Hyde explores printmaking with Goya, Thrash exhibitions

Francisco Goya: The Caprichos Etchings and Aquatints January 19 to April 26 GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection celebrates the works of two innovative printmakers from different eras with the opening of Francisco Goya: The Caprichos Etchings and Aquatints and Dox Thrash, Black Life, and the Carborundum Mezzotint on January 19. Francisco Goya (1746–1828) was an artist…
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Hyde melds tradition, innovation in 2020

GLENS FALLS, New York—With great excitement, The Hyde Collection announces its exhibition lineup for 2020. A diverse schedule celebrates tradition and innovation in equal measure, beginning with the world’s first modern artist and a trend-setting African American printmaker, then moving on to paintings that capture a historic period in a nation’s evolution; two regional artists from…
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Celebrate Hometown Holidays history at The Hyde — December 2

2 pm Saturday, December 7, at The Hyde Collection GLENS FALLS, New York—The editors of Look Magazine searched the nation and found no finer example of a post-war American community than Glens Falls. On Saturday, December 7, relive the nostalgia and magic of 1940s Glens Falls with a live holiday armed forces radio broadcast at The Hyde…
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Pay as you Wish at The Hyde — December 3

Throughout December, admission is free at The Hyde GLENS FALLS, New York—With great excitement, The Hyde Collection announces its annual Pay as you Wish admission program for the month of December. Visitors are admitted to the Museum and historic house free of charge, then if they are able, are welcome to leave a donation based on the experience. Those…
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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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