As the Erie Canal increased trade, manufacturing, and population in upstate New York, Albany became part of an expanding American market for consumer goods. William Buttre, to whom this chair is attributed, manufactured "fancy chairs" such as this … Learn More
Our summer programs welcome children ages three to twelve in classes designed to engage and build skills in the visual arts. We offer three half-day art camp programs that focus children’s attention on one theme or medium.
Tuition includes museum admission and materials, unless otherwise noted.
Please dress for mess!
All workshops meet in the art studio. Your child must be accompanied by an adult to and from the studio.
Workshop fees are nonrefundable. In the event the Albany Institute must cancel a class, a full refund will be issued.
Please pack a snack for your child. We will provide bottled water.