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THE CALENDAR EXHIBITIONS Theater Listings

 

AREA EXHIBITIONS July 2021

 

Art Omi International Arts Center • 518-392-4747 • www.artomi.org
• Sculpture & Architecture Park • outdoor, self-guided tour, download from website • Timed-tix Reg. REQ’D
• through Aug. 29: Shona McAndrew - “Just the three of us”

 

Arts Center Gallery at Saratoga Arts • 518-584-4132 • www.saratoga-arts.org
• Jul. 1-Aug. 14: Spirit Rappings: retelling stories,” collaborations and work by artists Judy Glantzman and Jeffrey Hargrave, Ben Gocker and Helen Macro
• Jul. 1-Aug. 14: “Brighten the Corners: Art of the 1990s from the Tang Teaching Museum Collection”

 

Bennington Museum • 802-447-1571 • benningtonmuseum.org
• through Aug. 15: “Performative Acts,” photography by Dona Ann McAdams
• through Nov. 7: Robert Frost, “A Present in Vermont”
• through Dec. 31: “Love, Marriage, & Divorce”
• through Sep. 6: “NEVERUSES: BEYONDER”

 

Berkshire Botanical Gardens’ Center House • Leonhardt Galleries • berkshirebotanical.org
• through Jul. 18: “Fireflies,” photos from a time of solitary introspection in the Berkshires
• through Oct. 31: “Taking Flight” Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody
• Jul. 30-Sep. 6: “Revolution,” paintings by Marc Dennis

 

(SCHS at) Brookside Museum • 6 Charlton St., Ballston Spa, NY • brooksidemuseum.org
• Ongoing online: “IndusTREE” and “#518RainbowHunt, Coping with Crisis”
• through Oct. 31: “All Together Now: ‘The Social Lives of Hats’”

 

Carrie Haddad Gallery • 622 Warren St., Hudson, NY • 518-828-1915 • carriehaddadgallery.com • Open daily 11-5, excl. Tues by appt. only; preview online
• through Aug. 1: “New Work,” by Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny Nelson

 

Chapman Museum • 348 Glens St., Glens Falls, NY • 518-793-2826
• through Sep. 30: “Now & Then” photos of Glens Falls & Queensbury
• through Oct. 30: S. R. Stoddard Mini Exhibit: “Adirondack Peaks”

 

Clark Art Institute • 413-458-2303 • www.clarkart.edu/museum/clarkconnects • Adv. timed tickets REQ’D
• through Oct. 17: Ground/Work
• through Oct. 31: “Claude & Francois-Xavier Lalanne: Nature Transformed”
• through Jan 2, 2022: “Erin Shirreff: Remainders”
• Sep. 19: “Nikolai Astrup: Visions of Norway”
• Jul. 17- Oct. 3: “Dürer & After”


Collar Works • 621 River St., Troy, NY • www.collarworks.org • info@collarworks.org
• through Jul. 17: “The Big Take: An Exhibition + Art Auction in Support of Collar Works + Community”

Courthouse Gallery • 1 Amherst St., Lake George, NY • 518-668-2616 • www.lakegeorgearts.org/courthouse-gallery/ • mail@lakegeorgearts.org
• 2021 Peoples Pixel Project at www.lakegeorgearts.org/2021-selections
• Jul. 14-Aug. 14: “The Eden of Eden,” painting by Laura Colomb

 

Epoch Artisans Gallery • 4927 Main St., Manchester Center, VT • 802-768-9711 • epochvermont.com
• Cooperative gallery featuring art by 14 members and 9 guest members

 

Fair Weather Gallery in the Barn • 135 Blind Buck Rd., Salem, NY • 518-854-9729 • www.artisan-trails.org
• Jul. 9-18: feat. Heather M. Ballanca; Thomas Kerr, and Carlin McPhee

 

Folklife Center • Crandall Public Library Research Room and Gallery • 251 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY • 518-792-6508
• Crafts of Saga Japan
• Shutter Squad: Photography Show
• Equali-tea: Suffragist Tea Cozies in Redwork

Hancock House • Ticonderoga Historical Society • 6 Moses Cir., Ticonderoga, NY • 518-585-7868 • tihistory.org
• 2021 Theme: “History, Race and Gender in the Adirondacks”

 

