Final gallery openings set for today
The last gallery opening of the season at The Jill Kraft Gallery in the Artists’ Palette in Norwich will take place today. The fourth Friday event and the feature monthly showings at both the Jill Kraft Gallery and Made in Chenango will be discontinued until spring, but both venues will remain open.
The show will feature Wells Horton, a photographer from Sherburne, who primarily photographs throughout upstate New York. The artist will be available for a meet and greet from 6 to 8 p.m. today.
Made In Chenango will feature Oxford wood carver Loren Rademacher’s wood sculptures and tole painted works by Nancy Focardi, Pauline Foster and Linda Haight. Made In Chenango will also celebrate its 16th anniversary with a drawing of the” pick-a-prize” winners at 7 p.m., refreshments and Fojo Beans Coffee.
For more information call Jill Kraft at 244-1445.
DCHA to host photography exhibit
“Time Passages”will open with a wine and cheese reception at 4 p.m. today at the Delaware County Historical Association.
The exhibit in the Elijah Thomas Gallery features historic photographs from numerous DCHA collections including Farrington and McMurdy and photographs from the present. Viewers will be able to compare the same scenes in the area at various times over the course of the last 100 years.
Admission to the exhibit, which will be open until January, is free.
For more information, call 746-3849, or email email@example.com. DCHA is on state Route 10, three miles northeast of Delhi.
Reschedule piano concert set
The Case-Young Concert Series will present a program of solo works for piano performed by Christine Diwyk at 3 p.m. Sunday in the auditorium of the Owen D. Young Central School on state Route 80 in the village of Van Hornesville. The concert, which is presented by the Catskill Conservatory, in association with the Van Hornesville Community Corp., is part of a 40-year collaboration between those two organizations.