October 10, 2011

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The Dorsky to mark its 10th anniversary

Hudson Valley artists are featured prominently
in the museum

NEW PALTZ – The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Saturday, October 15. The Dorsky first opened to the public in April 2001 and was officially dedicated on October 20, 2001.

The events of next weekend will honor past Hudson Valley Master artists Lesley Dill, Robert Morris, Don Nice, Judy Pfaff and Carolee Schneemann.

In conjunction with its anniversary celebration, The Dorsky is producing the first in a series of limited edition artist portfolios to benefit the museum. Featuring new digital prints by artists Mary Frank, Eric Lindbloom, and Greg Miller, the inaugural portfolio will be available for purchase beginning on October 15.


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