Underground Art Gallery
Connecting with the Land
Connecting with the Land is a photography exhibit that lets us experience local farms through the eyes of youth. The photos were taken during photography classes at farms in Rensselaer and Washington counties. The exhibit also features work by Produce Project urban farm youth from Troy High School. Students documented the 8th street farm in Troy and Soul Fire Farm in Grafton. Produce Project is a program by Capital District Community Garden. The Farm Photography for Kids is a program by the Agricultural Stewardship Association (ASA) a community-supported land trust dedicated to protecting our local farmland from encroaching development. Click here for more...
On display from Mar. 22 through June 15th, 2013. Gallery hours are an hour before, during and an hour after events, or by appointment.
Just a few doors down from the lot in the photo above, where "Sponge Bob" poses, the Sanctuary's Underground Art Gallery is a remodeled 280 sq. ft. museum quality gallery exposition space. The walls are painted matte white for traditional gallery appearance and the ceiling exposes extensive track lighting that can be adjusted to suite any exhibit. It's uniqueness lies in its upstairs large cafe wall and downstairs hallway linearity, allowing the viewer to flow through the space.
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