Dan Sekellick Visual Arts Gallery

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The Dan Sekellick Visual Arts Gallery is free and open to the public Wednesday and Friday from 10:30am to 1pm, by appointment (call 518-674-2007 to make an appointment or for more information) and anytime the building is open.

 

Eric Washburn in the Gallery

Please welcome local photographer Eric Washburn to our gallery January through February. Eric’s artist reception will be held on Jan. 27th from 1pm until 3pm. Please join us.

Eric Washburn started taking photos almost 60 years ago, with a Brownie Starflash. Forty-five years ago, it was Kodachrome slides of F-4s being shot off the USS America. These days it’s digital captures of backyard birds and creatures all over the world—wherever there’s an image to preserve and share.


Call for Artists for a Summer 2018 Juried Art Show at Sand Lake Center for the Arts

Artists of all media are invited to submit two works for a juried show at the Sand Lake
Center for the Arts. Starts July 1 and runs through August 31, 2018. Twenty pieces will be
selected with first, second, third and people’s choice cash awards ($300, $200, $100 and
$100) will be given. There is no submission fee.

Submissions should be sent to info@slca-ctp.org in jpeg form by April 30, 2018.
Selections will be announced by May 25, 2018 and selected works must be delivered to
the Sand Lake Center for the Arts by June 23, 2018.

Sand Lake Center for the Arts July/August juried show specifications:
– Only two submissions per artist
– Two dimensional pieces should be framed or otherwise ready to hang
– Submissions should reflect the concept of or be inspired by the song “What’s That I
Hear” by Phil Ochs. See lyrics below.
– Two dimensional work should not exceed 3ft x 4ft.
– Three dimensional work should not exceed 14 inches H x.15 inches W.
-All work must be labeled with the following:
Last name_First name_Title_Medium_Size_(HxW)-Year

Submissions should be sent to info@slca-ctp.org in jpeg by April 30, 2018. Selections
will be announced by May 25, 2018 and selected works must be delivered to the Sand
Lake Center for the Arts by June 23, 2018. All artwork chosen will be on display from
July 1 to August 31, 2018.

Questions or more information please contact Kathy 518-674- 2007 or by email, slca-
ctp.org.

 

What’s That I Hear

Phil Ochs 1940-1976

What’s that I hear now ringing in my ear

I’ve heard that sound before

What’s that I hear now ringing in my ear

I hear it more and more

It’s the sound of freedom calling

Ringing up to the sky

It’s the sound of the old ways falling

You can hear it if you try

You can hear it if you try

 

What’s that I see now shining in my eyes

I’ve seen that light before

What’s that I see now shining in my eyes

I see it more and more

It’s the light of freedom shining

Shining up to the sky

It’s the light of the old ways a dying

You can see it if you try

 

What’s that I feel now beating in my heart

I’ve felt that beat before

What’s that I feel now beating in my heart

I feel it more and more

It’s the rumble of freedom calling

Climbing up to the sky

It’s the rumble of the old ways a falling

You can feel it if you try