love to make sure that [...]

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A Shot of Theater: Spontaneous Theater in Northampton

Finding Love at A Shot of Theater at the Elevens in Northampton. Photo Courtesy of A Shot of Theater
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Local Theater at The Elevens in Northampton A Shot of Theater Features Local Playwrights It seemed as if there was an open mic or creative venue for every art form in Northampton, but there was something missing from its eclectic mix. For every experimental rock group that got to try its hand on stage at [...]

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An Exploration of Electronic and Digital Media: Wired Kingdom, Review

Willie Marlow: Maze
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Wired Kingdom, Arts Center of the Capital Region, Review An Exploration of Electronic and Digital Media in Troy The chambers of the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy echoed the murmurs of dozens of visitors and artists on Friday night, as the Wired Kingdom exhibit reception progressed. The exhibition, which ran from September [...]

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Vantage Gallery’s 1/4 Mile Exhibit, Review

1/4 Mile Exhibit, Vantage Gallery, Glens Falls
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1/4 Mile Installation, Vantage Gallery, Art in the Public Eye, Review It isn’t every day that you come upon an installation that makes you stand in awe and go, “Wow!”, but situated along Glen Street in the newly opened Vantage Gallery in downtown Glens Falls, is just such an exhibit. The abstract wood sculpture, 1/4-Mile, [...]

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Daughters of Aspasia at the Photo Center of the Capital Region

Jeri Eisenberg
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Running until the end of January at the PhotoCenter in Troy is “Daughters of Aspasia: Photo Artistry of Jeri Eisenberg and Gail Nadeau,” a special exhibit designed to showcase the photographic works of two local female artists. Both have highly original and inventive takes on traditional photography. The concept for “Daughters of Aspasia” came directly [...]

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SaratogaArtsFest Returns for an Encore Performance

Richard Danielpour
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If you missed the SaratogaArtsFest in June, or saw it but were left wanting more, you’re in luck. On Sunday, October 24th, there will be a special encore presentation of excerpts from the Music and Motion performance that was given at this year’s festival. Premiering for the first time at SaratogaArtsFest 2010, the dance and [...]

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Shoes Get Their Due in The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories Exhibit at the Albany Institute of History & Art

Marina Dempster Ebullient
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What just may be one of the most fun and funkiest exhibits around is currently making its way to the Albany Institute of History & Art this fall. Opening October 16th is The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories. The exhibit, which runs through January 2, 2011, offers visitors the chance to view over 120 examples [...]

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The 9th Annual Landscapes for Landsake Exhibit

Harry Orlyk
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Some incredible art will be on display this weekend at Maple Ridge in Coila, NY (just west of Cambridge), as local artists gather to showcase their work in the 9th Annual Landscapes for Landsake Exhibit, presented by The Agricultural Stewardship Association (ASA). The best part (besides the great art of course)? Fifty percent of the [...]

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Two Artists – Two Views: Intaglio Prints at BluSeed Studios in Saranac Lake

Flags, Courtesy of Mary Kate Gainty
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BluSeed studios’ current exhibit “Two Artists – Two Views,” featuring intaglio prints by Mary Kate Gainty and BluSeed board of directors chair Larry Poole, opened on September 16th with an artists reception and will run through October 23rd. The reception offered visitors an opportunity to view the exhibit, speak with Gainty and Poole, and observe [...]

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