NCPR radio host, Crane music teacher to receive SLC Arts Council Arts Recognition Awards March 24
POTSDAM – The St. Lawrence County Arts Council will present Arts Recognition Awards to Paul Siskind and Todd Moe of Norwood Saturday, March 24 during the annual Membership Celebration.The events takes place in the dance studio on the second floor of Downtown Snell Hall, 41 Elm St.
The celebration will begin at 4 p.m. with a welcome from the board of directors, followed by an overview of the annual report on the recent activities of the council. New directors for the board will be introduced and elected by the membership.
The event will conclude with the presentation of the Arts Recognition Awards.
The Arts Recognition Awards honor artists who have made a significant contribution to the arts and cultural life of our region.
Todd Moe is the regular host of the “8 O’Clock Hour” during the NCPR morning broadcast, and is known for his lively reports on cultural events and activities around the region. Paul Siskind is a dedicated music teacher and composer at the Crane School of Music; he has been voted "Teacher of the Year" on campus three times, which is the record at that university. The two artists have shared their time and talents with many residents, students, and visitors of the North Country.
This event is free and all are welcome to attend.