Art on Lark 2011

art on lark 2011In case it has somehow escaped your attention: Art on Lark is this Saturday in Albany. Lined up this year:

+ The Living Walls project will have a group of artists creating a mural on Hudson between Willet and Lark.

+ There will be a pop-up gallery organized by Albany Underground Artists in the former Planned Parenthood building, along with food from the Chefs Consortium (food is $10).

+ The Grand Street Arts' Youth FX program will be screening six short films. (Liz talked with some of the filmmakers in the program earlier this year.)

+ And an outdoor gallery organized by Albany Center Gallery.

Also: a bunch of good local music organized by WEXT. The schedule for that is after the jump.

Madison Stage

11 am Spaceland

12 pm Bryan Thomas

1 pm Olivia Quillio

2 pm Alta Mira

3:10 pm The Red Lions

4:15 pm Erin Harkes


Washington Stage

11 am The El Dorados

11:45 am Zack Cohen

12:45 pm Albany Poets

1:30 pm NeedleGun

2:30 pm Mike Poulopoulos

3:45 pm Disposable Rocket Band

Comments

Check out Spaceland. Good bunch of guys.

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