Join the Albany Institute for a tour of the Empire State Plaza Art Collection housed in the Corning Tower.
Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, in recognition of the importance of the arts and the emergence of New York as the home of many of America's most innovative and talented artists, began plans for the Empire State Plaza Art Collection in 1961 and the first purchases were made in 1966. This collection features the work of artists who practiced in New York during the 1960s and 1970s, and is the most important State collection of modern art in the country.
RSVP to Nicki at (518) 463-4478 ext. 437 or email@example.com. Space is limited. Registration is required.