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News stories tagged with "remington"
Sep 25, 2008 — The 7th Annual Remington Arts Festival begins today and continues through Saturday in Canton. NCPR is media sponsor for the event. Canton is the birthplace of renowned sculptor and painter Frederic Remington. Todd Moe talks with festival co-organizer Jane Sempel about the opening event, "Bull Fighting and Bear Chasing," at the Silas Wright House in Canton this afternoon (2 pm). Go to full article
Sep 27, 2007 — NCPR is media sponsor for the sixth annual Remington Arts Festival in Canton. It starts today and continues through Saturday with many special events including music, a juried art show on the village green, horse-drawn wagon rides of historic Canton, a farmer's market, food and special exhibits. Todd Moe talks with Canton's Economic Development Director Linda McQuinn about the village's "native son". Go to full article
Oct 04, 2006 — The Remington Arts Festival opens Thursday in Canton. It's art, music and historical activities celebrating the life and era of famed artist Frederic Remington, who was born and raised in Canton. Todd Moe has more. Go to full article
Nov 01, 2005 — The works of 14 artists from across the region are on display at the Frederic Remington Museum in Ogdensburg. The 2005 International Juried Art Exhibit includes paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures. Todd Moe talks with Remington curator Laura Foster and Canton artist and printmaker Roger Bailey about the show. Bailey culled through 178 images from 63 artists. He chose 19 for the show which will be on display through January 8th. Go to full article
Sep 28, 2005 — NCPR is Media Sponsor for the Fourth Annual Frederic Remington Arts Festival in Canton this weekend. It's a celebration of art, history and music in the North Country. The event begins Thursday afternoon. Todd Moe talks with co-organizer Jane Semple. Go to full article
Aug 26, 2005 — The Frederic Remington Art Museum celebrates the life and art of Sally James Farnham, Ogdensburg's other prominent sculptor. Tomorrow during a daylong tribute, the museum will host a book release party for the recently published book, Sally James Farnham: The Art of Being an Artist. The Museum and the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will be co-hosting a Centennial Celebration to honor the 100th anniversary of the dedication of Ogdensburg's Civil War monument. Todd Moe has more. Go to full article
Mar 31, 2005 — The Department of Homeland Security is weighing a new proposal for border crossings. It could require everyone to show a valid passport to enter the U.S. The possibility shocked tourism officials along the St. Lawrence River. They market the region as binational, with attractions in both New York and Canada. As David Sommerstein reports, they fear a passport requirement could hurt the local economy. Go to full article
Sep 30, 2004 — NCPR is Media Sponsor for the Frederic Remington Arts Festival in Canton this weekend. It's a celebration of art, history and music in the North Country. Co-organizer Carol Pynchon tells Todd Moe that the event begins this afternoon. Go to full article
Sep 16, 2004 — The son of country music legend Johnny Cash, John Carter Cash, will be among the dignitaries on hand at the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg on Saturday. The Cash family owns a number of Remington sketches, and will help celebrate the grand opening of the Eva Caten Remington Education Center. The new facility includes classroom space, an art studio and interactive galleries for children. Todd Moe toured the new education center with Remington Museum Director Lowell McAllister, who says it's named in honor of Remington's wife. Go to full article
Jul 21, 2004 — An exhibit that features recent works by a Waddington native is on display at the Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg. Polly McCaffrey grew up along the St. Lawrence and now lives in New York City. Her latest art features dynamic, larger-than-life images of birds, pears, tulips and paper clips. Todd Moe chats with Polly McCaffrey about the fun of abstract art. Go to full article