Fall 2018 Season

Roots for Resilience

Uptown Summer Showcase and NATURE Lab Prototype Reveal

Join us for the final celebration of the 2018 Uptown Summer youth employment program and see what we’ve been working on! At 1pm, architect Cameron Toler will be presenting the […]

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A deep roots trio made up of guitarist and vocalist Pascal Danae, Rafgee on sousaphone and drummer Baptiste Brondy, blending French Caribbean and New Orleans’ musical styles for a contemporary […]

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StoryHarvest With Rootbrew & Special Guest Jenny Marie and Derrick Horton & The Jay Street Band

The eighth consecutive year of this community celebration, with free music, food and arts activities outdoors at Freedom Square. Just as farmers reap the harvest, providing sustenance for all, it […]

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Roots for Resilience Exhibition Opening with Catherine Rafferty

From monitoring eel populations in the Poestenkill, to painting “poetic crosswalks,” to leading a community design process, the eighth season of Uptown Summer 2018 was filled with remarkable projects and […]

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NATURE Lab Workshop with Maya Sanders: Deconstructing Science

Join us on Tuesday October 2nd, as we kick off the Fall 2018 NATURE Lab Open Hours season with an awesome workshop about what science is, who gets to do […]

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Be The Media! Workshop: Hudson Mohawk Magazine New Producer Orientation, with WOOC.3 Staff

Help us produce an hour a day of local news and public affairs content for the Capital Region. There are many ways to get involved (regardless of your interests, skill […]

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NATURE Lab Workshop: Fresh Water Exploring

Something is in the water! Learn how and what life’s like under the water surface. Includes hands on manipulations and live critters to explore. Hope you like getting your hands […]

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NATURE Lab Workshop with Byron Rich: Hormone Hacking- Harvesting Endocrine Disruptors

With some DIY tools and protocols, learn to extract and identify estrogenic compounds in liquids ranging from local waterways to common foods...

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Four women, virtuosic musicians, and educators–Lara Klaus, Daniela Serna, Mafer Bandola and Sara Lucas – each from a different country and culture of the Americas, sisters in song, rhythm and […]

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NATURE Lab Workshop with Nathalie Dubois Calero: Hacking GMO – Pant Tissue Culturing

In this workshop, we will take a piece of plant and multiply it in vitro. Learn how to multiply plants, including Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).  We'll also learn a lot […]

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Be The Media! and Hudson Mohawk Magazine Workshop with Elizabeth Press: Sculpting a Story Through Audio Editing

The art of creating powerful radio, podcast and video productions requires skillful sound editing. The tools are more accessible than ever; learn the techniques!

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“Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope” Film Screening and Panel

Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope is a film and panel discussion that will be preceded by a community potluck at 5pm. Then, at 6pm, there […]

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