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The Adirondack Art Trail

The Adirondack Regional Art Trail creates a new way for visitors and residents to experience the arts in the greater North Country region. Established in part by the Adirondack North Country Association, the trail consists of hundreds of individual artists and their studios, art organizations, galleries, theaters, museums, events and other related cultural and artistic activities. Champlain Valley is one of the nine major regions that are  part of the trail. People can experience art at various places in Clinton County, such as the Alice T. Miner Museum, the Nina Winkel Sculpture Court in the Plattsburgh State Art Museum, the…

The Adirondack Regional Art Trail creates a new way for visitors and residents to experience the arts in the greater North Country region.

Established in part by the Adirondack North Country Association, the trail consists of hundreds of individual artists and their studios, art organizations, galleries, theaters, museums, events and other related cultural and artistic activities.

Champlain Valley is one of the nine major regions that are  part of the trail.

People can experience art at various places in Clinton County, such as the Alice T. Miner Museum, the Nina Winkel Sculpture Court in the Plattsburgh State Art Museum, the Adirondack Regional Theatre and ROTA Studio and Gallery.

The Plattsburgh State Art Museum showcases more than 4,600 works of art. Its most popular attractions are the Rockwell Kent Gallery and Collection, which hosts the largest collection of Kent’s diverse work, and the Nina Winkel Sculpture Court, which showcases 45 years of her art.

The Adirondack Regional Theatre is a non-profit community theatre that has performed for more than 95,000 North Country residents and visitors. It was named the “Theatre Company in Residence” by Clinton Community College for five consecutive years and showcases free outdoor family-oriented musicals.

Created by local artists and musicians, ROTA Studio and Gallery is a unique venue that brings music and art from around the world to Plattsburgh. There are about eight community exhibitions in a variety of locations each year.

Membership to the Adirondack Regional Art Trail is free and open to any artist, studio, organization or art enthusiast.

— by Kiana Myers and Safire R. Sostre

Issue 10 : Winter/Spring 2018

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