May 2nd 5pm-8pm
Join us for a First Friday reception, featuring live American acoustic music by guitar player & vocalist, Tim Herron, and a photography exhibit by emerging artist, Caleb Filer. Tim is based out of Syracuse, New York and plays in a band, as well as playing and singing solo. Caleb is studying photography at Onondaga Community College, where he is graduating in May 2014. His work focuses on “details often overlooked,” resulting in breathtaking images of the natural world.
In addition to our First Friday reception, the Seward House Museum will be participating in a small Arbor Day ceremony taking place in Seward Park at 7 pm, where a tree will be planted. Please stop by to be a part of this celebration.
As always, guests are invited into the Museum to view the Dining and Drawing Rooms, with docents on hand to answer questions and interpret the spaces. Complimentary refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to the public.
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April First Friday Event
Please join us for our next First Friday event on April 4th from 6-9 pm. For this event we will be demonstrating how bowls and plates are made. Please join us for this fun event.
If you have any questions about the event please call 315-685-5091, check out www.snakeoilglassworks.com or find us on Facebook.
Please park across the street at the church if the parking lot is full.
Visit the Art Center for Art After Hours. Free admission from 5-8pm.
Auburn’s First Friday is sponsored by Auburn’s Historic & Cultural Sites Commission, Auburn Downtown Business Improvement District, Columbian Foundation, Inc., and Everett Charitable Trust.
Friday, April 4, 5-8pm
Art demonstration by Painter Stephanie Stevens-Cain, featured in Gallery Julius.
Friday, May 2, 5-8pm
Live music with Sound Check.
For more information, please contact Auburn Downtown BID at (315) 252-7874.
First Friday Events
||Participating Historical & Cultural Sites & Businesses
Auburn, NY 13021
||5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cayuga Museum, 203 Genesee St. - Exhibits will be open, refreshments served. Faces of Cayuga County: 1880-1920 opens.
Finger Lakes ARTIST CO-OP, 101 Genesee St.- Finger Lakes Art Cooperative will celebrate First Friday with accordion music by Louis Nocilly and a book signing of children’s book “The Delighted Ducks of Hoopes Park” by author and illustrator Susan Amiral Waby. Come with your gift list and give the best gifts this holiday season! Meet & greet the artists, enjoy refreshements in our creative community.
Congressman Maffei’s office, 30 Dill St. - Quilts and more featuring the “Scrap Happy Friends” Beth Bowman, Bonnie Crosby, Sue Lund, Pat Messina & Barbara Mulvey.
Schweinfurth Art Center, 205 Genesee St. - Visitors can view the exhibit Quilts = Art = Quilts, plus quilting demonstrations, and a Director’s tour with Donna Lamb. Refreshments served.
Seward House Museum, 33 South St. – Reception for local artist Candy Lucas exhibiting her innovative collage & photo montage series, plus live music by Honky Tonk Hindooz. Refreshments & tours.
Seymour Library, 176 Genesee St. – Thanksgiving crafts – Families are invited to do a craft project in the Children’s Room. All library services available until 8PM.
More info at http://events.tourcayuga.com
“Fall Into Your Art-ful Life”
Fall into the season and fill your life with art. You are invited to join us for our First Friday celebration on Friday October 5th from 6-9 p.m. where we will be celebrating the pottery works of Wes Weiss. Finger foods and light refreshments will be served.
The Skaneateles Artisans Gallery Under the Stone is located in The Old Stone Mill at 3 Fennell Street (lower level), offers off-street parking as well as municipal parking, and accepts major credit cards. Visit our website at www.skaneatelesartisans.com. For more information, call 315-685-8580.
Wes Weiss; I am a Central New York resident, currently working out of the studio at Clayscapes Pottery in Syracuse.
My initial exposure to ceramics was at State University College at Oswego in the early 70’s, and later in the 80’s at Syracuse University. I am now taking classes with Tim See.
I hand build using slab construction methods, and enjoy creating curved pieces from leather-hard clay to create architectural and organic forms. One interest is using heavy doses of colorants wedged into different clay bodies. I have fired in pit, raku, cone 6 oxidation, cone 9 reduction, and wood fire. I get great results in the wood fire by marbling clay with 2% iron oxide. I am currently working on carved tree forms and large organic shapes.