Albany Center Gallery launches Art.Work.Space.

Albany Center Gallery, a leading nonprofit art organization, has unveiled their new workshop and artist space: Art.Work.Space. The new workspace will be used to display youth and community artwork, host programming events, as well as operate as a creative workspace. The art space will be a vibrant, colorful environment for art-making, art-sharing, and dialogue about art.


The celebration occurred in conjunction with the opening of two new exhibits: Passports and Connections. Both exhibitions coincided with the 45th Anniversary archive display, showing unearthed articles and photographs from ACG’s long history.


ACG’s work has grown beyond its walls over time to include 30+ art programs annually (including free youth art programs and pop-up exhibitions), the public art project #CapitalWalls, and many other arts-related initiatives and collaborations. The new Art.Work.Space will serve as a catalyst to spark even more youth art programs, community events, and art collaborations.


“As Albany Center Gallery continues to fulfill its mission through programming and exhibits, we hope that spaces like this can serve as a creative hub for communities to access art and activities freely” said Tony Iadicicco, executive director of Albany Center Gallery. “We look forward to seeing Art.Work.Space. filled with emerging and established artists alike coming together to make and share their art.”


Albany Center Gallery’s 45th year and beyond plans to offer more free community arts programming than ever before. ACG believes in the power of artists and art’s impact on community. The demand for free, quality arts programming is higher than ever and ACG is ready to deliver.


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