Saratoga Springs is home to a vibrant arts community and the events and happenings extend far beyond the summer season. We’ve rounded up the latest arts news for you to catch up on:
Spring Street Gallery
Spring Street Gallery recently opened an art exhibit displaying art from an array of people who are not artists. Instead, the featured art is from dispatchers, nurses, medical nuclear physicists and more employees from The Adirondack Trust Company, Saratoga Hospital and the City of Saratoga Springs. The selected works include paintings, photography, dance pieces and poetry. Proceeds from the show will benefit the Saratoga Foundation for Innovative Learning, a non-profit made up of community members which seeks to employ creative opportunities in the Saratoga Springs School District. The exhibit is currently running and will close on November 6th.
A Chorus Line
Looking to see a classic dance show? Home Made Theater is premiering their production of “A Chorus Line” at the Spa Little Theater. Exuberant and uplifting, this is a show for all who love the thrills and triumphs of theater. The show will run through October 25th.
Literary Dramatist Coming to SPAC
Celebrated literary dramatist Barbara Rinella will bring life to Sally Bedell Smith’s bestseller, Elizabeth the Queen: Portrait of a Modern Monarch as the centerpiece of SPAC’s annual Fall Lecture Luncheon on Thursday, October 22nd at 10:00 AM. Rinella’s performance will illuminate the private moments of Queen Elizabeth II’s public life as the longest reigning monarch in British history. Tickets are $85 and available through SPAC.