Guests are welcome to visit The Arts Center Gallery!
Monday through Friday
11am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday
Opportunities for Artists
Our Exhibition Program
Saratoga Arts offers a comprehensive exhibition program, including nearly 20 on-site and 80 off-site exhibitions annually. With nearly 12,000 visitors per year in the Arts Center Gallery, we continue to enrich community through exposure to high quality, current, contemporary art.
For more information about our Exhibitions program contact:
Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions
email@example.com or 518.584.4132
The Arts Center Galleries
In the Main Gallery
Black Dimensions in Art
40th Anniversary Exhibit
October 3 - November 7
Curated by Stephen J. Tyson and Stanwyck E. Cromwell
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 3, 6-8pm
Since 1975, Black Dimensions in Art, Inc. (BDA) has been dedicated to educating the public about artists of the African Diaspora and their unique contributions to the American art scene, and encourage African-American youth in the practice, application, and appreciation of the arts.
In the Members' Hall Gallery
Paintings by Paul Katz
Through October 31
Paul Katz was born in New York City in 1942. He received his B.A. from the City College of New York and did graduate studies in Art History at Hunter College. He worked as a staff photographer for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, taught in the art department of Herbert H. Lehman College, initiated and directed a program of photography exhibitions at the Marlborough Gallery, co-edited Art Now- New York and acted as a consultant to the Clark Art Institute. His paintings and photographs have been exhibited in various galleries and institutions including The National Gallery of Art, The Mead Art Museum of Amherst College and the deYoung Museum of San Francisco.
In the Reception Gallery
Paintings by Corey Pitkin
Through November 28
Cory Pitkin's re-imagines events & memories in his paintings. Sequences fall out of place and unrelated events collide to make an entirely new memory, where it is more daydream than chronicle. It is in this meeting of real and imagined that Pitkin paints from, reshaping smaller worlds into a better place than remembered.