Last Tuesday Ottawa’s National Arts Center announced a logo make-over, the first such change since the Centre opened in 1969 – Canada’s centennial.
Maybe that announcement strikes some as too boring for words! But I’ve...
Canada has one of those major anniversaries coming in in 2017. The nation will be 150 years old – or young, or however you frame that. 2017 may still seem a tad distant, but major event planning requires lead time.
Of course, these days such...
Potsdam, NY, May 04, 2011 — Combining art and computer science isn't a new concept. But in the last few years, more universities around the country have taken digital arts more seriously. Todd Moe previews an exhibit in Potsdam this Friday that's the result of a curriculum that includes art, design, math and computer science. Go to full article
May 24, 2010 — It's time to take advantage of the sunny weather and get serious about the vegetable garden, or at least, planning the garden. Todd Moe spoke with horticulturist Amy Ivy who recently found design ideas at Plattsburgh's community gardens. Go to full article
Jul 10, 2007 — The proposed Lake Placid branch of the Adirondack Museum was debated by a crowd of more than 60 local residents at a public hearing last week. The Lake Placid-North Elba Joint Review Board is trying to determine whether the building's modern design meets the architectural standards and other requirements of the local land use code. While some neighbors described it as "radical" and "out of character" with the village, as Chris Knight reports, supporters of the project are asking the planning board to look beyond the land use code. Go to full article
New design unveiled for Adk Museum in Lake Placid (Source: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)
Apr 05, 2007 — The Adirondack Museum unveiled the proposed design yesterday for a new branch in Lake Placid. After fifty years in Blue Mountain Lake, the Museum hopes to find a new audience in the region's most heavily-visited tourist mecca. As Brian Mann reports, the building's modern architecture would make it one of the most visible destinations in Lake Placid. Go to full article