Get Your Spook On! October is the month for all things spooktacular. In the ‘spirit’ of staying true to our founder Frances Marion Brown’s vision, “To bring good theater by local casts to Oswego and its environs, and to have fun doing it,” join the Oswego Players and the Art Association of Oswego for an entertaining paranormal presentation featuring evidence and experiences recorded in the theater by Soul Searchers.
Soul Searchers will do two events on Sat, Oct 1, at 5 and 7 PM. Tickets are $15 each and should be purchased in advanced through the AAO website or reserved in advance by calling The Oswego Players’ ticket booth at 315-343-5138. Buy a raffle ticket (or several) to win an overnight investigation with the Soul Searchers!
| At the Art Studio, is a workshop series for children and young adults offered by the Art Department at SUNY Oswego. The series is gearing up to begin its first fall program. Offering 4 sections divided by grade level (Early Elementary, Late Elementary, Middle School, and High School). Programming runs for six consecutive Saturdays from October 8th to November 12th, 10 am-Noon. Registration is now open. Income based scholarships are available. For information, contact the Art Department at 312-2111 or email at atas.oswego.edu. You can also visit them online at www.attheartstudio.org.
Upcoming Classe at AAO
|Current Exhibits at the AAO …
paintings by Beth Sotherden
The AAO is looking for volunteers to ensure the art gallery is open to the public. If you have a few hours to spare, please use our new on-line sign up located here: http://www.oswegoarts.org/gallery-sitter-sign-up/ .
Once you commit to a date you will receive an email to confirm. You will also receive an email reminder as the date approaches.
The AAO offers year-round enriching art and entertainment with something for everyone. The organization is a vital, active, multidimensional center for the arts, art making, and creativity – thanks to our many volunteers. Join us for the variety of events and classes we have to offer. New members, volunteers, and visitors are always welcome.
You will find us in the former Fort Ontario Quartermaster’s Building now known as the Oswego Civic Arts Center, Oswego. We share this building with the Oswego Players and their 60-seat auditorium.
Contact us for further information about any of our classes, exhibitions and activities.