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AHA! A House for Arts

AHA! features the stories of artists, makers, and creative institutions right here in our backyard and across the country. It's a celebration of all things creative!


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AHA! | Native America

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See how Haudenosaunee dancers and storytellers blend cultural tradition with modern flair.

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Five Questions with AHA! featured Samuel Margolius

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Samuel Margolius is the Executive Producer of Branch VFX. A graduate of Catskill High School and The John Hopkins University, he lives in Catskill and works in Albany.

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Five Questions with AHA! featured Jordan McClendon

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Animator and Graphic Designer Jordan McClendon is a graduate of The Sage College of Albany

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AHA! | Jordan McClendon

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Discover Albany resident, Jordan McClendon's passion for animation.

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AHA! | Halloween

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Explore the funny, scary, and tastefully decorative pumpkin carvings of Brian Bateman.

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