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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Significant Nineteenth-Century Paintings by Fitz Henry Lane and Severin Roesen Gifted to HRM

Hudson River Museum is thrilled to announce the gift of two exquisite paintings: Gloucester, Stage Fort Beach, 1849, by Fitz Henry Lane; and Fruit with Water Glass, ca. 1850–70, by Severin Roesen; both works were generously donated to the HRM’s collection by Shelley and Felice Bergman.

Connecting the Local to the Global: HRM Welcomes United States Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield

In a sign of flourishing relevance, and a mere week after a visit from the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the Hudson River Museum was proud to welcome another prominent global figure through its doors. On Sunday, December 5, US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield made a dedicated visit to the HRM to view the exhibitions and

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.

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

The New York–based firm of Kimbel & Cabus, which led the way in Modern Gothic furniture design through the second half of the nineteenth century, is well represented in the…

Border Cantos | Sonic Border Recursos Comunitarios

Como parte de, Border Cantos | Sonic Border, nos complace compartir esta página de recursos y organizaciones comunitarias.