Above: The remastered “Millennium Actress” screens tonight.
Phyllis Brown Exhibition
North Country ARTS is currently hosting local artist Phyllis Brown in their gallery space. Drop in during gallery hours through Sept. 6. Check out an example of Brown’s work below.
@ North Country ARTS – Second Floor Gallery, Glens Falls | open 9 AM-4PM | Free
Applications of Art: Perspective
This four-session workshop, running through Aug. 27, will explore the technique of perspective beginning with the work of recent special exhibition artists featured at The Hyde: Jacob Houston, etchings by Albert Flanagan, and the rooftop imagery of John Sloan. Supplies are provided. RSVP to (518) 792-1761 ext. 310 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
@ The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls | 10:30 AM | $120 members, $140 non members
Creative Writing Circle
Writers of all levels are welcome to come share whatever you’ve written with this weekly creative writing group and prepare to give and receive feedback. There is a 20-minute free-write period with every meet-up. Coffee or tea is provided.
@ Rev Hudson | 10 AM | Free
Capital Roots unveils their new Veggie Mobile
The local, fresh food organization will celebrate their new, more energy-efficient Veggie Mobile (sponsored by CDPHP and with support from U.S. Light Energy) which will help them continue to increase accessibility to fresh, affordable produce to neighborhoods. Check it out!
@ Capital Roots Urban Grow Center, Troy | 11 AM | Free
Free Trial: Hudson Juggling Club
Bindlestiff’s Cirkus After School presents this opportunity to join the Hudson Juggling Club each Tuesday until Aug. 20. Practice your juggling skills, get some pointers to continue learning and developing your skills, or come to try something completely new.
@ Hudson Youth Center | 6 PM | Free
On the road with Ric Orlando: Indonesia
As the recent featured chef for the Indonesian government, Orlando is bringing back his favorite recipes to Albany, taking the evening to teach you to make plates like: Nasi Goreng (Indonesian fried rice), Soto (chicken and lemongrass soup), Gado Gado (Indonesian salad with peanut dressing), Rendang (braised beef), Palak (a play on Bananas Foster).
@ Different Drummers Kitchen, Albany | 6 PM | $69
Chuck Lamb Trio and Greg Abate
Chill out with an evening of jazz in Caffe Lena’s continuing monthly series (every second Tuesday) of intimate listening evenings hosted by local jazz musician Chuck Lamb and guests. This evening’s show features revered jazz saxophonist, flutist and composer Greg Abate.
@ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs | 7 PM | $10 students and children, $18 members, $20 non members
‘Millennium Actress’ Remastered
Experience the restoration of what many believe to be Satoshi Kon’s (“Perfect Blue,” “Paprika”) greatest work. In “Millennium Actress,” filmmaker Genya Tachibana and his crew interview reclusive star Chiyoko Fujiwara. As she recounts her faraway career, the crew are pulled into her memories, witnessing her encounter with a mysterious man on the run from the police. Despite never knowing his name or his face, Chiyoko relentlessly pursues that man in a blend of reality and memory. After the film, stick around for a conversation with “Millennium Actress” producers Taro Maki and Masao Maruyama as they reflect on making the film and Kon’s legacy.
@ Regal Cinemas, Colonie | 7 PM | $12.50
Front Parlor Storytelling: Keeping Up
Host Mike De Socio guides this storytelling open mic, giving writers an opportunity to share their true, personal stories live, without notes, in five minutes or less. This month, the group explores the theme of “keeping up” in a climate of constant comparison, be that via social media, family expectations, career or social group pressure. When did you experience the struggle, whether you were falling behind or making the grade?
@ Lucas Confectionery, Troy | 7:30 PM | Free