Current Exhibition: PiecedTogether.

Albany Center Gallery (ACG) presents PiecedTogether.. The exhibition runs from June 11 to July 13, 2024. This exhibit features the works of three local artists: Wenda Habenicht, Cris Ortiz, and FRANC PALAIA. An Artists’ Reception will be held on Friday, June 14, 2024 from 5 - 8 p.m. PiecedTogether. is free and open to the public; Tuesday - Saturday, Noon - 5 p.m.

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LOOK! 10 years

LOOK! Celebrating 10 Years of Youth Art Programs

Over the past decade, thousands of youth have been positively impacted by ACG's programming. You play an important role in keeping the arts alive and educating the next generation of artists. Because with YOUR help, we work to meet the art needs of the community and provide more art accessibility for youth and the community as a whole. 

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Summer Art Fest

Summer Art Fest

Please join us for the inaugural year of Summer Art Fest on Saturday, July 27 from 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm. It'll be a free, immersive ALL AGES arts festival in Downtown Albany. 

There will be an outdoor pop-up gallery, live artists, kids art corner, community partners and vendors, public art, refreshments, music, and oh - so much more! We hope to see you there. Just show up!

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Art.Work.Space monthly youth workshops

ACG hosts monthly youth art workshops (coined Art.Work.Space.) in partnership with The RED Bookshelf and Honest Weight Food Co-op. The programs are led by local artist mentors on the 2nd Saturday of each month throughout the year. The themes of the workshops dependent on what the youth want and the medium(s) of each artist. We plan to have workshops in writing, mural painting, screen printing, comic book making, collaging, clothing design, graphic design, watercolor painting, music, poetry, literacy, and more!

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Youth Art Programs: LOOK!

These are ALL our youth art programs and workshops in one place. ACG often works with local schools, youth centers, and other non-profit organizations to provide free and accessible art programs for youth.

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