Tagged: Arts

View arts and culture center in Old Forge launches search for next president

Mark Salsbury

Mark Salsbury

View President Mark Salsbury has announced he will step down from his role by the summer.

Salsbury and View’s Board Chair Kathy Ruscitto have jointly announced plans to begin the process of searching for his replacement.

Founded in 1951, View is a center for arts and culture based in the Adirondack Region. Open year-round, View draws artists from across North America for its juried exhibitions and shows the work of regional and local artists in the smaller galleries. It serves as a community center for the region, hosting meetings and housing the Kinderwood Preschool.

Following several years of

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Arts Alliance joins the Annual Pueblo Bike Classic to highlight culture in the community

PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) – The Pueblo Arts Alliance Program is hosting the 2nd annual Pueblo Bike Classic, while bringing culture and community together. A contest is being held for people of all ages, who can sign up to showcase their artistic creativity in the community.

“We’re excited to host the Second Annual Pueblo Bike Classic and we’re looking forward to the opportunity to showcase the talent of one of our artists in Pueblo,” said City of Pueblo Mayor Nick Gradisar. “This is a fun way to highlight our pride in our city while also elevating the rich culture and background

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ARTS AND CULTURE: Dancing with Our Stars returns Feb. 5 – The Tribune

This year’s competition pits all-stars vs. present stars

Dancing with Our Stars returns with past winners facing new competitors.

The competition returns for its eighth year with local celebrities and their partners competing for $1 votes to win the famous Mirror Ball Trophy on Feb. 5.

Reservations for Dancing with Our Stars 2022 can be made by calling the Highlands Museum & Discovery Center at 606-329-8888 and voting online has already started and continues until the competition on Feb. 5. Dancing with Our Stars includes a cocktail hour at 6 p.m. with a gourmet dinner catered by the 3J Group

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New Bedford Art Museum director takes new position with Fall River Arts & Culture Coalition

FALL RIVER – The Fall River Arts & Culture Coalition starts the new year with a new face at the helm, hiring Ashley Occhino to be the group’s executive director. The position is a new one for FRACC, which was formed in 2019 and is a collaborative, member-based organization dedicated to advancing arts and culture in Fall River. Occhino was most recently the Executive Director of the New Bedford Art Museum and will officially assume her duties in Fall River on Jan. 18. She will be based at the Fall River office of One SouthCoast Chamber, which acts as the

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