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Off the Hudson

Landscape artists Michael Burke, Katia Gushue, Susan Miiller and Eleanor Sweeney are featured in the upcoming landscape exhibit called Off the Hudson at the Fulton Street Gallery in Troy. Burke creates rich oil paintings on wood and uses homemade frames. New York City-based Gushue works in charcoal on stretched canvas; Miiller focuses on painting, layering her colors on top of each other to give depth and shape to her work. Sweeney’s media of choice is the Polaroid camera, which she focuses softly to reflect the sensitivity of her natural surroundings.

Off the Hudson will open at the Fulton Street Gallery (408 Fulton St., Troy) on Wednesday (Oct. 15), and will run through Nov. 22. A reception will be held Oct. 16, 6-8 PM. For more information and directions, call 274-8464 or visit www.fultonstreet gallery.org.

Opening

Artforms Gallery and Framery, 5 New Karner Road, Guilderland. 464-3355. Reel 2 Real, the Mohawk Hudson Invitational Show featuring the works of David Brickman and Carolou Kristofik. 10/11-11/1. Reception 10/11, 6-8 PM.

Fulton Street Gallery, 408 Fulton St., Troy. 274-8464. Off the Hudson, landscape art by Katia Gushue, Susan Miller, Eleanor Sweeney and Michael Burke. 10/15-11/22. Reception 10/18, 6-8 PM.

Hudson Opera House, 327 Warren St., Hudson. 822-1438. Solo exhibition by renowned painter and sculptor Edwina Sandys. 10/11-11/29.

The Museum of the Imagination, 217 Warren St., Hudson. 851-2430. The Hand in Art, an exhibit of the human hand in the history of art and human activity. Opens 10/11. Reception 10/11, 3-5 PM.

Rensselaer County Historical Society, 57 Second St., Troy. 272-7232. Documenting Fashion, the companion exhibit to Looking in the Mirror, illustrating the documentary history of fashion. 10/15-12/23.

 

Continuing

A.D.D. Gallery, 22 Park Place, Hudson. 822-9763. Drawings, etchings, books and paintings be Roger Shepherd. Through 11/9.

Adirondack Community College, Dearlove Hall, 640 Bay Road, Queensbury. 743-2328. AdIRONdack, Wrought Works of Chicken Coop Forge by Jeannette Brandt and Mike Parwana. Through 10/30.

Adirondack Green Center, 11 Park St., Glens Falls. 494-4251. Works by local artist Casey Dwyer. Ongoing.

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Route 28, Blue Mountain Lake. 352-7715. Adirondacks Interrupted, black-and-white photography by Tom Parsons. Through 11/21. Also, Take Me to the River, watercolor and collage by Mariella Bisson. Through 11/15.

Adirondack Mountain Club, Route 9N, Luzerne Road, Lake George. 668-4447. Beyond Wildflowers, an intimate study of woodland plants in watercolor by Shelley Valachovic. Through 10/25.

Adirondack Museum, Route 30, Blue Mountain Lake. 352-7311 ext. 121. A Paradise for Boys and Girls: Children’s Camps in the Adirondacks, a two-year exhibit that explores why the Adirondacks are a prime location for children’s camps. Also, Summering in the Adirondacks, prints, artifacts and paintings of the Adirondacks. Also, Places of the Spirit: Sacred Sites of the Adirondacks, photographs of sites and landscapes of the Adirondacks. Through 10/13.

Aimie’s Lobby Gallery, 190-194 Glen St., Glens Falls. 792-8181. Painterly Prints, monotypes and monoprints by the Guild of Adirondack Artists. Through 10/31.

The Albany Center Galleries, Albany Public Library, 161 Washington Ave., Albany. 462-4775. Recent Works by Dave Austin. Through 10/21. Also, Wish You Were Here, photographs by Laura Elise Glazer. First and second floor display cases. Through 10/31.

Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center, 25 Quackenbush Square, Albany. 434-0405. Artifacts found at the Quackenbush Square archeological dig site including a fork, thimble, glass, metal beads, a Dutch Colonial-era jambless fireplace and information about the rum-making operation uncovered at the site. Ongoing.

Albany International Airport Gallery, Colonie, 242-2243. Unplugged, Painting in the Age of Technology, a celebration of painting as an enduring process that transcends the new century’s impulse for instantaneous information and exchange. Featuring the works of Richard Callner, Peter Taylor, and Lillian Mulero, among many others. Through 1/4/04.

