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Part of Niche Gallery’s mission is giving back to the community

“It’s a meet-up space for groups near and dear to my heart,” Susan A. Rivers says of Niche Gallery in Saratoga Springs. Every show at the Broadway gallery benefits a charity.
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“It’s a meet-up space for groups near and dear to my heart,” Susan A. Rivers says of Niche Gallery in Saratoga Springs. Every show at the Broadway gallery benefits a charity.
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When Susan A. Rivers moved to Saratoga Springs and decided to open an art gallery, she wanted it to be a different kind of art space, a “feel-good” place that would give back to the community. “Each and every show, and the sale of every piece, benefits a charity,” she says. “You support a local artist, you support the charity. And you’re supporting a neighborhood gallery.” Rivers, a fiber artist and Saratoga Arts board member, ...


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