New Paltz, NY – The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz will present the final two exhibitions in its six-month “Art and the River” series, the college’s contribution to the Hudson River Quadricentennial, beginning next month.
“The Hudson River: A Great American Treasure” by Greg Miller and “Inscription” by Philippine Hoegen and Carolien Stikker will open Sept. 19 and run through Nov. 29. An opening reception will be held for both shows from to on Saturday, Sept. 19.
“Visitors can expect to see striking visual images that portray the
For “Inscription,” the
Running concurrently with these exhibitions are “The Hudson River to
Among Art & The River’s extensive Hudson-related educational programs, The Dorsky Museum is sponsoring an academic symposium organized by New Paltz Art History professor Dr. Kerry Dean Carso. The event, “Revisiting the
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