Harlem Renaissance Photo Exhibit Opens at Dorsky Museum: “The Photographs of James Van Der Zee” on view through November 23

“The Photographs of James Van Der Zee,” an exhibition of sensitive and moving images documenting the Harlem Renaissance during 1920’s and 1930’s, will open at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz on October 15th. This exhibition is held to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the publication…

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Recent Acquisitions 2003

The expansion of the museum’s permanent collection depends on a large part on the generosity of donors. The following individuals have recently made significant contributions: Elizabeth Ajay, wife of noted artist Abe Ajay, donated an untitled wood and mixed media construction piece via the Babcock Galleries in New York…

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Acquisitions 2002

Due to the continued generosity of faculty, alumni, and friends in the community, a number of areas in the permanent collection have recently seen growth. During the year 2002, 117 objects were added to the permanent collection. Highlights include a ca. 1828 sketchbook belonging to Hudson River School founder…

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