Hudson Valley Visual Art Collections Consortium
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Five organizations in New York's Hudson River Valley--the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Women's Studio Workshop, Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, and the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild--came together in 2009 to form the Hudson Valley Visual Art Collections Consortium (HVVACC). HVVACC was developed to facilitate collaboration among the five organizations and, in particular, to make our collections available for online viewing and research.
The objects in our collections were made by artists from the region as well as from around the world. Together, they contain a broad cross-section of art from furniture, jewelry, and textiles to drawings, photographs, paintings, sculpture, and multi-media work dating from prehistoric times to the present day.
To explore the complete collection of more than 7,000 objects in the permanent collections of the Hudson Valley Visual Art Collections Consortium visit www.hvvacc.org.
Hudson Valley Visual Art Collections Consortium is a member of the Southeastern New York Library Resources Council.
Photographic works from notable contemporary and historic photographers, many of whom participated in programs at The Center for Photography.
Selected artwork from the Dorsky Museum including paintings, drawings, photographs, collages, and metalwork.
Selected materials from Women's Studio Workshop, including drawings, etchings, mixed media works, photographs, and artist's books.
Paintings from the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, featuring the work of American artists who have lived and created in the Woodstock region.
Drawings, woodcuts, ceramics and photographs, largely created at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony in Woodstock, NY.