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Welcome to Sage's calendar of events. Sage hosts lectures, readings, theater and dance performances, films, art exhibits, and more.

Unless specified, all events are free and open to the public. Please check back often for the most up-to-date information.

Fall 2015 Events

February

Today (Wednesday, February 10th)

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, February 11th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Film Screening: The Notorious Mr. Bout (2014)
    The Notorious Mr. Bout
    This documentary explores events leading to the arrest of notorious arms dealer and war profiteer Viktor Bout.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 5:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Film Screening: The Notorious Mr. Bout (2014)

    The Notorious Mr. Bout PosterThis documentary explores events leading to the arrest of notorious arms dealer and war profiteer Viktor Bout, utilizing Bout’s own home movies and DEA surveillance material.

    This screening and discussion is presented in conjunction with the New Russia Cultural Center.

    Reception at 5:30 pm, film at 6 pm, with discussion afterward.

    Watch the Trailer

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, February 12th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, February 13th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    Kate Teale, Ghost
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, February 14th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Monday, February 15th

  • Fiction Reading: W.B. Belcher
    Belcher Book Cover
    W.B. Belcher will read from and discuss his novel "Lay Down Your Weary Tune." A signing will follow.
    Location: TBD
    Time: 4:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Fiction Reading: W.B. Belcher

    W.B. BelcherW.B. Belcher will read from and discuss his novel, "Lay Down Your Weary Tune," a book that has been called “beautifully thrownback” and “openhanded” by Matthew Quick, author of "The Silver Linings Playbook." A book signing will follow.

    W.B. Belcher's website: www.wbbelcher.com

Tuesday, February 16th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, February 17th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, February 18th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, February 19th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, February 20th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, February 21st

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Tuesday, February 23rd

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, February 24th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

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    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • WORLD Series: Screening of 'Solar Mamas'
    This documentary follows women from the developing world at a college in India that trains solar energy engineers.
    Location: Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 1:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    WORLD Series: Screening of 'Solar Mamas'

    This documentary follows women from the developing world at a college in India that trains solar energy engineers.

    More about Solar Mamas

    WORLD is an acronym for Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing, Russell Sage College’s general education program. During the academic year, the program hosts speakers who present on wide-ranging and complex topics. WORLD Series talks are free, open to the public and held in Bush Memorial Center. 

    Sponsored by: WORLD

    Contact: Dr. David A. Salomon | 518-244-3118 | salomd@sage.edu

Thursday, February 25th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, February 26th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • PechaKucha Night @ The Opalka
    Short talks by interesting people! PechaKucha is a format in which speakers present 20 slides for 20 seconds each. Contact Amy Griffin at griffa@sage.edu if you are interested in presenting.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    PechaKucha Night @ The Opalka

    Short talks by interesting people! PechaKucha is a format in which speakers present 20 slides for 20 seconds each.

    Contact Amy Griffin, exhibits and public programs coordinator, at griffa@sage.edu, if you’re interested in presenting!

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: Amy Griffin | griffa@sage.edu

  • OPENING NIGHT: The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    OPENING NIGHT: The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, February 27th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, February 28th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

March

Tuesday, March 1st

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Artist Lecture: Kate Teale
    Kate Teale, Ghost
    Kate Teale's exhibition, The Housed, runs through April 10 at the Opalka Gallery.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    Artist Lecture: Kate Teale

    CroppedGhostKate Teale works in oil. watercolor and graphite to make a variety of works from small painting to large, site-specific wall drawings. Her exhibition, The Housed, runs through April 10 at the Opalka.

    Teale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

     

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design

Wednesday, March 2nd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, March 3rd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, March 4th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, March 5th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, March 6th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars
    Number the Stars
    Inspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Number the Stars

    Number the StarsInspired by real events, Number the Stars is the story of two adolescent girls during World War II, as the Danish Resistance smuggles Jewish residents of Nazi-occupied Denmark to safety in Sweden.

    Adapted by Douglas W. Larche from the novel by Lois Lowry and directed by David Bunce.

