Hudson River Museum

Hudson River Museum The museum is open to the public. Explore American art from 19th c–today and our virtual Planetarium and Art programs. #BorderCantos #HRMVirtualTravel
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The Hudson River Museum is the largest cultural institution in Westchester County and a multidisciplinary complex that draws its identity from its site on the banks of the Hudson River, seeking to broaden the cultural horizons of all its visitors. The Museum collections focus on 19th-century through contemporary American Art; Glenview, an 1876 house on the National Register of Historic Places; Hud

The Hudson River Museum is the largest cultural institution in Westchester County and a multidisciplinary complex that draws its identity from its site on the banks of the Hudson River, seeking to broaden the cultural horizons of all its visitors. The Museum collections focus on 19th-century through contemporary American Art; Glenview, an 1876 house on the National Register of Historic Places; Hud

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Come experience the inspiring sound of The New Way on Friday, July 16 at 8pm in the #HRMAmphitheater! The four core band...
07/14/2021

Come experience the inspiring sound of The New Way on Friday, July 16 at 8pm in the #HRMAmphitheater! The four core band members of The New Way all reside in Westchester and have been performing together since 2017, most recently as the house band at Power Lab, since meeting at Westchester Community College in the performing arts program.

They play a range of covers as well as original music, with Joshua Bayonne on vocals and keys, Benjamin Martinez on guitar, Tyler Morgan on saxophone, and James Langley on drum pads and vocals. Their music genres are predominantly R&B, jazz, rap, and occasional Latin- and Caribbean-influenced sounds. Their goal as entertainers is to inspire and to be inspired, building, growing, and expanding networks that will last a lifetime, with their creativity leaving an imprint on this world.

Doors open at 7:30pm. No reservations required. Capacity is currently capped at 150 attendees per performance; seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Free parking is available.

This program is part of our free 2021 Summer Amphitheater Series. Learn more about the free series at:

http://www.hrm.org/amphitheater

#HRMAfterDark #HudsonRiverMuseum #Yonkers

Come experience the inspiring sound of The New Way on Friday, July 16 at 8pm in the #HRMAmphitheater! The four core band members of The New Way all reside in Westchester and have been performing together since 2017, most recently as the house band at Power Lab, since meeting at Westchester Community College in the performing arts program.

They play a range of covers as well as original music, with Joshua Bayonne on vocals and keys, Benjamin Martinez on guitar, Tyler Morgan on saxophone, and James Langley on drum pads and vocals. Their music genres are predominantly R&B, jazz, rap, and occasional Latin- and Caribbean-influenced sounds. Their goal as entertainers is to inspire and to be inspired, building, growing, and expanding networks that will last a lifetime, with their creativity leaving an imprint on this world.

Doors open at 7:30pm. No reservations required. Capacity is currently capped at 150 attendees per performance; seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Free parking is available.

This program is part of our free 2021 Summer Amphitheater Series. Learn more about the free series at:

http://www.hrm.org/amphitheater

#HRMAfterDark #HudsonRiverMuseum #Yonkers

Jack Stuppin (American, b. 1933), renowned for vibrant landscape paintings of Northern California, was born and raised i...
07/13/2021

Jack Stuppin (American, b. 1933), renowned for vibrant landscape paintings of Northern California, was born and raised in Yonkers and returns again and again to reconnect with the formative Hudson Valley scenery of his youth. The exhibition “Jack Stuppin: The Beginning of My World” highlights nine oil paintings, ranging from 2008 to 2020, from an ongoing series the artist has called his “homage to the Hudson River School.” In works like Olana Trail, 2020 and Kaaterskill Falls, 2009, he celebrates his New York roots with the scenic, mountainous terrain first made famous by Hudson River School painters Thomas Cole and Frederic Church. His work is an expression of life through color, shape, line and form, as well as a plea to understand, respect, and protect the insistence of nature.

Image 1) Olana Trail, 2020 (detail)
Image 2) Kaaterskill Falls, 2009 (detail)
Oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist.
#JackStuppin #kaaterskillfalls #Olana #HudsonValley #NewYork #Yonkers #landscape #nature #onview

Welcome back to the refurbished Planetarium with a free show! Join us on Friday, July 16 at 6pm for We Are Stars, a 26-m...
07/13/2021

Welcome back to the refurbished Planetarium with a free show! Join us on Friday, July 16 at 6pm for We Are Stars, a 26-minute show recommended for ages 8+, followed by live Q&A with science educators. Each Friday through August 27, enjoy a free planetarium show at 6pm, offered during free summer evening hours.

Join the Time Master, narrated by Andy Serkis (Gollum in “The Lord of the Rings”), on an adventure through 13.8-billion years of time and space.

Capacity is currently limited to 60 seats per show (50%). Masks are required in the Planetarium until further notice. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged.

