December Events at the Catskill Center

© J.N. Urbanski

© J.N. Urbanski

Saturday December 3rd 2pm

Function or Form: Utilitarian Art Exhibit, Erpf Gallery, Arkville, NY
The exhibit, Function or Form: Utilitarian Art, will be on display in the Erpf Gallery December 3rd, 2016 through January 21st, 2017. It features beautiful functional items by 17 local artists. An Artist’s Reception will be held on Saturday, December 3rd, from 2pm-4pm, at the Erpf Center in Arkville.

Monday December 5th 9.30am

“Art is a Living System” Workshop, Willow Drey Farm, Andes, NY
The Catskill Center will host “Art is a Living System”, a workshop led by Lisa Jacobson, where we will be composing a watershed story–a living system–-alive, evolving and sustainable. A follow up workshop is being planned, to be announced, for Spring 2017. Together through their unique expressions and experiences participants will be revealing detailed information about every other element in the universe. We will be writing, drawing, painting and assembling using old beautiful books.

Tuesday December 6th 7pm

A View from the World Turned Downside Up, Catskill Center, Arkville, NY
“A View from the World Turned Downside Up” will be the topic of a talk by evolution geographer, James MacAllister.
The program will be held at the Catskill Center on Tuesday, December 6th starting at 7pm. The program is free, but there is a $5 suggested donation.

Thursday December 8th 6pm

Come Together at the Catskill Center, Arkville, NY
Join the Catskill Center for an open house evening in Arkville to celebrate the holidays. We’ll have light snacks and drinks available and we urge you to bring your own favorites for your friends and neighbors to enjoy.

Saturday December 10th 1pm

National Parks 100th Anniversary Photo Tour, Catskill Interpretive Center, Mt Tremper, NY
Join the Catskill Center for a spectacular photo tour celebrating the 100th anniversary of American’s National Parks on Saturday, December 10th. The photographic journey begins in Acadia National Park, then heads west, with photos of animals, birds, and flowers set in spectacular mountain settings in the southwest, northwest and west. Photos are from Alan Via’s many trips and from some of his photographer friends.

For more information, visit The Catskill Center.

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