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Colangelo recalls beginnings of Stockade Art Show

Connie Colangelo, now the former director of the Stockade Art Show, looks through archived photos and history articles of the Art Show, going as far back as 1949, in her home in Schenectady.
Photographer: Kayla Galway
Connie Colangelo, now the former director of the Stockade Art Show, looks through archived photos and history articles of the Art Show, going as far back as 1949, in her home in Schenectady.
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To get the scoop on the Stockade Villagers’ Outdoor Art Show, you’ve got to spend some time with Connie Colangelo. Five generations of the Colangelo family have lived in Schenectady’s historic Stockade District, and for more than 60 summers, the family has helped run the juried fine art show on the neighborhood’s picturesque streets. Connie Colangelo has been part of the show, working on mailings and registration, then as organizer or co-chair, for 34 years. ...


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