Albany Center Gallery is excited to partner with The Times Union for our satellite exhibit to take place at the Times Union Center during The Great Northeast Home Show.
The Opening Reception is February 8, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Award announcement at 7:00 p.m.
There will be a $250 prize awarded for Best in Show, by jurors Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions at Saratoga Arts, Tony Iadicicco, Executive Director of Albany Center Gallery and Michael Janairo, Arts & Entertainment Editor, Times Union.
Admission is $10. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will accompany a cash bar.
Contact the gallery for pre-sale tickets for Friday, February 8th. Artists will be on hand February 8th to discuss their work and offer guidance to interested buyers.
Contact: email@example.com or 518.462.4775
Exhibit runs from February 8-10 during the following hours:
The local artists whose work will be on display include:
Jesse Aidere, Joseph R. Allard, Irena Altmanova, Bob Anderson, Fern T. Apfel, Arlene Baker, Cyndy Barbone, Christine Batson, Newbold Bohemia, Paul Bouchard, R. Jane Bouchard, Laura Cannamela, Steven Carberry, Lorainne B. Chesin, James Cramer, Michael Cunningham, Chris DeMarco, Emily Dorr, Sandra D. Dwileski, Dorothy Englander, Chris Escobar, Chip Fasciana, Alicia Flannery, Nat Friedman, James Arlen Gillaspie, Patrick Picou Harrington, William Hetzer, Dave Higgins, Marion C. Honors, Jenny Hutchinson, Scott Keidong, Erik Laffer, Jeremy Lebediker, Peter Leue, Bob Lynk, Lisa Lytle, David McDonald, Ryan Lewis Merritt, Chuck Miller, Catherine Wagner Minnery, Nedra Newby, Alex Nye, Joan Oliver, Steven Omlor, Jillian Platt, Raymond Puffer, Larry Rosenmann, Jeremy Schoonmaker, Russell Serrianne, Mike Shanno, Colleen Skiff, Terry Slade, Jason Spiro, Susan Stuart, Tony Thompson, Robert Francis Whelan, Robert Whiting, Aurora, Nat Friedman, and Harold Gubnitsky.
Exhibit runs from February 8-10 during GNHS hours. For more information about the Home Show please visit HERE.
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In an effort to reach outside of the gallery walls, ACG conceived project art, a series of limited-time-only art shows that serve as an extension of ACG’s mission to showcase local art.
“We were looking at ways to expand our presence and diversify our audience while highlighting the great buildings and spaces we have in our Downtown neighborhoods – some of which people might not be aware of.” -Tony Iadicicco, Executive Director, ACG
The first show in the project art series took place on November 2 in a three-story building at 46 Columbia Street.Titled Capital Identity, the one-night-only show featured the work of three of Albany’s hottest young artists: Patrick Porter, Alex Waters, and RADICAL!
The opening drew a large, diverse crowd of visitors – and even brought a tenant into the previously unoccupied space.