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Fall Arts preview (visual arts): Hanna-Barbera exhibit at Rockwell

Fall Arts preview (visual arts): Hanna-Barbera exhibit at Rockwell

The Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and others show up on Nov. 12, when the Norman Rockwel
Fall Arts preview (visual arts): Hanna-Barbera exhibit at Rockwell
William Hanna, left, and Joseph Barbera look at early sketches of Jerry from the "Tom & Jerry" cartoon. The exhibit on Hanna-Barbera is set for the Norman Rockwell Museum. (photo provided)

• Saratoga Arts is celebrating its 30th anniversary with an invitational show of works by 30 artists who have shown in the gallery since it opened its doors. Tom Schottman, Laura Von Rosk, Beverley Mastrianni and Victoria Palermo are on the list. The exhibit runs through Oct. 29.

• On Saturday, the Arts Center of the Capital Region opens “Inside Breathing Lights,” a behind-the-scenes look at the public art project that will illuminate vacant homes in Albany, Schenectady and Troy.

• “The Art of Seating: Two Hundred Years of American Design” is the big show at the Albany Institute of History & Art. The gathering of chairs, each remarkable for its beauty, history or cultural influence, will be on view from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31. The designers include Frank Lloyd Wright, Isamu Noguchi and Frank Gehry.

• On Oct. 7, the Esther Massry Gallery at The College of Saint Rose unveils “Lisa Hoke: Common Side Effects,” an exhibit of quirky sculptures, murals and collages made from reclaimed trash. The exhibit will be co-curated by Jeanne Flanagan, gallery director, and artist Judy Pfaff.

• The Hyde Collection is this year’s host for the Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region, which opens on Oct. 30. Artist Michael Oatman is the juror.

• American fabric sculptor, dancer and performance artist Nick Cave opens his super-sized installation “Until” on Oct. 15 in MASS MoCA’s Building No. 5. The title is a play on the phrase “innocent until proven guilty,” and will be Cave’s commentary on gun violence, gun control policy, race relations and gender politics.

• The Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and others show up on Nov. 12, when the Norman Rockwell Museum unwraps “Hanna-Barbera: The Architects of Saturday Morning,” an exhibit about the legendary cartoon animators.


Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. 352-7311, www.adkmuseum.org

Through Oct. 10: “A Sneak Peek at 2017: The Adirondack Experience,” “Feathered Friends: Birder’s Byway,” “Weaving a Legacy: Mohawk Basketry Traditions” and “A Sense of Place: Ellen Phelan’s Kenjockety”

Albany Center Gallery, Albany. 462-4775, www.albanycentergallery.org

Through Sept. 23: “If This, Then That,” Kyle Avery, Jenny Hutchinson and Christine Snyder

Oct. 7-Nov. 4: “Where Things Go,” sculpture by Paul Mauren

Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany. 463-4478, www.albanyinstitute.org

Oct. 1-Dec. 31: “The Art of Seating: Two Hundred Years of American Design”

Through Oct. 16: “Masterworks: Paper”

Nov. 5-Feb. 5, 2017: “Rock and Roll Icons: Photographs by Patrick Harbron”

Arkell Museum at Canajoharie, Canajoharie. 673-2314, www.arkellmuseum.org

Through Sept. 11: “Edward Buyck: Picturing the American Revolution”

Through Oct. 16: “Circus Circus,” paintings of the American circus by artists of the 1920s and 1930s, circus-related marketing materials from Beech-Nut

Oct. 22-Dec. 30: “The Wizards of Pop: Sabuda & Reinhart,” from National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature

Nov. 5-Dec. 30: “The Politics and Art of Judge Magazine,” 19th-century political cartoons

Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy. 273-0552, www.artscenteronline.org

Through Oct. 16: “Interiors Recalled,” Madison LaVallee

Sept. 17-Oct. 16: “Inside Breathing Lights,” illumination of vacant homes in Albany, Schenectady and Troy

Oct. 28-Dec. 23: “Screenprint Biennial”

Oct. 28-Dec. 23: “Under the Sea to the Kitchen Sink,” Center for Disability Services exhibit

