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Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region at The Hyde in Glens Falls

Danny Goodwin, 3-D Cardboard Box Prototype, 2015 Archival pigment print, 32 x 44 in. ©Danny Goodwin GLENS FALLS, NY — The Hyde Collection is proud to present the 80th annual Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region exhibition, which opens Sunday, October 30. When Michael Oatman was invited by Erin Coe, Director of The Hyde, to curate MHR, he knew the show would have to be spectacular. To celebrate the exhibition’s 80th year, Oatman created an art experience that includes 126 works from 106 artists and stretches the boundaries of the regional art show. MHR features works of art throughout The Hyde’s...

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Call for Entries: Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region, 80th Anniversary

GLENS FALLS, NY – The Hyde Collection has issued a call for entries for the Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region, which will be held October 29 to December 31 at The Hyde in Glens Falls. The Hyde will mark the Regional’s 80th anniversary with a campus-wide exhibition juried by Michael Oatman, artist and associate professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. In addition to works submitted for The Hyde’s Charles R. Wood Gallery, this year, artists are invited to submit proposals for interventions in Hyde House as well as outdoor sculptures on the grounds. Site visits with curatorial staff are available. Entries are due by May 1, 2016. The Mohawk-Hudson Regional provides a leading benchmark for contemporary art in the Upper Hudson Valley. Founded in 1936, Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region is the oldest running regional juried show in the country. This annual showcase is collaboratively sponsored by The Hyde Collection; the Albany Institute of History and Art; and the University Art Museum, University at Albany. To showcase the art and celebrate the history of the Regional, an expanded catalogue will accompany the show This year’s juror, Oatman, is known for his large-scale collages and installations that integrate found, modified, and handmade components, including artifacts of material culture, painting, drawing, and video. He has taught at Harvard University, the University of Vermont, University at Albany, St. Michael’s College, and Vermont College. Oatman has exhibited extensively in the United States and abroad.  Eligibility The exhibition is open to emerging and established artists residing...

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Hyde Night Out: Gallery Talks with MHR Artists 7 pm November 10

Kathy Greenwood, Glenmont, NY. Paper Dolls, 2016. Digital prints, colored pencil, acrylic on paper, cotton cloth, 104 x 90 in., installation in Mrs. Hyde’s bedroom, Hyde House. ©Kathy Greenwood GLENS FALLS, NY — Get a closer look at the 80th annual Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region juried show at Hyde Night Out: Gallery Talks with MHR Artists on November 10. The evening starts with a tour of the expansive MHR-80 exhibition by Museum Educator Jenny Hutchinson. Then, five artists featured in the show will bring visitors to their works to discuss them. Brece Honeycutt, Kathy Greenwood, Brian Cirmo, Russell...

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Hyde Night Out: Gallery Talks with MHR Artists 7 pm November 10

Kathy Greenwood, Glenmont, NY. Paper Dolls, 2016. Digital prints, colored pencil, acrylic on paper, cotton cloth, 104 x 90 in., installation in Mrs. Hyde’s bedroom, Hyde House. ©Kathy Greenwood GLENS FALLS, NY — Get a closer look at the 80th annual Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region juried show at Hyde Night Out: Gallery Talks with MHR Artists on November 10. The evening starts with a tour of the expansive MHR-80 exhibition by Museum Educator Jenny Hutchinson. Then, five artists featured in the show will bring visitors to their works to discuss them. Brece Honeycutt, Kathy Greenwood, Brian Cirmo, Russell Serrianne, and Jason Van Staveren will explain their artwork and talk about their inspiration, technique, and inclusion in the exhibition, the nation’s longest-running regional show. MHR was re-envisioned this year by Museum Director Erin Coe and Michael Oatman, a Troy-based artist who served as curator and juror. Based on the symbolism of a celebratory explosion, the show was themed around a firecracker, as MHR bursts in new directions. The exhibition is displayed in three of the Museum’s galleries, on its lawn, and — for the first time ever — has three installations in Hyde House. Greenwood’s Paper Dolls, an intervention in the historic home of Museum founder Charlotte Hyde, was among works honored at MHR’s opening reception Saturday, October 29. MHR is a regional show in which artists living within...

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Hyde Night Out: Gallery Talk with the Juror

6:30 pm Thursday, December 8 GLENS FALLS — The eightieth annual exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region (MHR-80) was referred to in The Daily Gazette (Schenectady) as “the Michael Oatman show.” Come discover why, and meet the man whose vision redefined one of the nation’s longest-running juried shows on Thursday, December 8 at 6:30 pm at a gallery talk at The Hyde Collection. Oatman, an artist and professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, curated the expansive show, which is on view throughout the Charles R. Wood, Rotunda, and Whitney-Renz galleries, on the grounds of the Museum, and in historic Hyde House. From 274 submissions, Oatman selected 126 works by 106 area artists. The show is a sprawling exhibition that features video, collage, mixed media, photography, oil, watercolor, sculpture, and interventions in Hyde House. The works are organized into conceptual categories inspired by the history and conventions of display, designed to create a dialogue between works and artists. Oatman is known for large-scale collages and installations integrating found, modified, and handmade components, including artifacts of material culture, painting, drawing, and video. His work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Art from the University at Albany. He has taught at RISD, Harvard University, and the University at Albany, among others,...

