In the News

HRM Celebrates Yonkers Arts Weekend 2024

Last Saturday, the Hudson River Museum welcomed more than 540 visitors to the HRM for Yonkers Arts Weekend! Throughout the day guests explored our exhibitions, went on free tours of our historic home, Glenview, enjoyed a bubble extravaganza and lawn games in the courtyard, listened to jazz in the galleries by Westchester Center for Jazz

Hudson River Museum Elects James McElhinney to its Board of Trustees

We are excited to announce the election of James McElhinney to our Board of Trustees, effective May 1, 2024. James McElhinney is a visual artist, published author, and educator. Inspired by historical expeditionary artists and naturalists, his artworks explore American rivers such as the Hudson, Schuylkill, and Rio Grande, with new projects focused on other

Shilpi Chandra Joins the HRM as Assistant Curator

The Hudson River Museum is excited to announce that Shilpi Chandra has been appointed Assistant Curator.

News 12 Covers Free First Fridays Featuring MorDance

News 12 recently visited the Hudson River Museum for Free First Fridays: Ballet, Bach, & Bold Women’s History on Friday, March 1, 2024, to cover the dynamic performance by Yonkers-based MorDance, a trailblazing, women-led ballet company striving to advance accessibility, diversity, and creativity in ballet.

2024 Lunar New Year Celebration at the HRM

On February 17, 2024, we were thrilled to celebrate the Year of the Dragon at our Lunar New Year Festival with over 700 visitors!

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.

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.

Welcome, Karintha Lowe, Mellon Public Humanities Fellow

The Hudson River Museum is thrilled to share that Karintha Lowe, PhD, American Studies program at Harvard University, will serve as the Mellon Public Humanities Fellow at Sarah Lawrence College and the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, NY.

Leonardo Illianov De La Cruz, HRM Gala Honoree

Leonardo Ilianov De La Cruz played an active part of the genesis of the HRM Contemporaries Council and was an important leader of many HRM programs, including drawing workshops and most recently the Corner Store Community art workshop, presented in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Eugene M. Lang Foundation, Isidore Konti Medal of Distinction

The Eugene M. Lang Foundation is a private family foundation that seeks to effect change in the areas of arts and culture, education, health and human services, and justice.