Bennington Museum, Bennington, Vt. 802-447-1571, www.benningtonmuseum.org

Through Oct. 2: “Something About Summer: Paintings by Mark Barry”

Through Oct. 30: “Duane Michals: Photographs from the Floating World”

Through Oct. 31: 1893 Jane Stickle Quilt

Through Nov. 6: “Milton Avery’s Vermont”

Nov. 25-Dec. 30: “The Festival Re-imaging Grandma Moses”

Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-443-7171, berkshiremuseum.org

Sept. 15-Oct. 31: “Something Scary,” family-friendly shadow wall explores fears and phobias

Nov. 18-Dec. 31: Festival of Trees

Chesterwood, Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-3579, www.chesterwood.org

Through Oct. 10: “The Nature of Glass: Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood 2016,” 24 works by 12 artists

Collar Works, 444 River St., third floor, Troy. www.collarworks.org

Through Sept. 18: “The Partial Observer: Darcie Abbatiello and Richard Moninski”

Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown. 547-9777, cooperstownart.com

Through Sept. 30: “Made in New York: Art of the Garden,” fine craft invitational; Lynn Johnson solo show

Oct. 7-Nov. 2: Oakroom Artists

Oct. 30: Pumpkin Glow: Jack’O’Lantern Festival

Nov. 11-Dec. 23: Holiday Show & Sale

Nov. 27: Adorn-a-Door Wreath Festival

Courthouse Gallery, Lake George Arts Project, Lake George. 668-2616, www.lakegeorgearts.org

Sept. 24-Oct. 28: “Oatman & Father, Signmakers: Gordon & Michael Oatman”

Nov. 12-Dec. 16: Fabien Lopez

Esther Massry Art Gallery, Massry Center for the Arts, The College of Saint Rose, Albany. 337-4871, www.strose.edu

Through Sept. 18: Art & Design Faculty Show

Through Feb. 26, 2017: “Danny Ginsburg ‘14: Hitting Bumps on the School Bus,” abstract paintings, mixed-media

Oct. 7-Dec. 4: “Lisa Hoke: Common Side Effects,” quirky sculptures, murals and collages made from reclaimed trash

Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. 607-547-1420, fenimoreartmuseum.org

Through Sept. 18: “Ansel Adams: Early Works”

Through Sept. 19: “Project 562: Portraits of Native America Now”

Through Oct. 2: “The Perfection of Harmony: The Art of James Abbott McNeill Whistler”

Through Dec. 31: “Traditions of Celebration and Ritual: The Thaw Collection of American Indian Art” and “A New York View: Country Landscapes by Robert Schneider”

Hudson Valley Community College, Teaching Gallery, Troy. 629-8006, www.hvcc.edu/culture

Sept. 15-Oct. 22: “Floating World: Paintings by Maggie Mailer”

Nov. 3-Dec. 3: Fine Arts and Digital Media Faculty Exhibition

The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. 792-1761, www.hydecollection.org

Through Oct. 2: “Durer and Rembrandt: Master Prints from the Collection of Dr. Dorrance Kelly”

Oct. 15-Dec. 31: “Transforming the Hyde: The Feibes and Schmitt Gift”

Oct. 30-Dec. 31: 2016 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region

Iroquois Indian Museum, Howe Caverns. 296-8949, www.iroquoismuseum.org

Through Sept. 30: “35 Years of Iroquois Art: A Retrospective”

Oct. 8-Nov. 27: “A Soldier’s Heart, A Sister’s Hands: Haudenosaunee Woman Veterans”

The Laffer Gallery, Schuylerville. 695-3181, www.thelaffergallery.com

Through Oct. 16: “Nature Nature,” Mikel Wintermantel, Karen Elem, Leslie Peck, Nancy Magnell, Takeyce Walter, Audrie Sturman, Celeste Susany, Kate Edwards and David Hill

Oct. 22-Nov. 27: 4th Annual Upstate Invitational. Anne Diggory, Janice Median and Russell Serrianne

Dec. 3-Jan. 8: 5th Annual Juried Group Show

Lapham Gallery, Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council, Glens Falls. 798-1144, www.larac.org