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Seeing with Words: Writing Workshop at the Hyde House

Writer Marilyn McCabe will lead a writing workshop, Seeing with Words, from 10 am to 4 pm November 19 at The Hyde Collection. GLENS FALLS, NY — Stroll through the Hyde House, with its lush draperies and centuries-old furnishings. Stop to look closely at Pablo Picasso’s Boy Holding a Blue Vase and to drink in the landscape of Winslow Homer’s A Good One, Adirondacks. In Hoopes Gallery, feel the dark corners of David Smith’s Untitled 10/9/52. And be inspired. Acclaimed writer Marilyn McCabe offers Seeing the Words: Writing Workshop from 10 am to 4 pm Saturday, November 19, at...

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The Hyde Collection Hosts Book Launch in Glens Falls

GLENS FALLS — The Hyde Collection continues its celebration of the eightieth annual exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region (MHR) with the release of its commemorative-edition catalogue at a Book Launch Event on Friday, December 16, at 5:30 pm. Please join us to meet the artists whose work is included in this long-standing juried show of Contemporary art and have your book signed by juror and curator Michael Oatman. The 186-page full-color catalogue features essays by Oatman and Hyde Director Erin Coe, an exhibition checklist, images of the 106 works selected for the exhibition, and an ephemeral timeline documenting the show’s eight-decade history. Each artist’s work is featured alongside notes capturing Oatman’s original reaction. Oatman is a Troy-based artist and professor in the School of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute who, with Coe, re-envisioned MHR, the longest-running juried regional show in the United States. The exhibition features 126 works, displayed in three of the Museum’s galleries, on its grounds, and — for the first time ever — in historic Hyde House. MHR is one of the longest-running juried shows of contemporary art in the United States. This annual exhibition is the shared responsibility of The Hyde Collection, the Albany Institute of History and Art, and the University Art Museum at the University at Albany. Admission includes a catalogue specially priced for the Book Launch Event at $25. Additional...

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Pay as you Wish Throughout December at The Hyde in Glens Falls

GLENS FALLS, NY — The Hyde Collection brings back its Pay as you Wish program for the month of December. Visitors are invited to tour the Museum, interact with the collection and exhibitions, then make a voluntary donation based on their experience. The program provides a fun, flexible, and participatory way for visitors to tell The Hyde what they value about their time at the Museum. “We want The Hyde to be as engaging to as many people as possible,” said Erin Coe, Director of the Museum. “Pay as you Wish is a great way for us to show...

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Hyde Night Out: Gallery Talk with the Juror

GLENS FALLS — The eightieth annual exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region (MHR-80) was referred to in The Daily Gazette (Schenectady) as “the Michael Oatman show.” Come discover why, and meet the man whose vision redefined one of the nation’s longest-running juried shows on Thursday, December 8 at 6:30 pm at a gallery talk at The Hyde Collection. Oatman, an artist and professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, curated the expansive show, which is on view throughout the Charles R. Wood, Rotunda, and Whitney-Renz galleries, on the grounds of the Museum, and in historic Hyde House. From 274 submissions, Oatman selected 126 works by 106 area artists. The show is a sprawling exhibition that features video, collage, mixed media, photography, oil, watercolor, sculpture, and interventions in Hyde House. The works are organized into conceptual categories inspired by the history and conventions of display, designed to create a dialogue between works and artists. Oatman is known for large-scale collages and installations integrating found, modified, and handmade components, including artifacts of material culture, painting, drawing, and video. His work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Art from the University at Albany. He has taught at RISD, Harvard University, and the University at Albany, among others, and has served as artist-in-residence...

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Hyde Collection Hosts Book Launch December 16th (Corrected)

GLENS FALLS — The Hyde Collection continues its celebration of the eightieth annual exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region (MHR) with the release of its commemorative-edition catalogue at a Book Launch Event on Friday, December 16, at 5:30 pm. Please join us to meet the artists whose work is included in this long-standing juried show of Contemporary art and have your book signed by juror and curator Michael Oatman. The 186-page full-color catalogue features essays by Oatman and Hyde Director Erin Coe, an exhibition checklist, images of the 106 works selected for the exhibition, and an ephemeral timeline documenting the show’s eight-decade history. Each artist’s work is featured alongside notes capturing Oatman’s original reaction. Oatman is a Troy-based artist and professor in the School of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute who, with Coe, re-envisioned MHR, the longest-running juried regional show in the United States. The exhibition features 126 works, displayed in three of the Museum’s galleries, on its grounds, and — for the first time ever — in historic Hyde House. MHR is one of the longest-running juried shows of contemporary art in the United States. This annual exhibition is the shared responsibility of The Hyde Collection, the Albany Institute of History and Art, and the University Art Museum at the University at Albany. Admission includes a catalogue specially priced for the Book Launch Event at $25. Additional...

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Fri 11

Rustic Riders

September 11, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Fri 11

The Kirkland Art Center presents Robin and Linda Williams

September 11, 2015 @ 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Fri 11

TAUNY Jams

September 11, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Fri 02

TAUNY Jams

October 2, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Sat 03
Fri 11

Curated film screening: “Blues by the Beach”

September 11, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Sat 12

Adirondack Museum Rustic Furniture Fair

September 12, 2015 @ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sun 13

Adirondack Museum Rustic Furniture Fair

September 13, 2015 @ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat 12

Handy Handmade Tote-bag Workshop at BluSeed Studios

September 12, 2015 @ 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Sat 12

Write an Amazing Memoir at View Old Forge

September 12, 2015 @ 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat 17

BrewFest

October 17, 2015 @ 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Adirondack Pack Basket Workshop at Gore Mountain

September 12, 2015 @ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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