    Recommended for ages 9+

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Tuesday, March 8th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, March 9th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, March 10th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, March 11th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, March 12th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, March 13th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    Kate Teale, painting
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Monday, March 14th

  • 2016 Nutrition Lecture: Are We Making Progress to Control the Obesity Epidemic?
    William Dietz
    William Dietz, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Sumner M. Redstone Global Center for Prevention and Wellness at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University, will discuss the obesity epidemic and changes at the national, state and local level that suggest we may be turning the corner.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    2016 Nutrition Lecture: Are We Making Progress to Control the Obesity Epidemic?

    William DietzWilliam Dietz, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Sumner M. Redstone Global Center for Prevention and Wellness at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University, will discuss the obesity epidemic and changes at the national, state and local level that suggest we may be turning the corner.

    Emcee: Benita Zahn, D.P.S. WNYT NewsChannel 13 anchor

    Presented by The Sage Colleges and CDPHP

    Free and Open to the Public

    Complete Details and RSVP Information

    Sponsored by: CDPHP, Nutrition

    Contact: Dr. Nina Marinello | (518) 244-2233 | marina1@sage.edu

Tuesday, March 15th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, March 16th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, March 17th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Film Screening: Drawing on Life (2014)
    Drawing on Life
    Following a series of Irish architects in their studios, this documentary film explores the importance of hand drawing and its almost primeval power to capture ideas and communicate imagination amidst our frenetic digital world.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Film Screening: Drawing on Life (2014)

    Drawing on Life

    Following a series of Irish architects in their studios, this documentary film explores the importance of hand drawing and its almost primeval power to capture ideas and communicate imagination amidst our frenetic digital world.

    Website: drawingonlife.com

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, March 18th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, March 19th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, March 20th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Monday, March 21st

  • Fiction Reading: Elizabeth Brundage
    Brundage Cover
    Elizabeth Brundage, author of six novels, will read from her latest book, "All Things Cease to Appear," described as a classic whodunit that morphs into a “why-and-how-dun-it.” A book signing will follow.
    Location: TBA
    Time: 4:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Fiction Reading: Elizabeth Brundage

    Elizabeth BrundageElizabeth Brundage, author of five previous novels, will read from her sixth book, the just-published "All Things Cease to Appear," described as a classic "who-dun-it" that morphs into a "why-and-howdun-it.” A book signing will follow.

    Brundage has taught at Sage and Skidmore and holds degrees from Hampshire College and the prestigious Iowa University Writer’s Workshop.

    Free and open to the public.

    Sponsored by: Cowee Hall, Fourth Floor

    Contact: English and Modern Languages, Dr. David A. Salomon | 518-244-3118 | salomd@sage.edu

Tuesday, March 22nd

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Wednesday, March 23rd

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    Kate Teale, Ghost
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, March 24th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Friday, March 25th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, March 26th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, March 27th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

    More Details »

    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Tuesday, March 29th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • New York State Teacher of the Year Dana McDonough
    Dana McDonough
    Dana McDonough teaches second grade at Fostertown Magnet School in the Newburgh City School District. Her teaching philosophy is based on strengthening the school-family-community partnership.
    Location: Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    New York State Teacher of the Year Dana McDonough

    Dana McDonoughDana McDonough teaches second grade at Fostertown Magnet School in the Newburgh City School District, where she has taught for all of her 22 years in the profession. Her teaching philosophy is based on strengthening the school-family-community partnership and she enjoys mentoring new and student teachers. She is a member of the Newburgh Teacher Association and a Union Building delegate.

    Contact: Esteves School of Education, 518-244-2326 | SchoolOfEducation@sage.edu

Wednesday, March 30th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Thursday, March 31st

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    Kate Teale, "Homewrecker,"2014
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

April

Friday, April 1st

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Workshop: Collage Night
    Drop in for a night of art-making hosted by Caroline Corrigan and Ira Marcks. Materials will be supplied for you to make your own collage, listen to music and socialize at this art party for grownups. Co-sponsored by Sage Student Life. Open to the public.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:00pm
    Duration: 3 hours

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    Workshop: Collage Night

    Drop in for a night of art-making hosted by Caroline Corrigan and Ira Marcks. Materials will be supplied for you to make your own collage, listen to music and socialize at this art party for grownups. Co-sponsored by Sage Student Life. Open to the public.

