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An Art Exhibit that Supports Farmland Preservation: Landscapes for Landsake, Preview

A Landscape by Ann Fitzgibbons. Image Courtesy of Agricultural Stewardship Association.
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A Unique Exhibit of Painting and Photography Preview of ASA’s Landscapes for Landsake Annual Exhibit Washington and northern Rensselaer Counties offer incredibly scenic views this time of year. The leaves are beginning to peak and the temperature changes from oppressive heat to crisp, cooler weather. These scenic landscapes fused with the farming traditions of the Upper Hudson Valley will be [...]

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Landscapes for Landsake in Washington County, October 6-8

Wedding Hill Romney by Leslie Peck
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An Art Show For Farmland Preservation The ASA’s Landscapes for Landsake Exhibit, October 6-8 Washington and northern Rensselaer Counties provide some of the most scenic views on a fall day. In addition to colorful fall foliage, small family farms and pastoral scenes combine to create an almost magical experience. The scenic landscapes and farming traditions of [...]

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Toulouse-Lautrec and the Annual Regional Juried High School Art Exhibition at the Hyde, Review

Hannah McCasland, Grade 10, Queensbury, Polly Dolly
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A Mix of Old and New Styles of Art in Glens Falls Toulouse-Lautrec and New Works by High School Students at the Hyde, Review The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls is currently hosting two incredibly imaginative exhibits, both in terms of their scope and originality. The 21st Annual Regional Juried High School Art Exhibition and Toulouse-Lautrec [...]

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A Gather of Glass at the Albany Institute of History and Art, Review

An Albany Glass Works Flask
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A Gather of Glass, Review A Fascinating Overview of Glassworks from the Area The Albany Institute of History and Art is always a place of variety and wonder, housing a multitude of significant artifacts from ancient times to very recent history. Toys from our childhoods, mummies, presidential displays, plus a gift shop—all packed into a [...]

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Ben Rubin: A Shakespeare Accelerator at EMPAC, Preview

Ben Rubin: Shakespeare Accelerator. Photo Courtesy of Ben Rubin
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Ben Rubin: A Shakespeare Accelerator: Experiments in Kinetic Language at EMPAC, Preview A Modern Interpretation of the Bard’s Work William Shakespeare’s plays have been perpetually performed for four hundred years; there have been so many film and TV versions (420+) that they’ve formed their own sub-genre, and the Bard’s works continue to be a part [...]

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Smith College Museum of Art in Northampton: Jerome Liebling Exhibit, Review

Miners Wife, Hibbing Minnesota by Jerome Liebling
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Jerome Liebling Exhibit at the Smith College Museum of Art, Review An Exhibit of the Renowned Photographer’s Work in Northampton As you approach the Smith College Museum of Art (SCMA) in Northampton, Massachusetts, there are large, color banners catching the wind. These banners are for the larger of the current exhibits, specifically for Cross Currents: [...]

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“I Myself Have Seen It”: Photography and Kiki Smith at the Tang; I (Too) Have Seen It, A Review

Kiki Smith
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Review of Kiki Smith’s “I Myself Have Seen It” at the Tang Museum Photographic Representations by Kiki Smith Over the past three decades Kiki Smith has made a name for herself, making art in all forms, but she is best known for her sculptures and printmaking. She has been classified as a feminist artist, but [...]

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The 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Project Exhibit Opens at bjsartworks in Glens Falls

bjsartworks Gallery
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Break the Chains: 4th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Project Exhibit at bjsartworks Break the Chains Exhibit at bjsartworks Brings Attention to Domestic Violence Most people have heard that October is national Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But it is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Starting October 1st and running until the 31st, bjsartworks in Glens Falls [...]

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Capital City Perspectives: A Review of the smAlbany Exhibit at the UAG Gallery

Utopia (Bike Man II) by Lorenz Worden
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smAlbany Exhibit at the UAG Gallery, Review Upstate Artists Guild: Artwork Inspired by Albany The term “smAlbany” is frequently evoked by residents of New York’s Capital City to explain the phenomena of running into friends in unexpected places or learning that the stranger you meet happens to know everyone you know. The smAlbany exhibit, currently [...]

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Pulp-Tastic: The Pulp Fiction Paintings Exhibit at Union College’s Mandeville Gallery (Review)

Pulp Fiction Paintings, Union College
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Pulp Fiction Paintings, Mandeville Gallery, Union College, Review Pulp Fiction & Art Picture a time and place where fear is simple: the enemy is an outsider with ugly distinguishing features, while you are a handsome, muscular male hero or a beautiful feminine victim. The wild and unknown is dangerous—space, the jungle, the frontier. Such is [...]

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