HOURS for the Tupper Arts Center
Wednesday-Sunday, 12-4 p.m.
Now in our gallery ...
One Man Show
Tupper Arts Presents Randy Jones, one-man art show, featuring wildlife and nature paintings in rustic frames! The gallery is open Wednesday-Sunday, 12-4 p.m. until Sept. 27 at 106 Park St., Tupper Lake.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
Last week's "Moose on the Loose" fundraiser for Tupper Arts generated great support from community artists and art lovers!
The project raised over $3000 for Tupper Arts operations, thanks to the the following artists who donated their painted moose for the silent auction: Lorraine Bassett, Pam Belleville, Hayley & Hannah Callaghan, Wendy Cross, Adam DiGarmo, Christine Festin, Folks at 48 Underwood Rd., Newt Grenier, Ellen Guinet, Sean Hall, Michelle Howland, Beth Johnson, Christina Kester-Tallman, Lisa Kimpflin, Bryant & Alyssa LaMere, Jamie Meade, Gretchen Reid, Vivian Smith, Michael Spooner, and Marlene Tuczinski.
Congratulations to Sean Hall for capturing the "People's Choice" award of $500, graciously donated by ADK Action!
Click here to see the gallery of moose that were auctioned off!
Coming up . . .
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NOTICE: This event, a Victor Herbert lecture & performance originally scheduled for May 20, was canceled. Plans are underway to present this event virtually as a livestream benefit at a date to be announced. Stay tuned!
The Tupper Lake Plein Air Festival will welcome regional artists on Sept. 30 to paint the beautiful vistas our area has to offer, with a show and sale on Oct. 3 and 4 at the Arts Center. More than a dozen artists have already signed up, with more slots available!
More still to come on this event.
Tupper Arts is now part of the AmazonSmile program! Make any purchases at Amazon, and a portion will be donated to Tupper Arts. Simply sign in to Amazon at the following link: https://smile.amazon.com/ and indicate Tupper Arts as your charitable organization of choice. Happy shopping!
Who we are ...
Tupper Lake has a century-old identity as a vibrant, self-sustaining artistic community. Tupper Arts endeavors to revitalize this tradition for new generations through activities that include outreach to K-12 students and programming for teens, adults, and seniors. Just like the abundant beauty of our Adirondack environment, the rich artistic creativity of Tupper Lake deserves nurturing and caretaking for years to come.
The mission of Tupper Arts is to promote the efforts and achievements of artists and artisans of all ages in Tupper Lake and the surrounding Adirondack Park, including painters, potters, dancers, woodworkers, musicians, actors, composers and playwrights, storytellers, and graphic-design artists. By supporting and encouraging local artists, Tupper Arts hopes to help enrich the cultural life of the entire community as we present art exhibits, classes, workshops, book readings, concerts, theater, and other events.
The new Tupper Arts Center (TAC), located at 106 Park Street next to the Adirondack State Theater, is already a focal point for these exciting activities. For more information, please contact us at 518-359-5042 or email@example.com.