Albany Institute of History & Art, 125 Washington Ave., Albany. 463-4478. City Neighborhoods: Picturing the People and Places of Albany, Pine Hills. Through 10/26. Cut & paste, works combining materials and images by Cris Cristofaro, Nancy Engel and Marjorie White Williams. Ongoing. Also, All Aboard! Models, Memorabilia and Memories of Railroads From AIHA’s Collections. Through 11/2.

The American Museum of Firefighting, Harry Howard Avenue, Hudson. 828-7695. More than 100 years of firefighting equipment and memorabilia. Ongoing.

The Arts Center of the Capital Region, 265 River St., Troy. 273-0552. Wonderland, curated by Lucy Bowditch, associate professor of art history at the College of St. Rose. Through 11/23. Also, Here Lies ? Abandoned Asylum Cemeteries in New York, an exhibit to tell the story of how more than 50,000 people are buried anonymously in abandoned cemeteries at state-run psychiatric hospitals in New York state. Through 11/23. Also, Chris DeMarco: Remembrances, a photographic series that explores decorated graves. Through 11/2. Also, Stevan Jennis: Paintings and Drawings, paintings and drawings that reveal other worlds, science experiments, secret languages and more. Through 10/26.

The Arts Center Gallery, 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 584-4132. Sites: Material and Immaterial, sculpture, installation and prints by James Florschutz, and oil paintings, drawings and digital prints by Sergio Sericolo. Through 11/1.

A.S.K. Gallery, 37 N. Front St., Kingston. Studio Tour Group Exhibition and Preview, Kingston artists show their work at four participating galleries (see other galleries in opening exhibitions). Through 10/23. For tour and exhibit information, call (845) 339-6105.

Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on-Hudson. (845) 758-7598. Christian Marclay, the first in-depth American retrospective of the innovative artist and experimental music performer. Through 12/19.

BCB ART, 116 Warren St., Hudson. 828-4539. Thought Before Sleep by Mark Briscoe; Red Dice by Bill Seaman; Reflections—lines of site: sight by Richard Wright. Through 10/19.

Beekman Street Artists’ Co-Op, 79 Beekman St., Saratoga. 366-6706. Tuscan photographs by Robert Davis and various artists working in a variety of media. Through 10/31.

Bennington College, Bennington, Vt. (802) 440-4549. The American West, an Ansel Adams and Carleton Watkins photo exhibition. Through 10/12.

Bennington Museum, West Main Street, Bennington, Vt. (802) 447-1571. Beyond Bennington and The Art of Grandma Moses. Also, Bennington Pottery Gallery, an exhibit exploring the history of pottery in Bennington from 1785 until the early 20th century. Ongoing. Also, The Bennington Battle: How an Event Defined a Community. Through 12/31. Also, Norman Rockwell: From Model to Painting. Through 10/31. Also, Impressions of New England. Cityscapes, still-lifes and landscapes by various artists. Through 12/24. Also, George Cherepov retrospective. Through 12/24.

The Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield, Mass. (413) 443-7171. Beauty and Utility; Who’s That Dinosaur on the Front Lawn?; Minerals and Rocks and Distant Views: The Hudson River School Collection at the Berkshire Museum. Ongoing. Also, As Time Goes By: The Centennial of the Berkshire Museum, an exhibit celebrating and exploring the museum’s 100-year history. Ongoing. Also, Expressions of Culture, featuring masterpieces like Norman Rockwell’s Shuffleton’s Barbershop. Ongoing. Also, A Garden of Gizmos, a natural-science themed hands-on interactive display. Through 11/2. Also, Wildlife on the Wing, an exhibition of wildlife photography. Through 11/2.

Better Than Toast, 354 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. (203) 675-5482. Charcoals and pastels by Kate Ann Shuster. Through 10/31.

Bright Hill Center, 94 Church St., Treadwell. (607) 829-5055. Exquisite Edge: Artists’ Books and Paintings by Tara Bryan of Flatrock, Newfoundland, Canada. Through 10/31.

Borders Books and Music, 395 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 583-1200. Changing Views of our City, Rooftop Views by M.L. Noonan. Through 10/31.

Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, 2 Erie Blvd., Canajoharie. 673-2314. American Realism: Painters of Work and Play Before World War II, featuring paintings by Edward Hopper, Paul Sample, John Sloan, Thomas Hart Benton, Ernest Lawson, Reginald Marsh and Jerome Meyers. Through 10/16.

