The Arts Center is currently closed for the winter season. We will reopen on May 1, 2019.

2019 Call for Artists

We are looking for qualified artists working in all mediums to apply for solo or group shows at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts. We have three galleries on site and plan to host exhibits throughout the year beginning in mid/late-April 2019 through mid-December 2019.

We are looking for:

Mixed Media


Paintings / Drawings / Printmaking / Photography 

Sculpture / 3-D

Video / Sound / Interactive


The submission deadline is March 8, 2019. 

The submission fee is $45, or $35 for Arts Center members with a valid membership. The selection process will be completed by March 29, with acceptance notifications sent via email. 

Applications must be submitted through our online application platform, Submittables. Please follow this link to access the application. If you do not already have an account with Submittables, you will have to create one. Please complete the application in its entirety. You may submit up to ten files (jpeg) that best represent a cohesive exhibit. 


For questions, please contact our Education and Gallery Coordinator, Laura Smith


Gallery Exhibits

The Arts Center is currently closed for the winter season. We will reopen on May 1, 2019.

Gallery Hours:
Spring: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 - 4 p.m.

Summer: Monday-Saturday, 10 - 4 p.m.
Fall: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 - 4 p.m.
Winter: Wednesday-Saturday, 10 - 4 p.m.

Previous Exhibits at the Arts Center in 2018:


May 1 to 31

Members Only Sbow


June 1 to 30

Sandra Hildreth: Adirondack Air



June 17 to July 14

Robert Stump: Illuminating the Adirondacks


July 1 to 31

Rick and Ellen Butz: Wildlife Wood Carvings



July 1 to 31

Andy Collins: Seeing Differently



July 16 to August 18

Anne Iott: Dear John… Dear Ellen… Love, Anne




August 1 to 31

Tanya Dawkins: Revolution: Darkness. Dawn. Repeat.


August 20 to September 15


Anne Diggory: Blue Mountain Light


August 1 to September 28

Sharon H.J. Cheng: My Daily Search for Inner Peace



September 1 to 30

Rebekkah Ziel: Deconstructed: A View Inside the Window of the Adirondacks



September 17 to October 13

Robert Keough: Where is the Realm of the Unseeable?


October 1 to 31

Tracie Doerner:To the Mountains and Back


October 1 to November 14

Amber Rudwall: Echoes


October 15 to November 3

Dan Sullivan: Abstracted Journeys


November 1 to December 15

Nancy Halter