2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of the formation of Edward Hopper House Museum & Study Center. In 1971, shortly after Edward Hopper's death, a group of volunteers banded together to preserve his childhood home in Nyack, New York. Today the house is a non-profit museum and study center that celebrates Hopper's legacy through artifacts, programs, and exhibitions inspired by America's iconic painter.
Throughout 2021, we will offer exciting, new perspectives on Hopper and his impact on the international art scene through a virtual program of notable Artists and Collaborators. Our year-long celebration is segmented into "FOUR SEASONS" - each exploring a theme relevant to Hopper's legacy with virtual events that invite you to look deeper into the theme.
We are pleased to announce that our Honorary Chairperson of our year-long celebration is Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, a noted New York preservationist, historian, and author.
Watch for announcements - through our email, and our social media - with more details about our first Season, special membership offers, and sponsorship opportunities.