Spring exhibitions open on February 5th!

Mary Frank: The Observing Heart

February 5 – July 17, 2022

This retrospective presents Mary Frank’s powerful artwork from over six decades, which has always centered on the twin themes of social justice and the preservation of the natural world.

Learn about Mary Frank and the exhibition: https://www.newpaltz.edu/museum/exhibitions/mary-frank/huge white bird taking as horizon, dark orange sky

Somewhere in Advance of Nowhere: Freedom Dreams in Contemporary Art

February 5 – April 10, 2022

This exhibition lauds the vital role of artists in dismanting broken systems, envisioning new shared realities, and building future alternatives.

Hand breaking through the ground with flowers and bricks

The Dorsky at 20:

Reflections at a Milestone (Part II)

February 5 – July 17, 2022

Part II of The Dorsky Museum’s 20th anniversary exhibition recounts the history of the Dorsky Museum and celebrates its new strengths by featuring recent donations and promised gifts to the Museum’s permanent collection.

Follies and Picturesque Tourism

February 5 – March 11, 2022

This exhibition examines follies—buildings such as temples, summerhouses, prospect towers, and ruins created to ornamented the landscape—and picturesque tourism in New York State through prints, paintings, postcards, photographs, book publications, and ephemera, to understand the tourist experience of the time.

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