Important gallery and gift shop update:
Our gallery and gift shop is closed to the public!
Unfortunately due to COVID-19, we are unable to open our gift shop during the holiday season. However, our online gift shop is now up and running, with new items added every week!
We will open by appointment for interested parties.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a visit to our gift shop and gallery!
Missing the warm weather? Check out the clip below from Phil Henry and the News Feed!
In 2019 we had the pleasure of welcoming Phil Henry and the News Feed. They totally rocked the bandshell!
We will be re-releasing highlights and clips from the 2019 Summer Sunset Series to revisit the talent that graced the Tupper Lake Sunset Stage bandshell!
Stay tuned for the announcement for our 2021 Summer Sunset Series and Kids' Shows lineup!
Now Available to View:
america's forgotten operetta king
Originally scheduled to be performed live at the Arts Center in May, this virtual event explores the life and music of a towering figure who had strong ties to the Adirondacks! A lecture on "forgotten" American Operetta King Victor Herbert, with music performed by High Peaks Opera artists George, Elizabeth, and Annachristi Cordes, features lecturer Parmelee Tolkan, president of the Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society. This virtual event is a co-production of the Historical Society, HPO, and Tupper Arts, with donations to go to Tupper Arts and the Historical Society. Information on how to donate is in the livestream and in the description below the video.
Click the button below now to view this stream!
Sponsored by the Victor Herbert Foundation.
Donate to Tupper Arts Center!
Please consider donating to the Tupper Arts Center! With your constant support, we are able to continue bringing local artists and performers to Tupper Lake!
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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.