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery and Sage Student Life

Saturday, April 2nd

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, April 3rd

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Monday, April 4th

  • iThink Creativity Lab
    A series of "think tank" opportunities for the general public. Participants work with college professors and students to develop potential solutions to problems of their choice.
    Location: Kahl Campus Center, Room 105 - Albany Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    iThink Creativity Lab

    Sage College of Albany is offering a series of four "think tank" opportunities for the general public. SCA Dean Joanne Curran will lead the sessions using a model of creative thinking fostered by Alex Osborn, the executive who coined the term "brainstorming." Participants will work with college professors and students to develop potential solutions to problems of their choice. This public outreach builds on the series of Innovative Thinking courses Sage College of Albany offers as its general education core curriculum.

    Free and open to the public.

    Contact: 518-244-1704 | SCADean@sage.edu

Tuesday, April 5th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Artist Lecture: Isidro Blasco
    Isidro Blasco
    Isidro Blasco uses digital photography and common building materials to assemble three-dimensional constructions that reconstruct interior spaces and outdoor environments and explore vision and perception.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Artist Lecture: Isidro Blasco

    Isidro Blasco uses digital photography and common building materials to assemble three-dimensional constructions that reconstruct interior spaces and outdoor environments and explore vision and perception. With an educational foundation in both fine arts and architecture, he build sculptures that combine architecture, photography and installation to explore themes of vision and perception in relation to physical experience. Some of these works incorporate photos while others use photography as the inspiration.

    Isidro Blasco 

    Blasco was born in Madrid and has lived in New York for 20 years. A two-time recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, he was also awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts in 2000. His works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, the Tweed Museum of Art and the Chicago Institute of Contemporary Art, among others. He’s had solo shows in Shanghai, Sydney, Santiago de Chile and at the Reina Sofia in Madrid.

    For more information, please visit: isidroblasco.com

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design

Wednesday, April 6th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Film Screening: The Hunting Ground
    The Hunting Ground Poster
    A piercing, monumental exposé of rape culture on college campuses. This documentary film follows undergraduate rape survivors pursuing both their education and justice, despite ongoing harassment and the devastating toll on them and their families.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 5:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    Film Screening: The Hunting Ground

    The Hunting Ground PosterOne in five women in college are sexually assaulted, yet only a fraction of these crimes are reported and fewer result in punishment for the perpetrators.

    The documentary The Hunting Ground reveals a system of institutional cover-ups, rationalizations, victim-blaming and denial that creates perfect conditions for predators to act with impunity, and follows sexual assault survivors who are employing a Title IX legal strategy to fight back.

    Reception at 5 pm, film at 5:30 pm, with a discussion afterward. 

    Sponsored by: The Wellness Center

Thursday, April 7th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

  • Lecture: PAY ATTENTION! Growing Up with a Diagnosis of ADHD and Other Neuropsychiatic Disorders with Jessica Lennington, Ph.D., RSC '01
    Jessica Lennington
    Jessica Lennington, a postdoctoral fellow studying the neurobiology of childhood-onset neuropsychiatric disorders at the Yale Child Study Center, will discuss questions that arise for families and educators of children with neuropsychiatric disorders.
    Location: Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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    Lecture: PAY ATTENTION! Growing Up with a Diagnosis of ADHD and Other Neuropsychiatic Disorders with Jessica Lennington, Ph.D., RSC '01

    Jessica LenningtonMany children are diagnosed with neuropsychiatric disorders including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome, anxiety and mood disorders.

    Jessica Lennington, a postdoctoral fellow studying the neurobiology of childhood-onset neuropsychiatric disorders at the Yale Child Study Center and a Marriage and Family Therapy master's degree candidate, will discuss questions that arise for families and educators of these children: What defines typical development? Does our culture have unrealistic expectations for kids when it comes to attention and behavior: should excessive use of attention-enhancing medications be considered cheating? How can we safeguard out children's neurophysiological profiles?

