June 8 Art.Work.Space. Workshop with Caroline Corrigan

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Register now for the next Art.Work.Space. Workshop: 🎨 Painting in the Park with Artist Mentor Caroline Corrigan!

This workshop will be on Saturday, June 8 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Register (free) at the link below by Thursday, 6/6!

*Please note that there are only 10 spots available for this workshop.*


Click here to see photos from the workshop


Let's spruce up the tables and chairs in the Jim DiNapoli Park outside ACG! These tables need a fresh coat of paint in some fun bright colors for visitors to come take a seat, sip their coffee, or play a game of chess. Together, we'll make a quick game plan for how we will carefully paint the tables and stools. Then we'll split up and get to work. Join us to help bring more vibrant colors to the park!

Snacks and drinks will be provided, but bring a water bottle, wear sunscreen and comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing. Parents/caregivers of younger students are welcome to stay and hang out. All youth between the ages of 10 -18 are invited to attend.

About the Artist Mentor: Caroline Corrigan is a graphic designer and artist. She has worked with many small businesses and non-profits in the Capital Region. She has also partnered with national companies on various creative projects, including murals in Stuyvesant Plaza and illustrating the children's book Women Artists A to Z. She lives in Albany with her husband and three children.  

The workshop is free, and there is limited space in order to foster a proactive learning environment. Registration is REQUIRED. No prior knowledge or experience in the arts nor topic of specific workshop is necessary. Please include a valid email with registration, as we will be reaching out to you for sharing logistics and waiver details.


If you have someone younger interested, please email Emily at operations@albanycentergallery.org


Partners of Art.Work.Space.: The RED Bookshelf Albany and Honest Weight Food Co-op
Funders and supporters of Art.Work.Space. include: The Carl E. Touhey Foundation and numerous generous individuals.