The Lake George Arts Project is a major arts organization in Lake George, NY, that offers comprehensive programming for residents and visitors in the region. Their Courthouse Gallery is open year round, and they host exhibitions and special events.
About the Lake George Arts Project
Established in 1977, the Lake George Arts Project's mission is to provide exposure and income opportunities to professional and emerging artists and make arts programming accessible for all. Thanks to the generous support of their members, sponsors, and partners, many of their concerts, programs, and gallery shows are free and open to the public.
In addition to the Courthouse Gallery in Lake George Village, the Arts Project is known for its creative and diverse fundraising events, such as Bands and Beans, a Summer Sunset Cruise, a golf tournament in May and September, and more. They typically host summer concerts and a special Jazz Weekend as well.
Note: For the 2020 season, the summer concert series and Jazz Weekend are canceled. However, they will be gathering amazing jazz performers in the virtual world for a Jazz at the Lake Reimagined program; a series of 4 hybrid events that combine performances, a discussion with the artists and time to ask your favorite musician the questions you’ve been eager to have answered.
Visit the Courthouse Gallery
The Lake George Arts Project's Courthouse Gallery presents six exhibitions yearly of regional and national contemporary visual artists in all media. It's the site for many literary, musical, and visual art workshops, classes, presentations, readings, meetings, and other fun and educational events.
The Courthouse Gallery is located at the side entrance of the Old County Courthouse in the heart of Lake George Village, and it's open year round.