Rustic Revival: Gilborn to speak at Adirondack Museum

The Adirondack Museum opened three new rustic exhibits in 2007. They include "Adirondack Rustic: Nature's Art 1876 - 1950," "Adirondack Rustic Revival," and "Tree Art: Adirondack Rustic Furniture."

Craig Gilborn served as the director of the Adirondack Museum for more than twenty years. Previously he was director of the Delaware State Arts Council and a staff member at the Henry Francis DuPont Winterthur Museum. He lives in Vermont with his wife Alice.

The Adirondack Museum celebrates fifty years of telling the story of the Adirondacks all season long with fresh new exhibits, special events, and hands-on activities for visitors of every age. The museum will be open each day from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. from May 25 through Oct. 14 and the last two weekends of October; closed Sept. 7 for Rustic Fair preparations. Free admission for residents of the Adirondack Park May 25 - June 30, and in October. For more information about exhibits and programs in 2007, call 352-7311, or visit www.adirondackmuseum.org .

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