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  • Fernanda Chandoha will discuss the work and career of her father Walter Chandoha, the grand master of cat photography. “Growing up,” she says, “when you told somebody what your parents do, it was just like: what?” Chandoha also tells us about Loco the cat and a Bayonne grocery store.
  • The exhibition “Rhona Bitner: Resound” will be on view at The Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York September 9 through December 9. The exhibition was curated by Tracy L. Adler, the Johnson-Pote Director of the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art.
  • "Terraforming: Olana’s Historic Photography Collection Unearthed" is now on display at Olana State Historic Site. We got a preview of the exhibit this morning from the President of The Olana Partnership, Sean Sawyer and independent curator and historian of photography, Corey Keller.
  • Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, New York, presents "M. C. Escher: Infinite Variations" and "Day to Night: Photographs by Stephen Wilkes."
  • Although his life was cut short by cancer, friends and family are hoping one local young man’s work will live on.
  • A new exhibition now open at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College is Parallax: Framing the Cosmos.
  • The new exhibit: The Art of Observation: The Best of Photographer Elliott Erwitt is now on display at Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown through the end of the year.
  • “All-American Ruins” is a multimedia travelogue in which artist, activist, adventurer Blake Pfeil recounts his experiences exploring abandoned spaces across the United States and transforms them into fantastical essays of prose and poetry, audio storytelling, and documentary film.Along the way, “All-American Ruins” asks critical questions about American history/culture, community, capitalism/economics, the environment, and mental health while encouraging folks to activate their imaginations as a tool for healing.
  • In 2020, the world experienced massive change. Millions of lives were ended—and millions more upended—by the Covid-19 pandemic. The shocking police killings of Black men and women gave rise to powerful social movements and widespread collective action to rectify centuries of injustice and racism in the United States and globally. Together, these three colossal events tested the resilience of the social fabric bringing us all together.Attempting to illuminate and make sense of this new reality, photographers from around the world documented these transformational moments as they unfolded.Curated by the founders of Scopio, a community-based image marketplace, a stunning and unforgettable visual history that captures the world’s response to major events that defined 2020: the COVID pandemic and the sweeping movements for racial and social justice.
  • They Might Be Giants have a new album and art book available now - both entitled "Book." The book "Book" was born through a series of brainstorms with longtime TMBG collaborator and legendary graphic designer Paul Sahre. "Book" finds TMBG expanding their world-view through multiple mediums while continuing to refine their songwriting craft. Two-time Grammy winners, TMBG started with Dial-A-Song Service powered by a lone phone machine out of their Brooklyn apartments, since then they have made 23 albums and have infiltrated your television sets with original themes and incidental music for numerous shows and commercials. They have a new song every day on their smartphone app. John Linnell joins us.