Art Galleries and Exhibits In and Around the Albany Area
Interested in learning more about the art scene in Albany? From museums to unique galleries featuring contemporary art to arts centers offering educational opportunities, there is something for everyone in the Capital Region! Spend the day perusing through the area's galleries or take part in a fun "paint and sip" class, there are several great options. Check out where you can visit below:
No experience necessary - a local artist will instruct you step by step through an original piece of art while you follow along with a cocktail! At the end of the night you'll take home a beautiful painting & hopefully a new found talent.
The Arts Center of the Capital Region engages people in the creative experience. We are the region’s preeminent proponent of the arts & creative education, expression, and appreciation, serving people of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds.
Canvas, Corks & Forks is a new & unique way to un-CORK your inner artist! You will be guided step by step to create your very own masterpiece while enjoying music, fine wine & craft beer along with our FREE Signature Mac n' Cheese Bar!
Rated best gallery by the Times Union and Metroland, we are a non-profit art space dedicated to exhibiting and appreciating skillful contemporary visual art in the community. We provide free public exhibitions, receptions, and artist interviews.
The quality of a Manhattan framing gallery right here in the Capital Region! With outstanding qualifications and extensive experience, Certified Framing & Gallery makes customer satisfaction their first priority. Stop in and see for yourself!
Sorelle Gallery is a full service Fine Art Gallery and Art Consulting firm located in Stuyvesant Plaza in Albany NY. Carrying a wide variety of traditional and contemporary art, there is something for everyone!
Morningside Gallery offers a broad range of original works by a wide range of artists employing both traditional and modern techniques. Additionally, Morningside offers 43 years of custom framing experience ranging from mirrors to shadow boxes.
Founded in 1791, the Albany Institute of History & Art is New York's oldest museum. It is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and promoting interest in the history, art and culture of Albany and the upper Hudson Valley region.