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THE CALENDAR EXHIBITIONS Theater Listings

 

AREA EXHIBITIONS September 2021

 

Art Austerlitz • 11565 St. Rte. 22, Austerlitz, NY • 12-4 pm, Sat. & Sun • www.oldausterlitz.org/art-austerlitz/ • State guidelines on COVID-19 protocols


• Sep. 4-26: “Routines,” by Dana Piazza

ArtOmi.org • 518-392-4747 • Sculpture & Architecture Park • outdoor, self-guided tour, download from website
• Sep. 11: Fall Opening with installation of Alicja Kwade’s “TunnelTeller” in Sculpture & Architecture Park
• Sep. 11-Jan. 2, 2022: Jeffrey Gibson: “To Feel Myself Beloved on the Earth” (quilts, garments, drums, prints, & video)

 

ArtistBkFoundation.org • 1327 MASS MoCA Way, Bldg. 13, 2nd Floor, North Adams, MA
• through Mar. 31, 2022: Don Gummer: Wall Reliefs, Drawings, and Sculpture

 

Arts Center Gallery at Saratoga Arts • 518-584-4132 • www.saratoga-arts.org
• through Oct. 2: 10 x 10 Show

 

BenningtonMuseum.org • 802-447-1571 • through Sep. 6: “NEVERUSES: BEYONDER”
• through Nov. 7: Robert Frost, “A Present in Vermont” • North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show (NBOSS 2021)
• through Dec. 31: “Love, Marriage, & Divorce” • “boundless: new paintings and mixed media works by Dusty Boynton”

 

Berkshires ArtWeek: Collaboration of Five Cultural Districts in Berkshire County • Sep. 16-26 • 70+ distinct exhibits & events • Full list & details at Berkshires.org/plan-your-trip/artweek-berkshires

 

Berkshire Botanical Gardens
• through Sep. 6: “Revolution,” paintings by Marc Dennis
• through Oct. 31: “Taking Flight” Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody
• Sep. 17-Oct. 31: Tom Zetterstrom: “Portraits of American Trees” (three-dozen gelatin silver prints)

 

Berkshire Museum • 39 South St., Pittsfield
• through Jan. 9, 2022: “The Land of the Thunder Dragon: Bhutan Through the Lens of Mead Eagle Photography”• “Objects and Their Stories” • “Muh-he-con-ne-ok: The People of the Waters That are Never Still”

(Saratoga County Historical Society at) BrooksideMuseum.org • 6 Charlton St., Ballston Spa, NY
• through Oct. 31: “All Together Now: ‘The Social Lives of Hats’”
• through Dec. 24: “A Century of Ice Cream! The Dake Family & Stewart’s” • “The Country Store” • “Mystery Photographs”

 

CarrieHaddadGallery.org • 622 Warren St., Hudson, NY • 518-828-1915
• through Sep. 19: “Then & Now: A Special Group Exhibit Celebrating the Gallery’s 30th Anniversary
• Sep. 29-Nov. 21: Fall Exhibit (Dai Ban, Anthony Finta, Ginny Fox, Carl Grauer, & Joseph Maresca)

 

CarvingStudio.org • 636 Marble St., W. Rutland, VT • 802-438-2097
• Sep. 11-Oct. 24: SculptFest21: “artifact”

 

ChaffeeArtCenter.org • 16 S. Main St., Rutland, VT • 802-558-8845
• Sep. 17-Oct. 29: “Nature Revealed” (photography, painting, and sculpture)

 

ChapmanMuseum.org • 348 Glens St., Glens Falls, NY • 518-793-2826
• through Sep. 30: “Now & Then” photos of Glens Falls & Queensbury (In-person and On-line versions)
• through Oct. 30: S. R. Stoddard Mini Exhibit: “Adirondack Peaks”

 

ClarkArt.edu • Williamstown, MA • 413-458-2303
• through Sep. 19: “Nikolai Astrup: Visions of Norway”
• through Oct. 3: “Dürer & After”
• through Oct. 17: Ground/Work
• through Oct. 31: “Claude & Francois-Xavier Lalanne: Nature Transformed”
• through Jan 2, 2022: “Erin Shirreff: Remainders”