Make your reservations here:

https://hudsonriver.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F5G00000L5Y36UAF

#HRMPlanetarium

Welcome back to the refurbished Planetarium with a free show! Join us on Friday, July 16 at 6pm for We Are Stars, a 26-minute show recommended for ages 8+, followed by live Q&A with science educators. Each Friday through August 27, enjoy a free planetarium show at 6pm, offered during free summer evening hours.

Join the Time Master, narrated by Andy Serkis (Gollum in “The Lord of the Rings”), on an adventure through 13.8-billion years of time and space.

Capacity is currently limited to 60 seats per show (50%). Masks are required in the Planetarium until further notice. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged.

Make your reservations here:

https://hudsonriver.secure.force.com/ticket/#/instances/a0F5G00000L5Y36UAF

#HRMPlanetarium

"Each time I tried to choose a favorite, another one popped into my awareness and I had to change my mind. It sure was d...
07/11/2021

"Each time I tried to choose a favorite, another one popped into my awareness and I had to change my mind. It sure was difficult! But I settled on this one.

I love that moment where the sun is so close to the horizon that it’s blinding and illuminating at the same time - almost otherworldly. I love the way you cannot tell whether that indigo strip is a road or a body of water. And I love the play of colors, that fabulous orange against the indigo against that delicious green. The friend I was with said, 'choose the one that you would most like to have on your wall.' So this one was it.

...Thank you for this fabulous exhibit. It really was uplifting. I have been fortunate to travel all over the country myself and it brought back so many moments of beauty. [Artist Cynthia] Daignault captures it all so vividly, and makes the mundane stunning."
-Betsy Kates

Thank you, Betsy, for sharing your favorite painting among the 360 in artist Cynthia_Daignault's immersive installation, which is currently on view in Landscape Art and Virtual Travel. Share your own photo of the one that resonates most with you and tag us @hudsonrivermuseum or email it to [email protected]. You could win a copy of the catalog for "Light Atlas," a $55 value.

#HRMVirtualTravel #LightAtlas #CynthiaDaignault #360detail

"Each time I tried to choose a favorite, another one popped into my awareness and I had to change my mind. It sure was difficult! But I settled on this one.

I love that moment where the sun is so close to the horizon that it’s blinding and illuminating at the same time - almost otherworldly. I love the way you cannot tell whether that indigo strip is a road or a body of water. And I love the play of colors, that fabulous orange against the indigo against that delicious green. The friend I was with said, 'choose the one that you would most like to have on your wall.' So this one was it.

...Thank you for this fabulous exhibit. It really was uplifting. I have been fortunate to travel all over the country myself and it brought back so many moments of beauty. [Artist Cynthia] Daignault captures it all so vividly, and makes the mundane stunning."
-Betsy Kates

Thank you, Betsy, for sharing your favorite painting among the 360 in artist Cynthia_Daignault's immersive installation, which is currently on view in Landscape Art and Virtual Travel. Share your own photo of the one that resonates most with you and tag us @hudsonrivermuseum or email it to [email protected]. You could win a copy of the catalog for "Light Atlas," a $55 value.

#HRMVirtualTravel #LightAtlas #CynthiaDaignault #360detail

TODAY from 1-4pm: Learn the basics of sewing during our first Community Sewing Circle with the Village Squares Quilters ...
07/10/2021

TODAY from 1-4pm: Learn the basics of sewing during our first Community Sewing Circle with the Village Squares Quilters Guild. VSQ members will teach you how to select fabric, stitch together small blocks, and create a quilt that will be donated to Furnitureshare House, a non-profit organization that collects and distributes furniture to families transitioning into permanent housing.

Free with general admission. Learn more at http://www.hrm.org

#HRMWallPower

TODAY from 1-4pm: Learn the basics of sewing during our first Community Sewing Circle with the Village Squares Quilters Guild. VSQ members will teach you how to select fabric, stitch together small blocks, and create a quilt that will be donated to Furnitureshare House, a non-profit organization that collects and distributes furniture to families transitioning into permanent housing.

Free with general admission. Learn more at http://www.hrm.org

#HRMWallPower

NYC-ARTS selected our new exhibition "Richard Haas: Circles in Space" as a #Top5 pick for this week! Don't miss this new...
07/09/2021

NYC-ARTS selected our new exhibition "Richard Haas: Circles in Space" as a #Top5 pick for this week!

Don't miss this new, celestial-inspired body of work by celebrated artist Richard Haas in this new series of paintings and drawings where he explores intersections between abstraction, color theory, and the geometry of the universe.

http://ow.ly/OA1X50FsJo3

#HRMRichardHaas
#CirclesinSpace
#CosmicArt
#CelestialArt
#NYCArts

NYC-ARTS selected our new exhibition "Richard Haas: Circles in Space" as a #Top5 pick for this week!

