At Get Visual, David Brickman offers a rave review of “Battlesight,” the photographic exhibition curated by Timothy Cahill at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy. (There’s a reception for the exhibit tonight in conjunction with Troy Night Out.) Elsewhere at Get Visual, Brickman also proposes a new idea to help out Albany’s economically hard-hit arts organizations.
At The Saratogian, Judith White reports that Lake George Opera is celebrating its 50th anniversary by changing its name to Opera Saratoga.
Over at Indie Albany, we love David Greenberger’s series of text drawings just as much as we love the titles that he bestows upon them. The latest one is “Union of American States With Palindromatically Distributed Vowels,” which joins such previous works as “Every Bird That Sang in the Trees When I Walked to School is Dead Now,” “I Wish I’d Made This Twenty Years Ago So I Could Have Shown Her” and “Someone Broke Into My House and Added First Names to All of My Crockery.”
We’re not really big on those “society page”-style photos (unless, of course, we’re in them), but Rural Intelligence’s Bess J. M. Hochstein offers a peek at the Art for Animals benefit soiree that was held at Club Helsinki Hudson in Hudson on Friday, November 19. Unfortunately, she didn’t include any performance photos of Lolabelle, Laurie Anderson’s piano-playing rat terrier…