If you’re hooked on any of those dance competition TV shows like “Dancing with the Stars” or “So You Think You Can Dance” or “Stop the Dancefloor, I Wanna Get Off,” you might want to drop by the Arts Center of the Capital Region tonight to see what some serious ballroom dancing looks like in person.
In conjunction with the monthly Troy Night Out arts walk, the ACCR is hosting members of the Capital Region chapter of USA Dance as they demonstrate the rumba, cha-cha, waltz, foxtrot and more at 7pm tonight. Or join in on the dance floor yourself from 6:30-10pm. It’s all free.
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Well-known Battenville painter Robert Nunnelly has a one week exhibition at Gallery 668, Robert Nunnelly: A selection of Paintings and Drawings 1953-2009. The show runs from 8/29 – 9/6 with an artist reception on Saturday, 8/29 from 4-6pm.
Sunday is your last chance to catch the current exhibition, “Afterglow: Four Photographers and the Hand-Held Light,” at Carrie Haddad Photographs in Hudson.
If you drop by at 5pm Saturday, you can catch three of the exhibit’s photographers – Robert Flynt, David Lebe and Gary Schneider – discussing their work and process in the latest installment of the gallery’s ongoing series of Artist Talks.
Can’t make it on Saturday? The Artist Talk will also be streamed online and available as a podcast through WGXC-FM.