For our 30th anniversary, Saratoga Arts has designed a year of exhibitions highlighting artists from all across the spectrum - students, past exhibiting artists, our faculty artists, community artists, and of course, our member artists! Join Saratoga Arts as we celebrate all of the artists who have helped Saratoga Arts become what it is today!
Art teachers throughout Saratoga, Fulton & Montgomery Counties, representing Amsterdam, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Broadalbin-Perth, Gloversville, Mayfield, Saratoga Springs, Shenendehowa, South Glens Falls, and Stillwater school districts, selected work in all media from their students to exhibit in The Arts Center Gallery.
This exhibition provides a unique opportunity for art students to exhibit in a professional gallery setting and gain recognition for their artistic and creative accomplishments. This opportunity helps prepare and motivate young artists to pursue the arts throughout their lives and find value in creative communities.
With the guidance and artistic foundation provided by their teachers, students are able to develop their own voice and make connections across disciplines, while sharing their inspiration with fellow peers and the public.
By encouraging younger generations of artists to excel in their creative work, Saratoga Arts fulfills its mission of cultivating, nourishing, and sustaining the arts in all forms.
We would like to thank Berkshire Hathaway Home Services | Blake Realtors, and Public-Supply | The Brentwood for generously sponsoring this exhibition.
Saratoga Arts is partnering with LARAC and the Arts Center of the Capital Region to present the 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional. Originally developed by LARAC in 2013 to support college students, the 120° Intercollegiate Regional provides visibility for students’ artwork and an educational platform to introduce young artists to professional opportunities and local services. The annual juried exhibition now travels to a different host site each year, highlighting the best of artwork created by students who currently attend accredited colleges and universities located within 120 miles of Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls, or Troy, New York. This year, the exhibition will be held at Saratoga Arts from March 4 - April 21, 2017.
The exhibition will be juried by Ginger Ertz, Museum Educator at the Tang Teaching Museum. Ginger Ertz is the Museum Educator at the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College where she has been for over fourteen years. She is responsible for the development and implementation of all K-12 and community education programs. Ginger worked as the Educational Programming Coordinator for the Brattleboro (VT) Museum & Art Center for several years prior. A sculptor, drawer, and painter, Ginger holds the MFA degree, has taught art classes in a variety of media to children and adults, and has shown her work extensively in New England and the Capital Region. She has been invited to jury many exhibitions, including several high school regionals and the National Exhibition of Artists with Disabilities. Ginger is the recipient of a 2009 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Ginger lives in Niskayuna with her husband Charles Steckler and their cat Kasha.
Questions? Please contact Emma Huneck, Exhibitions Coordinator at Saratoga Arts, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-584-4132.
The Arts Center Galleries
Monday through Friday
11am - 5pm
For more information about our Exhibitions program contact:
Exhibitions Coordinator at 518.584.4132
Members Show Artwork Pick-Up:
Tuesday, January 3, 9am-6pm