Exhibitions and Events

Announcing the 2015 Exhibition: River Crossings

hannock_oxbow-thumb Image We are excited to announce our 2015 exhibition "River Crossings", presented in partnership with Olana, featuring contemporary art installed directly into the historic spaces and landscapes of the two historic sites. The exhibition is curated by the artist Stephen Hannock and Jason Rosenfeld, PhD. Artists in the exhibition include Chuck Close, Jerry Gretzinger, Valerie Hegarty, Angie Keefer, Stephen Hannock, Charles LeDray, Maya Lin, Elizabeth Murray, Martin Puryear, Cindy Sherman, Sienna Shields, Kiki Smith, Joel Sternfeld, and Elyn Zimmerman. Opening May 2015. Learn more…

NOW HIRING

Join our staff as a full-time seasonal employee, working 5 days per week, Tuesday to Saturday, May through October. This important position will work directly with visitors, welcoming them to the Thomas Cole site, selling tickets and other merchandise, and conducting tours through the historic buildings. All applicants must use the website usajobs in order to be considered. The deadline to apply is MARCH 10. Please click here for more info and/or to apply: . ... USAJOBS

Follow Our New Building Project

NewStudioImageBuilt in 1846 according to Thomas Cole’s own design, the New Studio stood a few hundred yards from Cole’s home at Cedar Grove for 125 years. Tragically, it was torn down in 1973 after falling into disrepair. Now, with 80% of the funding raised, construction is underway! See how it looked in Cole's time and follow the construction process through our online updates... Learn more…

Walk in Thomas Cole's Footsteps

HikeImageSee art history come to life and walk into a 19th-century landscape painting on the Hudson River School Art Trail. Pick up a guidebook from our online shop, join a guided hike, or use the free mobile website at www.hudsonriverschool.org... Learn more…

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"Ever wonder where those places are that are in Hudson River School paintings? And how to get to those places and see the same views? Now there's an app for that..." See the latest post...

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