Carrie Haddad Gallery, 622 Warren St., Hudson. 828-3341. Landscapes, new works by Leigh Palmer, Russell De Young, Tony Thompson, Paul Abrams, James Bleeker, and Laura Von Rosk. Through 10/12.

The Catskill Mountain Foundation, Route 23A, Hunter. 263-4908. The Elements: Earth, Air, Water, Fire, an exhibit of fine art and crafts interpreting the four elements of nature. Through 11/16.

Celeste Susany, 355 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 584-6719. Giclees, prints, pastels and oils by Celeste Susany; pastels by Erika Nordeen; oils by Marita Walizer; sculptures by Ann Froman; sketches by Jason Bereswill. Through 10/31.

Center for Photography at Woodstock, 59 Tinker St., Woodstock. (914) 679-9957. Managing Eden and Solo: Lisa Klapstock/Threshold. Through 10/12.

Chapman Historical Museum, 348 Glen St., Glens Falls. 793-2826. Our Patriotic Past Illustrated is a collection of paintings commissioned in the early 20th century by the Glens Falls Insurance Company depicting regional military events that took place during the French and Indian and Revolutionary Wars. Ongoing. Also, S.R. Stoddard’s Hudson River, 50 of the well-known Adirondack photographer’s photos. Through 2/28/03.

Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-9545. Sacred and Profane, a new installation of 17th-century European art. Ongoing. Also, Art in Nature: The Clark Institute Today and Tomorrow. Through 11/3. Also, Édouard Baldus: Landscape and Leisure in Early French Photography. Through 12/28.

Coffey Gallery, 330 Wall St., Kingston. (845) 339-6105. Studio Tour Group Exhibition and Preview, Kingston artists show their work at four participating galleries (see other galleries in opening exhibitions). Through 10/23.

College of Saint Rose Art Gallery, Picotte Hall, 324 State St., Albany. 454-5102. The Faculty Show. Through 10/16.

Columbia Greene Community College, 4400 Route 23, Hudson. 828-4181. Brand New Art, Columbia Greene art faculty show. Through 10/10.

Crafters Gallery, 429 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 583-2435. The Saratoga Souvenir Collection—Artistic Images Circa 1885, framed enlargements reproducing tourist souvenir books of Saratoga Springs attractions. Through 10/31.

Crandall Public Library, City Park, Glens Falls. 798-1144. The Sound of Stone, featuring Michael L. Noonan’s photographs of Christopher Gregory’s stonework, and more. Through 11/30.

Dana Rudolph and Company, 209 River St., Troy. 273-4532. Works by Sara Ayers, Ronda Jeffer and Armando Soto; also, jewelry by Dana Rudolph, Katie Nare and Joanna Hetman; also, glass by Caitlin Burch. Ongoing.

Deborah Davis Fine Art, Inc., 345 Warren St., Hudson. 822-1890. Landscapes of the Soul, work by regional artists Christine Heller and Patricia A. Nestor. Through 10/26.

Designer Crafts Council Holiday Gallery, Two Spruce Pottery Studio, 175 Jay St., Schenectady. 393-5011. Fine handmade craftworks by members of the Designers Crafts Council. Through 12/24.

Donskol & Co., 93 Broadway, Kingston. Studio Tour Group Exhibition and Preview, Kingston artists show their work at four participating galleries (see other galleries in opening exhibitions). Through 10/23. For tour and exhibit information, call (845) 339-6105.

Farmers’ Museum, Lake Road, Route 80, Cooperstown. (888) 547-1499. When the Hop Was King: The Hop Industry in New York State. Also, Working the Land. Also, The Tradesman’s Tool Chest. Also, New York State Stonewear from the Collection of Frances and Douglas Faulkner. Ongoing.

Fenimore Art Museum, Lake Road, Route 80, Cooperstown. (607) 547-1400. Heights of Fashion, A History of the Elevated Foot, an exhibit of spectacular shoes from Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum’s permanent collection. Through 12/28. Also, American Memory: Recalling the Past in Folk Art. Through 12/28. Also, Norman Rockwell’s Home for the Holidays, part of a series of traveling exhibitions from the Norman Rockwell Museum, featuring original Saturday Night Post cover tearsheets. Through 12/28.

The Fields Sculpture Park at The Art Omi International Arts Center, 59 Letter S Road, Ghent, 392-7656. In the Gloaming, part three in the series Ignoring Boundaries, is an exhibition based on twilight. Ongoing. Also, Charles Ginnever, Sculpture, an exhibit of 12 outdoor installations. Ongoing.

