Columbia County Historical Society Presents Vassar Museum Director, Dr. James Mundy

The Columbia County Historical Society presents an illustrated lecture with Dr. James Mundy, the Vassar Museum Director. The lecture is titled, “What Can You Give Me for Seven Dollars?” ~ Building the Founding Collection of Hudson River School Art at Vassar College.

The Vassar College Collections & Hudson River School Paintings (1825-1875) are the theme of this April lecture sponsored by the Columbia County Historical Society.

Dr. James Mundy is a graduate of Vassar College, returned to campus in 1991 to become the first Anne Hendricks Bass Director of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. He earned his Ph.D. from Princeton University and has held teaching positions at Northwestern University and Mount Holyoke College. From 1986-91 he was the chief curator at the Milwaukee Art Museum. He has published and organized exhibitions on many diverse topics from Italian Renaissance art to American art and the history of photography,

DATE/TIME:
Saturday, April 28 2018, from 4:30pm to 6:30pm

LOCATION:
Van Buren Hall
6 Chatham Street,
Kinderhook NY 12106

ADMISSION:
Tickets will be available at the door: $15 for CCHS members;
$20 for non-members.

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