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Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art (2001)

The building's two wings, which are joined by a commond corridor, comprise more than 9,000 square feet of exhibition and teaching space. The East Wing includes four galleries (Morgan Anderson Gallery, Howard Greenberg Family Gallery, Sara Bedrick Gallery, Corridor Gallery), as well as research and seminar rooms. The West Wing includes two galleries (Alice and Horace Chandler Gallery, North Gallery). The SDMA is one of the largest art museums in the SUNY system. In addition to providing outstanding instruction space for students and Hudson Valley school children, the SDMA allows New Paltz community members to regularly display their artwork. Ther permanent collection includes more than 5,000 works of art representing diverse world cultures. The museum is named for and honors Samuel Dorsky, a philanthropist and patron of the arts.

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