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    Laurel Halo

      Last month, reclusive British IDM (intelligent dance music, natch) pioneer Aphex Twin announced the release of his first new record in 13 years via blimp and the deep-web browser Tor. The electronic music world is beside itself with excitement, but it’s not as if the legacy of Aphex Twin has been dormant in his [...]
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    Biography

      Biography, the exhibit opening tomorrow (Friday) at the Photo Center in Troy, will showcase the work of James Fossett and Stephen Honicki. Fossett teaches visual arts at SUNY New Paltz, and recently completed a series of images of family trips; Honicki, a Niskayuna High School teacher, complements his images with “written narratives.” Pictured is [...]
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    Irish 2000 Festival

      It’s time again for the “halfway to St. Patrick’s Day” fest, the Irish 2000 Festival. With three stages for music and one stage for dance, there’s Celtic entertainment for everyone. Bands on the contemporary stage are Black 47 (pictured, and on their farewell tour), the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Emish, the Screaming Orphans and [...]
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    Cassandra: The Musical

      Yes, the Cassandra of Patrick Longo’s Cassandra: The Musical is that Cassandra: the Trojan princess who is blessed with the gift of prophecy, but cursed because no one will believe her in her visions. In this concert performance of Longo’s crowd-funded musical—he raised more than $23,000 on Kickstarter—Cassandra will be portrayed by Brittney Lee [...]
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    Basilica SoundScape

      One could argue (as we might) that the summer festival season is really just warmup for the big regional fall fest—Basilica SoundScape. For the third straight year, Basilica Hudson has curated one of the most compelling, challenging and exciting two-day festival bills. Like last year, this year’s event has been programmed in conjuntction with [...]
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    East Coast National Screenprint Biennial

      You’ve all heard the phrase “Troy crazy.” Beginning tomorrow (Friday), Troy is going screenprint crazy for a month with the first annual East Coast National Screenprint Biennial, organized by screenprinter (and RPI lecturer) Nathan Meltz. The main exhibit is at the Arts Center of the Capital Region, with “satellite” exhibits at Troy Cloth and [...]
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    Harvest Faire

      When was the last time you visited Fort Crailo, AKA the Crailo State Historic Site in Rensselaer? Well, this Saturday’s Harvest Faire provides the perfect opportunity to drop in and take a trip back in time to explore Dutch colonial and Native American life. According to the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation [...]
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    Chris Isaak

      As a child growing up in Stockton, Calif., Chris Isaak spent hours playing his parents’ 45s, and was especially taken with the many artists that were found and recorded by Sam Phillips at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis (Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison—you may have heard of some of these [...]
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    Rubblebucket

      Brooklyn’s Rubblebucket have been a case study in musical evolution. The core horn section started out as kids with Ithaca reggae mainstay John Brown’s Body. Founded in Burlington, Vt., Rubblebucket started as a traditional afrobeat group before integrating other dance-oriented styles. With their new album Survival Sounds, penned in the wake of frontwoman Annakalmia [...]
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    Snarky Puppy

      Economics usually limit a band’s choices when building a recording/touring lineup. Formed as a collective in Denton, Tex., Snarky Puppy are maximalist exceptions to that rule. The family feature a rotating cast of 40 musicians, organized by bassist Michael League, and they’ve backed everyone from Erykah Badu to Snoop Dogg. This year it all [...]

Monday, June 9, 2014

Discussions/Speakers

June 9

Alzheimer’s Caregivers Series

by The Staff June 9, 2014

Partnering With Your Doctor. Call to register

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Glen David Andrews

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Museums & Galleries

New York State Museum

2014 Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition

Through 8/31



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Arkell Museum

A View from the Shore: Winslow Homer’s Impressions from the Coast

Through 8/24



Theater

Arts Center of the Capital Region

Any Addict

Through 6/14



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Esther Massry Gallery

Art + Design 2014 Faculty Show

Through 9/21



Theater

Albany Barn Theater

Bent

Through 6/15



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Berkshire Museum

Butterflies

Through 9/01



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Sorelle Gallery

Colorfall

Through 6/12



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Clement Art Gallery

Country Visions: A Celebration of Rural Life in Schoharie County

Through 6/25



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SCAC Arts Center Gallery

David Miller: Mapping the Mind

Through 7/26



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M Gallery

Deeply Rooted

Through 7/06



Theater

Oldcastle Theatre Company

Doubt

Through 6/22



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BCB Art

External Conditions: New Work by Brenda Giegerich

Through 7/06



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Williams College Museum of Art

Franz West

Through 1/25



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Athens Cultural Center

Jukebox: Wage/Working

Through 11/30



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West Kortright Centre

Kamilla Talbot: Landscapes

Through 7/14



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City Hall Second Floor Gallery

Ken Wheeler: Watercolors

Through 7/01



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Schenectady Jewish Community Center

Layers: Karen K. Rosasco

Through 7/30



Theater

Taconic Hills School

Les Miserables

Through 6/15



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Galerie BMG

Lila Bacon and Kim Kauffman

Through 7/27



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Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts

Mike + Doug Starn: Bambú Shots

Through 7/13



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BCB Art

October Waves: New Work by Sandra Gottlieb

Through 7/06



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Upstate Artists Guild

Peoples Choice 2014

Through 6/27



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Hancock Shaker Village

Photographs by Paul Lange and Eric Korenman

Through 8/24



Theater

Shakespeare in the Park Lincoln Park

Romeo and Juliet

Through 6/15



Theater

Shakespeare & Company Elayne P. Bernstein Theatre

Shakespeare’s Will

Through 8/24



Museums & Galleries

VARGA Gallery and Studio

Small Works: Thorneater, Big Jess of Montana, Kelli Bickman, Cindy Hoose and Lari Lang

Through 6/14



Museums & Galleries

Salem Art Works

Stephan Brucker & Denise Anderson

Through 6/28



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Albany Barn Stage 1

Street Signs–Urban Art

Through 6/30



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CCCA Gallery

Streets of Hudson

Through 7/12



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MCLA Gallery 51

Teetering

Through 6/22



Theater

Schacht Fine Arts Center

The Cat in the Hat

Through 6/14



Family

Schacht Fine Arts Center

The Cat in the Hat

Through 6/14



Theater

Mac-Haydn Theatre

The Music Man

Through 6/15



Theater

Barrington Stage Company St. Germain Stage

The Other Place

Through 6/14



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Norman Rockwell Museum

The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator

Through 10/26



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Fenimore Art Museum

Winslow Homer: The Nature and Rhythm of Life

Through 8/24