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Center for Photography at Woodstock - Permanent Print Collection

The Center for Photography at Woodstock located in Woodstock, New York is an artist-centered organization dedicated to supporting artists working in photography and related media and engaging audiences through opportunities in which creation, discovery, and learning are made possible. Its Permanent Print Collection features the work of …

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Center for Photography at Woodstock - Permanent Print Collection

Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

From its modest beginnings in 1939, the permanent collection of The Dorsky Museum has grown to include over 5,500 objects. Encyclopedic in nature, the strengths of the collection include American Art, with an emphasis on the Hudson Valley and Catskill Regions, 19th, 20th and 21st century photography and metals, and a small but excellent …

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Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum

The Permanent Collection at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM) comprise over 2,000 works of art dating from the early 20th century through the present and includes paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, and photographs. The artists in the collection represent a cross section of American art and include notables such as …

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Woodstock Artists Association & Museum

Women's Studio Workshop - Artists' Books Collection

Women's Studio Workshop (WSW), has been publishing artists' books since its inception in 1974. An early proponent of the medium, WSW has produced over 200 limited edition books, and is the largest publisher in North America. These books range from traditional structures with a cover and sequential pages, to sculptural objects, …

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Women's Studio Workshop - Artists' Books Collection

Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild

The objects in this online collection were created at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony in Woodstock, New York, founded in 1902 by Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead, Bolton Coit Brown, and Hervey White. Whitehead was an acolyte of William Morris and John Ruskin, and an adherent of the Arts & Crafts movement promoting simple, hand-made design in …

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Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild

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The Hudson Valley Visual Art Collections Consortium is a collaborative digitization project of five visual arts organizations in New York's Hudson River Valley -- the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, the Women's Studio Workshop, the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, and the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum. The purpose of the collaborative is to raise awareness of the Hudson Valley's rich artistic and creative culture, both past and present, and to increase access to the organizations' permanent collections for the educational benefit of scholars, students, artists, curators, historians, authors, and the people of the Hudson Valley and beyond.

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