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Message from the CEO

Dear Hyde Community,

With each day that passes, The Hyde Collection seems to regain momentum on many fronts. I’m thrilled that so many of you have come along for the journey.

As we slowly see signs of spring, I want to express my personal and deep gratitude for your encouragement and support of the Museum. Since The Hyde reopened last May, we’ve provided a place for all of us to gather and find joy, beauty, and solace. Especially in times like these, we look for inspiration. In art, we find it.

Spring is a time of renewal. We are delighted to present some of our most ambitious exhibitions to date. We are currently offering a body of new work by Robert Blackburn (1920-2003), one of the most influential American printmakers of his day. Georgia O’Keeffe: Pattern of Leaves remains on view for those who revel in her work through May 1st. Later this year, we are pleased to share Transformations: The Art of John Van Alstine and works by José Guadalupe Posada, a legendary printmaker of Mexico. Additionally, we will feature Wall Power! Spectacular Quilts from the American Folk Art Museum and the Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region will return to our galleries once again. We hope you’ll join us to explore all that’s inside this year at your world-class art museum.

March is Membership Month, where we celebrate our members. Whether you are renewing your longstanding support or joining us for the first time, there are so many benefits for you to enjoy throughout the year. Take a look at some of the offerings and join us. Please know that your membership support is vital and will be put to immediate use as the Museum continues to maintain its outstanding collection and offer exceptional exhibitions and associated programming through 2022 and beyond.

Our programming calendar will again fill with great offerings as Katelyn Foley joins our team as Director and Curator of Education and Engagement. Katelyn was the Director of Education and Humanities at The Sun Valley Museum of Art in Ketchum, Idaho. She is an incisive thinker and is deeply committed to education and developing networks of people and ideas. Katelyn brings fresh energy and is ready to bring you exciting new educational programs and offerings, creating positive and innovative experiences for museum visitors of all ages.

Thank you for your ongoing and generous support. The exhibitions and events we present at the Museum are made possible through the partnership of our members and donors. As you can see, ours is a partnership that works!

I look forward to seeing you many times this spring, in our galleries and at our events and special programs.


Norman E. Dascher Jr.
Chief Executive Officer