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Historic Huguenot StreetNew Paltz, NY (July 14, 2020) – Historic Huguenot Street is pleased to present a five-week virtual Lunaape language workshop hosted by Lunaape language teacher Karen Mosko. The general public still has the opportunity to participate in three of the five opportunities, which began on July 1 and are scheduled to occur every Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 8:30 PM throughout the month of July.

Karen Mosko is from Nalahii (Munsee-Delaware Nation), Ontario, Canada. She has been learning Lunaape since 2004 and teaching predominantly unfunded Lunaape language classes in various locations since 2005. Her goal is to revitalize what the government considers a dead language.

washington headquartersNewburgh, NY (July 14, 2020) – Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site will be opening its buildings to the public again.  

Since the onset of Covid-19 guidelines that restrict access to public interior spaces, the magnificent grounds, and “Around the Grounds,” a self-guided outdoor tour of the Site, have been the only offerings.  

Starting July 8th, both the Museum, which features over 1,300 objects from the collection, and the historic Hasbrouck House, where the General made his headquarters for 16 ½ months at the end of the Revolutionary War, will be open for visitors on a limited basis:…

Derrick Adams, Diverse Concert ArtistsFree Summer Amphitheater Series begins on August 1

Yonkers, NY — The Hudson River Museum is excited to announce that we will reopen to the public on Saturday, July 25, with special Members preview days on July 23 and 24. Visitors will be able to experience the special exhibitions currently on view: Derrick Adams: Buoyant and Adams’We Came to Party and PlanCollection Spotlight: Derrick Adams SelectsSelf in the City: Highlights from the Collections of the HRM and Art Bridges; and Frances Hynes: Constellations, as well as the permanent installation The Bookstore by Red Grooms. The Museum Courtyard will be open, and visitors are invited to enjoy the lawn by bringing their own mat or blanket.

Hudson River Museum - Best WestchesterYonkers, NY (July 10) — For the third year in a row, the Hudson River Museum proudly announces that it has been selected as a top Readers’ Pick in Westchester Magazine’s Best of Westchester 2020. For the second year in a row, our Gilded Age home Glenview was again voted Best Historic Site. And for the first time, the Museum’s HRM After Dark has been named Best Nonprofit Event in the Fun & Leisure category. The 20th annual Best of Westchester celebrates 111 Editors’ and 261 Readers’ Picks, the latter resulting from more than 38,000 ballots submitted from December to January.

Staatsburgh State Historic Site“What You See….and What You Don’t See”

Staatsburg, N.Y. (7/6/20) — This summer, Staatsburgh State Historic Site will give free guided landscape tours on the Gilded Age estate’s beautiful grounds overlooking the Hudson River.  The tour, entitled “What You See… and What You Don’t See,” will be offered Thursday, Saturdays, and Sundays. Reservations are required. To make reservations, visit www.Staatsburgh.Eventbrite.com  

In 1895, Staatsburgh’s landscape architect designed a glorious setting that showcased the good life in the Gilded Age, while deliberately using landscape elements to hide the technology and labor that made a turn-of-the-century estate run. Using historic photos of the grounds, the tour will show what visitors would have seen 100+ years ago, but also “step behind the curtain” to reveal what was hidden from them.

Bronzeville at Night, 1949See press images here

Yonkers, N.Y. – The Hudson River Museum presents an eclectic selection of programs and exhibitions in July.

Unless otherwise noted, all programs are free.

The Hudson River Museum is actively working on plans to reopen this summer in compliance with CDC and New York State phased guidelines. We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Museum as soon as it’s safe to do so. Updates will be posted on our website at hrm.org/visit and on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter.

DERRICK ADAMS: BUOYANT and WE CAME TO PARTY AND PLANRelated programs at Hudson River Museum celebrate Black life and culture, including discussion with authors and curators, art workshops, and more.
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Yonkers, NY, June 29, 2020—Hudson River Museum is delighted to announce that the groundbreaking exhibition, Derrick Adams: Buoyant will be extended through August 23, 2020. This is the first museum exhibition of Adams’ Floaters series, a collection of vividly painted portraits depicting Black people in various states of rest and play, buoyantly floating on calm waters. Adam’s site-specific installation We Came to Party and Plan—a newly created body of work that invites the viewer into a party atmosphere full of complexity—has been extended through October 18, 2020. …

Storm King Art Center 60Featuring new outdoor presentations by Kiki Smith and Martha Tuttle

Mountainville, NY (June 26, 2020) – Storm King Art Center is pleased to announce that it anticipates opening its 2020 season as an outdoor-only experience in a limited capacity beginning Wednesday July 15 for the public. The Art Center will open to Storm King Members for a special earlyaccess Member Week from July 8-13.

washington headquartersNewburgh, NY (June 25, 2020) – Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site in Newburgh will begin an extensive Pathway Improvement Project in July, 2020.  Being the first publicly owned historic site in the Nation, the Pathway Project will be respectful of the site’s history, while enhancing public access to the grounds and the Site’s significant historic features. …