SEASONAL PROGRAMS

RECOMMENDED: FOR ALL / FOR ADULTS / FOR FAMILIES


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Sat, Oct 21, 2pm

In this hands-on workshop series led by artist Zafiro Acevedo, participants will examine classical landscape elements and create works using natural elements such as pine cones, grass, and leaves in addition to traditional art materials. Recommended for ages 5–10.

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Changing Nature with Andrea Packard
Sun, Oct 22, 2–4pm

This new program, designed by Teaching Artist-in-Residence Andrea Packard, will begin with a guided tour through the Museum’s galleries and end with a hands-on introduction to landscape collage. RSVP: publicprograms@hrm.org

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Sat & Sun, Oct 28, 29, 12–5pm

Celebrate the spookiest weekend of the year with activities for the whole family to enjoy! Throughout the weekend, make your own monster masks, go on haunted tours of Glenview and Nybelwyck Hall, and trick-or-treat in costume! On Saturday, enjoy a Halloween magic show with Kathie Cvitkovac at 1 & 3pm, followed by a costume parade with the Nepperhan Community Center Band at 4pm. On Sunday, make Halloween-themed balloon art with Brenda Hernandez from 2–4pm, watch as Washington Irving visits Glenview (with Hal Greenberg) at 2 & 4pm, and participate in a costumed photoshoot throughout the day!

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WALK & TALK WITH AN ARTIST
Alison Moritsugu, Visual Artis
Sat, Nov 4, 2pm

Enjoy a stroll through Walks with Artists: The Hudson Valley and Beyond with visual artist Alison Moritsugu, who will offer interpretations of select works from the perspective of her own practice.

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First Sundays Gallery Tour
Walks with Artists: The Hudson Valley and Beyond
Sun, Nov 5, 1pm

Meander through the Museum with one of our Docents, who will present a tour of our current exhibition Walks with Artists: The Hudson Valley and Beyond.

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Arts in the Afternoon
Climate Change and the Paris Agreement, George Garland
Wed, Nov 8, 1:30pm, followed by 3pm tour

George Garland, President of the Board of the United Nations Association Southern New York Division, will outline the main ideas behind the Paris climate accord and describe how we can play our part—both in Westchester County and beyond—in rising up to this global challenge.

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Sunday Scholars
The Sublime and Beyond, Andrea Packard
Sun, Nov 12, 2pm

Teaching-Artist-in-Residence Andrea Packard will discuss the evolution of the sublime in art, referencing our current exhibition.

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DROP IN & DRAW
Terry Kessler Schwarz: Graphite, Charcoal, and Soft Pastel
Sat, Nov 18, 12–2pm

Master the media of graphite, charcoal, and soft pastel with artist Terry Kessler Schwarz, who will teach participants how to depict water scenes.

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KIDS EXPLORE THE LANDSCAPE WITH ZAFIRO ACEVEDO
Sat, Nov 18, 2pm

In this hands-on workshop series led by artist Zafiro Acevedo, participants will examine classical landscape elements and create works using natural elements such as pine cones, grass, and leaves in addition to traditional art materials. Recommended for ages 5–10.

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STROLL WITH THE STAFF
Walk with the Archivist: Giovanna Fiorino-Iannace, PhD, Visiting Associate Curator
Sun, Nov 19, 1pm

Take a special tour of the 70-foot, 14-panel masterwork Sylvia Sleigh: Invitation to a Voyage with our Visiting Associate Curator, Giovanna Fiorino-Iannace.

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HOLIDAY KICKOFF
Fri, Nov 24, 12–5pm

Celebrate the day after Thanksgiving with activities for the whole family. Learn how to paint a wintry landscape and enjoy face painting with Junior Docents from 1–4pm; experience storytelling with April Armstrong at 1:30, 2, & 3:30pm; watch the premieres of two live Planetarium shows: Holiday Sky Tonight at 2pm and Myths, Legends, and Travelers’ Tales at 3:30pm; and participate in a sing along at 4pm.

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WALK & TALK WITH AN ARTIST
Ann van Buren, Poet  
Sat, Nov 25, 2pm

Enjoy a stroll through Walks with Artists: The Hudson Valley and Beyond with poet Ann van Buren, who will offer interpretations of select works from the perspective of her own practice.