Troy Night Out (TNO) is a monthly arts and cultural event that takes place the last Friday of every month in Downtown Troy from 5 PM until 9 PM. The event regularly draws thousands of people onto the streets of Troy, and attendees are able to enjoy art events, music venues, fine restaurants as well as unique boutiques of all varieties. Official Troy Night Out website

The Arts Center of the Capital Region embraces this opportunity to make art accessible to all and strives to offer a free event, performance, art exhibits, and artist receptions at our facility each Troy Night Out. Check this site often for the most up-to-date information about our TNO offerings. Check out this great article about TNO! 


October 27, 2017 5-9pm


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

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.

Through Our Eyes | Stories of Domestic Violence Survivors 
October 19 – November 5, in the Foyer Gallery & Faculty + Student Gallery

Domestic Violence is an issue that affects many of our individual stories. Presented by Unity House DV Services, this exhibition beautifully depicts the range of experiences survivors go through including fear, strength, isolation, love, loss, resiliency, struggle and empowerment. The featured artists are both survivors of domestic violence as well as those touched by domestic violence in their lives.

Interactive Gaming Showcase, presented by Tech Valley Game Space

tvgs_logo_with_bgTech Valley Game Space continues their series of TNO showcase events with an exhibition of locally created games in the Digital Arts Studio at the Arts Center. Macs and PCs are available on a first-come, first-serve basis – perfect for showing off your work-in-progress games.

The showcase is free and open to everyone, and TVGS welcomes you to show off games that are in any state of completion. So bring along your project for some playtesting and feedback, or just stop by and join in the fun!

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