 

Collar Works.org • 621 River St., Troy, NY • 518-285-0765
• through Oct. 17: “Maximum Self”

 

Courthouse Gallery • 1 Amherst St., Lake George, NY • 518-668-2616 • www.lakegeorgearts.org
• Sep. 8-20: “Blind Visionaries: work by The Seeing with Photography Collective”

 

EclipseMill.com • Studio 109, 243 Union St., North Adams, MA
• Sep. – Dec.: “Jerusalem 1960 + Tattooed Ladies” (by Magnum photographer Leonard Freed)

 

ElizabethMooreFineArt.com • 105 Warren St., Hudson, NY • 646-321-3419
• Aug. 28 – Nov. 23: Paul Jacobsen: “Visible Light”

 

CrandallLibrary.org/Folklife-Center • 251 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY • 518-792-6508
• through Dec. 31: Crafts of Saga Japan
• through Oct. 23: Remote Exhibit: Folk Arts All Around Us: Selections from the Folk Art Collection of the Folklife

 

Center at Crandall Public Library, TAUNY, Canton, NY

Greenport Conservation Area • 319 Joslen Blvd., Hudson, NY • Dawn till dusk • davidmcintyre.com
• through Sep. 21: “Step Into Stillness,” by David McIntyre (“Hudsonhenge”)

HancockShakerVillage.org • 413-443-0188 •
• through Summer 2021: Tory Burch: “Beauty Rests on Utility”
• Sep. 23-Dec. 1: “Climbing the Holy Hill” outdoor exhibition (with Our Native Daughters, Brad Wells, Roomful of Teeth, & Allison Smith)
• through Nov. 28: Thomas Barger: “Heaven Bound” and Gary Graham: “Looking Back to Look Forward”
• through Oct. 30, 2022: James Turrell & Nicholas Mosse: “Lapsed Quaker Ware”

 

HartCluett.org • 57 2nd St., Troy, NY • 518-272-7232
• through Dec. 18: “Rensselaer County’s Black History” and “The Way We Work(ed)”

 

HudsonHall.org • 327 Warren Street, Hudson, NY • 518-822-1438
• through Oct. 6: Hudson Eye: Hot Topics
• Sep. 4-Oct. 17: Four Instance: Four Hudson-based Artists (Julie Evans, John Lippert, Lucio Pozzi, & Lorenza Sannai)

 

HydeCollection.org • Adv. REG., Masks & Distance REQ’D • 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 • 413-298-5500
• photography of Clemens Kalischer

 

TheLafferGallery.com • 96 Broad St., Schuylerville, NY • 518-695-3181
• Sep. 4-Oct. 3: David Miller

 

LARAC.org • 7 Lapham Pl., Glens Falls, NY • 518-798-1144 • In person or virtually
• through Sep. 22: “Eyes Wide Open”

 

MASSMoCA.org • North Adams, MA
• 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”

 

National Museum of Dance • VIRTUALLY • 518-584-2225 • www.dancemuseum.org

 

Norman Rockwell Museum • 9 Glendale Rd, Stockbridge, MA • nrm.org • 413-298-4100 • Masks REQ’D indoors
• through Oct. 31: “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration;” “Real and Imagined: Fantastical Rockwell;” “Land of Enchantment: A Fantastical Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition”
• Nov. 13 – Mar. 6, 2022: Jan Brett: Stories Near and Far

 

NorthCountryArts.org
The Shirt Factory • Suite 120, 71 Lawrence St., Glens Falls, NY
• through Sep. 25: “Journeys” (new art in all media from more than 50 artists)
The 2nd Floor Gallery • City Hall, 42 Ridge St., Glens Falls, NY
• Sep. 27 – Nov. 5: Judith Aratoly Tully

 

Olana.org • 518-828-0135
• 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,” concurrently at Thomas Cole National Historic Site

 

