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Spring is finally springing and it’s a pleasure just to be outside on these nice days…and more of a pleasure when “being outside” is not…

TRY IT TUESDAY – June 2, 2020

The Arts Center’s Flick Gallery is once again open for business! After a couple months of sheltering in place and amid concerns that the…

TRY IT THURSDAY – May 28, 2020

With the summer-like weather we had the last several days a (not-so-young) girl’s mind turns to…ice cream, of course. Let’s face it – we…

TRY IT TUESDAY – May 26, 2020

Sometimes we forget that writing is an art in and of itself. Our friends at the Penn Yan Public Library came up with this fun “writing”…

TRY IT THURSDAY – May 21, 2020

It’s nice to have the sun shining and the promise of spring in the air (finally) – with a long weekend ahead for lawn mowing and garden…

TRY IT TUESDAY _ May 19, 2020

Former Perspectives newsletter editor Nicole Landers and her husband have been sheltering in place in their new house in a tiny English…

TRY IT THURSDAY – May 14, 2020

“Sports” is currently a hot topic of conversation as we consider if or how best to emerge from our “safer at home” status. There’s a…

TRY IT TUESDAY – May 12, 2020

TRY IT TUESDAY: Apparently “don’t have a cow” has been a catchphrase for “calm down” or “chill out” since the 1950s, although it gained…

TRY IT THURSDAY – May 7, 2020

It would appear that legendary Renaissance artist Michelangelo and our own exhibiting artist, instructor and volunteer Pat Jackson have…

TRY IT TUESDAY – May 5, 2020

Art comes in many forms and many mediums. One of Arts Center Executive Director Kris Pearson’s very favorite art forms is culinary arts…

TRY IT THURSDAY -What an idea!

And now for something completely different… No, not binge-watching Monty Python (although that’s not a bad use of time – in moderation)….

TRY IT TUESDAY – April 21, 2020

“Beauty,” it’s said, “is in the eye of the beholder.” That truism is one of the things that makes art such an individual activity –…