Artists & Inspiration
Taking the Temperature of the Arts in the Adirondacks
This is a virtual program.
The Adirondacks have long been a fertile ground for creativity across artistic disciplines. From painters to writers to dancers, the region is blossoming with intense productivity and thoughtful and creative collaborations. At the same time, both artists and the organizations that bring their works into the public sphere are navigating enduring effects of the pandemic, changing social, political, and environmental climates, and lingering economic uncertainty. In this moderated discussion, both artists and leaders of arts organizations will come together in a conversation about arts in the region today.
George Cordes (Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts)
Ed Donnelly (Tupper Arts)
Tiffany Rea-Fisher (EMERGE125)
Tony Kostecki (Seagle Festival)
James Lemons (Lake Placid Center for the Arts)
Nathalie Thill (Adirondack Center for Writing)
Catherine Underhill (View Arts)
Moderator: Mitch Teich (North Country Public Radio)
Image Credit: Weathervane, ca. 1840 (1964.132.0001A)