Exhibitions
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Ida Applebroog, Winnie’s Pooh, 1993, image courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth

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Public Programs & Events
News and Event Highlights

Saturday, September 23, 2 pm
Panel Discussion: Artists as Innovators curators Judith K. Brodsky and David C. Terry, along with catalog essayist Paddy Johnson and exhibiting artist Lori Nix on the history of the New York Foundation for the Arts 

Sunday, September 24, 2 pm
Family Day: Exhibition-inspired hands-on activities for children and their families  (Pre-register through this page.)

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  OCTOBER 18, 2017


Recent Press

Artists as Innovators at the Dorsky  (Roll Magazine)

The river runs through works of Dorsky Museum's 'Undercurrents'  (Poughkeepsie Journal)

The Hudson as Muse (HV1)

Andrew Lyght exhibits in Dubai (The National)

Carolee Schneemann Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement of the Biennale Arte 2017

 

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 Support for museum exhibitions and programs is provided by the Friends of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art and the State University of New York at New Paltz.
 
 
 
 
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Permanent Collection

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Unknown Australian Aboriginal, Three Crocodiles, c. 1950, paint and ochre on bark, gift of Allan Gerdau, 1962.004.008
 
"Three Crocodiles” is an Australian Aboriginal bark painting by an unknown artist from the Arnhem Land region in northern, tropical Australia. It is painted with natural earth pigments on bark from the “stringybark” tree. This seemingly simple painting of three crocodiles...(more)

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