What’s Happening at Olana
History of Science Series: Exploring Church’s Library and 19th- Century Natural Science Writings
This talk and discussion will take us back to the time when Church and his peers were engaging with contemporary science and encourage us to think about how some developing 19th-century ideas continue to be in vogue, inform advancement, and/or provoke controversy.
Saturday, August 1, 3-5pm
2015 Landmark Exhibition
“River Crossings: Contemporary Art Comes Home”
The 2015 exhibition is presented in partnership with the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, featuring contemporary art installed directly into the historic spaces and landscapes of the two historic sites. May 3-November 1, 2015.
For the River Crossings shuttle service times and locations on Saturdays click here.
For more general information click here.
For the press release click here.
For special Saturday Artists on Art tours click here.
The Olana Partnership and Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM are pleased to co-present a third iteration of their award-winning exhibition event Groundswell.
Saturday, September 19, 1-5pm
“The Great Book of Nature is always open and there are no blank leaves for the artist.” – Frederic Church, 1898
To be at Olana on any given day is to sense Church’s own celebratory voice for all he created here, and to feel it echoed in the contemporary artists who come here for their own inspiration.
For the full article click here.
The Olana Summer Party
Icebergs in August
Join us for an evening of ice, art, cocktails, and great chefs inspired by Frederic Edwin Church’s epic northern voyage.