Saturday May 4th
A mini festival with live music, Improv workshop, Vaudeville performance, paint off, silent auction, art gallery openings, museum tours, and local food.
1:00-2:30 Theater Workshop Especially For 12-25 Year Olds however we accept anyone interested in having fun and improving their improv with NYC based actor, dancer, singer, Princess Victome. Get Tickets Here.
2:00 Paint Off! For Kids And Adults Alike. The Finished Results Will Be Auctioned Off At 5:00 In The Silent Auction To Benefit Panther Creek Arts. Free Event But Reserve Here
3:00 Keith Nelson from Bindlestiff performing Vaudeville Arts - A Fantastic Show, Not To Be Missed Tickets Here
1-7 Art Gallery Openings, Meet The Artists, Local Food, Local Beverages, Museum Tours, And Socializing - It's All The Rage
1-7 Silent Auction Of Very Practical Items - To Benefit programming at THE HALL At Panther Creek Arts. Bid On A Dumpster, An Oil Change, Hardware Store Items, Gas Cards, Local Lunch, And So Much More.
7:30 Dennis Lichtman & Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton - Live Music On Stage At THE HALL Tickets Here sample here
Theater Workshop for teens and others. Improv and theater games with the fabulous Princess Victome. Singer, Actor, Dancer, Princess has a background in Commedia Dell-Arte, Clowning, Indian Art forms, post modern dance, as well as more traditional acting experience and training.
Paint off! Free for anyone who wants time with a brush and canvas along panther creek.; with artist and educator, Kathleen Puciato
Vaudelville performance for everyone and every age with Keith Nelson of Bindlestiff Circus
Renown photographers, Susan Daley and Steve Gross present “Lost Schoharie County” prints. Bring a part of the past home with home; these prints are for sale and a portion of each sale goes to Panther Creek Arts. Prices are reasonable, and these artists sometimes find creative ways of exchanging goods for services.
Susan Daley & Steve Gross are photographic based artists who live in New York City. They are the authors of 12 books & have had numerous gallery exhibitions, including the OK Harris Gallery of Soho. Their work examines historically architecture and landscape design, as well as the vernacular buildings found throughout America. In 2020, the Fenimore Art Museum of Cooperstown will exhibit a series of their photos entitled “Blue Gardens.”
“By starkly juxtaposing the forces of neglect and the airy ghosts of weather, these arresting
photographs add a new tension to our ancient fascinations with history, time, nature, and decay.”
Print maker, Mary Louise Kalin shows her work; another chance to bring home an original work. Bring your checkbook and check them out.
Since graduating with a B.F.A. from Rhode Island School of Design, Kalin has worked as a graphic designer and gallery director while maintaining a printmaking studio in New Hampshire from 1982-1990, and from 1998 through the present in Tivoli, NY. Her prints are in numerous corporate and private collections. She is a current member of Longyear Gallery in Margaretville, NY.
When talking about her art practice, she says, "Making art has everything to do with growing up in the Catskill Mountains and on Cape Cod. I was an outside child. We walked miles up through cow pastures, made rooms in the woods, and castles and drawings in the sand in the summer. The layers, the patterns and colors of my natural surroundings are the source for my art. My reverence for nature and the environment is embedded in my images.”
Silent Auction of Very Useful Things including gas cards, oil changes, dumpsters, dinners, windows, haunted walks through abandoned cemeteries. And much more!
Dennis Lichtman & Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton - Live Music sample here
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered in Schoharie County by The Greene County Council on the Arts.