Selected Group Exhibits:
February 26 – April 6, 2012, A breath of contemporary! art exhibit: Renegade artist show with Joanne Court, Geoff Sanford, Aaron Hobson and Nadia Korths. Saranac Lake Free Library. Mapping the Familiar; a community map show produced by Jess Jeffreys, shares the space. Two audio readings of The black angel and one of Black, blue indigo sky.
September 2011, Annual Adirondack Juried Art Show: A Showcase of Regional Artists, Lake Placid Center for the Arts, NY. Spring Twisted Growth, 2011
March 2011, Hecho en Mazatlan Exhibition, Luna Gallery, Mazatlan, Mexico
March 2011, Annual Juried Exhibit, Adirondack Artists Guild, Saranac Lake, NY
The Autumn Series I was juried into the gallery exhibit titled Diversity at the Visitor’s Interpretative Center in Paul Smiths, NY November 2009. It was one of 22 selected out of 63 submitted by 36 artists. Organized through the Arts Council of Northern Adirondacks (ACNA).
July 2009, Open Community Show, Saranac Lake Free Library Cantwell Gallery, Saranac Lake, NY. Third Thursday Art Walk – Demonstration of printmaking using found objects and styrofoam with audience participation.
January 2008, Figures and Faces Group Exhibit, by invitation only, Adirondack Artists Guild, Saranac Lake, NY. Piece selected by North Country Public Radio as image to represent show in art section of ncpr.org.
March 2007, Annual Juried Invitational Show, Adirondack Artists Guild, Saranac Lake, NY. Piece selected by North Country Public Radio as image to represent show in art section of ncpr.org.
One or Two-Person Exhibits
October 2008, Two Interpretations of Nature Exhibit, Sheri Amsel and Nadia Korths, Saranac Lake Free Library Cantwell Gallery, Saranac Lake, NY.
July 2003, Two-Women Show, Carol Vossler and Nadia Korths, Saranac Lake Free Library Cantwell Gallery, Saranac Lake, NY.
July 1998, Two-Women Show, Barbara Waters and Nadia Korths, Saranac Lake Free Library Cantwell Gallery, Saranac Lake, NY.
Print, Prose and Recycle – Arts in Education Grant
New York State Council of the Arts via North Country Cultural Center
Ten 8th grade students from Keene Central School will create handprints made from self gathered human debris using an Eastern, non-toxic, abstract style of printmaking paired with short descriptive prose vignettes of their everyday lives. Each student will pair seven prints with seven word images to create two copies of one art art book; one to gift and one to keep. January through June 2013.
NYFA MARK Program 2011
Press and Publications:
Neighbors present Enchanted Christmas on Helen Hill, Weekender, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, November 23, 2011, p. 8.
Nadia Korths creates art from life, Caperton Tissot, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, October 27, 2010, p. 8.
St. Lawrence County Arts Council
New York Foundation of the Arts
Anthropology, BA, Plattsburgh, NY 1981