Students looking at pieces of art in the Homespun exhibition

Upcoming Events:

Summer Family Day
Sunday, July 14, 12–4 pm
Join us for a special Family Day with fair vibes in conjunction with our exhibition, Global Connections. Enjoy drop-in making workshops led by multiple artists, food, music, and interactive museum activities for young people and their families!

Family Day is free, and attendees may join anytime during the event. Registration is encouraged here.


Wednesday – Sunday

11am – 5pm


The Dorsky will be closed

7/4 and 7/5


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Dahn Gim, Erin (from the series “Names I Had You Call Me”), 2018, leather covered muffler, Courtesy the artist


Mis/Communication: Language and Power in Contemporary Art

June 15 – November 3, 2024

Mis/Communication: Language and Power in Contemporary Art features video, sculpture, drawing, and interactive media artworks by contemporary artists who explore the power of language in a cultural context.

Featuring work by: Carmen Argote, Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, Jesse Chun, Jisoo Chung, Dahn Gim, Jennifer Chia-Ling Ho, dulce soledad ibarra, Jake Duczynski and Angelina Joshua, Gala Porras Kim, Christine Sun Kim and Thomas Mader, Benjamin Lundberg Torres Sánchez, Kim Schoen, Clarissa Tossin, and Han Yohan.

Global Connections: Miguel Covarrubias, Isami Doi, Aaron Douglas, and Winold Reiss

February 4 – July 21, 2024

By comparing the styles and biographies of four artists who crossed paths in New York during the 1920s, Global Connections traces the complicated channels of influence and inspiration within the often-overlooked multiculturalism of American art before the Second World War. 

This exhibition is made possible through support from the Terra Foundation for American Art.

Winold Reiss, The Painter -Watanabe, ca.1926, pastel on Whatman board, Courtesy the Reiss Partnership

Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (from the series Natural Wonder), 1990, Photograph, Gift of David A. Dorsky & Helaine Posner 

A Living Collection


This new display of the Museum’s collection tells the story of The Dorsky from a variety of perspectives, making space for traditionally marginalized voices. Exhibiting collection highlights and audience favorites alongside new acquisitions and commissions, A Living Collection presents the collection as a living entity, continuously evolving and shaped by the viewer's interpretation. 

A Museum Alive with Creativity!