Tibetan Monks Perform at SUNY New Paltz: “Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing”

NEW PALTZ – The famed multiphonic singers of Tibet’s Drepung Loseling Monastery, whose sellout performances in Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center received national acclaim, will perform “Sacred Music Sacred Dance for World Healing” at SUNY New Paltz in conjunction with The Dorsky Museum exhibition, Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art as part of…

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“Art Meets Life,” SUNY New Paltz exhibition to open in NYC

NEW PALTZ- “Art Meets Life”, an exhibition organized by the The State University of New York at New Paltz’s Art Department, and curated by New Paltz professors Rimer Cardillo and Francois Deschamps will open at the Dorsky Gallery / Curatorial Programs with a reception on Sunday, July 14 from 2:00 –…

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Dorsky Museum presents “Fields of Vision: Work by SUNY New Paltz Art Faculty”

NEW PALTZ – The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art is pleased to present “Fields of Vision: Work by SUNY New Paltz Art Faculty,” an exhibition and accompanying catalog that feature work by 28 faculty members of the State University of New York at New Paltz Art Department. The exhibition offers a…

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Dorsky Museum announces call for artists for Hudson Valley Artists 2013

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art invites artists working in all media to submit proposals for its annual exhibition of work by artists from the mid Hudson Valley. Screen Play, the seventh annual Hudson Valley Artists exhibition, will be organized by Daniel Belasco, The Dorsky Museum’s newly appointed Curator of Exhibitions and Programs.

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Dorsky Museum puts recent collection acquisitions on display

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz presents The Dorsky Collects: Recent Acquisitions 2008-2012 from Jan. 23 through June 23. This exhibition features 58 works of art selected from over 1,000 objects received into its permanent collection since 2008. A public reception for the exhibition takes place on Saturday, Feb. 2 from 5 to 7 p.m.

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