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Mother and daughter at Convention DaysJuly 19-21

Seneca Falls, NY - Women's Rights National Historical Park invites visitors for Convention Days 2024, to be held in Seneca Falls, July 19-21. Convention Days, long a signature event in Seneca Falls, commemorates the anniversary of the 1848 women’s rights convention, where 300 women and men joined together in asserting that “all men and women are created equal.” …

George Eastman Museum logoRochester, N.Y. (February 29, 2024)—The George Eastman Museum continues its 75th anniversary celebration with the opening of the exhibition New Directions: Recent Acquisitions on Saturday, March 16 in the Project Gallery. New Directions features work acquired by the museum over the past five years, and showcases significant developments in photographic practice.

Throughout New Directions, the photographic image figures as a tool to fortify—but also unsettle—ideas about history and identity. Major themes in the exhibition examine the power of archives, digital image culture, the social structures of race and gender, and the landscape as a repository for history.

HRM Museum March Exhibitions and ProgramsYonkers, NY (February 29, 2024)—The Hudson River Museum is proud to present two new exhibitions opening in March: A Feast for the Eyes: Sumptuous Still Lifes opening Friday, March 8 and Meet Me at the River opening Friday, March 22.
 
Kick off Women’s History Month at Free First Fridays: Ballet, Bach, & Bold Women’s History on Friday, March 1, 5–8pm! Enjoy free admission and special programs, including a performance by Yonkers-based MorDance. This trailblazing, women-led ballet company is striving to advance accessibility, diversity, and creativity in ballet. The company will present Humanism, an immersive contemporary ballet inspired by Bach’s melodies and civil rights speeches.

NYSEDAlbany, N.Y. – The New York State Library announces its upcoming programming for March, including webinars and events related to history, genealogical services, and other interesting topics. The following upcoming free programming requires registration and is available in person or offered online, as indicated per each listing.

We Are NY‘Champions of Equality: New York Women and the Equal Rights Amendment’ on view in the Governor’s Reception Room Through March 29

Exhibit Available Online Here  

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the opening of “Champions of Equality: New York Women and the Equal Rights Amendment,” an exhibition celebrating Women’s History Month that’s on view in the Governor’s Reception Room on the New York State Capitol’s second floor.

Experience CortlandCortland, N.Y. – Experience Cortland is thrilled to announce She Shines, an event dedicated to celebrating women entrepreneurs in the Cortland County hospitality industry. This exciting gathering will take place on Thursday, March 7th from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Homer Hops Brewery.

She Shines promises an evening filled with inspiration, camaraderie, and the chance to support and discover the diverse talents of women in various industries, including retail, health and wellness, and local arts.

Preservation Long Island“Voices and Votes: Democracy in America” on View at the Preservation Long Island Exhibition Gallery in Cold Spring Harbor, New York

March 22, 2024 – May 3, 2024

Cold Spring Harbor, NY (February, 23, 2024) — “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America” presented by the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street, in cooperation with the Museum Association of New York (MANY), examines the nearly 250-year-old American experiment of a government “of, by and for the people,” and how each generation since continues to question how to form “a more perfect union.” Opening at the Preservation Long Island Exhibition Gallery in Cold Spring Harbor, New York on March 22, 2024, “Voices and Votes” will be on view through May 3, 2024. …

Clinton County Historical AssociationPlattsburgh, N.Y. – The Clinton County Historical Association (CCHA) invites the community to embark on a fascinating journey through time during their March series of events. Mark your calendars for an enriching exploration of local history, featuring captivating presentations, historical photographs, and engaging discussions.

Chinatown, New York - The Ginseng Store, 1988. Patricia D. Klingenstein Library, New-York Historical SocietyFree Live Online Conversation with Artist Kay WalkingStick to be Presented on International Women's Day

New York, N.Y. - Throughout Women’s History Month, the New-York Historical Society will showcase women’s stories through exhibitions, installations, and public programming.

On International Women’s Day, renowned Cherokee artist Kay WalkingStick and New-York Historical’s Chief Curator Wendy Nālani E. Ikemoto will be in conversation over a live, free Zoom discussing WalkingStick’s exhibition Kay WalkingStick / Hudson River School, on view at New-York Historical through April 14. Other exhibitions and displays on view throughout March include Women’s Work, an exhibition that demonstrates how “women’s work” defies categorization;

George Eastman Museum logoRochester, N.Y. (February 21, 2024) — The artistic works of the Flower City Arts Center’s Studio 678 Photo Club will once again adorn the walls of the George Eastman Museum this spring, as the museum’s newest Gallery Obscura exhibition opens on Saturday, March 2. These creative works by students of the 2023-24 club are inspired by the students’ vision of the world around them. Works from the Studio 678 Photo Club were featured in the inaugural exhibition in the museum’s new Gallery Obscura in the spring of 2023.

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