We apologize for any inconvenience, but Ms. Bre is under the weather this week! We look forward to seeing you back on the mats next Tuesday at 4pm!
Albany Barn is pleased to announce our 2017 exhibition schedules for The Barn and Stage 1 galleries. To submit your work for consideration please send JPEG or PDF files including image of work, size, medium, and price (if applicable) to email@example.com with the title of the show in the subject line by the submission deadline. Unless otherwise indicated, late submissions will not be considered. (more…)
We apologize for the inconvenience, but there will be no kids’ art class tonight! ‘
Please join us again next week, or stop by THIS FRIDAY from 4-8pm for the SUMMER IN THE CITY YOUTH TALENT EXHIBITION and ART & SOLE BACK(pack) to SCHOOL workshop, where kids can decorate their own custom book bag for back to school!
Join us for an evening of beautiful music, gaming, drinks, laughter, and chatter! Geek Musica’s debut performance and fundraiser will be hosted by the amazing folks at the Albany Barn, and will feature several community sponsors! Some of our selections will feature music from Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, and Final Fantasy 6!
In addition to the performance, there will be gaming stations featuring some of the games GM is performing music from, and ample opportunity to chat with the ensemble members while enjoying a drink or two and a snack! Please join us – and bring your friends and family!
IF YOU ARE PURCHASING A STUDENT/SENIOR TICKET: PLEASE bring your ID with you (excepting minors under 16). Anyone who has purchased a student/senior ticket who cannot show ID will be required to pay the ticket difference for General Admission. Thank you!
We’re looking to gather some information from individuals in the following groups:
-Sheridan Hollow Residents
If you fall in one of those groups, please click any/all of the categories below to participate in our survey (and thank you for your help!)
WE’RE TURNING 10 – let’s party!
Join us Friday, June 24th at 7:00 p.m. for a good ole fashioned BARN-B-Q featuring:
- live music by Andrew Wheeler Electric Blues Band
- carefully crafted tunes from resident DJ Jordan Hill
- delicious international BBQ cuisine from MOGOMBO International and
- art auctions –
…all to support The Barn, where craft becomes career, and creativity and collaboration are celebrated!
General Admission is just $25, or show us you’re a real PARTY ANIMAL and your ticket will include
- limited edition commemorative gift and
- 2 entries into our great raffles with prizes including art work, event tickets, and CAKES from Cuff’s Cakes!
Daniel B. Summerhill and Danielle Colin are going on tour internationally!!!! They will be performing original poems and teaching workshops in cities such as Glasgow, London, Manchester, and Oxford in the U.K.
Though venues and promoters are covering parts of the trip, Daniel and Danielle will still need a significant amount of help for travel expenses and lodging.
They will be going on tour August 22nd through August 30th and need to secure lodging and airfare as soon as possible. They are trying to reach their goal by July 15th.
This tour means alot to both poets. For Daniel, this will be his debut outside the United States performing poetry and he has dreamed of his poetry taking him around the world since he was in middle school.
We are extremely thankful for donations of any amount and appreciate the support of art being universal and intercontinental.
Please help support our artist and make their dream come true by donating at the following link.
This month we chatted with Sion Hardy, a local 16 year old artist currently showing work in our Child’s Play exhibition at Stage 1, about her love of color and where she finds inspiration.
My work is very colorful and cartoon like. I have always had the unrealistic cartoon like drawing style eversince I started drawing. The characters and animals that I create in my paintings are often inspired by things I see on social media or my favorite things. For example, my favorite animal is a dinosaur so I tend to paint them a lot in different styles. Color is VERY important in my artwork. The colors that I use always make the picture what it is. I always use a lot of different combinations of colors in all my pictures because I think that it makes them unique. Another thing about my work is that I don’t add much detail to what I’m painting because I want the viewers to focus more on the beauty of the colors of the picture rather than the detail or how real it looks. I want to generate peoples imaginations through my paintings.