The Capital-Saratoga Region is filled with art, culture and history. Aside from the region’s variety of historical museums, there are plenty of galleries from local artists and more. Marvel over a beautiful painting, or immerse yourself in smaller artisan workshops. Albany is home to the NYS Museum, which is located in the Empire State Plaza—the backdrop for the largest collection of modern art on public display in the country.


Dodge House Lakeside Gallery

936 South Shore Road, Edinburg
(518) 863-2201
constanceadodge.com

Artist Constance Dodge held solo shows with Amos Eno Gallery, NYC, for 23 years and now sells from her studio gallery,…

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Hart-Cluett House

Hart-Cluett House/Rensselaer County Historical Society

The Rensselaer County Historical Society offers visitors many unique opportunities for learning. Our extensive object & library collections, historic buildings, and historic…

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Micropolis

30 North Main Street, Gloversville
(518) 762-4893
micropolisgallery.org

An artist gallery cooperative housed in the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market.…

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Perrella Art Gallery

Fulton Montgomery Community College, 2805 State Highway 67, Johnstown
(518) 762-4651
fmcc.suny.edu

Since its inception in 1999, the Perrella Gallery has become one of the pre-eminent…

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Sacandaga Valley Arts Network (SVAN) Gallery

Fulton County Visitor Center, 3687 State Highway 30, Broadalbin
(518) 725-0641
svanarts.org

A rotating show of local artists who are part of the Sacandaga Valley Arts Network. Works…

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