Hudson River Museum is pleased to announce that Pedro Betanzos is the HRM’s new Manager of Youth and Family Programs, after serving as Interim Manager since December 2021. As a former Junior Docent himself, and bilingual in English and Spanish, Pedro brings an important community perspective to his work and a clear understanding of the
News 12 recently visited the HRM to document the exciting programs and exhibitions happening during School’s Out, Stars Are In (SOSI) over spring break.
Dear Friends of HRM, It’s always special for me to write about and experience the work of women artists, and ever more so during the month of March. A case in point: few artists captivate the world by first name alone. Frida is one of them. This season, and as part of Women’s History Month,
Hudson River Museum is thrilled to announce the gift of two exquisite paintings: Gloucester, Stage Fort Beach, 1849, by Fitz Henry Lane; and Fruit with Water Glass, ca. 1850–70, by Severin Roesen; both works were generously donated to the HRM’s collection by Shelley and Felice Bergman.
Glenview, the Museum’s Gilded Age historic home, got a close up in HBO’s much-anticipated show, The Gilded Age, which premiered January 24.
In a sign of flourishing relevance, and a mere week after a visit from the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the Hudson River Museum was proud to welcome another prominent global figure through its doors. On Sunday, December 5, US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield made a dedicated visit to the HRM to view the exhibitions and
Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres Visits the Hudson River Museum, Speaks with Junior Docents
Hudson River Museum was honored to welcome António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, and Catarina Vaz Pinto, Councillor of Culture for the City of Lisbon, Portugal, over the weekend.
The Museum’s Kimbel and Cabus furniture holdings include a secretary, an armchair, a hanging shelf, a table, a side chair original to Glenview, and a cabinet that is currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum in Modern Gothic: The Inventive Furniture of Kimbel and Cabus, 1863–82.