FREE ADMISSION DAY: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the museum is open for free! Come see the exhibitions, make art in the studio, and join us for a special lecture and film screening about The Brothers.

Bring the whole family to enjoy the galleries and programs!

This free admission day is sponsored by M&T Bank.

In addition to our galleries and shop being open, we also have:

10AM-4:30PM Drop-in Art Making in the Art Studio
Join us to decorate your own ceramic tile modeled after patterns in our collection. Participants may color in images from the museum or create their own drawings and attach them to ceramic tiles.

 1PM The Brothers: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in Albany
Brian Keough, Chair, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University at Albany
with Members of The Brothers

The struggle for Civil Rights took place all over the county and was not just isolated in the South. Join us to learn more about Albany's history of the Civil Rights Movement and an activist group called The Brothers through a documentary film and panel discussion.

This presentation is offered free to the public.

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