AC IV Spanish Translates Art for Albany Museum of Art
AC IV Spanish Translates Art for Albany Museum of Art

ALBANY -- The Albany Museum of Art has opened three new exhibitions featuring works by a renowned photographer from Bainbridge, a self-taught artist from Alabama known for his storytelling and unique style, and college and university educators from south Georgia and north Florida.

Some of the first visitors were high school students in the Advanced Curriculum Spanish IV class at Deerfield-Windsor School. The class regularly helps the AMA create Spanish translations of its gallery guides. The class and teacher Jessica Carr worked to create the Spanish-language guide for "Butch Anthony: Art, Nature, and Intertwangleism" that will continue in the Haley Gallery through July 31.

"We were so thrilled to have high school students from DWS visit the AMA this morning for the opening of our spring exhibitions," AMA Director of Education and Public Programming Annie Vanoteghem said. "It has been a breath of fresh air to have the galleries alive with conversation and observation. I am looking forward to welcoming more groups in the months to come."