Past and Present HRM Junior Docents Come Together

At the opening for Rivers Flow / Artists Connect and Embrace: Cinematic Moments by James Seward, our current HRM Junior Docents had the opportunity to meet a number of our exceptional Junior Docent alumni.

No Winter Blues Here

February is a month of reflection, history, celebration, and amplifying voices that matter. We eagerly anticipate sharing these special moments with you, blending traditional and contemporary resonance.

News 12 Features the HRM on Road Trip: Close to Home

News 12 recently visited the Hudson River Museum to document the exciting exhibitions going on now at the Museum. Reporter Nikita Ramos took viewers around the HRM to show everything the Museum has to offer.

Wrapping Up a Special Year, Leaping Into the Next

2023 was an era of exceptional growth and experimentation at the HRM. Director and CEO Masha Turchinsky acknowledges a number of key milestones and accomplishments from the past year.

HRM Junior Docent Speaks at Westchester County Budget Hearing

On December 6, Anna Mathews, youth leader in the HRM’s award-winning Junior Docent Program delivered an impactful speech at the Westchester County Board of Legislators’ Budget Hearing in support of the Museum and her fellow teens.

10 Things To Be Thankful For at the HRM

Dear Friends of HRM, Embracing the crisp air and vibrant hues of autumn, the Hudson River Museum extends a warm invitation to join us in celebrating the season of gratitude and reflection. I find delight in acknowledging the moments that have shaped our journey and the countless reasons to be thankful. We relish the support

Outstanding Collections, Superb Community

This weekend we are thrilled to open two important new exhibitions that connect the local to the global in art, music, and culture: Kindred Worlds: The Priscila and Alvin Hudgins Collection and Hip Hop Heroes.

Summer Is a State of Mind

As we embark on this new season, we look forward to sharing more remarkable moments and experiences with you, our cherished community. Your support and engagement are the heart of the Hudson River Museum, and we can’t wait to welcome you back for a season filled with culture and connection.

Teaching Artist-in-Residence Natalya Khorover’s Upcycled Art

Natalya Khorover, the HRM’s Spring and Summer 2023 Teaching Artist-in-Residence, just completed a series of engaging hands-on workshops for visitors to create artworks from colorful, single-use plastics that would otherwise contribute to the pollution of our environment.

Hudson River Museum’s Community Garden Is Thriving!

The Morsemere Garden Club has done five plantings this season, with more than 300 annuals donated by Untermyer Gardens Conservancy and individual garden members, plus annuals planted by Todd Jones, HRM’s Assistant Director, Facilities and Operations.