Currents

Taking a Look at Westchester’s Economic Forecast in 2023

Check out 914 Inc’s January / February 2023 issue, which includes an in-depth article on the economic forecast for the region: Taking a Look at Westchester’s Economic Forecast in 2023.

Hudson River Museum Remembers Joyce Greene (1927–2022)

The Hudson River Museum mourns the loss of Joyce Greene, who passed peacefully at the age of 95 on December 25, 2022, in Santa Barbara, California.

Looking Back, Looking Forward—With You

As we take stock of a memorable year at the Hudson River Museum and prepare for the debut of our new West Wing in the first half of 2023, I am reminded yet again that we are a dynamic and resilient community.

Louis Prang & Co. Christmas Card Competitions

The Hudson River Museum has a large collection of all types of holiday cards, including many by the prominent maker Louis Prang & Co. During the Gilded Age, Boston printmaker Louis Prang almost single-handedly brought Christmas cards to the American public.

Jack Stuppin In Memoriam (1933–2022)

“When I was a child, the Palisades and the Hudson River were the edge of the world for me. The fall colors were a constant joy and painting them continues that joy. When I start a painting, I have no idea what it will look like when finished. The process is like taking an intellectual

Frederick J. Brown: Challenging the Norms of Portraiture

Frederick J. Brown’s 1987 series The Actress (A Drawing in Five Parts) and the related painting She Saw Him Crying comprise an exercise in portraiture, serial imagery, action capture, and expressive exploration.

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.