Art Connects Fall 2019

This program is designed for people affected with early to mid-stage Alzheimer's and other cognitive deficits and their care givers. Visits to the museum to look at paintings, sculptures, and artifacts may rekindle memories and emotions and are special social occasions for men and women who live with this disease.

We will use our collections to renew and build social connections in which all can participate and enjoy. Art Connects does not require a background in art, nor does it rely on memory.

Program Dates:

September 17

11:00 AM

2:00 PM- 

October 22

11:00 AM- Session is full

2:00 PM- 2 spots left

November 12

11:00 AM Session is full

2:00 PM- 2 spots left

There is no fee for this tour program, but registration is required. To register, call Patrick Stenshorn at (518) 463-4478 ext 405 or by email stenshornp@albanyinstitute.org

IMAGE: Lombardo's Red, Lori Lawrence, 1989, oil on canvas, Gift of Georgina H. (Mrs. David) Williams via the Contemporary Arts Fund, 1991.1

Art Connects Fall 2019 - Session 1

Albany Institute of History and Art (125 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210)

Art Connects Fall 2019 - Session 2

Albany Institute of History and Art (125 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210)

Art Connects Fall 2019 - Session 3

Albany Institute of History and Art (125 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210)

Art Connects Fall 2019 - Session 4

Albany Institute of History and Art (125 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210)

Art Connects Fall 2019 - Session 5

Albany Institute of History and Art (125 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210)

Art Connects Fall 2019 - Session 6

Albany Institute of History and Art (125 Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12210)

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For questions, please contact Mimi Fahy, Special Events Associate, at 518-463-4478 x418 or email fahym@albanyinstitute.org.

 

Saturday, June 1, 2024 at the Fort Orange Club, Albany NY.

Alan is one of the Albany Institute’s closest friends, serving on the museum’s board of trustees since 1989. Alan was its Chair from 1994 -1999 and led the fundraising that transformed the Albany Institute into the modern museum facility and campus we have today. That fundraising effort positioned the museum to complete a capital campaign, and begin providing world-class exhibitions, year-round education programming for all ages, and host special events to over 20,000 visitors annually. Alan is currently the Institute's Vice Chair.

For questions about Corporate Sponsorship, please contact Nicholas DeMarco, Director of Development, at 518-463-4478 x437 or email demarcon@albanyinstitute.org.

 

The Albany Institute’s staff and Board of Trustees thank you for your commitment to the museum.