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No Eraser Needed: A Community Gallery Project Opens July 22, 2021



TROY (07/15/2021)—The Arts Center of the Capital Region invites our regional community and beyond to join us for “No Eraser Needed”. This exhibition was created as a community gallery project. ACCR invites the public to come into our Main gallery and create work on our gallery walls. We have provided a platform for expression that can be shared with all who visit the Arts Center. Artists, art enthusiasts, novices or professionals—we welcome all to come draw or write on our walls.

Our galleries are free to the public, and anyone who loves to create or has an appreciation for the arts is invited! The Arts Center will provide the supplies needed for your creative inspirations.

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The Arts Center of the Capital Region, on Monument Square in downtown Troy, is a 36,000 square foot fully-accessible studio, exhibition, and performing arts space. The Arts Center offers classes, exhibits, and programs serving 48,000 people a year drawn from an 11-county region surrounding Troy. The Arts Center is proud to serve as a regional arts center, known for its wide range of high-quality classes for adults and children, arts camps for children and teens, highly acclaimed exhibitions, funding, and technical support for arts organizations and artists.

Gallery Hours:

Monday: 9 – 4 pm, Tuesday - Thursday: 9 am – 7 pm, Saturday: 10 am – 2 pm

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