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Artistree/Purple Crayon is a non-profit committed to making creative expression and its appreciation accessible to our community.

Music Performances

Jeremiah McLane, Owen Marshall and Corey DiMario, are each masters of their respective instruments (accordion, bouzouki/guitar and bass) and their repertoire includes tunes from France, the British Isles and original compositions.
Four individuals who are welded musically together by shared interests in many musical genres and a shared interest in developing a musical platform that didn't require vast amounts of electronic equipment to haul around and maintain.
A presentation of sound and shape, through the work of women artists, exploring common elements of composition through aural and visual means.

Theatre

I Remember Better When I Paint is the first international documentary about the positive impact of art and other creative therapies on people with Alzheimer’s and how these approaches can change the way society looks at the disease.
This award-winning drama follows the tale of a beautiful street musician suffering from memory loss and a disheartened neuroscientist determined to help her.
Be careful what you wish for, as Stephen Sondheim’s and James Lapine’s cockeyed fairytale comes to life in this adaptation of their groundbreaking, Tony Award-winning musical.

Gallery

Featuring the works of Betsy Goldsborough (1929-2018), Brenda Phillips (1956-2018), Margaret McCracken (1952-2019)
A juried show of artists from the northeast looking to explore "the book" as concept, object and format.

Artistree News

ArtisTree is delighted to partner once again in support of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefellar National Historical Park Artist-in-Residence program.
Our Summer Brochure is available in print (available at area schools, our lobby, Teago General Store, or mail), online, or you can download and browse the entire brochure here: Download the 2019 Summer…
Painting outdoors in the open air can be a frustrating and discouraging experience for a beginner. Even the most advanced plein air painters have experienced some overwhelming feelings when they first began painting outdoors. However you will discover that the struggles and initial failures are totally worth it.