The Wyeths: Three Generations | Works from the Bank of America Collection

September 11, 2021—January 2, 2022

This exhibition has been loaned through the Bank of America Art in Our Communities® program.

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Image: (detail) Eight Bells (Clyde, Stanley and Andrew Wyeth aboard Eight Bells), 1937, N.C. Wyeth (American, 1882-1945), oil on hardboard, Bank of America Collection

Fashionable Frocks of the 1920s

August 28, 2021—January 2, 2022

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Encouraging Curiosity & Creativity from Home

Stay curious and connect with us online! We collected digital materials for you to use to explore the museum remotely. We hope these will help you be creative, get inspired, and learn something new! We'll be updating materials and making announcements here, on social media, and via email.

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    Thank you for helping us provide a safe environment at the museum! At this time, all staff and visitors over the age of two are required to wear a mask or face covering while at the museum, even if vaccinated. Free, single-use face masks are available at the Admission Desk if you do not bring one with you.

    The museum is open Wednesday–Saturday 10am–5pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Timed tickets are available and may be reserved online. Walk-in visitors are also welcome. Learn more about our current policies on our Visit page.

    Learn more about our seasonal activitites on our Winter Amusements page.

    Exhibitions

    Our exhibitions Fashionable Frocks of the 1920s and The Wyeths: Three Generations | Works from the Bank of America Collection will close January 2, 2022. See more about our current exhibitions here.

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    We are currently accepting applications for a full-time Education Coodinator. Applications are due by December 13, 2021. For more information, please visit our listing on our website.

    Ways to Support the Museum this Season

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    The Albany Institute of History & Art is eligible to win one of ten $10,000 media sponsorship packages from the Times Union through their Capital Region Gives campaign. Winners are determined by voting. You can vote here. Voting ends December 10 at 11:59PM. Thank you for your support! 

    Museum at Home

    Stay curious and connect with us online! Use our Museum at Home materials to explore the museum remotely and be sure to check out our YouTube channel. We hope these activities will help you be creative, get inspired, and learn something new.

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    Calendar of Events

    Explore our Calendar of Events for upcoming virtual and in-person programs for all ages.

    School and Group Programs

    Virtual museum tours and limited in-person tours are now available.

    Looking for Teacher Resources? Explore our online options.

    Art Kits: Gilt Frames

    Art Kits feature projects related to the museum's collections or exhibitions and include materials and instructions for you to complete at home on your own. Kits may be purchased online and picked up at the museum during regular admission hours.

    Family Programs

    Pick up a take-home art activity to complement your museum visit or join us to create in-person on select dates!
    December: Beaded Wall Hangings
    Drop-In Art Making: December 11| 10:00-4:30

    Become a Museum Maker!

    For fun tips about art projects and fun activities you can do, check out our blog Museum Makers: Art Education.

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