    Sponsored by: Esteves School of Education

Friday, April 8th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 10 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Saturday, April 9th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale’s makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Sunday, April 10th

  • Kate Teale: The Housed
    London-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 12:00pm
    Duration: 5 hours

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    Kate Teale: The Housed

    HomewreckerLondon-born, New York City-based artist Kate Teale makes atmospheric paintings and large-scale drawings of waves, bedsheets, and windows. She works in oil, watercolor and graphite to create images that float between figuration and abstraction. Whether with smaller works on canvas or large-scale site-specific drawings, one of which she'll create in the gallery, she mines imagery that swings from the private to public, specific to universal but all loaded with meaning.

    KateTealesheetsTeale was educated at Oxford University and City and Guilds of London Art School before receiving her MFA from Hunter College/CUNY. Her first solo show in NYC was at Spring Gallery in 1996 and she’s since shown at AIR Gallery, Monya Rowe Gallery, Jim Kempner Fine Art, Kristen Frederickson Contemporary Art, the Richmond Center for the Visual Arts at Western Michigan University, and Hampden Gallery at UMass, Amherst among other places. She’s the recipient of a Painters and Sculptors Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and a NYFA Fellow. She’s also a writer, curator and founder of the Big&Small/Casual Gallery in Long Island City.

    "The Housed" travels to Opalka Gallery from Western Michigan's University's Richmond Center for Visual Arts where it was curated by Don Desmett.

    For more information, please visit: kateteale.net and bigandsmallcasual.net

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

Monday, April 11th

  • Lecture: Ann Myers, Ed.D., and Jill Berkowicz, Ed.D.
    The STEM Shift Cover
    Ann Myers and Jill Berkowicz are co-authors of Leadership 360, a blog published by Education Week, and of "The STEM Shift: A Guide for School Leaders."
    Location: Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    Lecture: Ann Myers, Ed.D., and Jill Berkowicz, Ed.D.

    Ann Myers and Jill BerkowiczAnn Myers is professor emerita at The Sage Colleges where she was founding director of the doctoral program in Educational Leadership and of the Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung Center for the Promotion of Mental Health and School Safety.

    Jill Berkowicz is an adjunct professor at SUNY New Paltz in the Educational Leadership program.

    They are co-authors of Leadership 360, a blog published by Education Week, and of The STEM Shift: A Guide for School Leaders.  

    Sponsored by: Esteves School of Education

Wednesday, April 13th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

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    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • The 2016 Carol Ann Donahue Poetry Reading: Sandra Lim
    Sandra Lim
    Sandra Lim is the author of "Loveliest Grotesque,"which won the Kore Press First Book Award for Poetry, and "The Wilderness," for which she received the Barnard Women Poets Prize.
    Location: Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 1:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

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    The 2016 Carol Ann Donahue Poetry Reading: Sandra Lim

    Sandra Lim

    Sandra Lim is the author of "Loveliest Grotesque,"which won the Kore Press First Book Award for Poetry, and "The Wilderness," for which she received the Barnard Women Poets Prize. A book signing will follow.

    This reading is presented as part of the WORLD Series. WORLD is an acronym for Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing, Russell Sage College’s general education program. During the academic year, the program hosts speakers who present on wide-ranging and complex topics.

    WORLD Series talks are free, open to the public and held in Bush Memorial Center. 

    Sponsored by: Student Life

    Contact: Diane Angrisano | 518-244-2207

Thursday, April 14th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, April 15th

  • The 15th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Conference
    Underground Railroad History Project logo
    The Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, Inc. researches, celebrates and preserves New York’s history in the Underground Railroad movement in its national and international context, highlighting the role of abolitionists and freedom seekers. This year's conference will focus on The Underground Railroad and American Identities.
    Location: Various Locations - Troy Campus
    Time: 8:30am
    Duration: 11 hours 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The 15th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Conference

    The Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, Inc. researches, celebrates and preserves New York’s history in the Underground Railroad movement in its national and international context, highlighting the role of abolitionists and freedom seekers. This year's conference will focus on The Underground Railroad and American Identities.