Firlefanz Gallery, 292 Lark St., Albany. 456-1931 or 436-9498. Sculpturesque, an exhibit of work by Jeanne Flanagan and Paul Mauren. Through 11/1.

The Froebel Gallery at eba Dance Theatre, Lark Street and Hudson Avenue, Albany. 449-1233. Paintings and sketches by John Hampshire. Though 11/24.

Fulton Street Gallery, 408 Fulton St., Troy. 274-8464. Reno Bros Group Show (once a band, now an art collective), featuring the works of Sara Ayers, G.C. Haymes, Michael Eck and Dennis Herbert. Through 10/11.

Gallery 100, 445 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 580-0818. Paintings by internationally known artists Claude Carone and David Gibson. Through 10/26.

Greene County Council on the Arts Catskill Gallery, 398 Main St., Catskill. 943-3400. Catskill Architecture and Beyond!, the architecture and landscape of the Catskill Mountains through the eyes of 10 local artists. Through 11/9. Also, On the Edge, an exhibit that brings together a body of work that recreates the boundaries of what is considered art. Through 11/15.

Hamilton Hill Arts Center, Inc., Jerry Burrell Gallery, 409 Schenectady St., Schenectady. 346-1262. Up From the Basement, selected pieces from the collection of the Hamilton Hill Arts Center.

Hancock Shaker Village, Route 20, Pittsfield, Mass. (413) 443-0188. American Radiance: Fraktur from the Ralph Esmerian Gift to the American Folk Art Museum, more than 40 examples of fraktur (birth certificates, love letters, religious texts, etc.) and painted Pennsylvania-German furniture. Through 10/25.

Historical Society of Saratoga Springs, Canfield Casino, Congress Park, Saratoga Springs. 584-6920. Go Team Go, black-and-white photos from the 19th and 20th centuries showing the wide range of summer and winter sports Saratogians enjoy. Through 10/31.

Hudson Valley Community College, Marvin Teaching Gallery, 80 Vandenburgh Ave., Troy. 629-8063. Open(ed) Spaces exhibit: In conjunction with HVCC’s 50th-anniversary celebration, nine artists from the Capital Region and beyond have placed site-specific and site-related works on the campus, with additional works in the galleries. Through 4/30/03.

The Hyde Collection, 161 Warren St., Glens Falls. 792-1761. Inside/Out: Revisioning Hyde House by Susie Brandt and Margo Mensing; visitors can experience the impact that museum founder Charlotte Hyde’s gift of her home and its contents of fine art has on the lives of people in the community. Through 11/16. Also, Form(ation): Modern & Contemporary Works from the Feibes & Schmitt Collection. Ongoing.

Inspired Planet, Brushwood Farm, Route 7, Lenox, Mass. (413) 637-2836. Coral and Turquoise Treasure—Where Ocean Meets Mountain Peyote Vision. Also, Paintings from Mexico. Also, Medicine Devices of Africa and Asia. Also, Buddha Images from Tibet and Thailand. Also, Moorish Wooden Marquetry of Spain. Through 12/31.

Jazzi Geri’s Hair Salon, 489 Broadway, Saratoga. 587-4899. Paintings by Sally Erskine; masks by Amile Droz. Through 10/31.

Lake George Arts Project, Courthouse Gallery, Canada and Lower Amherst streets, Lake George Village. 668-2616. Sculpture by Tim Clifford and paintings by Bill Mead. Through 10/17.

LARAC, 7 Lapham Place, Glens Falls. 798-1144. Local Color. Through 11/7.

Living Room Gallery, 45 N. Front St., Kingston. Studio Tour Group Exhibition and Preview, Kingston artists show their work at four participating galleries (see other galleries in opening exhibitions). Through 10/23. For tour and exhibit information, call (845) 339-6105.

Local Color Art Gallery, 961 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham. 786-6557. Eastern States Regional Art Exhibition. Through 10/30.

Martinez Gallery, 3 Broadway, Troy. 274-9377. Works by Willie Marlowe, Jerald Mironov and Ben Mata. Through 10/25.

MASS MoCA, 1040 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, Mass. (413) 664-4481. Robert Wilson’s Monumental 14 Stations, a monumental interpretation of the Passion of Christ. Through fall 2003. Also, Yankee Remix: Artists Take on New England, a collaboration between MASS MoCA and the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, featuring newly commissioned works by nine artists who are breathing fresh life into hidden corners of SPNEA’s collection. Through spring 2004. Also, hand-painted movie posters from Ghana. Through January 2004. Also, Nature Park: In the Kipspace, Astroturf, rubber, grass and moss transform the indoors into an outdoor, human-made park, as part of the two-part series of exhibits in the Kidspace called Earth, Wind and Desire. Through 2/1/03.

