Visit “River Crossings” on Saturdays

and take the FREE shuttle. 

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What’s Happening at Olana


Hot off the Press

“River Crossings: Contemporary Art Comes Home” Book
A unique presentation published by The Artists Book Foundation is chronicled in this beautifully illustrated and informative publication that accompanies the landmark exhibition.

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Public Program

Artists on Art Tours: Tricia Wright
Painting, sculpture and mixed media artist Tricia Wright will be your guide during this week’s artist led tour highlighting the exhibition.

Saturday, October 3, 11am

For a full listing of upcoming programs and event click here.


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.

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Insider Perspective

This year Hudson River School devotees have the pleasure of attending two retrospective exhibitions about Rondout/Kingston native Jervis McEntee (1828-1891)—Jervis McEntee: Kingston’s Hudson River School Artist (Friends of Historic Kingston) and Jervis McEntee: Painter-Poet of the Hudson River School (Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz).

For the full article click here.


Frederic E. Church Award Gala

The 2015 FEC Award Gala will kick off Olana’s 50th Anniversary Season and will honor Jim Hamilton, Martin Puryear, Professor Jason Rosenfeld, Lucy Rockefeller Waletzky and Governor Andrew Cuomo’s NY Parks 2020 plan.

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Object of the Month

The Olana collection includes a Society of the Cincinnati plate and bowl. The porcelain pieces are of rare historical importance. The Society of Cincinnati dinner service was made in Jingdezhen, China in the late 18th century and carries the seal of the society.

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