    Schedule: 

    Friday, April 15, 2016  –  8:30am-3:00pm and 7:00pm-8:00pm

    Educators Workshop – Racism in America: Where Do We Go From Here? (St. John’s Episcopal Church – 146 First St., Troy)

    Alan, Singer, PhD, Professor of Secondary Education, and Director of Social Studies Education, Hofstra University, and April Francis, Social Studies educator in Uniondale Union Free School District and member of the Hofstra University research team that developed New York State and Slavery: Complicity and Resistance curriculum guide.

    Opening AddressNo Place for Confederate Symbols: The Flag Must Come Down? (Bush Memorial, Russell Sage College – 65 First St., Troy)

    Scaling the South Carolina statehouse flag pole to remove the Confederate flag, a symbol of untouchable and invincible white supremacy, Bree Newsome provides a powerful witness for us today to be inspired by and build on the legacy left to us by those who came before us. Grounded in the belief that individuals and groups united in action can create a better world, she calls us to Learn the Past, Be the Present, and Create the Future® together.

    Saturday, April 16, 2016  – 8:30am-7:00pm

    Workshops, Vendors, Exhibits, and more

    8:30am  – – –  Registration Opens (Buchman Pavilion, Russell Sage College – 65 First St., Troy)

    8:45am  – – –  Pre-conference program & buffet breakfast

    9:45am  – – –  Welcome and Keynote

    Keynote: The Underground Railroad in Colonial and Revolutionary NY: Redefining the Passage to FreedomGraham Russell Gao Hodges is the George Dorland Langdon, Jr. Professor of History & Africana Studies, Colgate University

    10:45am  – – –  Breakout Session 1

    12:20pm  – – –  Cultural Performance

    12:45pm  – – –  Lunch, Vendors, Exhibits, Conversation (Lunch at St. John’s Episcopal Church – 146 First St., Troy)

    2:15pm  – – –    Breakout Session 2

    3:30pm  – – –   Breakout Session 3

    4:45pm  – – –   Litany of Remembrance

    5:30pm  – – –   Art Exhibit and Reception (Rensselaer County Historical Society – 57 Second St., Troy) 

     Sunday, April 17, 20161:00pm-4:00pm

    African-American-Dutch Heritage Tour – Mapping the History of Slavery and African Heritage in the Hudson Valley – Capital Region bus tour begins and ends at The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence – 194 Livingston Avenue, Albany, NY 12210

     

    Contact: 518-432-4432

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • OPENING NIGHT: The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    OPENING NIGHT: The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, April 16th

  • The Fourth Annual Autism Conference: Best Practices in Austism Intervention
    Dana Reinecke, Ph.D., assistant professor of Applied Behavioral Analysis and representative at large for the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis, will deliver the keynote address.
    Location: Sage College of Albany
    Time: 8:00am
    Duration: 8 hours

    More Details »

    The Fourth Annual Autism Conference: Best Practices in Austism Intervention

    Dana Reinecke, Ph.D., assistant professor of Applied Behavioral Analysis and representative at large for the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis, will deliver the keynote address. For more information, contact Kelly Gansfuss at gansfk@sage.edu or (518) 244-2217.

    Sponsored by: Center for Applied Behavior Analysis at Sage

    Contact: Kelly Gansfuss | (518) 292-1730 | gansfk@sage.edu

  • The 15th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Conference
    Underground Railroad History Project logo
    The Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, Inc. researches, celebrates and preserves New York’s history in the Underground Railroad movement in its national and international context, highlighting the role of abolitionists and freedom seekers. This year's conference will focus on The Underground Railroad and American Identities.
    Location: Various Locations - Troy Campus
    Time: 8:30am
    Duration: 10 hours 30 minutes

    More Details »

    The 15th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Conference

    The Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, Inc. researches, celebrates and preserves New York’s history in the Underground Railroad movement in its national and international context, highlighting the role of abolitionists and freedom seekers. This year's conference will focus on The Underground Railroad and American Identities.

