Posted on Sep 27, 2002

Through Oct. 13
Mandeville Gallery, Nott Memorial
“Unionania! Union College Souvenirs and Memorabilia,” an exhibition of Union College souvenirs from the 19th
and 20th centuries, from postcards to dance cards, from plates and eggcups to
hats and pins. For information, call ext.6004 or visit:

Through Oct. 6
Arts Atrium Gallery, Arts Building
Sculpture by Anthony Cafritz
Exhibit features three sculptures by Cafritz: “Frozen Spit,” “So Long to Hong
Kong,” and “Mother.” For information, call ext. 2232.

Oct. 8 through Nov. 22

Humanities Gallery
“Silk Spaces,” a series of works by Schenectady
artist Arlene Baker, which the artist calls “an exploration of the aesthetics
of the sublime on an intimate scale.” Opening reception is Thursday, Oct. 10,
from 4 to 6 p.m.

Oct. 14 through Dec. 8
Arts Atrium Gallery, Arts Building
“Impressions from Nature's Notebook,” works by painter Stephen Tyson.

Oct. 20 through Dec. 22
Mandeville Gallery, Nott Memorial
“Reaching for the Stars – The Story of
the Dudley Observatory,” an exhibit with lectures, a film series and
nights observing the skies.