Troy Night Out July 2015 30:20
With a continuous soundtrack from the Keith Pray Soul Jazz Revival: artists Jane McCambley & Marilee Sousie at the Arts Center of the Capital Region, J.J. discussing the genesis of the Brew Cycle, video game creation with the Tech Valley Game Spacers, and racing enthusiast and author Jean Chodkowski on playing the horses.
Troy Night Out “June 2015” 32:42
An evening wandering through the late-night street festival, with the usual suspects: coffee shop jazz band, 3D poster printing, pedal power taxicab…
Troy Night Out February 2014 25:02
Keith Pray’s Soul Jazz Revival (minus Keith), Ben Karis-Nix, C. C. Vagabonds, & Lastdayshining.
Troy Night Out November 2013 36:12
This month, we stare in wide-eyed wonder as Rick McNamara composes a Troy Night Out theme song on the spot; admire the variety of driftwood creations at Weathered Wood and hear Kate Hammill and Daniel Killion discuss why this art form is so entrancing; watch the intricate, delicate process of glass-blowing at Prism Glass Work; listen to the relaxing, sophisticated guitar stylings of Garth Green and the robust piano serenades of John Ostwald at the River Street Beat Shop (and hear owner Jim Barrett chime in with sound effects on “How Much is that Doggie in the Window?”); see Sandra Stephens introduce videos with work of the 2x2 Collective at the Black Box Theater in the Arts Center; and wrap up the night with Keith Pray’s Soul Jazz Revival at Spillin’ the Beans.
Troy Night Out October 2013 34:02
Recorded by Joel Patterson Mountaintop Studios Petersburgh Ny 518-658-9549 email@example.com
at the street festival on October 25, 2013
Plenty of lavishly costumed superheroes and princesses this month, but the really scary ones are the artists! And the strange preoccupations they settle on… well, the guy whirling the fireballs around was dangerous if you weren’t careful…
This month, Sam Altekruz is ready to dismantle his art installation of 650 hanging garlic cloves, Ben Atlman describes his Arts Center show concerning the complexity of identity, Claire Sherwood discusses her latest creations celebrating and exploring nature and industrial production, we view a recreated black light dorm room ceiling from 1970, we learn about the soothing and invigorating Troy Healing Arts, Robilee McIntyre shows her elaborate, symbolically outfitted sculptures, Patrick Sherwood tells us why evocative landscapes capture his imagination, Amy Halloran composes poetry on the spot, we judge a pumpkin contest at the Botanic Garden, and listen to the transporting, wild and dreamy sounds of the Keith Pray Soul Jazz Revival– and wonder where Keith is?