Take a look at what happens behind the scenes at the Museum and what informs and inspires the team responsible for bringing its exhibitions and programs to life.

Blog posts:

  • Neuberger Museum of Art logo in a simple black and white outline format

    backstory: A slight shift

    After many thoughtful conversations about the academic needs of our students and the current COVID case load in our region, Purchase College decided to adjust its academic calendar to begin two weeks later than the originally planned start date.

    So… what does it mean for the Museum?

  • Faith Ringgold, For the Women?s House (1971), oil on canvas, 96in x 96in (243.8 x 243.8 cm)

    backstory: When artistic intention is lost

    Back in 2010, just weeks before American People, Black Light: The Early Works of Faith Ringgold opened to the public at the Neuberger, my installation crew did something pretty amazing. They went out to Rikers Island to examine for deinstallation and shipping to us Ringgold’s For the Women’s House, technically the last in the American People series.
  • Happy Holidays Greeting

    backstory: Happy Holidays

    From all of us to all of you,
    Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.
    We look forward to seeing you in 2022.
  • Neuberger Museum of Art logo in a simple black and white outline format

    backstory: Conservation and Care

    You often hear me say how much I enjoy spending time looking around in our art storage area and rediscovering objects there.