Lily van der Stokker’s mural “Thank You Darling” has been installed on a wall adjacent to the High Line at 22nd Street in Manhattan. The Dutch artist’s new work on the High Line offers the public an intimate expression of gratitude in her well-honed visual language at a bold, broad scale. [Read more…] about Lily van der Stokker’s High Line Mural
New Exhibits in New York State
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The Castello Plan, a map depicting New Amsterdam at the peak of its settlement circa 1660, just before the English took control, provides a remarkable, rare glimpse of everyday life in New Amsterdam, revealing a small but complex city at the southern tip of the island then known as Mannahatta. [Read more…] about New York Before New York: The Castello Plan of New Amsterdam
African American history is New York State history. This year a special exhibition, “The Moral Arc Toward Freedom: Lincoln, King, and the Emancipation Proclamation,” is the centerpiece of the New York State Museum’s observance of Black History Month. [Read more…] about February is Black History Month
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the Brooklyn Museum — one of the oldest museums in the United States. Starting in fall 2024, the Museum will celebrate its legacy.
Tracing its origins to 1824, when it was incorporated as Brooklyn‘s first free circulating library, the Museum’s mission is building community, knowledge, and opportunity through art and culture. [Read more…] about Brooklyn Museum 200th Anniversary Celebration
Utica‘s Saturday Globe redefined the traditional newspaper and expanded regional journalism through innovative color printing and distribution methods. Printed locally in Utica from 1881 to 1924, the Globe shipped 40 different editions to US cities and every corner of the world. [Read more…] about Utica’s Saturday Globe: National News in Color
The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, NY, will start the new year with three exhibitions opening in January 2024. On Saturday, January 20, visitors can explore the first exhibition of the 2024 season, Venetian Vistas (January 20 – April 21, 2024); Paul Anthony Smith: Passage (January 27 – June 2, 2024) and Decorating in Style: Furniture from the Permanent Collection (January 27 – April 21, 2024) both open the following Saturday, January 27. [Read more…] about The Hyde’s Winter Exhibitions Announced
The Oneida County History Center in Utica has opened major nutcracker exhibit, through January 21, 2024. The nutcracker display at Tiny’s Grill in Utica had been a holiday tradition for over thirty years. [Read more…] about A Not So Tiny Nutcracker Exhibit at the History Center in Utica
Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) was one of his era’s most well-known sportsmen and naturalists. With seemingly limitless energy, he enthusiastically participated in, wrote about and fought for traditional sporting pastimes and the conservation of the spaces they needed for their survival.
Roosevelt and his like-minded allies were big game hunters who paradoxically worked to preserve threatened animal species and their habitats. [Read more…] about Theodore Roosevelt’s Sporting Literature Campaigns
The Museum at Eldridge Street in New York City is presenting a new exhibition featuring works by artist Adrienne Ottenberg. The opening on Sunday, December 3, at 3 pm will feature an informal talk with the artist. [Read more…] about Lower East Side: Twenty-Eight Remarkable Women and One Scoundrel
The Historical Society of Moreau and South Glens Falls in Saratoga County, NY, has opened its annual exhibition of nativity sets from around the globe. This year’s exhibition, “Forging Christmas: Nativities of Substance” will take a slightly different slant. [Read more…] about Parks-Bentley Annual Nativity Exhibition Now open