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Muse 2015 scheduled for Saturday April 25th has been postponed to a date later in August to coincide with Screen on
the Square opening festivities. The Annual Muse event celebrates the NCAC’s gallery space, Arts on the Square's yearly
Anniversary.

The event is comprised of an art exhibit and an opening night with live music, poetry and dance presentations.



Questions or concerns email, exhibitions manager hmarshall@nnyart.org or Kris Marsala, NCAC President

president@nnyart.org

..continuing at Arts on the Square

Kris Marsala Retrospective "I'm Not Dead Yet"


Next Feature Exhibit
at Arts on the Square

May 13th-June 13th
Exhibit Social Friday May 16th, 6-9pm
Meet the artists
Refreshments and light appetizers served
$5 cover, Free for NCAC members

"Soda & Pop" Taylor & David Soderquist

Taylor is  the 2014 NCAC Fall Art Show, Emerging Artist award winner.

He is 25 years of age and his primary passion is Art. He is self taught with a strong desire to continue his art studies. His
primary medium is oil and acrylic on canvas and tilts towards abstract expressionism with multi-layered approaches

The "Pop" in Soda & Pop is David, born and raised in Watertown New York. He recently retired from a 27 year career  in
the financial services industry as an Investment Adviser. It is been a blessing for him to be able to retire early and pick up
the paint brush and the camera, which have always been his real passions.