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Art Happens
(clockwise from top left) Artist Yacob Williams left his mark on Arbor Hill’s North Swan Street with four new murals; 34 artists contributed to Horses: Saratoga Style, a summerlong exhibition of sculptures on the streets of Saratoga Springs; Nadia Trinkala opened her Trink Gallery with a splashy party in the summer, then closed the space quietly in the fall; Ruth Pelham celebrated her Music Mobile’s 25 years of songs, stories, education and outreach on the streets of Albany; public-radio behemoth WAMC opened its new performance space, the WAMC Performing Arts Studio, in a former bank building on Albany’s Central Avenue; trash became wearable and lovely at the annual Discard Avant Garb, held at the Albany club Power Company.
John Whipple
Andrea Fischman
Leif Zurmuhlen
Martin Benjamine
Leif Zurmuhlen
Joe Putrock


(clockwise from top left) Composers Will Severin and George David Weiss and playwright Ed. Lange wrote the New York State Theatre Institute’s world premiere musical Magna Carta; Arbor Hill Elementary School students took pictures of their neighborhood in an arts program operated in conjunction with photographer David Brickman, the Albany County Historical Society and educator Marion Leap; R.M. Engelhardt, host of a monthly open mike at Valentine’s, stood up for poetry (and poets) in Albany; Maude Baum reflected on nearly 30 years of choreography, performance, and arts-in-education at Albany’s eba dance center; Joshua Schwartz, coeditor-in-chief of the Albany High School literary magazine Inkblot, was part of a surprisingly fertile and diverse poetry scene at the school; a gift from Chet and Karen Opalka, the Opalka Gallery opened its impressive new gallery space on the Albany campus of the Sage Colleges.
Leif Zurmuhlen
Cassi Suen
Teri Currien
John Whipple
Teri Curie
Leif Zurmuhlen


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