PamelaSalisburyGallery.com • 361 ½ Warren St., Hudson, NY
• Sep. 4-Oct. 3: Harry Roseman: “The Fine Art of Getting Lost” • Warren Isensee: “Works on Paper” • Jill Moser: “Nude Palette” • Christina Tenaglia: “one side yellow one side blue” • Kim Uchiyama: “Interludes”

 

PS21Chatham.org • 2980 NY Route 66, Chatham, NY • 518-392-6121 • ps21chatham.org
• through Oct. 31: James Casebere’s “Solo Pavilion for Three” architectural installation

 

Robert Frost Stone House Museum • 171 VT Route 7A, Shaftsbury, VT • 802-447-6200 • bennington.edu
• through Oct. 31: “Mary Ruefle: Erasures” (1st solo exhibit of visual work by VT State Poet Laureate)

 

SalemArtWorks.org • 19 Cary Lane, Salem, NY • 518-854-7674
Cary Hill Sculpture Park and Trails • Open dawn to dusk to pedestrians & cyclists only

 

SEPTEMBERgallery.com • 449 Warren St., #3, Hudson, NY • By appt. only
• through Oct. 10: Reginald Madison’s “Home Grown”

 

Shaker Museum.org | Mount Lebanon • Fifteen past years’ exhibits viewable online
• through Sept. 31: “Call for Woodwork: In Union, Remotely”
• Pop-up Exhibit: “The Future is a Gift” • Fri.-Sun. 11 am-2:30 pm & 3:30-6 pm

 

SohnFineArt.com • 69 Church St., Lenox, MA • 413-551-7353
• through Oct. 11: Valda Bailey: “We May As Well Dance”

 

Southern Vermont Arts Center • 930 SVAC Dr., Manchester, VT • 802-362-1405 • www.svac.org
• through Sep. 26: Yester House 2021 Solo Exhibitions – Late Summer (feat. Ron Rosenstock; Matthew Peake;

Christian Schoenig; Mary Schwartz; Shanta Lee Gander; Charlotte Ghiorse; Kimberly Allison)
• through Nov. 14: Our Tangled Choices: Art and the Environment (Pat Musick & Michelle Lougee)

 

SPAC Virtual Gallery • spacfoya.org
• through Oct. 31: “All Together Now: ‘Chromatic Scales: Psychedelic Design from the Tang Teaching Museum Collection’”

 

SpencertownAcademy.org • 790 NY St. Rte. 203, Spencertown, NY
• through Sep. 19: “Still Life: Flowers, Fruits & Foods in Repose” by Mary Beth Eldridge, Ann Getsinger, Ellen

Joffe-Halpern, Julie Love Edmonds, Alice McGowan, Scot Taylor and Terry Wise

 

Tang.skidmore.edu Museum and Gallery • 518-580-8080 • ONLINE
• through Sep. 11: Nicole Cherubini: “Shaking the Trees”
• through Sep. 12: Charles Hippolyte Aubry: “Hyde Cabinet #13: Thorns in Time”
• through Oct. 10: “Elevator Music 41: Laura Ortman: Dust Dives Alive”
• through Nov. 21: “Un-Representation”
• through Nov. 28: “Ellsworth Kelly: Postcards”
• through Dec. 5: “Look After Each Other: Intimacy and Community”
• through Jan. 2, 2022: “Opener 33: Sarah Cain—Enter the Center”

 

Tanja Grunert.com • Princess Beatrix House • 21 Prospect Ave., Hudson, NY • 646-944-6197
• through Oct. 3: Christopher Fitzwater
• through Oct. 31: Arnie Zimmerman, outdoor exhibition

 

ThompsonGirouxGallery.com • 57 Main St., Chatham, NY • 518-392-3336
• through Sep. 5: “The Subject Is the Line”

 

ValleyArtisansMarket.com • 25 E. Main St., Cambridge, NY • 518-677-2765 • Online shop
• Sep. 3-28: “Laura Leigh Lanchantin: Livin’ in Cambridge”

 

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

 

WorldAwarenessChildrensMuseum.org • 518-793-2773
• Child-friendly activities with multi-cultural flavor