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2021 Winter Exhibitions at The Arts Center of the Capital Region



The Arts Center of the Capital Region is happy to announce and welcome our community back to our galleries to view our Winter 2021 exhibitions including work by artist Jamie Rodriguez and the 120˚ Intercollegiate Art Regional student artworks.

“Warenfetischismus:” Commodity Fetishism by Jamie Rodriguez | March 5 – April 16, 2021

“Warenfetischismus:” evokes emotion and awareness in the individual and confronts how art functions social and cultural patterns, historical perspectives, and belief/faith systems, while maintaining a sense of humor and humility. Rodriguez uses landscape and nature’s beauty as a platform for thought and/or discussion allowing the viewer to the work in any way they may choose, or to remain completely detached from his work altogether.

Rodriguez was our 2019 Fence Select Member “Best in Show” artist. With this recognition and award, he was offered a show in one of our galleries.

“Jamie’s strength in presentation, painting and sculptural skill brings viewers into the narrative of the art with a familiar understanding of the beauty in known or familiar objects while addressing his view on the underlying story. Stunning work.” – Belinda Colón, Curator.

120˚ Intercollegiate Art Regional | March 5 – April 16, 2021

The Arts Center of the Capital Region, the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, and Saratoga Arts are happy to announce the 120° Intercollegiate Art Regional. This juried fine art exhibition is for students attending an accredited college or university located within a 120-mile radius of Troy, Glens Falls, or Saratoga Springs, NY. The exhibition travels to a different host site each year highlighting the best of collegiate art students in the region. This year, the exhibit will be at The Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy, NY March 5 - April 16.

We thank Anthony Cafritz, Founder & Executive Director of Salem Art Works for being this year's 2021 juror. Cafritz received his BA in Sculpture and Painting from Bennington College and his MFA in Sculpture from SUNY Purchase. He has exhibited across the country and has taught at Union College, New York, and Williams College, Massachusetts. www.salemartworks.org. He has selected the exhibited work for the show and will choose and announce the three "Juror’s Choice" and three "Honorable Mention" awards during our awards ceremony on March 26th starting at 6 pm. The awards ceremony will be recorded live on Instagram. Please follow us at @capregionartscenter to join in the celebration.

We receive such a broad range of skills from this amazing exhibit. I’m excited to provide a platform for these emerging artists to showcase and be recognized for their artwork.” – Belinda Colón

Both exhibition receptions will be held on March 26, 2021 during Troy Night Out from 6-8 pm.  COVID guidelines will be in place.

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