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Past Programs

AHA! | New York State Museum

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Take a trip to the largest and oldest state museum in the country.

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AHA! | TvFILM Fest 2018

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Take a look behind the scenes at TvFILM Fest 2018.

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AHA! | Branch VFX

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Learn about a local visual effects firm that works with major studios and networks.

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AHA! | Hannah Williams

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Learn about Hannah Williams, a self-taught painter and muralist based in Glens Falls, NY.

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AHA! | LUMBERYARD

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Learn about a facility that will bring cultural and economic growth to the area.

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AHA! | Design

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Learn the importance of branding and design from Ashley Armitage of Ashley A Designs.

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AHA! | Cider

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Learn about New York’s first farm cidery.

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AHA! | SPAC

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Discover a Capital Region destination featuring world-class artistry ever summer.

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Five questions with AHA! featured Kat Koppett

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Born in New York City, Kat Koppett grew up in Palo Alto, California. She attended New York University for Drama and Columbia University for a Masters in Organizational Psychology. She is the President/Eponymous Founder of her business Koppett and co-director of Mopco, LLC.

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Five Questions with AHA! featured Maureen Sager

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Maureen Sager was born on the East Coast and spent some of her career in the entertainment industry on the West Coast. A mother of two, she now lives in Saratoga Springs. She is the project director of the Alliance for the Creative Economy (ACE).

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And contributors to the WMHT Venture Fund including Chet and Karen Opalka, Robert & Doris Fischer Malesardi and the Alexander & Marjorie Hover Foundation.

Local Places and Artists Featured on AHA! A House for Arts