GALLERY HOURS:

Monday-Thursday: 9AM-7:30PM | Friday: 9AM-4PM | Saturday: 9AM-5PM | Sunday: Noon-4PM

Exhibitions are free and open to the public, and are sponsored by YTK Photography, Karen + Chet Opalka, and the Marcelle Foundation.

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


FALL 2017 EXHIBITIONS:

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So It Would Seem | Laura Christensen, Steve Rein
Robert Guille + Anthony Pezzula
October 27 – December 27, Main Gallery
Public Reception: Friday, October 27 5-9PM
Artist Talk & Tour: Thursday, December 14 |6-8PM

On the surface, photographs are a direct reflection of life, portraying people or places as they were in a particular moment, captured in time for eternity. Beyond the image, they embody the moods, memories, dreams, and even the very soul of their subjects, encompassed by the surrounding past and future. This exhibition unveils those miens that once lay dormant. The exhibited artists awaken and inspirit whimsical and ironic qualities, revealing narratives that would otherwise remain submerged.

Facebook event link:
So It Would Seem: Artist Talk and Tour


ELEMENTS OF NATURE  | Center for Disability Services 
November 24 – December 24, Foyer Gallery

Since May of 2007, the Center for Disability Services has sponsored an Art Exhibit highlighting the creativity and talents of people of varying ages and abilities from pre-school through senior citizens. The only requirement is that the individual receives some service offered by the Center – Education, Adult Day Program, Residential, Center Health Care, Service Coordination, Supported Employment or medical, dental or therapy services.

Throughout the year, Center employees are encouraged to incorporate the arts into daily activities to enhance effectiveness and work towards goals for physical and cognitive development, communication and independence.  The Center Art Exhibit has evolved to become truly inclusive so artwork made by employees is now displayed alongside pieces created by people who participate in the Center’s programs and services.

The Awards Reception is a highlight for many participants. Specially selected judges, some with a background in the arts and some with connections to the field of developmental disabilities, choose pieces for community exhibits and Center galleries. It is an exciting moment for the artists and for the guests who attend the reception. As you view each piece and enjoy the colors, forms and subject matter, try to imagine the joy which each artist experienced as he or she embarked on the process of art-making.

 

 

 

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