Through Sept. 16: Masters Show and Start to Finish, works created by artists living in the gallery

Oct. 7-Nov. 4: “Boundaries,” juried group show

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 413-662-2111, www.massmoca.org

Oct. 15-September 2017: Nick Cave

Through Jan. 2017: “Alex DaCorte: Free Roses,” “Sarah Crowner: Beetle in the Leaves” and “The Space Between”

Through April 3, 2017: “Explode Every Day”

Micropolis Cooperative Art Gallery, Gloversville. www.micropolisgallery.com, Facebook

Through Oct. 31: “My Gloversville,” paintings by Stu Eichel

Nov. 4-Dec. 31: 12 x 12, group show

Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-4100, www.nrm.org

Through Dec. 4: “Presidents, Politics and the Pen: The Influential Art of Thomas Nast”; Through Oct. 30: “Rockwell and Realism in an Abstract World” and “Build a Better Baby Carriage” (outdoor sculpture)

Nov. 12-May 29, 2017: “Hanna-Barbera: The Architects of Saturday Morning”

Nott Memorial, Union College, Schenectady. 388-6000, www.union.edu/gallery

Mandeville Gallery:

Through Dec. 11: “Charles Steckler: Contrary to What Sometimes Happens”

Oakroom Artists, Unitarian Universalist Society, Schenectady. 399-4049

Sept. 15-Oct. 31: Dave Francis and Corey Pitkin

Opalka Gallery, Sage Colleges, Albany. 292-7742, www.sage.edu/opalka

Through Oct. 9: “Siona Benjamin: Beyond Borders”

Oct. 25-Dec. 16: “Gravity and Light: Caroline Ramersdorfer, 1985-2016”

Perrella Gallery, Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Johnstown. 736-3622, www.fmcc.edu

Through Nov. 10: “Through a Laborer’s Eyes: Photos by Louis Pabon,” images of Ground Zero after 9/11

PhotoCenter of the Capital District, Troy. 273-0100, www.photocentertory.org

Through Sept. 25: “Reflections on the Edge / Altered Egos,” Elizabeth Opalenik

Sept. 30-Oct. 30: 10th Annual Members Show

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., 413-488-2303, www.clarkart.edu

Through Oct. 10: “Splendor, Myth and Vision: Nudes from the Prado”

Through Oct. 10: “Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill”

Dec. 10-April 2, 2017: “Japanese Impressions: Color Woodblock Prints from the Rodbell Family Collection”

Through Oct. 9, 2017: “Schutte: Crystal”

SUNY Adirondack, Visual Arts Gallery, Queensbury. 832-7738, www.sunyacc.edu

Through Nov. 3: Rebecca Soderholm and Lisa Lebofsky

Nov. 10-Feb. 9, 2017: SUNY Plattsburgh Faculty

Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-8080, tang.skidmore.edu

Sept. 17-March 17, 2017: “Sixfold Symmetry: Pattern in Art and Science”

Through Oct. 2: “Leonard Baskin”

Through Oct. 16: “We Will Control the Vertical”

Through Jan. 1, 2017: “A More Perfect Union” and “Elevator Music 31: Political Echo Chamber”

Schick Gallery:

Sept. 15-Oct. 16: 2016 Selected Art Faculty Exhibition: John Cunningham, Deb Hall, Deborah Morris and Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison.

Nov. 3-Dec. 8: “Eclectic Earth,” sculptural and functional works by 12 contemporary ceramic artists

University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany. 442-4035, www.albany.edu/museum

Through Dec. 10: “Future Perfect: picturing the anthropocene,” group show, explores our conflicted relationship to natural world

Upstate Artists Guild, Albany. 694-3090, www.upstateartistsguild.org

Through Sept. 23: “Space In Between,” Sarah Martinez, featured artist

Oct. 7-28: “Beneath the Skin,” tattoo artists

Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass. 413-597-2429, www.wmca.org

Through Sept. 25: “Both Sides Now: Lexa and Dan Walsh”

Oct. 6-Feb. 12: David Zink Yi

Through Dec. 18: “Object Lab”

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