Arts in the Airport Blog

Check Out the Latest Arts in the Airport Agenda Updates

Posted on 9/12/2019
The Arts in the Airport Workshop agenda has loads of new information, including these highlights...

Patterns of Engagement

Posted on 5/24/2019
Let’s face it – making the proverbial lemonade out of lemons is easier said than done. So, when a decree was issued recently that no public events were to be held at Albany Airport until March, 2020, for me it was lemons all the way down. Hosting fes

Public Art Trends: Art from Recycled Materials

Posted on 9/10/2018
For years, public artists have been exploring new and different mediums for their public art installations. But, inspiration does not have to come from new or expensive materials. Sometimes public art projects can be born from repurposed materials.

Albany International Airport installs Robert Hite’s Migration House in 30 Seconds

Posted on 7/30/2018
Lubber, the hollow sphere of cedar and iron rings that has stood sentinel to Albany International Airport’s Concourse B since 2002 has had a well-deserved make-over this summer. Over its many years on view, the sculpture has become a wayfinding icon,

Bring Outer Space to Your Airport

Posted on 9/29/2017
One of the most cost-effective ways to start or expand your art installations at your airport is through loans. Gallery loans are familiar territory, but if you’re looking to add real excitement to your collection, why not borrow a piece of space his


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