A Rainstorm, a Hoodie, and an Open Door

Dear Friends of the HRM, Not long ago I stood up from the desk in my office and took a walk down to the lobby to check in with our security team and see how the day was going. It was pouring rain, one of those days when the sky just opens up. As we

Talk About an Entrance

Dear Friends of HRM, Talk about an entrance. The Hudson Valley is simply awash in golds, reds, and oranges. Fall has announced its bold arrival and here at Hudson River Museum, we’ve been preparing for the moment. We are proud to usher in the season with two compelling new exhibitions organized by the HRM that

Robert Panzera Joins the HRM as the New Assistant Director of Development

Rob will oversee the development and membership team, leading all aspects of fundraising, including support from foundations, individuals, corporations, and government agencies, and leading the Fund for HRM major gifts campaign.

Megan Byrnes Joins the HRM as the New Manager of School Programs

Megan will work closely with the Education team and across departments to create vibrant educational partnerships and interdisciplinary programs for schools and institutional partners in our local communities.

Lizzy Alejandro Leads and Curates The Body as a Vessel

The Body as a Vessel was a three-part photography and collage workshop series led by artist Lizzy Alejandro in June 2022, inspired by Collection Spotlight: Women Photographers, on view in the galleries through September 11.

To the Junior Docent Class of 2022

Pedro Betanzos, Manager of Youth and Family Programs, congratulates the Class of 2022.

A Garden for All Blossoms at HRM!

Recent visitors have no doubt taken notice of the beautiful and welcoming new garden that is now blooming in front of the Hudson River Museum. This four-season garden is the brainchild—or shall we say “flower child”?—of the Morsemere Garden Club, a volunteer organization committed to stimulating interest in conservation, horticulture, artistic arrangement of plant material,

Hudson River Museum Wins Three Best of Westchester Awards

For the fifth consecutive year, the Hudson River Museum is proud to announce that we have won three Best of Westchester 2022 awards: Best Historic Site, Best Art Gallery, and Best Tourist Attraction.

Federico Uribe: Plastic Reef Community Resources

According to the UN Environment Programme, more than ten million metric tons of plastic enters our oceans every year. The contradictory feelings elicited by Plastic Reef prompt us to reflect on our choices and consider how changes to our daily routines can reduce plastic waste. Here’s how you can help!

Yonkers IDA, HRM Gala Honoree

We are grateful for YIDA’s efforts to ensure the continued economic and cultural revitalization of Yonkers and the success of so many businesses and organizations in the area, including the Hudson River Museum!