TangBazaar2022_270One-day pop-up shop features Skidmore student-made jewelry, clothing, pottery and more for sale

Friday, December 8, 3:30–5:30 pm

Saratoga Springs, NY (November 30, 2023) — The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College invites the public to the Tang Bazaar, an annual one-day pop-up shop of student-made wares, including art, jewelry, clothing, and pottery, on Friday, December 8, from 3:30 to 5:30 pm.

The Bazaar, which is organized by members of the Tang Student Advisory Council, is free to attend and open to the public. While each student vendor will have their own payment system, visitors should expect most students will accept payments via Venmo.

Student vendors include Tori Adams ’24, Izzy Ballon ’26, Mia Barnes ’26, Olivia Berenson ’24, Emelia Brueggman ’25, Hannah Christensen ’26, Lucy Altman Coe ’26, El Copelotti ’25, Norah Cullers ’26, Ari Dean ’26, Amanda Denny ’26, Naomi Epstein ’24, Isabella Farkas ’26, Xander Farmer ’24, Leah French ’24, Renée Fritschel ’25, Zoe Gerstenblatt ’27, Carlee Gilbert ’24, Michaela Glinsky ’24, Sara (Blair) Goldstein ’25, Maya Graziani ’25, Lane Grey ’26, Elina Grooman ’26, Sofia Guiduli ’26, Beck Hagopian ’24, Maia Haiduc-Dale ’26, Kayla Hasset ’25, Lindsay Jacobs ’26, Chek Knoll ’24, Kevin Nomu Langyintuo ’24, Liam McCarty ’27, Maggie McCurdy ’24, Avery McKay ’27, Ida Mihok ’24, Zoe Miller ’26, Tommy Myhill ’24, Jessica Packard ’26, Lucia Pontieri ’26, Claire Pupa ’26, Sylvia Rhodes ’25, Gillian Ross ’25, Malika Sawadogo ’24, Adam Schnitzer ’24, Em Staton ’26, Ava Steiner ’26, Simon Stephenson ’26, Samuel Tejeda ’25, Mia Townsend ’24, Cadence Trach ’24, Brian Labra Vergara ’24, Cara Waugh ’25, Mira Webber ’26, Ainsley Yorns ’25, and Jianing Zhao ’24.

Tang publications will also be discounted for in-person sales next week: 20 percent off on Tuesday and Wednesday (Dec. 5, 6); 25% off, Thursday, Friday (Dec. 7, 8); and select titles between $5 and $10 all four days. Discount applies to purchases made in the museum, with no shipping available.

For more information, contact the Visitors Services Desk at tang@skidmore.edu or 518-580-8080, or visit the Tang website at https://tang.skidmore.edu.

About the Tang Student Advisory Council

The Tang Student Advisory Council, which has been active since 2015, serves as an important voice for the Skidmore student body within the Tang Teaching Museum. The 60 volunteer members meet biweekly and take on a leadership role within the museum, organizing programs and advising staff on student engagement. Learn more.

About the Tang Teaching Museum

The Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College is a pioneer of interdisciplinary exploration and learning. A cultural anchor of New York’s Capital Region, the Tang’s approach has become a model for college and university art museums across the country—with exhibition programs that bring together visual and performing arts with interdisciplinary ideas from history, economics, biology, dance, and physics, to name just a few. The Tang has one of the most rigorous faculty-engagement initiatives in the nation, and a robust publication and touring exhibition program that extends the museum’s reach far beyond its walls. The Tang Teaching Museum’s award-winning building, designed by architect Antoine Predock, serves as a visual metaphor for the convergence of art and ideas. The Museum is open to the public on Tuesday–Sunday, noon–5pm, with extended hours until 9 pm Thursday. https://tang.skidmore.edu

Media Contact

Michael Janairo

Tang Teaching Museum | Skidmore College

mjanairo@skidmore.edu | 518-580-5542

Photo caption: The 2022 Tang Bazaar at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College features students selling wares they’ve made, including art, jewelry, pottery, and more. Tang Teaching Museum photograph by Megan Mumford.