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Laura Von Rosk

Gallery Director

The Lake George Arts Project

HQ Phone:  (518) 668-2616

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The Lake George Arts Project

1 Amherst Street

Lake George, New York,12845

United States

Company Description

The Lake George Arts Project provides a variety of stimulating and enriching arts programs which are offered to all who live in and visit our area. If you are not a member, please join us. Your membership is a commitment to the cultural strength of the Lake ... more

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Associate Professor of Art

Indiana University of Pennsylvania


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Artists' Work Will Fill Two Vacant Spaces in Bolton Landing | Lake George Mirror Magazine

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According to Laura Von Rosk, the director of the Lake George Arts Project's Courthouse Gallery, the pop up gallery in Bolton Landing is an expansion of its annual one-day event, "Art at the Lake."
" 'Art at the Lake,' which we've sponsored for the last four years, has been great for the Arts Project and for the artists, who not only had an opportunity to sell their own art, but to buy each other's art and spend time together," said Von Rosk. But, she said, "Every year, we included more artists, and it reached the point where there was almost too much art to appreciate within a single afternoon. So, being able to show work for the entire month of July will enable us to show more work, provide greater exposure for the artists and stimulate more interest in the Lake George Arts Project." More than 70 artists will display work in a variety of media, available for purchase in a range of prices, said Von Rosk.


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According to Lake George Courthouse Gallery Director Laura VonRosk, the People's Pixel Project continues to attract experienced and novice directors.
Each year filmmakers within a 100-mile radius of Lake George may submit their original video short in a variety of genres including music video, documentary, narrative, and animation. "This year there are 18 winners that will be screened during the award presentation," says VonRosk. "The » Continue Reading.


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From those submissions, juror Laura Von Rosk of the Lake George Arts Project selected 95 works, representing 69 artists, to compete for prizes.
Von Rosk, who is not a member of the guild, was also tasked with choosing the winners.


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Art Talks Series | Art Talks Series | Art Talks page | ATS - Chapman Historical Museum | ATS - Adirondack Folk School | ATS - Richard R. Jones, sculptor | ATS - Laura Von Rosk, painter | ATS - Andrew Thompson, painter and bookbinder | ATS - Stephen LeBlanc, Metalsmith | ATS - Doug Deneen, art dealer and photographer | ATS - Allison Gates, photographer
August 1 - Laura Von Rosk, Painter, Director of the Lake George Art's Project's Courthouse Gallery Painter Laura Von Rosk travelled to Antarctica last fall to work with biologist Dr. Sam Bowser and his research team. Von Rosk is well known for her small surreal paintings of expansive landscapes. By recombining, emphasizing, manipulating, or inventing elements of the landscape she explores the tension between natural forms and memory. She will show images from a series of recent paintings depicting her interpretation of the Antarctic landscape.


www.lakegeorgemirrormagazine.com

We met John Strong and Laura Von Rosk of the Lake George Arts Project at the Shoreline Restaurant for snacks and to discuss plans for this year’s Art at the Lake, to be held at Wiawaka later this summer.


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