The Brooklyn Museum has announced “Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall,” an exhibition featuring twenty-two contemporary LGBTQ+ artists whose work honors the fight for queer liberation in the years since the 1969 Stonewall Uprising – on view May 3 through December 8, 2019. [Read more…] about Art 50 Years After Stonewall Exhibit Opening in Brooklyn
The New York State Museum has announced the opening of the poster exhibition Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, detailing the national story of the struggle for black equality after the end of slavery and through the Jim Crow era.
In recognition of Black History Month, this poster exhibition created by the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library will be on view in the State Museum’s main lobby through April 28. In addition, artifacts from the State Museum’s African American history collection will also be on display through March 3. [Read more…] about NYS Museum Displaying Posters, Artifacts For Black History Month
The Thomas Cole National Historic Site has announced the new exhibit “Thomas Cole’s Refrain: The Paintings of Catskill Creek” will be on view from May 4th to November 3rd, 2019.
The exhibition tells the story of Cole’s discovery of Catskill Creek, with its Catskill Mountain background, and his ever deepening attachment to it over the course of eighteen years. [Read more…] about Catskill Creek: Exhibition Illuminates Hudson River School
A new exhibit “Tommy Brown: Upstate,” featuring pictures of people, farms, and landscapes of Central New York, is set to run from February 9th through April 7th, in the Museum of Art, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute. Brown will discuss his work during a gallery talk at 2 pm Sunday, March 10, 2019. [Read more…] about Tommy Brown’s Chenango, Madison County Photos Exhibition in Utica
The Schenectady County Historical Society has announced “A Dishonorable Trade: Human Trafficking in the Dutch Atlantic World,” a traveling exhibition opening to the public on Saturday, January 26 at 2 pm at the Mabee Farm Historic Site. [Read more…] about Lecture Series, Exhibition on Enslaved Peoples at Mabee Farm
The Schenectady County Historical Society has announced that Back in My Day: Childhood, Play, and Schenectady, an exhibition examining play and childhood in the 20th and 21st Centuries, is set to open on January 19th with an opening reception at 2 pm. The exhibit will run through November 16, 2019.
Susanna Fout, the SCHS Curator, was inspired to create the exhibit while examining SCHS’s many toys, dolls, and other childhood artifacts. [Read more…] about Childhood, Play, and Schenectady Exhibit Opening
The Hyde Collection has announced its exhibition lineup for 2019. The year begins with an exhibition chronicling the evolution of photography and a nation, then moves on to include works by an up-and-coming regional artist with a pure vision; one of the original Ashcan painters; women modernists; and great twentieth-century Modern masters. [Read more…] about Hyde Collection Unveils 2019 Exhibition Lineup
Schenectady County Historical Society has announced two new exhibitions, Back in my Day: Childhood, Play, and Schenectady, set to open Saturday, January 19th, and A Dishonorable Trade: Human Trafficking in the Dutch Atlantic World, opening on Saturday, January 26th. [Read more…] about New Major Exhibitions Opening In Schenectady in January
The Albany Institute of History & Art has had lively animal related art and decorative arts in the galleries this year and those popular exhibitions will close soon. A Menagerie of Whimsey: The Art of William B. Schade and Birds and Beasts: The Scary, Magical, and Adorable Animals of the Albany Institute will close on December 30, 2018. [Read more…] about Animal Themed Exhibits at Albany Institute Ending
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site has announced a new museum exhibit for 2019, “Theodore Roosevelt, A Man for the Modern World.” The exhibit will celebrate the presidency and legacy of Theodore Roosevelt. [Read more…] about New Theodore Roosevelt Exhibit At Sagamore Hill