MAKE ART HAPPEN ART TRAVEL In five fully equipped studios, 92Y’s Fine Arts program offers an array of classes that covers almost all aspects of visual arts — from drawing and painting to collage, printmaking and digital design. Our faculty of gifted teachers are professional artists whose work has been exhibited, published or commissioned all over the world. If you’re looking for a place where you can create, build your skills and stretch your imagination, our community of eager students and nurturing faculty offers a creative sanctuary — the perfect place to explore and grow your art practice. BEYOND THE STUDIO TALKS & LECTURES Join our faculty and students for life-enhancing journeys to explore and develop your art. For more information and to book, contact us at 212.415.5562. Plein Air Painting in the Italian Alps Enjoy nine days of plein air painting in the village of Pinzolo, Italy, nestled between the Dolomite and Adamello Mountains. Capture waterfalls, rivers, lakes, forests, meadows, mountains, glaciers and bell towers during daily excursions. Visit the market, sample local products and enjoy evening music and entertainment, all within steps of Hotel Pinzolo Dolomiti. Susan Cottle AUG 17-25, 2018 / INFO SESSION: TUE, FEB 7, 4 PM Art & Culture of Fogo Island Travel with the Art Center’s Melanie Kozol and Allison Valchuis to Fogo Island in Newfoundland for an incomparable immersion into the arts and culture of one of the world’s most spectacularly beauti-ful and unspoilt places. You will stay at the Fogo Island Inn — itself a work of art, named by Bloomberg “the most remote and magical hotel on earth.” Your stay includes sketching excursions, berry picking, hiking the coastal trails and boat trips and more. OCT 19-23, 2018 / INFO SESSION: THU, JAN 28, 4 PM In collaboration with 92Y Talks, the Art Center curates live lectures with experts in every field of art. Past talks have included such luminaries as Marina Abramovic, Frank Gehry and Anseim Kiefer. In the studio, our Third Thursday Art Talks offer more informal opportunities to chat with artists. EXHIBITIONS The Weill Art Gallery provides adults and children opportunities to exhibit their work, and hosts six exhibitions annually of region-al and international artists, many making their New York City debut. 29th Annual Art Center Faculty Exhibition NOV 16, 2017-JAN 7, 2018 / RECEPTION: TUE, DEC 5, 5-6:45 PM (un)Common A collaboration with Meural Selected artists present work that reconfig-ures, remixes and reimagines items held in New York museum and library collections that are in the public domain — or “the commons.” JAN 9-FEB 15, 2018 / RECEPTION: TUE, JAN 30, 5-6:45 PM Fogo Island Inn Harkness Dance Festival Exhibition: Paul Kolnik FEB 17-APR 23, 2018 / RECEPTION: TUE, FEB 27, 5-6:45 PM For more information about the festival and a related talk, see page 26.