MAY Art in Public Places

May 1st-30th, 2024

Saratoga Springs Visitor's Center

Jeremy Riel

April 1st-June 28th, 2024

Country Corner Café

Kathryn Mathers

May 1st-30th, 2024

Saratoga Springs Public Library

Janene Bouck

May 1st-30th, 2024

Friends of the Saratoga Springs Library Cafe

Emily Tironi

April 1st-May 30th, 2024

Saratoga Springs Train Station

Art in Public Places is a Member-Exclusive program, which showcases the work of local artists in publicly accessible locations, across the Capital Region. 

Interested in Art in Public Places but not a member yet?: That’s ok! 

Become a member here!

2024 Art in Public Places Application

For more information visit our FAQ page!

Guidelines and FAQ

Current Venues:

Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library (Site A and B)

Saratoga Springs Visitor Center

Town of Ballston Community Library

Saratoga Springs Public Library

Saratoga Springs Train Station (bi-monthly exhibition)

Country Corner Café (tri-monthly exhibition)

Friends of the Saratoga Springs Library Café

Are you a venue interested in housing an AIPP exhibition?

Saratoga Arts is always looking for new businesses and organizations interested in becoming a part of our Art in Public Places program.  Businesses and organizations must have a suitable space to present between 10-20 artworks – it could be a hallway or other open area, as long as it's a public space! 

Each venue only houses the exhibition. Artists are responsible for installation, deinstallation and maintenance. Saratoga Arts will takes care of the rest!  Saratoga Arts schedules different artists for each month, creates all promotional materials for the exhibition, and coordinates all sales. We will schedule an artist to install their work for either a monthly or bi-monthly exhibition.

Please email if you think your public place could benefit from a vibrant display of local art!

Saratoga Arts

320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
p. 518.584.4132
Office hours: Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Friday 11am-3pm

Saratoga Arts' programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.  

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