Hancock Shaker Village • 413-443-0188 • hancockshakervillage.org
• through Summer 2021: Tory Burch: “Beauty Rests on Utility”
• through Nov. 28: Gary Graham: “Looking Back to Look Forward”
• through Oct. 30, 2022: James Turrell & Nicholas Mosse: “Lapsed Quaker Ware”

 

Hart Cluett Museum • 57 2nd St., Troy, NY • 518-272-7232 • hartcluett.org
• through Dec. 18: “The Way We Work(ed)”
• Permanent Collection: “By Water & By Land;” “South End Tavern;” “Uncle Sam;” & “Stoves of Troy”

 

Housatonic Valley Art League • Masonic Temple, 232 Main St., Great Barrington, MA • www.hvart.org
• Jul. 1-31: “ReAwakening” Juried Art Exhibit

 

The Hyde Collection • ADV. REG., Masks & Distance REQ’D • https://hydecollection.org • 518-792-1761
• through Oct. 31: “Masterpieces & Mysteries”
• through Oct. 31: “Summer Bomb Pop: Collections in Dialogue” (part of “All Together Now” collab. with the Tang)
• Permanent Collection: Available VIRTUALLY

 

Image Photos Gallery • 34 Main St., Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-5500
• photography of Clemens Kalischer

 

Jacob’s Pillow • Blake’s Barn • 358 George Carter Rd., Becket, MA • jacobspillow.org
• Archives year-round on line: danceinteractive.jacobspillow.org. Feat. in Week 2 of In-Person Festival:
• Adam H. Weinert in “Dance of the Ages” (2018): https://danceinteractive.jacobspillow.org/adam-h-weinert/adam-weinert-dance-ages/ and “Monument” (2016): https://danceinteractive.jacobspillow.org/adam-h-weinert/monument/;
• Nrityagram Dance Ensemble in “Kisalaya Shayana” from Sacred Space (2006): https://danceinteractive.jacobspillow.org/ nrityagram-dance-ensemble/kislaya-shayana-from-sacred-space/
• through Aug. 29: “Build Me a Theater”
• through Aug. 29: Jacob’s Pillow Archives in Norton Owen Reading Room

 

The Laffer Gallery • 96 Broad St., Schuylerville, NY • 518-695-3181 • www.thelaffergallery.com
• Jul. 10-Aug. 22: “Spiritual Roots”

 

LARAC • 7 Lapham Pl., Glens Falls, NY • 518-798-1144 • In person or virtually at https://larac.org/lapham-gallery
• Jul. 9-Aug. 11: “Guiding Light”

 

MASS MoCA • North Adams, MA • massmoca.org
• through Sep. 6: Blane De St. Croix’s “How to Move a Landscape”
• through Oct. 31: “Kissing through a Curtain”
• through 2021: Richard Nielsen’s “This is Not a Gag”
• through May 2022: Wendy Red Star’s “Apsaalooke: Children of the Large-Beaked Bird”
• Notherrn Berkshire Art Outside

 

National Museum of Dance • VIRTUALLY • 518-584-2225 • www.dancemuseum.org
• Art of the Dance: “Posters from Hollywood’s Golden Age”
• Art in the Foyer: “On Being Still: Portraits by Joanne Savio”
• Dancers After Dark: “Photos by Jordan Matter”
• A Tribute to 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees Carmen de Lavallade & Frederick Ashton

 

Norman Rockwell Museum • 9 Glendale Rd, Stockbridge, MA • nrm.org • 413-298-4100 • Adv. timed tix REQ’D
• through Oct. 31: “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration”
• through Oct. 31: “Real and Imagined: Fantastical Rockwell”
• Jul. 10-Oct. 31: “Land of Enchantment”

 

North Country Arts Gallery at the Shirt Factory • Suite 120, 71 Lawrence St., Glens Falls, NY • northcountryarts.org
• through Aug. 14: The Artist’s View

 

Olana State Historic Site • 518-828-0135 • www.olana.org • Free; daily 8 am-sunset
• Historic Landscape Video Tour • https://www.olana.org/tour-category/virtual/ • Olana Outdoor Tours
• through Oct. 31: “Fallen,” by Jean Shin
• through Oct. 31: “Cross Pollination” (nat’l. collaborative exhibition exploring cross pollination in art & environment since 19th century), at Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Old Austerlitz Church • 11550 & 11561 St. Rte. 22, Austerlitz, NY • www.oldausterlitz.org
• through Jul 25: Kate Skakel - “Murmurations”

