SAVE-THE-DATE-December-5, 2013-Starry-Night-For-CMT

New Art show installed at the Art de Cure gallery for CMT at CPO (Clinical Prosthetics+Orthotics) benefitting the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association

SN postcard

NOW SHOWING:   “Gracelines”

DATES:  JUNE 14, 2013 – JANUARY 10, 2014

Starry Night for CMT Reception and Dedication of gallery in memoriam for Christine A. Hook on December 5, 2013  Thursday from 4-7 PM. Featuring Silent Auction of Original art work, jewelry, gift baskets, gift cards and complimentary light fare.


You can view some of the art work online at:

If you would like to display the art in your home, all pieces are currently for sale through January 10, 2014. Stop in to view the exhibit. Bring some new artwork home today.

Gallery and all events are open to the public during office hours Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.    The Art de Cure Gallery for CMT is located at CPO 149 South Lake Ave. Albany, NY.

Gallery coordinators Joanne Van Genderon and Melinda Lang

Starry Night Event website:

Art de Cure, a 501 (c) 3 formed in 2010, is a collaboration between art and medicine. Art de Cure is a unique concept which brings art to an audience not likely to explore art galleries. Galleries are housed in medical practices and the work of regional artists is on display. The host practice chooses the charity that will benefit and Art de Cure curates the shows.
The galleries are permanent with multiple shows and receptions scheduled each year. The Art de Cure Galleries are open to the public, and to the practice’s patients during regular office hours.
Be A Part of Art de Cure

Artists: If you would like your work to be considered for inclusion in the Art de Cure Gallery, for the CMTA please submit up to 6 digital images, an artist statement and bio to: See more at:

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