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The Barn

56 2nd Street
Albany, NY 12210


Stage 1

46-48 North Swan Street
Albany, NY 12210


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518-935-4858


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Artists to Watch – Darren Ketchum

In the artist’s words:

‘I am a self taught photographer. Like many photographers, I started taking photographs on a 35mm camera and bought a digital point and shoot when they first came out. I loved the ease of use and instant gratification, but missed the fine details and quality that film offered. The loss of quality forced me back to 35mm until the quality of digital photographs improved.

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Artists to Watch – Paul Gallo

In the artists words:

‘Since first entering the darkroom, I’ve enjoyed the process of creating a photograph as much as taking the shot itself. When creating my own prints, I found photography to be fulfilling in a way that a point-and-shoot could not offer. But it wasn’t until 2008, when I purchased my first digital SLR, that I knew that photography would become a real passion in my life. I was no longer limited by the number of frames I could shoot or the methods available to process my images. I’ve been learning by experimentation ever since.’

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Peace In The Streets

Albany Barn, Inc. and SNUG (a program of Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region) have partnered to present the “Peace In the Streets – Creative Expressions” exhibition, which will be on display at “Stage 1,” Albany Barn’s community art space located at 46-48 North Swan Street in the Arbor Hill Neighborhood.

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2nd Annual Restoration Funstival Announced

B3nson Records, in conjunction with the WEXT, and All Over Albany will hold the second annual Restoration Festival on August 27th and 28 at St Joe’s in Arbor Hill

On Saturday and Sunday, August 27th and 28th from 12:00 pm to10:00 pm, St. Joseph’s Church in Downtown Albany will be a home and a stage for the second annual Restoration Funstival.  We are excited to announce both The Music Tapes & A Hawk and A Hacksaw will be playing at this years festival.

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Art For ALS

The ASAP Daisies present “Art for ALS” – an art exhibit and silent auction to benefit St. Peter’s ALS Regional Center. ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a fatal, degenerative neuromuscular disease affecting motor nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Over time one loses their ability to move, speak, swallow and breathe.

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An X-Ray Towards The Future

As The Barn continues it’s evolution, we’re putting you in the driver’s seat.  Here is a look at the blueprints of St. Joseph’s Academy and how we envision it to look like upon completion.  We’re offering you a first look at the projected ‘innards,’ and we’d love to get your feedback!

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“We HeART Our City” Mural In Process

Sense of Place Informs Youth Mural

Albany Barn and The Stakeholders, Inc.’s Arts Ambassador Institute (AAI) Class of 2011 have partnered to create a moveable mural with youth from the Evening Reporting Center (ERC) at Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region. The mural will be unveiled with a reception on Friday, May 6, 2011, at Stage 1, Albany Barn’s headquarters and community art space located at 46-48 North Swan Street in the Arbor Hill neighborhood.

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