The Lake George Arts Project has announced a new exhibit featuring recent work by Katherine Chwazik, set to be on display at the Courthouse Gallery from March 7th through April 10th. » Continue Reading.
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Diggory Exhibiting Adirondack Lake Views at Albany Institute
Adirondack lakes are featured in Anne Diggory’s art exhibition at the Albany Institute of History and Art, “All in a Day’s Work” which opens with a lecture and reception April 7th at 2 pm.
The show includes six artworks based on a day at Crane Point on Blue Mountain Lake and other groups based on the view from Recluse Island in Lake George, from Partridge Island in Upper Saranac Lake and from her canoe along the Bog River. Several works combine her contemporary view with how the scene was painted in the 19th century. » Continue Reading.
Food and Farms Business Expo Planned
Taste NY is set to host the Capital District Food and Farms Business Expo, a business-to-business trade show supporting New York agriculture and agriculture products, on Tuesday, October 30th from 10 am to 2 pm, at The Desmond Hotel, 660 Albany Shaker Rd, Albany.
The event is an opportunity for vendors and buyers to cultivate new, local business relationships. » Continue Reading.
Albany Lecture Explores Hudson River School, National Parks
The Albany Institute of History & Art is set to host Rebecca Bedell, associate Professor of Art at Wellesley College, on Sunday, October 14 at 2 pm for a lecture on the Hudson River School movement and their relation to America’s national parks. The lecture is included with museum admission. Space is limited and attendees will receive a wristband at the admission desk the day of the lecture. » Continue Reading.
Free Museum Board Training Being Held
The Museum Association of New York (MANY) has announced a lineup of free Board Development Workshops, sponsored by the New York State Office of Cultural Education. In partnership with the New York Council on Nonprofits, MANY aims to raise the professionalism and leadership of cultural institutions by providing quality board training for museums.
Below are dates and addresses for regional events scheduled in Albany and Utica: » Continue Reading.
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