Learn About the Staff at ACG

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Tony Iadicicco, Executive Director (he/him)

Tony Iadicicco has been with Albany Center Gallery for over a decade. First as Creative Director (2011), and then Executive Director (2012). He is an award-winning artist and community volunteer working tirelessly to connect people with the arts. He promotes the creative development of our next generation of leaders and creatives. 

Tony is working on multiple projects, as well as frequently guest speaks for panels with different organizations about art, culture and the business of art. Additionally, he is the curator of the #CapitalWalls mural program in the Capital Region of NY. He enjoys painting, being out in nature near water, traveling, and spending time with family.


Emily Prosper, Gallery Operations Coordinator (she/her)

Emily Prosper joined Albany Center Gallery in May 2021 as the Gallery Operations Coordinator. She maintains, updates, and manages the social media accounts as well as the website to develop marketing coordination and communication. Her role also consists of administrative assistance, tracking and updating databases, and designing promotional material in addition to informational signage for the gallery.  

Emily received her BFA in Studio Arts in Painting and Sculpture with a Minor in Art History from the College of Saint Rose in 2019. She is an artist who paints abstractly utilizing acrylic paint through ideas from photographs she takes.


Jennie Tang, Curatorial Associate (she/her)

Jennie Tang joined the ACG team in Fall 2018 as an intern and has been the Gallery's Curatorial Associate since May 2019. Since the beginning, Jennie has had a hand in all aspects of ACG's curatorial process, from preparatory exhibition research to each show's final installation and deinstallation, and everything in between. Driven by a personal investment in fostering diverse representation in the arts and community accessibility, Jennie has curated a number of in-house exhibitions herself at ACG since 2020. Jennie achieved her BA in Art History from SUNY Albany in 2019 and is currently a MA Candidate in Art History at CUNY Hunter College.


Karina Wojnar, Development & Membership Manager (she/her)

Karina Wojnar has been with Albany Center Gallery since July 2018. In her role as Development & Membership Manager, she oversees grant writing, donor management, fundraising, program and membership expansion, as well as community outreach.

Originally from woodsy Northern New Jersey, Karina now lives in Albany, NY, where she supports local causes that uplift unheard voices through creative expression and literacy. She co-founded and co-facilitates a monthly anti-racism book club. Karina enjoys teaching/practicing yoga, hiking, rollerblading, reading, and creating artwork that uses complementary colors.