The Foundry received certification as a Minority Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) by New York State Department of Economic Development, Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development (DMWBD).
Alana Sparrow Matulis, co-owner of the Foundry for Art, Design + Culture, announced her candidacy for the city’s Common council Second Ward seat Tuesday, sharing her vision of “fostering creativity and innovation for Cohoes.”
Great article on the major renovation we did on our incredible building! If you’ve never been the photo’s cannot really do it justice, but still look wonderful!
“The Foundry’s art and events gallery is a classic white space, with stone floors (and the building’s original bank vault) but the exhibits it hosts tend toward the cutting-edge of innovation, with a notable inclusion of illustration, print, and conceptual graphics. In addition to artist talks and showings, the Foundry also throws the most interesting cocktail parties in town.”
Alana Sparrow and Jesse Matulis are featured in Legendary Locals of Cohoes, a historical chronicle of individuals, organizations and businesses that have made significant contributions to the community.
A new cultural enterprise designed to further a historical artisanal craft and support the local economy.
In hopes of adding to the Spindle City’s rich history, The Foundry for Art Design + Culture officially opened its doors in style on Friday.
You can help us win $15k for our Creative 4Hire project by voting daily on Ovation TVs Facebook page!
This juried exhibition will be held July 27 through August 31 at the Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, New York. Opening reception July 27, 5pm as part of Troy Night Out.
The Foundry was recognized in Metroland’s Best Of the Capital Region 2012 as ‘Best Community-Building Arts Center!. Go read what they have to say, they summed it up beautifully!