Spring 2020 Season

BUILDING MOVEMENTS: People & Infrastructure

The Radical King: Where Do We Go from Here?

This Martin Luther King Labor Celebration, begun in 1999 by the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District, will be held in Troy for the first time. A short segment will […]

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Extinction Rebellion Roger Hallam Speaks About Climate Crisis

PLEASE NOTE: Roger was unable to get permission to enter the U.S. so he's Skyping in! What can we all do to avert catastrophe and avoid extinction? Roger Hallam has […]

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NATURE Lab Workshop with Maria Michails: Air Quality [CANCELED/COVID]

Air pollution is one of the more pervasive and invisible environmental health hazards of cities and has been in the public consciousness for several decades. The World Health Organization estimates […]

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Kitchen Sanctuary with Intaba Liff-Anderson: Cooking on a Shoestring – Taking Care of your Family [CANCELED/COVID]

Join Kitchen Sanctuary resident Intaba Liff-Anderson as she shares culinary tips on creating delicious dishes from ingredients found in food pantries. A combo of demo and hands on, we will […]

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FEMeeting 2020 Troy Bioartist Keynotes and Community Conversation

Kira O’Reilly and Marta de Menezes share their research methodologies in this public keynote of FEMeeting, a gathering to disseminate art and science projects carried out by women, followed by […]

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Norman Stockwell: Who Will Tell Us the News? [CANCELED/COVID]

Join us for an evening with radioactivist Norm Stockwell, publisher of The Progressive. Previously, for over 20 years, he served as WORT Community Radio’s Operations Coordinator in Madison, Wisconsin. He […]

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Be The Media! Workshop With Patty Zimmerman: Documentary Across Platforms – Reverse Engineering Media, Place and Politics [CANCELED/COVID]

In Documentary Across Platforms, noted scholar of film and experimental mediaPatricia R. Zimmermann offers a glimpse into the ever-evolving constellation of practices known as "documentary" and the way in which […]

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Jana Herzen’s Nothing But Love, Featuring Charnett Moffett [CANCELED/COVID]

On Nothing But Love, her soulful and timeless song-cycle of folk, pop, world, blues, reggae, and jazz-tinged originals, singer-songwriter Jana Herzen (who happens also to head up the Multi-GRAMMY®- winning […]

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Collard City Growers Workshop: Chickens- Building a Hoop House and Chicken Care Basics! [CANCELED/COVID]

Whether you're on a traditional farm or working on a city lot, raising chickens comes with the same basic requirements. Join us for an afternoon building a safe coop for […]

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Kitchen Sanctuary Presents: Palestinian Connections – Mezze, Tea and Talk with Jude Abu Zaineh [CANCELED/COVID]

Jude Abu Zaineh (MFA, University of Windsor) is a Palestinian-Canadian multidisciplinary artist and cultural worker. Her practice relies on the use of art, food, and technology to investigate meanings of […]

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Health Autonomy Clinic Webinar: Community Support in the Time of COVID

We are in the midst of a “tsunami of social life” that is unprecedented in modern life.  The age-old ideas we had barely begun to formulate around community health and […]

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Dance Party With Lookie Lookie [CANCELED/COVID]

Discriminating jazz and world music listeners alike will love Boston’s festive eight piece dance band featuring the Latin Bugalu style pioneered by Puerto Rican musicians in 1960's New York City. […]

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