    Schedule: 

    Friday, April 15, 2016  –  8:30am-3:00pm and 7:00pm-8:00pm

    Educators Workshop – Racism in America: Where Do We Go From Here? (St. John’s Episcopal Church – 146 First St., Troy)

    Alan, Singer, PhD, Professor of Secondary Education, and Director of Social Studies Education, Hofstra University, and April Francis, Social Studies educator in Uniondale Union Free School District and member of the Hofstra University research team that developed New York State and Slavery: Complicity and Resistance curriculum guide.

    Opening AddressNo Place for Confederate Symbols: The Flag Must Come Down? (Bush Memorial, Russell Sage College – 65 First St., Troy)

    Scaling the South Carolina statehouse flag pole to remove the Confederate flag, a symbol of untouchable and invincible white supremacy, Bree Newsome provides a powerful witness for us today to be inspired by and build on the legacy left to us by those who came before us. Grounded in the belief that individuals and groups united in action can create a better world, she calls us to Learn the Past, Be the Present, and Create the Future® together.

    Saturday, April 16, 2016  – 8:30am-7:00pm

    Workshops, Vendors, Exhibits, and more

    8:30am  – – –  Registration Opens (Buchman Pavilion, Russell Sage College – 65 First St., Troy)

    8:45am  – – –  Pre-conference program & buffet breakfast

    9:45am  – – –  Welcome and Keynote

    Keynote: The Underground Railroad in Colonial and Revolutionary NY: Redefining the Passage to FreedomGraham Russell Gao Hodges is the George Dorland Langdon, Jr. Professor of History & Africana Studies, Colgate University

    10:45am  – – –  Breakout Session 1

    12:20pm  – – –  Cultural Performance

    12:45pm  – – –  Lunch, Vendors, Exhibits, Conversation (Lunch at St. John’s Episcopal Church – 146 First St., Troy)

    2:15pm  – – –    Breakout Session 2

    3:30pm  – – –   Breakout Session 3

    4:45pm  – – –   Litany of Remembrance

    5:30pm  – – –   Art Exhibit and Reception (Rensselaer County Historical Society – 57 Second St., Troy) 

     Sunday, April 17, 20161:00pm-4:00pm

    African-American-Dutch Heritage Tour – Mapping the History of Slavery and African Heritage in the Hudson Valley – Capital Region bus tour begins and ends at The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence – 194 Livingston Avenue, Albany, NY 12210

     

    Contact: 518-432-4432

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, April 17th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • 'Romeo and Juliet' Talkback
    Lary Opitz, Artistic Director of Saratoga Shakespeare Company and Professor of Theatre at Skidmore College, will lead a discussion following the matinee performance of "Romeo and Juliet."
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 4:00pm
    Duration: 1 hour

    More Details »

    'Romeo and Juliet' Talkback

    Lary Opitz, Artistic Director of Saratoga Shakespeare Company and
    Professor of Theatre at Skidmore College, will lead a discussion following the matinee performance of "Romeo and Juliet."

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Wednesday, April 20th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, April 21st

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • The 2016 Armenian Lecture: Confronting Crimes Against Humanity: From the Armenian Genocide to Climate Change Denial
    Dr. Steven Leibo
    Dr. Steven Leibo will present this year's Armenian Lecture.
    Location: Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour

    More Details »

    The 2016 Armenian Lecture: Confronting Crimes Against Humanity: From the Armenian Genocide to Climate Change Denial

    Dr. Steven Leibo OfficeDr. Steven Leibo is the Sherman David Spector Professor of Modern International History & Politics at The Sage Colleges and an international affairs commentator for WAMC Northeast Public Radio. He is also currently serving as an associate in research at Harvard University’s China Center.

    Sponsored by the Armenian Fund of The Sage Colleges

    Sponsored by: The Armenian Fund

Friday, April 22nd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, April 23rd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, April 24th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet (Sign Language Interpreted)
    Romeo and Juliet
    TIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, 2 operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Romeo and Juliet (Sign Language Interpreted)

    Romeo and JulietTIS joins the worldwide celebration of the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth with one of his most popular titles. This romantic tragedy of feuding families and thwarted love has inspired over 20 films, two operas, a Broadway musical, and countless dance interpretations. 