Don't miss this new, celestial-inspired body of work by celebrated artist Richard Haas in this new series of paintings and drawings where he explores intersections between abstraction, color theory, and the geometry of the universe.

http://ow.ly/OA1X50FsJo3

#HRMRichardHaas
#CirclesinSpace
#CosmicArt
#CelestialArt
#NYCArts

Do you love to sew or would you like to learn? HRM is thrilled to kick off a series of programs with Village Squares Qui...
07/08/2021

Do you love to sew or would you like to learn? HRM is thrilled to kick off a series of programs with Village Squares Quilters Guild starting Saturday, July 10 that will celebrate quilts and community.

On six Saturday afternoons, VSQ members will be on site to provide basic instruction on how to select fabric, stitch together small blocks, and create a quilt that will be donated to Furniture Share House, a non-profit organization that collects and distributes furniture to families transitioning into permanent housing. A family in need will have the opportunity to go to their warehouse and select the original community quilt, among other furnishings, for their new home.

We invite people at all quilting levels to come together and join in this creative process, learn a few basic sewing skills, and create the gift of a work of art. Recommended ages 12+. Free with general admission.

Program Schedule:
Saturday, July 10, 1–4pm
Saturday, July 24, 1–4pm
Saturday, August 7, 1–4pm
Saturday, August 21, 1–4pm
Saturday, September 4, 1–4pm
Saturday, September 18, 1–4pm

This program series was developed in collaboration with the Village Squares Quilters.

#HRMWallPower

Do you love to sew or would you like to learn? HRM is thrilled to kick off a series of programs with Village Squares Quilters Guild starting Saturday, July 10 that will celebrate quilts and community.

On six Saturday afternoons, VSQ members will be on site to provide basic instruction on how to select fabric, stitch together small blocks, and create a quilt that will be donated to Furniture Share House, a non-profit organization that collects and distributes furniture to families transitioning into permanent housing. A family in need will have the opportunity to go to their warehouse and select the original community quilt, among other furnishings, for their new home.

We invite people at all quilting levels to come together and join in this creative process, learn a few basic sewing skills, and create the gift of a work of art. Recommended ages 12+. Free with general admission.

Program Schedule:
Saturday, July 10, 1–4pm
Saturday, July 24, 1–4pm
Saturday, August 7, 1–4pm
Saturday, August 21, 1–4pm
Saturday, September 4, 1–4pm
Saturday, September 18, 1–4pm

This program series was developed in collaboration with the Village Squares Quilters.

#HRMWallPower

We are thrilled to announce that the #HRMPlanetarium will be opening to the public on Friday, July 16, after being close...
07/07/2021

We are thrilled to announce that the #HRMPlanetarium will be opening to the public on Friday, July 16, after being closed for 15 months!

We can’t wait to welcome you back under the dome to once again experience the mysteries of the moon, the search for life beyond Earth, and the stories that shape our stars. Plus, the planetarium now has all new seats and new carpeting, made possible by dedicated funds from New York State Council on the Arts and the The City of Yonkers through a Community Development Block Grant.

Summer schedule:
Fridays, 6pm—FREE planetarium show each Friday, July 16–August 28, 2021, with a new show offered each week. Made possible by Entergy.

Saturdays & Sundays, 12:30pm and 2pm—Two ticketed shows per day on weekends, featuring favorites like One World, One Sky; Legends of the Night Sky; Earth Moon and Sun; and, of course The Sky Tonight!

Capacity is currently limited to 60 seats per show (50%) and masks will be required in the planetarium until further notice; advance tickets are strongly encouraged. Purchase tickets here: http://ow.ly/8AZJ50Fr84T

#Planetarium
#Space
#Astronomy

Photo by Todd Vorenkamp/TRVphoto.com

We are thrilled to announce that the #HRMPlanetarium will be opening to the public on Friday, July 16, after being closed for 15 months!

We can’t wait to welcome you back under the dome to once again experience the mysteries of the moon, the search for life beyond Earth, and the stories that shape our stars. Plus, the planetarium now has all new seats and new carpeting, made possible by dedicated funds from New York State Council on the Arts and the The City of Yonkers through a Community Development Block Grant.

Summer schedule:
Fridays, 6pm—FREE planetarium show each Friday, July 16–August 28, 2021, with a new show offered each week. Made possible by Entergy.

Saturdays & Sundays, 12:30pm and 2pm—Two ticketed shows per day on weekends, featuring favorites like One World, One Sky; Legends of the Night Sky; Earth Moon and Sun; and, of course The Sky Tonight!

