July 14, 4pm
Free and open to the public
Registration is required. To register, click here
Presented by the Saratoga Springs Arts Commission in partnership with Skidmore College
On Tuesday, July 14, 4:00-5:00 PM, the Saratoga Springs Arts Commission in partnership with Skidmore College invites the community to State of the Arts: Saratoga Springs Arts Spaces Support Local Artists and Community, the second in the series of talks with Saratoga arts leaders on the state of our cultural institutions as the city enters Phase 4 of New York’s reopening plan. These leaders will share their upcoming programs for summer and fall both online and in-person, offer resources of support for local artists, and answer questions from those viewing live. These timely conversations will provide you with important insights and information about our city’s vital and vibrant cultural landscape.
This talk will be conducted on Zoom and is free and open to the public. Registration is required.
A Zoom invitation will follow for all registrants. Closed captioning will be available for each session.
July 14, 2020, 4:00-5:00 PM (EST) - Register here.
Meg Kelly (Mayor, Saratoga Springs)
Sue Kessler (Chair, Saratoga Springs Arts Commission)
Marcus Kwame Anderson (Gallery Manager, 70 Beekman Street Gallery)
Belinda Colon (Director, Spring Street Gallery)
Sarah Craig (Executive Director, Caffe Lena)
Meaghan Golden (Interim Executive Director, Saratoga Arts)
The first State of the Arts talk featured Dayton Director Ian Berry in conversation with Elizabeth Sobol (President and CEO, Saratoga Performing Arts Center), Teddy Foster (Director, Universal Preservation Hall), Cate M. Johnson (Director, National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame), with an introduction from Meg Kelly (Mayor, Saratoga Springs) and Sue Kessler (Chair, Saratoga Springs Arts Commission).
You can watch a video of that talk here.