New Exhibits in New York State
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Jane Deyo Wynkoop was one of the first African Americans to purchase land in New Paltz, New York. Born to an enslaved woman in this rural Ulster County community, she had a remarkable story. [Read more…] about Early Black New Paltz Landowner Jane Wynkoop Exhibit Opens Saturday
The earliest portion of the exhibit covers candle sticks (1650s–1880s); grease lamps (1600s), whale oil lamps (late 1700s–mid-1800s), plus burning fluid and lard lamps. Along with three display cases of lamps, there are two cases of accessories which include an early tinderbox, strike-anywhere-matches, spill plane, candle snuffers, match holders, miniature lamps, wick trimmers, lamp chimneys, lamp burners, containers for filling lamps with fuel, lamp doilies, and a photographer’s lantern used to retouch glass negatives. [Read more…] about History of Early Lighting Exhibit in Canton
View, the Center for Arts and Culture in Old Forge, has announced a watercolor show featuring artists of the Central New York Watercolor Society, on display from July 24th through September 19th, 2021. [Read more…] about Central NY Watercolor Society Show Opens In Old Forge Saturday
Historic Saranac Lake has opened a new exhibit titled, “Pandemic Perspectives,” featuring twelve panels placed throughout the museum inviting visitors to explore connections between their personal experience during the current pandemic and Saranac Lake’s history as a community that welcomed people suffering from infectious disease.
The Adirondack Experience (ADKX) is set to reopen to the public with “From Wilderness to Warfront: The Adirondacks and World War II,” a new exhibition focused on the contributions of Adirondack people to America’s World War Two effort. [Read more…] about Adirondacks Role in WWII Subject of New Exhibit at ADKX
The traveling exhibition, “Art of the Vote,” will be on display at View, the Center for Arts and Culture in Old Forge, NY, starting on June 26th and running through July 18th. [Read more…] about ‘Art of the Vote’ Exhibition Opening in Old Forge Saturday
The Adirondack Center for Writing and Federal Correctional Institute Ray Brook have announced a new exhibit of pieces created by incarcerated artists. This 25-piece exhibit features paintings and some pottery, all inspired by classic Adirondack landscapes and figures. [Read more…] about Art Exhibit by Incarcerated Artists at John Brown Farm
The Albany Institute of History & Art has announced “Romancing the Rails: Train Travel in the 1920s and 1930s,” a new exhibition featuring objects and library materials from the Albany Institute’s New York Central Railroad collection. [Read more…] about NY Central Railroad Highlighted In New Albany Exhibit