Hanging Out at Troy Night Out, 7/31/09

August 4th, 2009, 4:10 pm by Sara

Troy Night Out is an arts walk that takes place the last Friday of every month from 5-9 pm, and it’s always hopping. Here’s some of the highlights of what we saw last Friday:

John Cooley’s “Window #1” at The Atrium:

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Anthony Thompson’s “South Troy” at Martinez Gallery, (whose website offers a virtual tour of the show and where you can order a complimentary poster from the show):


Static Port performing underneath City Hall:


Jon Segan’s “Mnemosyne” in the Fence Show at ACCR


Check out these cool ceramic whistles at 3rd Street Potters:

Leon and Brian Dewan performing on Dewanatron at Casperland:


A side view of the Dewanatron. Yes, those are 8-track tape players:


Sharon D. West’s explosion-of-color: “Red” at The Broken Mold Studio:


And out in front of The Broken Mold Studio on River Street, “In Nature’s Realm,” a collaborative sculpture by Don Moyer, Steve Kroeger and Colleen Skiff that’s part of the Re-Arting Troy project. It’s a captivating take on William Burrough’s cut ups (or refrigerator magnet poetry):


Formerly of Nippertown, now living in Ireland, Michelle Conway is artist-in-residence at the Fulton Street Gallery through the end of August. Here is her self-portrait:


At Clement Art Gallery, Here’s a detailed look at Mark Gregory’s art board (photo by Matt Mac Haffie):


Rob Skane performing at Artcentric, which hosted an opening for an exhibition of photograms by G.C. Haymes (have we plugged that one enough yet?)


Oh, apparently not, here’s another photo of the Artcentric opening from Matt Mac Haffie:


4 thoughts on “Hanging Out at Troy Night Out, 7/31/09”

  1. Matt Mac Haffie says:

    Looks good to me Sara!

  2. Sara says:

    Thanks Matt. Today is going to be a long day. :(

  3. Matt Mac Haffie says:

    I suggest Jolt Cola and a stash of Drake cakes, code monkeys delight.

  4. Sara says:

    I’m hoping a grilled cheese and pickle sandwich does the trick. Fingers crossed.

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