    Romeo and Juliet
    April 13 - 24, 2016
    Opening night: Friday, April 15, 7:30pm

    Wed     April 13           10am
    Thurs   April 14           10am
    Fri        April 15           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 16           7:30pm
    Sun      April 17           2pm
    Wed     April 20           10am
    Thurs   April 21           10am
    Fri        April 22           10am, 7:30pm
    Sat       April 23           7:30pm
    Sun      April 24           2pmSign Language Interpreted

    Recommended for ages 13+

    School Matinee Order Form
    Box Office: 518-244-2248

     

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, April 29th

  • Opening Reception: The 12th Annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition
    The annual BFA exhibition includes work from students in Fine Art, Photography, Graphic + Media Design and Interior Design.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 5:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    Opening Reception: The 12th Annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition

    The annual BFA exhibition includes work from students in Fine Art, Photography, Graphic + Media Design and Interior Design.  The exhibition runs from April 29 to June 11, 2016.

    Sponsored by: The Department of Art + Design

May

Monday, May 2nd

  • Spring 2016 WORLD Conference
    The WORLD Conference takes place at the end of each semester. WLD 201 and WLD 401 students present their work using posters, demonstrations, and oral presentations.
    Location: Buchman Pavilion & Bush Memorial Center - Troy Campus
    Time: 9:00am
    Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes

    More Details »

    Spring 2016 WORLD Conference

    The WORLD Conference takes place at the end of each semester. WLD 201 and WLD 401 students present their work using posters, demonstrations, and oral presentations.

    WORLD is an acronym for Women Owning Responsibility for Learning and Doing,
    Russell Sage College’s general education program. During the academic year, the
    program hosts speakers who present on wide-ranging and complex topics. WORLD
    Series talks are free, open to the public and held in Bush Memorial Center.

     

    Sponsored by: WORLD program at Russell Sage College, Upton Center for Women’s Studies

    Contact: Dr. David A. Salomon | 518-244-3118 | salomd@sage.edu

Tuesday, May 3rd

  • Artist Lecture: Adam Frelin and Barbara Nelson
    Breathing Lights
    Artist Adam Frelin and architect Barbara Nelson's proposal, Breathing Lights, was awarded $1 million by the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge. They will discuss the project and the process behind it.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    Time: 6:30pm
    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    More Details »

    Artist Lecture: Adam Frelin and Barbara Nelson

    Breathing Lights 

    Last year, artist Adam Frelin and architect Barbara Nelson teamed up with more than 25 community and private sector partners on an Albany/Schenectady/Troy Region submission to the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge. Their submission, Breathing Lights was one of four projects chosen to receive up to $1 million to realize their proposal.

    For two months, Breathing Lights will illuminate the street-facing windows of hundreds of vacant buildings in Schenectady, Albany and Troy. Concentrated in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods with high vacancy rates, these installations will transform vacant structures from pockets of shadows into places of warmth.

    The team hopes the massive installation will illuminate the region’s struggle with vacancy and its effects on residents and neighborhood economies, regenerating interest in once-vibrant communities. Through a combination of programming, newly-created digital resources and a comprehensive marketing and advocacy campaign, the intention is to create a platform for community stakeholders and policymakers to discuss the multifaceted issue of vacancy and propose solutions.

    For more information, please see: http://breathinglights.com/

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery and the Department of Art + Design

Thursday, May 5th

  • Film Screening: What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy (2015)
    What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy
    This film explores the relationship between two men, sons of high-ranking Nazi officials, who possess starkly contrasting attitudes toward their fathers. It’s a unique view of father-son relationships with unexpected and difficult conclusions.
    Location: Opalka Gallery - Albany Campus
    More Details »

    Film Screening: What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy (2015)

    What Our Fathers Did PosterThis film explores the relationship between two men, sons of high-ranking Nazi officials, who possess starkly contrasting attitudes toward their fathers. It’s a unique view of father-son relationships with unexpected and difficult conclusions.

