The nineteenth-century art historian and critic Henry Tuckerman wrote of John Frederick Kensett in his Book of the Artists (1867): "In some of his pictures the dense growth of trees on a rocky ledge, with the dripping stones and mouldy lichens, are … Learn More
The Albany Institute is a place where people of all ages can learn and have fun. Our family programs provide enriching educational experiences about art and history in an atmosphere that is diverse, compelling, and entertaining. From weekend programs to family festivals, from school-vacation art programs to special curricula for home-schooled students, the Albany Institute offers a wide variety of activities that will appeal to your family.
For programs that require a fee, payment is required at the time of registration.
For more information, to register for a program, or to sign up for our family programs e-mail list, please contact Barbara Collins, education coordinator, at 518-463-4478, ext. 405, or email@example.com.