Fenimore Art Museum and our affiliate, The Farmers’ Museum, offer a wide range of career opportunities for persons with a variety of experiences, skills and educational backgrounds.Working here is exciting, challenging and rewarding.“Fenimore is looking forward to another successful year with a wide assortment of new exhibitions,” said Dr. These include The Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art which was recently featured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in 2017 and viewed by nearly 100,000 visitors.The season opens Saturday, March 31 with seven exhibitions including (October 15–December 31, 2018). Spring hours (March 31–May 7): a.m.– p.m., Tuesday through Sunday (closed Mondays).In 1999 in recognition of our world class collections, we renamed the Fenimore House to Fenimore Art Museum.Fenimore Art Museum is closely affiliated with its sister organization, The Farmers’ Museum.Another season of outstanding photography showcases the work of two influential American masters, Edward Weston and Imogen Cunningham–both peers of Ansel Adams and members of the celebrated ensemble known as Group 64.Visitors to Fenimore will also have the opportunity to see an expanded exhibition featuring the original handwritten letters that fueled the ongoing war of words between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.
This exhibition season is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
When you look at the numbers of those in need, it’s remarkable how possible change really is.
Is it the highway your drive on, or the house you live in? Community may be challenging to define in our modern world, but it’s easily felt.
This includes measures as the restriction of the right to strike, of which I am very critical myself.
MISSION Preserving – Engaging – Educating Fenimore Art Museum is dedicated to welcoming and connecting people to our shared cultural heritage through exhibitions and programs that engage, delight and inspire.