Capacity is currently limited to 60 seats per show (50%) and masks will be required in the planetarium until further notice; advance tickets are strongly encouraged. Purchase tickets here: http://ow.ly/8AZJ50Fr84T

#Planetarium
#Space
#Astronomy

Photo by Todd Vorenkamp/TRVphoto.com

Don't miss the chance to see stunning birds of prey up close during Skyhunters in Flight! Join us on Saturday, July 10 i...
07/07/2021

Don't miss the chance to see stunning birds of prey up close during Skyhunters in Flight! Join us on Saturday, July 10 in the #HRMAmphitheater as twilight turns into night, and watch trained birds of prey fly above you as master falconer Brian Bradley demonstrates their special powers.

See live owls, hawks, and falcons from around the world, and learn how these beautiful birds play an important role in our environment at the top of the food chain. Discover their amazing adaptations for survival in the wild, and hear about the ancient sport of falconry and its training techniques. See these trained athletes in action in an exciting, informative program for all ages.

Doors open at 7:30pm. No reservations are required. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, and we retain the right to limit capacity following NYS and CDC guidelines.

Sponsored by John and Barbara Eager.

This program is part of the 2021 Summer Amphitheater Series.

Learn more about the free series at:

http://www.hrm.org/amphitheater

#HRMAmphitheater #HRMAfterDark

Don't miss the chance to see stunning birds of prey up close during Skyhunters in Flight! Join us on Saturday, July 10 in the #HRMAmphitheater as twilight turns into night, and watch trained birds of prey fly above you as master falconer Brian Bradley demonstrates their special powers.

See live owls, hawks, and falcons from around the world, and learn how these beautiful birds play an important role in our environment at the top of the food chain. Discover their amazing adaptations for survival in the wild, and hear about the ancient sport of falconry and its training techniques. See these trained athletes in action in an exciting, informative program for all ages.

Doors open at 7:30pm. No reservations are required. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis, and we retain the right to limit capacity following NYS and CDC guidelines.

Sponsored by John and Barbara Eager.

This program is part of the 2021 Summer Amphitheater Series.

Learn more about the free series at:

http://www.hrm.org/amphitheater

#HRMAmphitheater #HRMAfterDark

Laura Vookles, Chair, Curatorial Department, discusses #WallPower exhibition in a recent article in RivertownsEnterprise...
07/06/2021

Laura Vookles, Chair, Curatorial Department, discusses #WallPower exhibition in a recent article in RivertownsEnterprise:

"'Wall Power!’ was the title chosen by the American Folk Art Museum to highlight the fact that these works of artistic design can hold the wall, much as a painting would. In fact, the exhibit is meant to make the viewer appreciate these quilts as the works of art they are—as opposed to just falling under the label of ‘Arts & Crafts’—and the people who made them, mostly women, as artists.”

Read the article here:
http://ow.ly/xG8550Fqg2J

This exhibition was organized by the American Folk Art Museum York, and supported in part by the Bresler Foundation, the David Davies and Jack Weeden Fund for Exhibitions, and the Council for Traditional Folk Art.

At the HRM, the exhibition is generously sponsored by The Coby Foundation, Ltd.

Image: Artist unidentified. Possibly Tennessee. Lozenge Quilt, 1930s. Cotton, 79 ¾ × 77 ½ inches. American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Karen and Werner Gundersheimer, 2018.2.1. Photo by Gavin Ashworth.

#HRMWallPower
#Quilting #Quilts
#TheCobyFoundation

Laura Vookles, Chair, Curatorial Department, discusses #WallPower exhibition in a recent article in RivertownsEnterprise:

"'Wall Power!’ was the title chosen by the American Folk Art Museum to highlight the fact that these works of artistic design can hold the wall, much as a painting would. In fact, the exhibit is meant to make the viewer appreciate these quilts as the works of art they are—as opposed to just falling under the label of ‘Arts & Crafts’—and the people who made them, mostly women, as artists.”

Read the article here:
http://ow.ly/xG8550Fqg2J

This exhibition was organized by the American Folk Art Museum York, and supported in part by the Bresler Foundation, the David Davies and Jack Weeden Fund for Exhibitions, and the Council for Traditional Folk Art.

At the HRM, the exhibition is generously sponsored by The Coby Foundation, Ltd.

Image: Artist unidentified. Possibly Tennessee. Lozenge Quilt, 1930s. Cotton, 79 ¾ × 77 ½ inches. American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Karen and Werner Gundersheimer, 2018.2.1. Photo by Gavin Ashworth.

#HRMWallPower
#Quilting #Quilts
#TheCobyFoundation

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511 Warburton Ave
Yonkers, NY
10701

The Hudson River Museum is accessible by Metro North, Yonkers or Glenview Stations, by Beeline Bus Route 1 (Warburton Avenue at Shonnard Terrace), by car, via the Saw Mill River Parkway. Make your visit a one-day Getaway, and get a combined rail and admission discount ticket with Metro-North Deals and Getaways.

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