Public Programs and Events

 
Curator Anna Conlan leads a tour of Life After the Revolution: Kate Millett's Art Colony for Women

 

Fall 2022 public programs

Events are held at The Dorsky Museum, unless otherwise noted.


NOVEMBER

Saturday, November 19 • 2 pm
Panel Discussion: Black Community Building in New Paltz and Kingston
In conjunction with Benjamin Wigfall & Communications Village, join panelists Esi M. Lewis, Esq., Founder of the Dr. Margaret Wade-Lewis Black History Research and Cultural Center in New Paltz, Anthony Dandridge, Visiting Lecturer in Black Studies at SUNY New Paltz, and Tyrone Wilson, Founder, Harambee Kingston, and Ulster County Commissioner of Human Rights, for a conversation on community building through their work.

 

DECEMBER

Friday, December 2 • 5–7 pm
Opening Reception f
or BFA/MFA Thesis Exhibition 
Exhibition runs Friday, 12/2 through Sunday, 12/11. 


Sunday, December 4 • 2 pm
Family Day In conjunction with the exhibition Benjamin Wigfall & Communications Village, join us for a conversation about the exhibition followed by a hands-on printmaking workshop with artist Jean-Marc Superville Sovak. RSVP HERE: https://newpaltz.wufoo.com/forms/mpmry5m1jbnczv/




RECORDINGS OF PREVIOUS EVENTS

Many of our virtual events are still available to see if you missed them! Take a look at our Recorded Events page.

 

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