Past Events

 

Hamilton Community Kitchen
 

Hamilton community Kitchen will be holding a Vietnamese luncheon on Saturday, July 11, from 2-4.  Vegetable  "fried" rice packed with local, organic veggies. Option of brown rice or cauliflower "rice". Vietnamese summer rolls with mushroom, rice noodle & vegetable.

Gluten free, Yum! Serves 4. 

$25 in advance

 

 

Women's Circle
 

Hamilton center for the Arts will be hosting a Women's Circle on June 18th, from 2-6. Women's Circle is designed to be a woman-honouring space to promote wholeness and fulfillment. It is a space to speak your truth, to be supported and to support others and to be in touch with yourself. Bring a dish for a potluck, items for relaxation, and an open heart.

 

Breathing Space Studio "Reflections" Performance

 

Saturday, March 28th 2015 at 7pm

Hamilton Center for the Arts

 

For a program discription, please click here. 

 

For more information, please e-mail Kathy Herald at hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com

 

Meet and Greet at the Broad Street Gallery 

 

Saturday, November 1st, 4:00 - 7:00 pm

 

A social event and invitation for new artists to visit and perhaps join the Broad Street Gallery. Come stop by and enjoy the potluck while learning more about the Broad Street Gallery.

 

For more information, please email Kathy Herold at hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com

Member Show at the Broad Street Gallery

 

Saturday, November 8th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

 

The Broad Street Gallery will be hosting a show dedicated to our members.  Join us for an evening celebrating our talented artists.

 

For more information, please contact Kathy Herold at hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com 

Opening of Ron Throop's "Art History: A Painter's Interpretation of America's Past"

 

Saturday, November 8th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

 

The Hamilton Center for the Arts will be hosting the opening reception for Ron Throop's exhibit, "Art History: A Painter's Interpretation of America's Past".  A selection of his works will be up in the gallery until November 30th. 

 

For more information, please contact Kathy Herold at hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com

Children's Dance, Vocal, Piano and Theatre Performance

 

Saturday, November 15th, 2:30 - 3:30 pm 

 

The children will be hosting their various dance, vocal, piano, and theatre performances. All are welcome to stop by and watch these young performers.  The Hamilton Center of the Arts is proud to host its young artists. 

 

For more information, please contact Kathy Herold at hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com

Lounge Evening for Youths

 

Saturday, November 15th, 5:00 - 7:00 pm

 

The Hamilton Center for the Arts will be hosting a special Lounge Evening Event for Youths. This event is organized by Colgate University student, Hannah O'Mally. The event will consist of an arts show along with multi-media creative workshop for Hamilton elementary school artists. If you would like to participate, please email lounge13@colgate.edu. 

 

For more information, please contact Kathy Herold at hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com

 

Diwali at the Hamilton Center for the Arts

 

Saturday, October 25th, 5:00 - 8:00 pm

 

Come join us at the Hamilton Center for the Arts Deiwali, Festival of Lights.

We will have rangoli starting at 5pm and Kathak (an Indian classical dance form) by Shambhavi Sawhney, a Colgate student, at 6pm.

Indian snacks and tea will also be served.

 

Co-sponsored by Colgate University hindu Students Associations. For more information, plase contact; Hamilton Center for the Arts at 315-368-4453

Opening Reception for Steve Nyland's "Return of the Zombie Mill"

 

Friday, October 17, 6 - 8 pm.

 

An opening reception for Steve Nyland and his “Return of the Zombie Mill” drawings and paintings will be held Friday, October 17, 6-8 pm at the Hamilton Center for the Arts. Nyland, a life long resident of Syracuse, New York and current co-chair of the Project-U Artists Group in Utica, says of his work:  “The Zombies themselves are not horror movie icons, but, an effort at social satire.” 

 

The exhibit runs from October 8-November 2.  The Hamilton Center for the Arts is located at 19 Lebanon Street, Hamilton, New York.  www.hamiltoncenterforthearts.com.  315 368-4453 for additional information and gallery hours.

 

 

 

Opening Reception for Barbara Bertone's "Lost Childhood"

 

Saturday, Semptember 13th, 6 - 8 pm. 

