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Artist's Opportunities

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Drawing Groups

The Riverfront Artists Club meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:45 to 9:15 for figure drawing sessions.  The group is currently meeting at The Dino Petrocelli Photography Studio, located at 872 Old Albany Shaker Road, Latham, NY  12110. 
There is a fee of $10 per session.​
For more information contact Kevin Kuhne at
​​​​The Union College Sketch Club meets every other Tuesday while school is in session from 6:30  to 9 pm. There is a $10 fee per session.  
For more information contact Shane Moore at
Sage College Figure Drawing - Open Studio meets every other Wednesday while school is in session from 6-9 pm in room 301 of the Art + Design Building on Sage's Albany campus.
For Sage students and alumni, it is free to participate, there is a charge of $10.00 for all non-Sage students and a $15.00 fee for all other participants.
For more information contact Carolyn M. Losee at

The Bethlehem Art Association holds annual spring and fall member shows at the Bethlehem Public Library. The shows are held during the months of May and November.  The May show is a juried show and the November show is an open show. Shows are displayed in the Bethlehem Public Library.  Full details can be found in the newsletters preceding the  shows.

The Glenmont Branch of the National Bank of Coxsackie, and the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy are venues that are reserved for BAA Members.  The Bank of Coxsackie has 15 hooks in various offices.   The Land Conservancy has 6 - 8 hooks and room for an artist's statement. They prefer landscape and would like the opportunity to work to ensure a good fit.  See the latest newsletter for the current schedule.    To sign up, contact Jacqueline Smith at or 518-489-1882. 

The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce  There is a new exhibit every month at this venue.  Check out the latest newsletter for current availability.  There is room for 3 small and 3 large paintings.   In order to participate, contact Diane Wozniak at 518-698-1819 or 

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