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Sail through Art History
In relation to Edward Hopper House's 2019 summer exhibition, "Message in a Bo(a)ttle," Edward Hopper House is partnering with Rockland Center for the Arts (ROCA) to offer you these special sailing trips on the Hudson River.
Join us for a sail on the Clearwater, make art on-board, and hear from experts on Hudson River School painting, the local bridges, and Hopper's love for the Hudson River. Participate in raising the sails, and learn from the crew what it is like to live on-board! If you're an artist, feel free to bring your own art supplies; small materials like sketch books and cameras encouraged (please note: no access to running water on-board)
Alastair Noble: Message In A Bo(A)TTLE
on view June 14 - August 25, 2019
Edward Hopper House presents an immersive multi-media exhibition curated by Richard Kendall focusing on interpretations of life along the Hudson. The cross-disciplinary exhibition features environmental/installation artist Alastair Noble, complemented by Hudson River School painter Sanford Robinson Gifford, early drawings on loan by hometown hero Edward Hopper, boat building with Jonathan Richer, and sculptures thematically related to the exhibition.