It’s not all about pigskin and Punxsutawney Phil…
Yes, on one of the loudest, noisiest weekends of the year – at least for football fans – the folks at Grand Street Community Arts in Albany are offering “Deep Quiet,” an art exhibition with music. There will also be an art table for children, and appetizers and warm drinks will be served.
From 1-5pm on Saturday and Sunday (February 1&2), the two-day-only group exhibit “Deep Quiet: An Art Exhibit to Celebrate Winter” will feature the artwork of a number of Local 518 painters, sculptors and photographers, including Timothy Reidy, Sara Pruiksma, Melissa Marcue, Nola Muscatello, Sandy Pratt, Sophia Passero, Allison Ferraro and Kurtis Miller.
In addition, indie rockers Mickinley will play at 1:30pm Saturday, followed by Hans Dirzuweits at 3pm.Sunday’s musical entertainment includes folksinger Deb Cavanaugh at 1:30pm and indie rocker Sean Desiree at 3pm.