"Adirondack Park is, arguably, the wildest landscape in the East, but it is not yet wild enough,” conservationist, adventurer, and author John Davis says. “It falls on our generation to finish rewilding it, so that it provides safe homes for all native species. The work may be … [Read more...] about John Davis Launches Split Rock Wildway Book
The Adirondack History Museum paints beautiful pictures of the landscapes of Essex County with its second art show of the season. "Hidden Treasures: Essex County Artists" opens with a free reception in the Rosenberg Gallery on Friday, Aug. 5 from 6-8 p.m. The exhibition runs … [Read more...] about Adirondack History Museum Reflects on Local Landscape Artists with Second Exhibit
Depicting the wilderness along with the anglers, hikers, and rock climbers that explore them, Kevin Raines’ paintings portray the wonder of nature. Many of these artworks will be on display at the Adirondack Art Association, where Raines will be the spotlight artist in August … [Read more...] about Artist Kevin Raines on Display at the Adirondack Art Association in August
Yes, the new 2016-17 CATS Trail Maps have arrived. If you're a CATS donor, you will receive one in the mail. If you are not yet a CATS donor and would like one, please call or email and we’ll get you one. Likewise, if you'd like additional copies, just call or email. If you have … [Read more...] about New CATS Trail Maps Are Here!
The Adirondack Art Association Announces Their 2016 Gallery Schedule The Adirondack Art Association is excited to announce their upcoming 2016 Gallery Schedule. Open seasonally from late May to early October, the Adirondack Art Association (AAA) is a 501c3 not-for-profit … [Read more...] about AAA 2016 Gallery Schedule Announced