An exhibition that honors the peaceful return of 100 acres of sacred land at Cohoes Falls back to the Haudenosaunee, League of Iroquois.
Co-founder Alana Sparrow was interviewed by Pillip Morris of Proctor’s Theatre as part of their Impact Show 301. She talks about The Foundry’s role in the Captial Region’s arts industry.
As working creatives we understand the delicate balance of making art and developing and managing your career. We provide the tools to help creatives with career development and creative entrepreneurs become healthy, independent businesses.
We don’t think so. Bankers, lenders, civic leaders, arts organizations and creatives all benefit from The Foundry’s myriad of professional services. Helping creative’s think like entrepreneurs and helping entrepreneurs think like artists: The Foundry at your service.
Alana and Jesse met and fell love in an art gallery. So it’s no surprise that their passion for each other pervades through all that is The Foundry. This magic duo have been referred to as “high energy, ferociously creative, fiercely talented, and passionate about art and creating community.”
Do you have an idea that needs a space? We can help bring your event or pop up concept to life. The Foundry has the space, the creative team, production experience and audience to make that happen.
A new cultural enterprise designed to further a historical artisanal craft and support the local economy.
Paper, Plastic and Concrete an exhibition by Terry James Conrad is a collection of observations and meditations on materials. ARTIST RECEPTION: February 22 : 6-9pm