(Image credits (top to bottom): Anat Shiftan, Still Life with Fruit and Twigs in Shades of Yellow, 2020, courtesy the artist; Kathy Goodell, Voyager, 2020, courtesy the artist; Lewis Hine, Sadie Kelly, 11 years old, Peerless Oyster Co., 1911, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art; John Pfahl, Salt Pile with Bagels, South Buffalo, NY, 1976, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art; Ammi Phillips, Untitled, ca. 1848–1860, Gift of Shari Hubner, 2015.062)
• The Museum is currently closed.
We will re-open on February 6th, 2021.
Invitation to Collaborate!
Hudson Valley Performing Arts Lab: Visual and Performing Arts in Collaboration.
Fryderyk Chopin + Jan Sawka: Check out our online collaboration with the SUNY New Paltz Music Department and pianists around the globe.
We have recorded many of our recent virtual events:
Curator Talk with We Wear the Mask curator, Jean-Marc Superville Sovak
See more of our events on YouTube
The Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz Presents Exhibition "We Wear The Mask" on The Roundtable, WAMC
"Communications Village in the African-American Neighborhood of Ponckhokie" Harambee Radio, Radio Kingston
How Art Can Help Us Improve Our Communication Skills on the Academic Minute, WAMC.
Podcast on Jan Sawka at Kaatscast
See more of our exhibitions and recordings on YouTube
Virtually visit Hudson Valley Artists: New Folk!
Virtually visit the Jan Sawka exhibition!
Virtually visit the Dos Mundos exhibition!
Virtually visit the We Wear the Mask exhibition!
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American painter, printmaker, and sculptor Richard Anuszkiewicz (1930-2020) became a key figure of the art world during the 1960s and '70s for his significant contributions to the Op Art movement. (more)
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