Saratoga Springs Arts Commission: Performing Arts

A colorful poster saying "Saratoga Springs Arts Town Halls: Presented by the Saratoga Springs Arts Commission in partnership with Skidmore College"

The Saratoga Springs Arts Commission, in partnership with Skidmore College, invites the community to the second in a series of quarterly town hall style discussions with local arts leaders on Tuesday, March 9, at 7:00 PM on the topic of Performing Arts.

The discussion will be moderated by Lisa Kolosek, Independent Curator, and Jason Ohlberg, Professor of Dance at Skidmore College. The panelists will lead a conversation that addresses community impact, accessibility, and ideas for art in Saratoga. The Arts Commission is excited to continue to provide the public with information about our city’s vital and vibrant cultural landscape and an open dialogue with its leaders.

This online talk will be a Zoom webinar and is free and open to all. The chat will be open for community participation.

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  • Chris Shiley, Senior Director of Artistic Planning, Saratoga Performing Arts Center

  • Teddy Foster, Director, Universal Preservation Hall

  • Jill Levy, Artistic Director, Saratoga Chamber Players

  • Eric Rudy, General Manager, Home Made Theater

  • Lisa Jackson-Schebetta, Associate Professor and Chair, Skidmore College Theater Department

  • Beth Fecteau, Director, Nacre Dance Group


The Saratoga Springs Arts Commission series of quarterly Arts Town Halls will continue:

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