Fall 2019

 

FRI, September 6 

6-9pm RECEPTION, with live screenprinting by Rebekah Tolley

6-9pm BEER GARDEN + LIVE MUSIC: Pop-up Craft Beer Garden, featuring beer by Druthers and musical performance by Joe Barna’s Sketches of Influence with special guest Stacy Dillard

SAT, September 7

10:30am – 12:30pm INTERACTIVE ARTIST-LED EVENT: Community Self Care with The Everyday Feminist

THU, September 12

5:30pm CURATORS’ TOUR: Exhibition tour led by Madison LaVallee, Julie Casper Roth and Melissa Sarris

6:30pm ARTIST TALK: Lucretia Knapp & Lynne Yamamoto

FRI, September 13

6-9pm BEER GARDEN + LIVE MUSIC:

Celebrating 70 Years of Sage in Albany, featuring beer by Rare Form Brewing Company and musical performance Zan and the Winter Folk and Belle-Skinner

TUES, September 17

6:30pm OUTDOOR YOGA, with Jammella Anderson. All levels welcome, pay what you can, bring your own mat. Will be held inside in case of rain.

FRI, September 20 

6:30pm PERFORMANCE: Jason van Staveren, Albany NY, Seat of the Empire, Straight on Until Dawn: Map Presentation Ceremony

6-9pm BEER GARDEN + LIVE MUSIC: Albany Neighborhood Block Party, featuring beer by CH Evans Brewing Company and musical performance by The Magdalens

Jason Van Staveren, Albany, NY, Seat of Empire, Straight on Until Dawn

SAT, September 21

10:30am-12:30pm BIKE TOUR & PERFORMANCE: Jason van Staveren, Albany NY, Seat of the Empire, Straight on Until Dawn: Bicycle Tour of Nearby Signs

FRI, September 27

6:30pm PERFORMANCE: Oliver Peters, if we touch, our eyes will never meet, featuring Carol Durant and Paul Richer

if we touch, our eyes will never meet, as a semi-allegorical examination, approaches misnomers surrounding race, economic inequity, and the establishment of contemporary class/caste systems in this country, the omission of key factors related to the establishment of the African slave trade in the colonies, and the glancing over of events leading up to, and following, Bacon’s Rebellion. 

6-9pm BEER GARDEN + LIVE MUSIC: Students of New Scotland Ave., featuring beer by Single Cut Beersmiths and musical performance by Five Kill Records bands

WEDS, October 2

 

6:30 YOGA, with Carrie Will, co-sponsored by YogaCare. All levels welcome, pay what you can, bring your own mat. Props provided.

FRI, October 4

6-9pm BEER GARDEN + LIVE MUSIC: Beer Lovers Night, with Albany Beer Historian Craig Gravina, featuring beer from a variety of local nanobreweries and musical performance by Justin Henricks’ Boogaloo with special guest Amanda Case

7:30pm PERFORMANCE: Whitewashed, an original documentary theater performance based on Black history, current events, and the personal experiences of the cast, which includes Shirey Archie, Royal Brown, D. Colin, Diaka Kaba Hill, Sakea Martin, Tim Martin, Aaron Moore, and Josie Smith

Tickets: $12 adults, $10 seniors/students, free for Sage students with ID

THUR, October 10 

6:30pm LECTURE & DISCUSSION: Raquel Velho, Assistant Prof., Science & Technology Studies at RPI, Monuments of Care: A Discussion About Infrastructures and Maintenance 

We don’t often think about pipes and roads as objects of love or devotion. Our collective imaginations detach infrastructure from emotions, though they are entirely dependent on our capacity for care and attention. In this space, we will discuss the labor that goes into the development, maintenance and even dismantling of infrastructure to consider what it means to stop or begin caring about the infrastructures that surround us.

FRI, October 18

6:30pm PECHA KUCHA NIGHT: Infrastructure Edition—Short talks by interesting people.

Please note: in case of rain on Beer Garden nights, we’ll move inside to the Armory at 130 New Scotland Ave.