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Practice What You Teach, a survey of new work by Art + Design Faculty, opens on Jan. 16 at Opalka Gallery. Visit opalka.sage.edu for more information.
The faculty is comprised of artists in working in multiple media–sound, photo, graphic and interior design, printmaking, sculpture, and painting.
John Kucij will discuss the three phases of his nearly 50-year relationship with Liberia.
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Andrew Brischler is a painter whose work explores the intersection of graphic design and abstraction through playful, hand-drawn text and imagery.
An opportunity for interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among those in the greater Capital District interested in feminist and gender studies.
Jamaica Miles is the lead organizer in the Capital Region for Citizen Action of New York.
A stage adaption of Lois Lowry's Newberry Award-winning novel about a 12-year-old boy living in a utopian society.
Eve Ensler's episodic play is made up of various personal monologues read by a diverse group of women.
Sarah Jaffe is an independent journalist who covers labor, economic justice, anti-racist struggles, politics, gender, and pop culture.
Alicia Ross's work explores various aspects of female identity through the use of photography, fiber, video, and installation.
This year’s photo regional, an invitational curated by Tim Davis, explores the work of a select group of photographers.
The curator of this year’s Photography Regional exhibition, Tim Davis is an artist, writer, and musician working in many fields.
Dr. Miriam Pemberton is director of the Peace Economy Transitions Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, a progressive think tank in Washington D.C.
Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman collaboratively investigate the data tracks we amass through networked communication.
When Billy, a deaf man born into a hearing family, meets Sylvia, a young woman on the brink of deafness, he begins to understand what it means to be heard.
This rollicking musical tells the tale of Backbeard, the hairiest pirate who ever lived, and his quest to answer the question, “How should a pirate look?”