Saratoga Arts – Call for Art

The Arts Center Gallery at Saratoga Arts is developing its 2020 exhibition season. We invite artists working in any medium to apply for consideration by our exhibitions review panel. Artists will be considered for solo, two-person or small group exhibitions in our 2,000 square foot gallery space. Strong preference is given to artworks within a…

The Center for Photography at Woodstock Call for Art

Call for Entry: Photography Now 2019:DEADLINE EXTENDED to FEBRUARY 28, 2019 at 11:59pm ETCPW’s annual Photography Now exhibition celebrates the plurality of photography. All photographic techniques and approaches are welcome, from analog to digital, fine art, directorial, narrative, documentary, political, social justice, identity, portrait, landscape, still life, mixed media incorporating photography, photographic installations, digital imaging and collage!…

Upcoming Exhibitions at the Tang Museum

The Second Buddha: Master of Time Wachenheim Gallery Feb 9, 2019 – May 19, 2019 Link to details Elevator Music 38: Bioni Samp – Digital Beehive Elevator Jan 26, 2019 – Mar 10, 2019 Link to details The Shelf Winter Gallery Jan 26, 2019 – Apr 14, 2019 Link to details Hyde Gallery #2: Rainbow…

The Arts Center of the Capital Region is Hiring

The Arts Center of the Capital Region is looking to hire creative and motivated camp counselors for the upcoming summer art camps. Camps are offered for ages 6-17 and occur Monday-Friday from June 24th-August 31st. This position is full-time and requires commitment for all weeks of camp. Camp Coordinator The camp coordinator works closely with…

Theater at Opalka

A Staged Reading CAMP LOGAN (A World War I Military Drama in Two Acts) Directed by Jean-Remy Monnay Tuesday, February 26, 6:30pm Written by Celeste Bedford Walker, an entertaining and compelling story of six Black U.S. soldiers and the incidents leading up to the tragic 1917 racially-charged riot at their Camp Logan base in Houston, TX during…

Samuel Delany Lecture at Opalka

Samuel Delany Thursday, February 21st at 4:30pm Conversation @ Opalka 7:30pm Lecture at UAlbany Downtown Campus 135 Western Ave. A one-of-a-kind giant of American literature, Delany is a disruptive practitioner of “outsider art,” an explorer of African American and Gay identities, and one of the most influential and innovative science fiction writers of the last half century.Co-sponsored by the New York…

University Art Museum at Upcoming Exhibition

Carrie Schneider Artist Talk and Gallery Walk-through University at Albany Tuesday, February 19, 4:30 p.m. Motivated by Linda Nochlin’s 1971 historical text “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?,” Carrie Schneider: Rapt features Schneider’s ongoing photographic series Reading Women. From 2012-14 the artist approached one hundred friends—including artists, writers, and musicians—to read a book of their choice, written by…

Albany Center Gallery Ecological Arts Workshop

The Capital Roots Community Gardens Program and Albany Center Gallery partner to offer a workshop combining plants and art.  Learn to draw out vibrant colors from nature’s palette, all while staying waste-conscious! Participants will experiment using natural plant-based dyes and food scrap stamps to create their own eco-friendly dyed fabrics and watercolor prints. Space is limited, RSVP by…

Student Reception at Opalka

IN PLACE OF NOW + MUSIC VIDEO SCREENING FRI, 2/15 5:30pmOpalka Gallery, Sage College of Albany Come see Opalka Gallery’s new exhibition, In Place of Now, eat pizza, and enjoy a fun film program presented by Albany’s Youth FX.  In Place of Now: An exploration of Black identity through an Afrofuturist lens, In Place of Now showcases artists who engage in…