For the first time in five decades, SPAC has announced upcoming summer programming prior to the holiday season with the Holiday Collection. The Holiday Collection is a selection of nine incredible programs handpicked to help audiences celebrate the season. Get all the details!
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Looking for the latest arts, nonprofit and education news in Saratoga? From upcoming events happening in the area to esteemed honors given to a SPAC resident artist, we have you covered. Take a look:
It's been a busy two weeks in Saratoga's arts and non-profit communities! Check out these four headlines that caught our attention.
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, known for its innovative interdisciplinary exhibitions and arts programs, has announced a series of special events to mark The Tang's 15th Anniversary on Saturday, October 17th. Get the details:
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Black Dimensions in Art, Inc., in collaboration with Saratoga Arts, will present Many Rivers. This showcase of established and emerging artists from the United States, Africa, Europe and the Caribbean is an exhibition you do not want to miss out on seeing.
"I can hear that whistle blow..." by Elizabeth Zunon
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore has announced its fall 2015 exhibitions and events schedule. This season is sure to be a special one, as the Tang will celebrate its 15th Anniversary this October! Take a look at the line-up of events:
Photo by Bill Foster
On Tuesday, August 25th, there will be a coming together of local artists and musicians to support a charity that plans to build a school for impoverished children in Uganda.
Kick off the start of Travers Festival with a fantastic showcase of art in Saratoga Springs. The Saratoga Arts Celebration is not an event you'll want to miss!
Did you know that Fridays at SPAC are family nights? Before The Philadelphia Orchestra and New York City Ballet performances, families can enjoy fun activities such as chalk contests, balloon animals, free Stewarts ice cream, an instrument petting zoo and more, all on the lawn at SPAC!
Saratoga Springs is already known for its vibrant performing arts scene, but a recently announced partnership seeks to expand it even more. Universal Preservation Hall, a former church that has hosted a variety of events since the early 2000's, is teaming up with one of the Capital Region's most prominent venues, and this partnership will certainly be beneficial for all parties.