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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!

Artist Jamel Robinson, HRM Gala Honoree

Today, we are highlighting Jamel Robinson. A painter, sculptor, writer, and performance artist based in Harlem, New York, Jamel’s artwork addresses the Black lived experience in America and his personal experience navigating life’s challenges.

The Bernacchia Family, HRM Gala Honoree

On Friday, June 17, the Hudson River Museum will host Expanding the View: A Gala to Benefit the Hudson River Museum. This is our most important fundraiser of the year, providing essential resources to the HRM and our community, and celebrating three outstanding honorees who have strengthened the community and the HRM through their vision,

Renew, Re-engage, Remember

We often equate spring with renewal, and with all that is happening at HRM, the association is fitting. Director and CEO Masha Turchinsky brings our attention to some important dates and exciting upcoming events.

Pedro Betanzos, New Manager of Youth and Family Programs

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