Downtown Albany Festival Will Feature Chalk Art, Craft Beer & Live Music
On the Saturday before Thanksgiving, AMA ChalkFest will bring back to downtown Albany professional and amateur chalk artists, tents with craft beers and other libations, live music, kids and family activities, food trucks, vendors and more.
Amanda Borghi, of Inherent Sound and 229 Yoga, creates soothing tones with crystal bowls at the January 2022 session of Yoga in the Gallery in the Haley Gallery of the Albany Museum of Art. Borghi will lead The Art of Sound at 10 am on Saturday, March 26 in the Haley Gallery. No movement is required of participants in this meditative journey of art and sound. (Photo: The Albany Museum of Art/Jim Hendricks)
The Art of Sound Session Combines Art with Soothing, Rejuvenating Sounds
Enhance your art experience on Saturday, March 26 with The Art of Sound: The Way of Life. The sound meditation session that encourages participants to “reflect, reset and realign” starts at 10 am at the Albany Museum of Art.
Application Period is Open for Art Teachers Who Would Like to Lead Camps
The Albany Museum of Art has finalized its schedule for its popular summer art camps, and online registration is now open.
The application period also is open for art teachers who would like to make extra income while positively impacting young campers’ lives by teaching one or more camps.
Watercolor, Acrylic and Mixed-Media Classes Are This Month at the AMA
Spring has returned early to Southwest Georgia. Your creativity can get an early start as well at three separate painting workshops in March at the Albany Museum of Art. Participants can work in mixed media with exhibiting artist Melissa Huang on March 12, try their hand at watercolor with Henrietta Ladson on March 19 and April 2, or recreate a sunflower painting by Vincent van Gogh on March 31.