Fall into the New Season with the Albany Institute of History & Art

These past couple of months have been all about change. Luckily, with change comes new experiences such as the fresh exhibits at the Albany Institute of History & Art. So, if you missed Ruby Silvious’ take on Go Green fashion in her Recycled and Refashioned exhibit

or Walter Launt Palmer’s enchanting Venetian scenes in the ocean during moonlight, you don’t have to fret.  

The galleries are currently being prepared for the two new exhibitions: 2020 Exhibitions by Artists of the Mohawk Region juried by Susan Cross, and Summerland: A Sound Installation curated by Matthew Ostroski. Both of these will be ready for show on September 19, 2020. The Albany Institute of History & Art would not want you to miss out, so they are offering half price admission to the museum galleries now through September 18.  

If you’re still not sure this interests you, below is a sneak preview of the exhibit A Fresh Look at Eighteenth Century Portraits.

This is a detail of the painting “A View of Catskill Mountain House” by Sarah Cole.

Applications are now live for the position of Director of Development. For more information, please click HERE.

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