Art Lab | Kids Out and About Albany

Art Lab

Art Lab is a Saturday afternoon program that offers free hands-on, interactive art projects to students, community members, artists, and non-artists of all ages. Part of the University Art Museum’s commitment to engaging diverse audiences in all its exhibitions and public programs, the Art Lab series is designed to coincide with exhibitions on view at the Museum. Each Art Lab project is based on the work of artists included in the exhibition.

Art Lab: Hands-on artmaking projects

Saturday, July 20, 1 - 3 p.m. (Magazine Portrait Collage)

Visitors will make a portrait collage inspired by the work of Ashley Teamer. Teamer is an exhibiting artist in 'ACE; art on sports, promise, and selfhood'.


Saturday, August 10, 1 - 3 p.m. (Felt Banner)

Visitors will use felt and paint to create banners with their own message inspired by the work of Cheryl Pope. Pope is an exhibiting artist in 'ACE; art on sports, promise, and selfhood'.


Art Lab’s instructor Christine Snyder is an artist living and working in Albany, New York. She received an M.F.A. at UAlbany (2016) and a B.F.A. in printmaking and photography from the College of Saint Rose (2013). Art Lab is supported by The University at Albany Foundation.

For additional programming announcements, check the Museum's website: Free parking in campus visitor lots on Saturdays!
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University Art Museum, University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave Fine Arts Building
Albany, NY, 12222
United States


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Naomi Lewis
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1-3 p.m.
Free and open to the public


All Ages