 

An opening reception for Barbara Bertone’s “Lost Childhood” will take place at the Hamilton Center for the Arts on Saturday, September 13, 6 - 8 pm.

 

Barbara is a doll maker, quilter, storyteller, writer and a lover of all things fabric. Her dolls have been featured in Art Doll Quarterly. Barbara will be offering a children’s “Stick Doll” workshop, Saturday, September 20, 10 am - 2 pm. On Saturday, September 27, 10 am - 4 pm, there will be a “Healing Doll” workshop for women. 

Opening Reception for Karen Burns', "Landscapes: Real and Imagined"

 

Saturday, August 23rd, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

 

The Broad Street Gallery is proud to host Karen Burns' newest exhibit: "Landscapes: Real and Imagined". Please join us on Saturday, August 23rd for the opening reception. The exhibit will run until September 22nd. 

 

For more information, please call 315-368-4453 or email hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com

 

Closing Party for Jan Burke’s “Persons and Personalities”

 

Sunday, August, 24th, 6:00 - 8:00 PM

 

Come join us at the Hamilton Center for the Arts for the closing BBQ of Jan Burke's "Persons and Personalities" exhibit. This is a free event. 

 

Located in the Hamilton Center for the Arts, 19 Lebanon Street. Call 315-368-4453 or email hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com for additional information.

Open House Reception for Courtenay Pollock’s Tie Dye Mandalas

 

Saturday, July 26, 4:00 - 6:00 PM

 

At the Broad Street Gallery will be an open reception for the exhibit and sale of Courtenay Pollock's tie dye mandalas. Mr. Pollock is the world renown tie dye t-shirt artist for the Grateful Dead. This will be a free event. Refreshments will be served. The Broad Street Gallery is located at 20 Broad Street. 

 

For more information on Courtenay Pollock's work, see www.courtenaytiedye.com. Call 315-368-4453 or email hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com for more information about the event. 

"French Music of Today" a Solo Cello Performance by Florent Renard-Payen

 

Friday, July 25, 6:00 PM

 

International cellist Florent Renard-Payen will be performing at the Hamilton Center for the Arts in a special experience entitled, "French Music of Today". Tickets will be $10 advance/$15 at the door suggested donations for benefit for children’s scholarships for classes in the arts.

 

For more information on Florent Renard-Payen, visit www.cellistflorent.com.  Call 315-368-4453 or email hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com for more information.

Hamilton National Dance Day

 

Friday & Saturday, July 25th, 26th

 

Hamilton National Dance Day is a National Dance Day event that features workshops on ballet, modern dance, Middle Eastern raqs sharqi, Caribbean dancehall and hip-hop. Friday workshops run from noon until 5:30 pm. Saturday workshops from 10 am until 3:30 pm. Dance showcase starts at 5:30 p.m. Workshops will be held at the Hamilton Center for the Arts and Village Green. Registration is just $15 for adults and $10 for students and children. Save $5 by using the code SUM2014 to register online. For more information and preregistration, visit www.hamiltondances.com.

 

 

Opening of Sonny Boy's "Poster Child"

 

Saturday, July 5th, 3:00pm - 9:00 pm, Hamilton Center for the Arts

 

The exhibit includes gig posters, band art, and interesting tidbits of musical pop culture. Live music will be playing during the opening event as well.

 

The exhibit will run from June 18th to July 16th in the Hamilton Center for the Arts, located at 19 Lebanon Street. Call 315-368-4453 or email kyherold@twcny.rr.com for additional information.

Find Waldo in Hamilton

 

July 1 to July 29

Party on July 30th, at 6:00 PM, at the Colgate Bookstore 

 

The Hamilton Center for the Arts will be participating in the "Find Waldo in Hamilton". Starting July 1st, come stop by to find Waldo hiding in the center. Make sure to get your Passport (available in the Hamilton Center for the Arts). Prizes include: Waldo postcard books, a 6-volume deluxe set of Waldo books, a Where's Waldo? The Magnificent Mini Boed Set, and more!

 

In case of questions, email or call Heather Elia at helia@colgate.edu or 315-228-6944.