 

Pamela Salisbury Gallery • 361 ½ Warren St., Hudson, NY • www.pamelasalisburygallery.com
• Jul. 31-Aug. 29: Brenda Goodman: “Recent Work”
• through Jul 25: Ron Milewicz: “The Rhythm of Silence” and Wendy Ewald: “Portraits and Dreams: Photographs by Children of the Appalachians 1976-1982”
• through Jul. 25: Judy Pfaff: “ar.chae.ol.o.gy,” a site-specific installation

 

PS21 • 2980 NY Route 66, Chatham, NY • 518-392-6121 • ps21chatham.org
• through Oct. 31: James Casebere’s “Solo Pavilion for Three” architectural installation

 

Salem Art Works • 19 Cary Lane, Salem, NY • 518-854-7674 • salemartworks.org
Cary Hill Sculpture Park and Trails • Open dawn to dusk to pedestrians & cyclists only
• See “Force” collaboration at Southern Vermont Arts Center

 

Salmon Falls Gallery • 1 Ashfield St., Shelburne Falls, MA • 413-625-9833 • salmonfallsgallery.com • VIRTUALLY & in-person
• Jul. 2-Aug. 29: Photography of Jim Gambarbo: “Painting with De-Light”
• Jul. 2-Aug. 29 Photographs by Rhea Banker: “DIVERGENCE: Shaping the Land”

 

The Sembrich • www.TheSembrich.org
• ongoing: The Thatcher Photos

 

SEPTEMBER • 449 Warren St., #3, Hudson, NY • septembergallery.com • By appt. only
• through Jul 25: Annie Bielski: “Strong Winds May Exist”

 

Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon • shakermuseum.org
• Fifteen past years’ exhibits viewable online
• through Sept. 31: “Call for Woodwork: In Union, Remotely”

 

Sohn Fine Art • 69 Church St., Lenox, MA • 413-551-7353 • www.sohnfineart.com
• through Jul. 25: “Futurity *renewed or continuing existence” (multiple artists)
• Jul. 30-Oct. 11: Valda Bailey: “We May As Well Dance”

 

Southern Vermont Arts Center • 930 SVAC Drive, Manchester • 802-362-1405 • www.svac.org
• Jul. 3-Aug. 23: “2021˚ F: 10th Anniversary Vermont Glass Guild Exhibition”

 

SPAC Virtual Gallery • spacfoya.org
• The 2021 Adirondack Trust Company Festival of Young Artists: “Metamorphosis”
• through Oct. 31: “All Together Now: ‘Chromatic Scales: Psychedelic Design from the Tang Teaching Museum Collection’”

 

Stone Valley Arts at Fox Hill • 145 E. Main St., Poultney, VT • stonevalleyarts.org • 802-325-2603
• through Jul. 18: Will Kasso Condry - “Pandemic Patient Enlightenment (PPE): Works on Paper”
• Jul. 2-Aug. 29: “Portraits of a Community”

 

Susan Lemberg Usdan Gallery • One College Drive, Bennington, VT • usdangallery.bennington.edu
• ongoing: “Bring It Home” – artists on issues of equality and identity

 

Tang Teaching Museum and Gallery • 518-580-8080 • http://tang.skidmore.edu • ONLINE
• Jul. 10 – Nov. 28: “All Together Now,” feat. Ellsworth Kelly: Postcards
• Jul. 10-Jan. 2, 2022: “Opener 33: Sarah Cain—Enter the Center”
• through Sep. 11: Nicole Cherubini: “Shaking the Trees”
• through Jul. 3: Ralph Gibson: “Hyde Cabinet #12: Everyday In-Between

 

Thompson Giroux Gallery • 57 Main St., Chatham, NY • 518-392-3336 • thompsongirouxgallery.com
• Jul. 3-Aug. 1: Benigna Chilla

 

Valley Artisans Market • 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, NY • 518-677-2765 • Online shop at valleyartisansmarket.com
• Aug. 1-31: 40th Anniversary Show

 

Vermont Art Exchange • 48 Main St., N. Bennington, VT
• through Nov. 7: North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show (maps at VAE)

 

World Awareness Children’s Museum • 518-793-2773 • www.worldchildrensmuseum.org
• Child-friendly activities with multi-cultural flavor