Mon-Thurs: 11AM-7PM

Friday: 9AM-4PM
Saturday: 9AM-5PM
Sunday: Noon-4PM

Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

All receptions coincide with Troy Night Out, the last Friday of the month, unless otherwise noted.



Every Which Way | Abraham Ferraro
March 25 – April 24, 2016
Opening reception: Friday, March 25, 5-9PM
Artist talk + reception: Sunday, April 24, 1PM

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As If + Directions (detail) by Abraham Ferraro

In Every Which Way, Abraham Ferraro will present several new and ongoing pieces. Directions is a series of mail-able sculptures complete with mailing addresses, postage, shipping labels, and installation directions on the sculptures. A different series of wall mounted mail-able sculptures with laser cut imagery will be unveiled for the first time in the capital district, and presented in a Warholian manner. Lastly, a new series of interactive giant light switches will be sure to light up the gallery for the viewer!


Hudson Valley Seed Packs | Art of the Heirloom
March 25 – April 24, 2016
Opening reception: Friday, March 25, 5-9PM

Seed Pack Image 2016

Cornell’s Bush Delicata, Seed Pack Design by Sarah Paolucci

Artists are cultural seed savers, selecting which kernels of beauty, color, and form to keep alive and pass on to future generations. Each year, the Hudson Valley Seed Library commissions contemporary artists to interpret a distinctive selection of the heirloom varieties in our seed catalog. Each work of art becomes a unique seed pack that celebrates the beauty, diversity and cultural importance of the heirloom seeds held within each pack. The original artwork is then displayed in a traveling exhibition that has been shown at The Arts Center since 2013. Learn more about this traveling exhibit and the Hudson Valley Seed Library at This exhibit is co-sponsored by Capital Roots

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Capital Roots started in 1975 as a community service project of Garden Way, the former manufacturer of Troy-Bilt Lawn and Garden Equipment. Our Vision for the future is of a Capital Region where every person has access to fresh, affordable, healthy food. Today Capital Roots works to reduce the impact of poor nutrition on public health in New York’s Capital Region by organizing community gardens, providing healthy food access, offering nutritional and horticultural education for all ages and coordinating urban greening programs in Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady and southern Saratoga Counties.


Human Trafficking in Our Neighborhoods:
A Community Responds | Joanne Van Genderen

March 19 – April 24, 2016
Opening reception: Friday, March 25, 5-9PM

Joanne Van Genderen

The Advocate by Joanne Van Genderen


Joanne Van Genderen’s grant project is designed to raise awareness of the impact of human trafficking in our neighborhoods. By giving a voice to this human rights violation, Joanne hopes to increase our community’s support of local programs whose mission is to provide assistance to individuals who have been trafficked or are at-risk of being trafficked in any capacity. The artwork in this exhibit has been created in collaboration with many Schenectady community members who work in various social service fields. After interviewing participants about their work, the narratives served to inform Joanne’s creative process.

Joanne Van Genderen is the recipient of the 2015 Individual Artist Commission for  Schenectady County, a grant program funded by The Arts Center of the Capital Region through the New York State Council on the Arts.

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