Museum of the Imagination, 217 Warren St., Hudson. 851-2232. The Reaper: Images of Death in Art. Parental discretion is advised. Ongoing.

National Museum of Dance, 99 S. Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 584-2225. Child Performers in Tap: 1900-1950. Ongoing.

National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, 191 Union Ave., Saratoga Springs. 584-0400. A Retrospective of the NYRA Racing Years (1959-1965) by Robert Roche, through spring. Also, Hall of Fame Horses. Ongoing. Also, Affirmed, in Front, art trophies and fan memorabilia associated with Affirmed, the horse that won the Triple Crown title 25 years ago. Through 12/31. Also, Henry Koehler, Elegant Impressions of Turf and Field, paintings of equestrian sports. Through 10/19.

New York Folklore Society Gallery of New York Traditions. 133 Jay St., Schenectady. 346-7008. Gallery features folk art from around the state, including Amish-made items, Iroquois crafts and much more. Ongoing.

New York State Museum, Empire State Plaza, Albany. 474-5877. Rescue Recovery Response—Phase II, an exhibit that documents the cleanup at Ground Zero and features many memorial objects that victims’ families and friends posted within days and weeks after the attack. Ongoing. Also, Windows on New York, a new gallery featuring spectacular collections from across New York and the restored New York State Museum Carousel. Ongoing. Also, The Course of Empire: Thomas Cole and the Hudson River School Landscape Tradition. Through 11/30. Also, Landsat: Earth as Art, an exhibition showcasing some of the most outstanding images of earth taken during the Landsat satellite program’s 31-year history. Through 12/31.

Norman Rockwell Museum, Route 183, Stockbridge, Mass. (413) 298-4100. The Berenstain Bears celebrate: The Art of Stan and Jan Berenstain, a show of illustrations from the famous children’s books. Through 10/26. Freedom: Norman Rockwell’s Vermont Years. Through 10/19.

North Pointe Cultural Arts Center, Route 9, Kinderhook. 758-9234. The Neighborhood: Photographs of Arbor Hill and West Hill, photographs by David Brickman; and George Gruel: Digital Meets Rural. Through 11/23.

Oakroom Artists Gallery, First Unitarian Society, 1221 Wendell Ave., Schenectady. 374-4446. Into the Woods, works by George Dirolf. Also, Silent Places, works by David Arsenault. Through 10/28.

Open Space Gallery, 110 Spring St., Saratoga Springs. 587-5554. Recent gouache paintings by Bob Moylan. Through 10/31.

Rensselaer County Historical Society, 57 Second St., Troy. 272-7232. Loaned objects from Nassau are on display as part of a series highlighting different towns from Rensselaer County. Ongoing. Also, Looking in the Mirror: Clothing and Identity. Through 12/7. Also, Buttons Galore: Selections from the Ruth Howe Collection. Through 11/22.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Shelnutt Gallery, Student Union, 15th Street and Sage Avenue. 851-7044. Young : Viejo :: Joven : Old, an exhibit of Argentine photographs by Fabian Fabrega and Jan Galligan. Through 10/22.

Richard Sena Gallery. 238 Warren St., Hudson. 828-1996. Resilience! American Artists—Bold Expressions, a showcase of work by various artists in various media. Through 11/2.

Sage College of Albany, Opalka Gallery, 140 New Scotland Ave., Albany. 292-1778. Mochi, a show of work by Ugo Mochi, an internationally acclaimed sculptor, artist, illustrator and designer. Through 10/19.

Saratoga Automobile Museum, 110 Avenue of the Pines, Saratoga Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs. 587-1935 ext. 20. Poison Lil exhibit, the two-time winner at Watkins Glen (1949 and 1951) Maserati V8Ri, an Allard, the winner in 1950, and a BRM, the winner in 1964-65. Ongoing.

Saratoga County Arts Council, Member Exhibition Hall, 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 584-4132. Gordon Creek Series, watercolors and acrylics by Ruth Crotty. Through 10/31.

Saratoga Visitors Center, 297 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 587-3241. Watercolors by Aksel Sand Peterson. Through 10/31.

Schenectady Museum, Nott Terrace Heights, Schenectady. 382-7890. Exploring the Airwaves: The Capital Region’s Radio and Television Heritage, artifacts and stories chronicling the area’s contributions to the development of radio and television. Through 11/17.

