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. Receptions are sponsored by B-rad’s Bistro & Catering.


FALL 2016 EXHIBITIONS:

Screenprint Biennial 2016
October 28-December 23, Main Gallery
Opening Reception: Friday, October 28, 5-9PM
Artist’s Symposium: Saturday, October 29
11AM-12PM | Printmaker’s Roundtable at The Arts Center
1 PM-2PM | Artist Talk with Josh MacPhee at Collar Works Gallery

Cannon, Christopher_Runaways on Hunt Street_ Web Version
Runaways on Hunt Street by Christopher Cannon

The 2016 Screenprint Biennial is an art exhibition that showcases a range of screenprint-based art applications, from framed, editioned prints, to installation, sculpture, video, ephemera, and posters. This juried exhibition will showcase artists from around the country who utilize adventurous, relevant and passionate takes on the screenprinted medium. The Screenprint Biennial is the curatorial project of Nathan Meltz, printmaker and lecturer in the Art Department of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.


Under the Sea to the Kitchen Sink | Center for Disability Services
October 28-December 23, Foyer Gallery
Opening Reception: Friday, October 28, 5-9PM

Under the Sea to the Kitchen Sink is an eclectic combination of artworks showcasing materials and subject matter that are found all around us, if we just look hard enough. Works by individuals of varying ages and abilities, from preschool to senior citizen, were selected by the Arts Center’s Director of Exhibits, Sara Boylen, and Instructor Madison LaVallee, from the Center for Disability Services’ annual exhibition on S. Manning Blvd. The audience will find useable items made from clay and textiles as well as depictions of favorite memories and pretty much everything else from “Under the Sea” to the “Kitchen Sink”.


 

 

 

 

 

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