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 Power of Gratitude

Thank you for supporting us through memberships, gifts, and partnerships, and joining us to work with our community, including us in your conversations, and sometimes just checking in.

Kimbel and Cabus Cabinet from the HRM Collection Travels to the Brooklyn Museum

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.

HRM Featured in The New York Times

Our entire team at HRM has been hard at work preparing for the season. It’s especially gratifying when that work is recognized by The New York Times!

Seeing What’s Always Been There

It is with this recognition that Black art and artists are overdue their rightful place in the arc of American art that the Hudson River Museum is proud to present African American Art in the 20th Century.

A Letter to Future Junior Docents

Junior Docent Program Alumna Gabriella DeJesus, Class of 2021, writes a heartfelt letter to potential and future Junior Docents.

HRM to Commemorate 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with Illumination of Glenview Historic Home as Part of Tribute in Light

In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the Hudson River Museum will illuminate the tower of Glenview historic home—the Museum’s 1877 Gilded Age home on the National Register of Historic Places—as an extension of Tribute in Light.

National Night Out 2021

Hudson River Museum took part in National Night Out 2021 alongside members of the Yonkers Police Department and more than a dozen other organizations.

Greater Than the Sum of Our Parts

Please note the Museum will be closed on Saturday, June 19, to recognize Juneteenth. We will reopen on Sunday, June 20, and hope you will join us for our Juneteenth and Father’s Day workshop, a day of artistic expression, celebration of family, and community building led by artist Kay Douglas.

Richard Haas, HRM Gala Honoree

On Friday, June 25, the Hudson River Museum will host Looking Up, Looking Forward: A Gala to Benefit the Hudson River Museum with a special outdoor evening event in our bucolic courtyard. Richard Haas is receiving this year’s Isidore Konti Medal, named in honor of one of the Museum’s illustrious founders.