Yager Museum of Art & Culture

THE YAGER MUSEUM OF ART & CULTURE PRESENTS COMPELLING EXHIBITS THROUGHOUT THE ACADEMIC YEAR, AND IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

What’s more, the Museum functions as a hands-on learning environment where Hartwick students integrate academic knowledge with practical skills through Museum Studies courses to create exhibitions and programs for the public.

FALL 2021 MUSEUM HOURS

The Museum will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 11:30 am – 4:30 pm when Hartwick College is in session. For information on Museum hours: (607)431-4423, (607)431-4480 or email kendalld@hartwick.edu The Museum will be closed on the following days when the college is in recess: October 16, October 19, November 24-27. The Museum welcomes members of the public who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. All visitors must wear masks and must be prepared to provide proof of vaccination. In accordance with Hartwick College’s policy, unvaccinated visitors, including children, are not permitted at this time. We appreciate your cooperation.

COVID-19 and Campus Status

UPCOMING FALL 2021 PUBLIC PROGRAMS

These programs will be open to the public when the Hartwick College campus is open to the public. In the event that the campus is closed to the public, events will be offered virtually. Watch this space and the Museum’s Facebook page for further information. All events, in person and virtual, are free and open to the public.

 

Thursday, October 7, 2021, 6 pm
Richard L. Haan Speakers’ Series, “Land Acknowledgement & Reciprocity”, 6 pm

Dr. Michelle Schenendoah, Indigenous Concepts Consulting

 

Thursday, October 28, 2021, 6 pm
The Horror in the Museum, a storytelling event

 

Our Mission

The Yager Museum of Art & Culture, a center for exploration of our artistic, archaeological, ethnographical, historical materials and culture heritage, serves as an experiential learning lab that engages students in the museum’s efforts in collecting, preserving, researching and interpreting collections according to the highest standards of professional practice.

Our Vision

Through engaging exhibitions and programs that capture the imagination of students and the public, the Museum facilitates contemplation and discussion of objects and ideas from the past to spark creativity, insight, and inspiration about diverse cultures, including realities from the past and prospects for the future.

Douglas Kendall

Museum Coordinator, and Coordinator, Museum Studies Minor Program
607-431-4423

Quentin Lewis

Collections Manager of the Yager Museum of Art & Culture, and Lecturer in Museum Studies
607-431-4481

David W. Anthony

Professor Emeritus and Curator Emeritus of Anthropology

The Yager Museum of Art & Culture is a member of the Museum Association of New York, the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, the American Association for State and Local History, and the American Alliance of Museums.