$99 Four-Packs of Lift Tickets are available at Belleayre Mountain over Columbus Day Weekend Only
Highmount, NY - Belleayre Mountain is gearing up for its 30th Annual Fall Festival, taking place Columbus Day Weekend, Oct. 10-11. One does not need to be a snowsports enthusiast to enjoy the local arts and crafts vendors, the spectacular fall foliage views from the deck or the Sky Ride, a variety of festival foods and live entertainment. Read more »
Syracuse, NY — Unpack your suitcases and toss your Rosetta Stone back in the closet - from October 9 through January 3, you can see the best part of Europe right at home, in Syracuse’s Everson Museum! Turner to Cézanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection, National Museum Wales, is an exhibition that features a collection of over 50 never-before-seen-in-the-US masterpieces created by world-renowned artists such as Cézanne, Van Gogh, Monet, Daumier, Renoir and Turner, among others.
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New Paltz, NY – The State University of New York at New Paltz has been selected to partner with “Art:21 – Art in the Twenty-First Century,” the only prime time national television series focused exclusively on contemporary art, in a special screening from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 14 in Lecture Center 102. The event, open to the public, features a sneak preview of “Compassion,” one of four episodes of “Art:21″ being premiered on PBS this season. Read more »
Exhibition dates: Oct. 6, 2009-Jan. 10, 2010
Location: Galleries for Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy
Press preview: Monday, Oct. 5, 10 a.m. - noon
New York, NY – The first comprehensive exhibition of Luo Ping’s paintings ever presented in America, Eccentric Visions: The Worlds of Luo Ping (1733-1799) will bring together nearly 60 works, including many Chinese “National Treasures,” by one of the most celebrated painters in 18th-century China. Complemented by 27 pieces from American collections, this momentous international-loan exhibition will reveal the range and brilliance of the artist’s vision as well as his place among his peers. Highlights of the exhibition will include the sensational handscroll Ghost Amusements (ca. 1766)—one of the best known paintings in the late imperial China—depicting the world of ghosts that, he claimed, he had seen with his own eyes. Read more »
Exhibition Dates: October 6, 2009–February 21, 2010
Press Preview: Monday, October 5, 10 a.m.–noon
Exhibition Location: Lila Acheson Wallace Wing, The Gioconda and Joseph King Gallery
New York, NY – Pablo Bronstein at the Met is a presentation of new work by the London-based artist, addressing the history and future of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and will be shown at the Museum from October 6, 2009, through February 21, 2010. Several large ink drawings by the artist will suggest a mythical history of the Metropolitan Museum, imagining the building under construction. A series of smaller drawings will focus on hypothetical futures of the Museum. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York. Read more »
Powerful, Interactive Exhibit Strives to Engage Community about How AIDS is Devastating Parts of Africa
Albany, NY — Each day AIDS kills more than 5,400 people, about one person every 16 seconds. While nearly three-quarters of all AIDS-related deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa, AIDS is still a universal problem with more than two million children infected with HIV worldwide. While these statistics are staggering, it’s often difficult to understand the impact of the global pandemic on individual lives. Read more »
Utica, NY - A night. A weekend. A week.
If you’re a young family, a boomer couple, or a destination golfer, Oneida County will be inviting you to “get away from it all” by coming to “The Getaway Region” to “Get away to it all”!
The Oneida County Convention and Visitors Bureau unveiled its new brand and marketing strategy at its Annual Meeting Thursday evening at historic Fountain Elms on the Munson-Williams-Proctor campus. Read more »