Atlanta chalk artist Jessi Queen chats with onlookers Saturday at Albany Museum of Art ChalkFest, which featured chalk artists, live music, craft beer and family activities. Queen won Best of Show in the Professional Artists category for her image of Flora, goddess of flowers and spring, in Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli's Primavera. (Photo: Albany Museum of Art/Jim Hendricks)
Atlanta Artist Jessi Queen Wins Best of Show Award at 4th Annual Festival
AMA ChalkFest returned to the streets of downtown Albany on Saturday, and Albany Museum of Art officials said they were “more than pleased” with the community response.
Perfect Fall Weather Expected on Saturday for Albany Museum of Art Festival
AMAzing Activities for families and kids will be a central part of Albany Museum of Art ChalkFest which returns to the 100 block of Pine Avenue in downtown Albany on what promises to be a beautiful fall Saturday.
Dr. Elissa Auerbach Will Present ‘Art for Faith’s Sake’ at European Splendors Lecture on Nov 18
Just as the disintegration of the Roman Empire led to the Medieval style of thought, the erosion of the Middle Ages led to a new way of looking at life and religion that came to be known as the Renaissance period.
Chalk Art, Craft Beer and Live Music Festival Returns on Saturday, Nov 13
With the 4th annual Albany Museum of Art ChalkFest only days away, the event is shaping up to be a fall “masterpiece” of a street art festival. The 4th annual AMA ChalkFest will be 10 am-5 pm on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021 on the 100 block of Pine Avenue in downtown Albany, which will be closed to traffic. Admission is free for everyone.