Calendar

Sep
19
Sat
Art: Pooh Kaye, Eileen Crowell, Ruben & Damian Salinas
Sep 19 @ 5:00 pm – Sep 27 @ 3:00 pm

Opening reception Saturday, Sep 19th, 5-8 pm.
Free admission & open to the public. Refreshments available.
Masks required. Please follow posted social distancing guides.
Exhibit open through September 27 by appointment only.
Please contact ngossett@canoneonta.org to schedule a viewing.

POOH KAYE
A multi-discipline artist specializing in choreography and animation in film, media & theater productions. Combining disparate objects, paint & hand drawn images with human movement in her projects since 1973 – particularly projects focusing on more traditional cell animation. Over the years she’s explored multiple project ideas that were never fulfilled. This exhibit examines some of these ideas and features rough scripts, GIFS, production paintings of scenes, & key animation images.

EILEEN CROWELL
“Plant Portraits” Botanical art and study in which the artist focuses on the struggle that each specimen has endured on it’s path to maturity. A bit of that drama is reflected in the artwork as each plant has a distinctive shape and design and texture and has served the plant in a unique way. Movement and balance, light and shadow, and the delicate interplay between them are ever-present in the artwork.

RUBEN and DAMIAN SALINAS
“The Spirit of Gesture” Father and son artists exhibit works highlighting gesture as an intuitive, direct and vivid response to the impetus provoked by a subject or idea. The exhibit features figure and animal drawings and paintings done with ink and black tempera on paper. The duo are co-authors of a drawing and painting book by the same title which also focuses on the subject of gesture as the way to capture the intangible and essential nature of a subject or concept. 


 

 

Oct
15
Thu
Writers Salon – Alice Lichtenstein, plus open mic
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Writers Salon - Alice Lichtenstein, plus open mic @ CANO

Alice Lichtenstein graduated from Brown University and received her MFA from Boston University. She has received a New York Foundation of the Arts Grant in Fiction and has twice been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony.

Her first novel, The Genius of the World (Zoland Books, 2000), received favorable reviews, most notably in The New York Times Book Review and on National Public Radio. Her second novel, Lost (Scribner, 2010) was touted as a “Great Read” (People Magazine) and “a novel that delivers much reading pleasure” (Alan Cheuse reviewing for “All Things Considered”). In 2011, Lost was a long-list Finalist for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. Alice’s third novel, The Crime of Being, is forthcoming from Upper Hand Press, November 2019.

In addition to the above, Lichtenstein’s short stories have appeared in several literary journals. Most recently, the Pushcart Prize-nominated “Revision,” (Narrative Magazine, Fall 2018); Dead Friends ( Post Road, Winter, 2010) and White Ladies (Short Story, Spring, 2010).

Alice lives in Oneonta, New York, where she teaches fiction-writing at Hartwick College, and in Surry, Maine.

Writers Salon takes place the 3rd Thursday each month. Readings begin promptly at 7:30 pm (please arrive by 7:15). Beginning with open mic, guests are encouraged to read personal works in this casual & welcoming environment (open mic is limited to 5 minutes per reader). Afterwards, enjoy a reading and presentation by a featured published author. Free & Open to the public. Donations greatly appreciated. Refreshments Served.