Propaganda Teen Print Party

3:30 and 5 pm Thursday, November 14 GLENS FALLS, New York—What started as an aspiring musician creating a poster for his band’s gigs turned into a career for Nathan Meltz. The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute professor was an undergraduate student at the University of Wisconsin, which has one of the nation’s top printmaking programs, when his…
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Artists talk climate change

2 pm Sunday, November 10 Cyndy Barbone has been weaving for most of her life, but after hearing a radio broadcast about the world’s water crisis, changed her method. “It takes so much water to rinse out dye, and I thought, ‘This is crazy,’ because … it seemed to be a really urgent issue,” she…
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Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region — October 7

October 12 to December 4 GLENS FALLS, New York—Victoria Palermo did not start with a vision for Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region when she began poring over more than 1,500 works of art submitted by 365 artists. But the juror of the eighty-fourth annual regional exhibition quickly saw a theme emerging. This year’s Artists of the Mohawk…
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Hyde exhibition explores Picasso, Braque, Leger prints

Picasso, Braque & Léger October 6, 2019, to January 5, 2020 GLENS FALLS, New York—Many words come to mind upon hearing the names Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, and Fernard Léger — Cubism, friendship, Modern art, innovation. But poetry, literature, and theater are not usually among them. Picasso, Braque & Léger: Twentieth Century Modern Masters, which opens October 6 at The Hyde…
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The Black Fly: Back to School

3 to 5 pm Sunday, September 8 GLENS FALLS, New York—Every day for his first five years of school, Chip Perone sobbed, clinging to his mother as she dragged him to the classroom. “It got so, my mom had to walk me because I was crying my eyes out,” the Queensbury resident said. “It went…
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Hyde hires director of development

GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection is proud to announce that Laura Bradigan has been named director of development. Mrs. Bradigan, a Saratoga Springs resident, will advance the mission of the Museum through development, donor relations, and fundraising. “Laura has decades of experience that will help us continue to carry on The Hyde Collection’s amazing…
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‘There is always something new’ — August 5

Hyde Collection invites public to explore on Community Day GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection offers a free day of art-making, tours, live music, and family fun at its annual Community Day from noon to 5 pm Sunday, August 11. “At least once a week, we hear someone say, ‘I went to The Hyde on…
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Hyde festival draws artists to paint region’s beauty

GLENS FALLS, New York—George Van Hook is a man who moves quickly. He thinks fast, jumps from idea to idea, and throws out adjectives like “beautiful, “rich,” “important,” and “blessed” generously — sometimes in rapid-fire succession. But one look at one of his paintings and you realize that he is also a man who takes…
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Hyde open seven days a week for summer — July 8

GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection will expand its hours throughout July and August. Beginning July 15 and running through September 1, the Museum will be open seven days a week, including from 10 am to 5 pm Monday. Museum Mondays is sponsored by Hudson Headwaters Health Network. Hours for the rest of the week…
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Hyde unveils conserved works — June 27

Exhibition features restored statue by Andrea della Robbia GLENS FALLS, New York—Artists’ secrets uncovered in recent conservation projects will be unveiled in Masterpieces Under the Microscope: Andrea della Robbia and James Brade Sword, an exhibition opening Saturday, June 29, at The Hyde Collection.  The exhibition presents for the first time since their conservation two works from the…
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