The Hyde announces 2019 exhibitions

GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection is excited to announce its exhibition lineup for 2019. See the world anew with exhibitions that highlight a profound shift — in technology, vision, mind-set, or social change. The year begins with an exhibition chronicling the evolution of photography and a nation, then moves on to include works by an up-an-coming…
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Dascher named CEO of The Hyde Collection — December 17

GLENS FALLS, New York—The board of trustees of The Hyde Collection is proud to announce it has appointed Norman E. Dascher Jr. as the Museum’s chief executive officer after an extensive national search. Dascher, a resident of Diamond Point on Lake George and longtime regional nonprofit executive, brings to The Hyde more than three decades…
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Hyde offers gift to region — November 26

GLENS FALLS—The Hyde Collection is putting a little something extra in the stockings of city residents this holiday season. In addition to its annual Pay as you Wish program throughout December, the Museum is also offering half-price membership to anyone living within the 12801 postal ZIP code. This is the Museum’s fourth year of Pay…
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Hyde exhibition inspires Japanese tea, dance — November 13

GLENS FALLS — Imagery from hundreds-year-old Japanese art is reflected throughout modern Western culture, with video games, cartoons, graphic novels, and Modern art showing clear influences. Ukiyo-e to Shin Hanga: Japanese Woodcuts from the Syracuse University Art Collection, an exhibition of more than forty prints of images epitomizing the transitory pleasures the art movement depicted, inspired…
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Hyde and Library team for Making History — November 8

A page in history Library, museum team for Making History: The Nuremberg and Augsburg Chronicles, November 10 to December 30 GLENS FALLS, New York— Perhaps it is fitting that a city whose history was written alongside that of the nation’s paper-making industry has within its borders a collection of rare books that rivals that of…
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Hyde Collection to exhibit rare early texts — October 30

GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection has a vast collection of first edition and rare books lining the walls of the library in the historic home of Museum founders Louis and Charlotte Hyde. Mr. Hyde, a lawyer, loved reading and sought refuge among his hundreds of carefully collected books — law texts, encyclopedias, novels, and…
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Ukiyo-e to Shin Hanga — October 23

Ukiyo-e to Shin Hanga: Japanese Woodcuts from the Syracuse University Art Collection November 4 to December 30, 2018 GLENS FALLS, New York—A new exhibition at The Hyde Collection chronicles the development of Japanese woodcuts during a key period in the nation’s history and highlights examples of their influence on modern Western artists. Ukiyo-e to Shin…
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Hyde gala honors history, creates new tradition — October 15

GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection celebrates the Museum’s past and starts a new tradition with this year’s gala, A Lasting Legacy: Honoring the Past | Celebrating the Present | Building the Future, at 6 pm Friday, October 26. At its biggest fundraiser of the year, The Hyde will retrace the steps of Museum founder…
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Hyde pairs French prints exhibition with Film Festival screening — October 9

GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection is exhibiting a collection of French prints from the Museum’s permanent collection to accompany the Adirondack Film Festivalscreening of Mrs. Hyde, a French film about an ornery teacher who is transformed by a powerful jolt. A Century of French Printing, 1838 – 1938 includes twelve prints chronicling how technological advances steered the…
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Summer of women continues — August 21

Museum hosts Stefanco, Reardon for Women’s Equality Day GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK — The Hyde Collection is proud to announce that The College of Saint Rose President Carolyn J. Stefanco and the New York State Department of Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon will speak at the Museum at 1 pm Sunday, August 26. The speakers are…
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