    Watch the Trailer

    Sponsored by: Opalka Gallery

    Contact: 518-292-7742 | opalka@sage.edu

June

Wednesday, June 1st

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, June 2nd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, June 3rd

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, June 4th

  • OPENING MATINEE: The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    OPENING MATINEE: The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, June 5th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Tuesday, June 7th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:30am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Wednesday, June 8th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Thursday, June 9th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Friday, June 10th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 10:00am
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

  • Additional times on this date:
    Time: 7:30pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Saturday, June 11th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

Sunday, June 12th

  • The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical
    Backbeard: The Musical
    A new musical based Matthew McElligot’s beloved children’s book series about the hairiest, toughest pirate ever.
    Location: Schacht Fine Arts Center Theater - Troy Campus
    Time: 2:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

    More Details »

    The Theatre Institute Presents: Backbeard the Musical

    Backbeard: The MusicalA new musical based on local author and Sage Faculty Matthew McElligott’s children’s book series Backbeard and the Birthday Suit and Backbeard: Pirate for Hire. A collaboration between Matthew McElligot (book and lyrics), Michael Musial (music and lyrics), Larry Tuxbury (book and lyrics) and Brian Sheldon (book).

    Backbeard the Musical tells the story of Backbeard, the hairiest, toughest pirate ever. Following a particularly rowdy birthday party, even he admits that he's a mess and it's that time for new duds. The clothing store doesn't have pirate gear, but it does have a straw boater, colorfully patterned trousers, a coat, and a pig - not the look Backbeard expected though one that brings both surprises and delights.

    Recommended for all ages

    Buy Tickets

    Sponsored by: The Theatre Institute at Sage

    Contact: 518-244-4505 | theatreinstitute@sage.edu

September

Friday, September 16th

  • Lecture and Book Signing: Wes Moore
    Wes Moore is a youth advo­cate, Army com­bat vet­eran, social entre­pre­neur, and host of Beyond Belief on the Oprah Win­frey Net­work. His first book The Other Wes Moore became an instant New York Times and Wall Street Jour­nal bestseller.
    Location: Kahl Campus Center Gymnasium - Albany Campus
    Time: 7:00pm
    Duration: 2 hours

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    Lecture and Book Signing: Wes Moore

    Wes Moore is a youth advo­cate, Army com­bat vet­eran, social entre­pre­neur, and host of Beyond Belief on the Oprah Win­frey Net­work. His first book The Other Wes Moore became an instant New York Times and Wall Street Jour­nal bestseller.

    Born in 1978, Wes and his sis­ters were raised by their wid­owed mother. Despite early aca­d­e­mic and behav­ioral strug­gles, he grad­u­ated Phi Theta Kappa in 1998 as a com­mis­sioned offi­cer from Val­ley Forge Mil­i­tary Col­lege, and Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­sity in 2001, where he also played foot­ball and earned a bachelor’s degree in Inter­na­tional Rela­tions. He then became a Rhodes Scholar, study­ing Inter­na­tional Rela­tions at Oxford University.

    After his stud­ies, Wes, a para­trooper and Cap­tain in the United States Army, served a com­bat tour of duty in Afghanistan with the 1st Brigade of the 82nd Air­borne Divi­sion. Wes then served as a White House fel­low to Sec­re­tary of State Con­deleezza Rice. He serves on the board of the Iraq Afghanistan Vet­er­ans of Amer­ica (IAVA), The Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­sity, and founded an orga­ni­za­tion called STAND! that works with Bal­ti­more youth involved in the crim­i­nal jus­tice system.

    Wes is com­mit­ted to help­ing the par­ents, teach­ers, men­tors, and advo­cates who serve our nations youth. A por­tion of all book pro­ceeds for “The Other Wes Moore” are being donated to City Year and the US Dream Academy.

    Sponsored by: SCA Dean's Office

    Contact: Ketti Blackwell, 518.292.1704, hortok@sage.edu