Technology in Theater
Belarus 8/5/18 – 8/7/18
A Joe Bruno Case Study
Israel 8/15/18 – 8/19/18
Disability Rights: Equal Access
A Regional Project for the Middle East 9/22/18 – 9/26/18
SAVE THE DATE
Technology in Theater
The International Center
Welcoming the World to New York's Capital Region
The International Center, based in New York’s Capital of Albany, helps the Capital Region engage with the world and promote international understanding.
We serve an area that extends north to Plattsburgh, south to Westchester County, east to the borders of Vermont and Massachusetts and west to Syracuse. The International Center does this by:
- Serving as citizen diplomats by hosting international visitors and delegations, and promoting professional and cultural exchanges.
- Fostering education, awareness and advocacy about cultural diversity and global issues.
- Promoting the assets of the New York Capital Region to the global community.
- Offering shared services for international groups in the Capital Region.
The International Center of the Capital Region was chosen by the U.S. Department of State to create the American experience for more than 200 emerging opinion-shapers from around the globe this past year.
» Read More
International Center of the Capital Region & Living Resource’s First Ever Paint & Sip Class
Friday August 3rd, 2018
from 6pm-8:30pm at Living Resource’s Art Gallery at 70 Beekman Street, Saratoga Springs NY./p>
The International Center of the Capital Region, a nonprofit dedicated to serving as citizen diplomats by hosting international visitors and delegations is teaming up with Living Resources, one of our areas leading organizations in assisted living for individuals with disabilities to host a Paint & Sip class.
Help support two great causes this summer by joining us Friday August 3rd from 6pm-8:30pm at Living Resource’s Art Gallery at 70 Beekman Street, Saratoga Springs NY.
Interested in New York State History?
Saturday September 8th, 2018
5:30 – 8:00 PM
Bus Departs 8am from Crossgates Mall JC Penny Out Parking Lot and returns at 6pm
The International Center of the Capital Region is making one of their final trips this year;
down to the beautiful Hudson Valley region on Saturday September 8th. We will be taking guided tours of two amazing historic sites in Hyde Park New York, at the Vanderbilt Mansion, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Mansion. The Vanderbilt Mansion is one of the area’s oldest Hudson River estates, as its development dates to 1764 and we will be exploring its rich history and tour of the full mansion. Following this we will depart for the Franklin D. Roosevelt Mansion where we will enjoy lunch provided by the sites Café, and a tour later on of the home of Franklin D Roosevelt. This trip also includes self-guided tour tickets to the FDR Presidential Library and Museum at no additional cost to explore on your own before and after our guided tour of the mansion.
Seats are limited, to reserve a spot now contact Ryan Moll at (518) 708-7608 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. ICCR Members are $79, and non-ICCR members are $89. Become a member of the International Center of the Capital Region now for the member price, and at all future events. Lunch is included in this trip as well!
Support Our Work Make a Donation today
The International Center welcomes foreign investors and other international delegations to the area and provides services to these delegations.
Donations to the International Center of the Capital Region are tax deductible.
We thank you for your support.