Schuyler Mansion, 32 Catherine St., Albany. 434-0834. Coping With Life’s Necessaries, an exhibit of artifacts and illustrations that tell the down-and-dirty story of life before indoor plumbing. Through 3/31/04.

Sculpture Now, Great Barrington, Mass. (413) 528-9135. Sculpture at the Center & in the Garden 2003. Through 10/31.

Siena College, Standish Library, Loudonville. 783-2431. Painting from a THIN PLACE, a selections of works by Ed McCarten. Through 11/6.

Skidmore College, Schick Art Gallery, 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 580-5049. Annual Art Faculty & Art History Faculty Exhibition. Through 11/2. Reception 10/10, 6:30-7:30 PM.

SKH Gallery of Textiles and Fine Craft, Railroad Station, Great Barrington, Mass. (413) 528-3300. An American Potter in Nepal. Through 10/13.

Southern Vermont College Everett Mansion Art Gallery, Bennington, Vt. (802) 447-6328. Art exhibit from SVC students and youths from Big Brothers Big Sisters. Ongoing.

Spectrum 8 Theatres, 290 Delaware Ave., Albany. 449-8995. Afghanistan: A Fragile Peace, photos by Connie Frisbee Houde. Through 11/11.

Spencertown Academy, Route 203, Spencertown. 392-3693. Pears, paintings of the fruit by Julie Tomaso Dorlon and Marie-Louise McHugh. Through 11/9.

Starbucks Coffee, 351 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 581-9498. Textile Art by Sally Ewart. Through 10/31.

Tang Teaching Museum and Gallery, Skidmore College, 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 580-8080. Artists’ Reflections on Crime Victims, a student-curated exhibition coinciding with Skidmore’s Death Penalty Conference. Through 11/9. Also, Opener 3: Nayland Blake: Some Kind of Love: Performance Video 1989-2002. Through 12/31.

Ten Broeck Mansion, 9 Ten Broeck Place, Albany. 436-9826. The Tapestry of Albany County: A Sampler of Historic Communities. Also, Thomas E. Murray—Albany’s Lamplighter & the American Dream, an exhibit featuring a model steam engine built by 16-year-old Murray in 1876. Also, Arbor Hill: Putting a Human Face on My Neighborhood, a photography exhibit by George Simmons. Through 12/31.

TommyArt, The T.H. Hyndman Gallery, 38 Van Dam St., Saratoga Springs. 587-5621. Mixed-media paintings, art objects, sculpture and apparel by Tommy Hyndman. Through 10/31.

Uncommon Grounds, 402 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. 581-0656. Paintings and prints by John Dievendorf; paintings by Meredith Schwab; and ceramics by Jean Elizabeth Fei. Through 10/31.

Union College, Mandeville Gallery, Nott Memorial, Schenectady. 388-6131. Girl Printers: Talented Women Strut Their Stuff, an exhibit highlighting a sampling of women printers’ ephemeral, printing and book arts. Through 12/7.

University Art Museum, University at Albany, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany. 442-4035. 2003 A Moving Picture Show, a new video installation exhibit by Albany-based artist Allen Yates. Through 11/1.

Valley Artisans Market, Small Gallery, Hubbard Hall, 25 E. Main St., Cambridge. 677-2765. Assemblage artist Karen Koziol will present her show, Are We There Yet?, a collection of found-object sculptures focusing on concepts of movement and motion. Through 10/16.

Visions Gallery, Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany Pastoral Center, 40 N. Main Ave., Albany. 453-6600. Showcase: Art Teachers of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. Through 11/21.

Waterford Historical Museum, 2 Museum Lane, Waterford. 238-0809. Born of Two Rivers: An Illustrated History of Waterford, New York. This new permanent exhibit details the history of Waterford, from prehistoric inhabitants to Dutch traders and the industrial revolution. Ongoing.

Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass. (413) 597-2429. An American Portrait: Color Photography from the Farm Security Administration, 1939-1942. Ongoing. Also, Ha! Cartoons, Caricatures, and Satire from the Williams College Museum of Art. Through 12/21. Also, Constructs for a Brave New World: El Lissitzky’s Proun and Victory Over the Sun Portfolios. Through 11/16. Also, Narratives of a Nigress: Kara Walker, a show of black paper cut silhouettes. Through 12/7. Also, Representing Slavery, featuring the works of six American artists from the 19th century to the present. Through 12/21.



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