The return of Art on Lark

Janice K. Johnson



Hanna Bogart draws on a community art board during the Art on Lark street festival held on Lark Street on Saturday, June 11, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union)
Hanna Bogart draws on a community art board during the Art on Lark street festival held on Lark Street on Saturday, June 11, 2022. (Jim Franco/Special to the Times Union)

Art on Lark took over its namesake from State Street to Madison Avenue, bringing Capital Region residents its splash of culture and entertainment on Saturday.

Art on Lark presages Sunday’s Capital Pride parade and celebration. Organizers of both Albany events say they are welcome activities after pandemic cancellations.




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