Barbara Rumrill Dahn Exhibit Reception

 

Saturday, June 14, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

 

The reception opened up Barabara Rumrill Dahn's exhibit held in the Broad Street Gallery. Barbara Dahn's work expresses her passion and upbringing in the foothills of the Adirondacks through the incorporation of handmade papers.  Her work will be on exhibit from June 14 through July 13. 

 

For more information on Barabara Dahn's work or the Broad Street Gallery, please contact Allan Sustare at 315-380-0628, or Gail Sustare at 315-345-0392

Jim Ridlon's "A Day in the Garden"
 

An opening reception for Jim Ridlon will be held Saturday, April 26, 2014, 6-8pm at the Broad Street Gallery. The exhibit will run from April 26-May 25. ”A Day in the Garden” is a collection of collage paintings focusing on “capturing the element oftime by representing atmospheric shifts in gardens during the passages and changes of daylight throughout the day." 

 

James A. Ridlon, a former professional football player, artist, film maker and author, has been affiliated with Syracuse University since 1965. A renowned artist, Ridlon has had over 25 major solo national exhibitions of painting and sculpture over the last two decades. His work is included in over 500 public and private art collections. He has received numerous state and national prizes for painting and sculpture.

 

The Broad Street Gallery is located at 20 Broad Street in Hamilton, New York. Gallery Hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 11-6; Sunday, noon-5, or by appointment. Call 315 368-4453 or email kjherold@twcny.rr.com for additional information.

Hamilton Center for the Arts Open House
 
Saturday, March 29th , 12 PM - 3 PM
 
  • FREE classes and activities!

  • Refreshments will be provided.

  • Children’s Art Show and much more!

 

Open house is located in Hamilton Center for Arts, located at 19 Lebanon Street. Call 315 368-4453 or email kjherold@twcny.rr.com for additional information.

Dr. Seuss Saturday!

 

This is an all-day community wide event to celebrate the wonderful weird and wacky words of Dr. Seuss. The Hamilton Center for the Arts will be providing various activties including "make your own whatcha-a-majig" and an interactive story telling of the LORAX. For more information, please download the flyer of all the activities offered by the Hamilton community. 

 

The Hamilton Center for the Arts is located at 41 Lebanon Street, Hamilton, New York.  Please contact Kathy Herold at 315 368-4453 or email to hamiltoncenterorthearts@gmail.com for additional event information.

 

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“Surreality” by Steven Specht

 

Opening Reception is at Saturday, March 1, 6pm - 8pm. Refreshments will be served and all are welcome.

 

Steven Specht is a Signature Member of the National Collage Society. He is also a Board Member for Sculpture Space in Utica, NY (an internationally renowned sculpture residency program). He has exhibited his artwork regularly in the annual juried exhibits of the National Collage Society (winning the “Excellence in Collage” award in 2012), in New York City (Climate Gallery) and Paris, France (17th Annual Salon of Contemporary Collage). He won “First Place: Mixed Media (amateur)” at the New York State Fair art exhibit (2010) and in 2011 was selected as one of only ten collage artists internationally to participate in “The Power of N” project (New Zealand). He has had solo shows at the Arkell Museum (Canajoharie, NY) and at The Mohawk Valley Community Arts Center (Little Falls, NY)

 

Specht refers to himself as an “analog” collagist as he does no digital manipulation nor photocopying of elements for his work. The materials he uses are taken directly from the books, magazines, calendars, posters and maps found in various garage sales and auctions. He occasionally integrates materials such as birch bark and found metal into his pieces as well.

 

Specht is also Professor of Psychology at Utica College where he has taught a course entitled "Psychology & The Visual Arts" and a studio collage course. He is a member of the Eastern Psychological Association, The Southern Humanities Council and the Association for Psychological Science and has published numerous research articles in journals including Journal of Neuroscience, Perceptual and Motor Skills, and Empirical Studies of the Arts. His current research interests are in the area of perception of art.

 

The Broad Street Gallery is located at 20 Broad Street, Hamilton, New York. contact Kathy Herold at 315 368-4453 or email to hamiltoncenterorthearts@gmail.com for additional event information.


 

Hamilton Center for the Arts 

16 Broad Street, Hamilton, NY
phone: (315) 368-4453

e-mail: hamiltoncenterforthearts@gmail.com