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John Mccutcheon Virtual Tour, Christopher Polentz: The Promised Land

Events January 9-January 13, 2021

Chris Polentz's art is inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930), with its social outcasts of carny folk, sideshow freaks-and-geeks.
Chris Polentz's art is inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930), with its social outcasts of carny folk, sideshow freaks-and-geeks.

John Mccutcheon Virtual Tour

There'll be loads of new songs and stories, plus plenty of old favorites. We're gathering the presenting partners who've sponsored me all these years so that they could benefit from these live-streaming concerts, as well.

Folk music veteran John McCutcheon writes political songs for adult audiences. He’s been a fixture on the scene for nearly 50 years; he’s released over three dozen albums since the 1970s. He is master of the hammered dulcimer and plays guitar, banjo, autoharp, and fiddle. His newest was released in 2019, To Everyone in All the World: A Celebration of Pete Seeger.

When: Saturday, January 9 and Saturday, January 16, 4 pm

Where: folkmusic.com

Sunday | 10

Christopher Polentz: The Promised Land

Chris Polentz's art is inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930), with its social outcasts of carny folk, sideshow freaks-and-geeks.

Inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930) and its social outcasts, Christopher Polentz has endeavored to re-represent the unwanted slice of society through the innocence of children.

When: Ongoing until Sunday, February 14.

Where: Sparks Gallery, 530 Sixth Avenue, Downtown. sparksgallery.com

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Chris Polentz's art is inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930), with its social outcasts of carny folk, sideshow freaks-and-geeks.
Chris Polentz's art is inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930), with its social outcasts of carny folk, sideshow freaks-and-geeks.

John Mccutcheon Virtual Tour

There'll be loads of new songs and stories, plus plenty of old favorites. We're gathering the presenting partners who've sponsored me all these years so that they could benefit from these live-streaming concerts, as well.

Folk music veteran John McCutcheon writes political songs for adult audiences. He’s been a fixture on the scene for nearly 50 years; he’s released over three dozen albums since the 1970s. He is master of the hammered dulcimer and plays guitar, banjo, autoharp, and fiddle. His newest was released in 2019, To Everyone in All the World: A Celebration of Pete Seeger.

When: Saturday, January 9 and Saturday, January 16, 4 pm

Where: folkmusic.com

Sunday | 10

Christopher Polentz: The Promised Land

Chris Polentz's art is inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930), with its social outcasts of carny folk, sideshow freaks-and-geeks.

Inspired by the golden age of the traveling carnival (1870-1930) and its social outcasts, Christopher Polentz has endeavored to re-represent the unwanted slice of society through the innocence of children.

When: Ongoing until Sunday, February 14.

Where: Sparks Gallery, 530 Sixth Avenue, Downtown. sparksgallery.com

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