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Hudson River Museum’s New Exhibition Featured on WNYC Radio Show

Hudson River Museum’s “Matrix: Women Printmakers, 1960-1990” was the feature story on WNYC’s All of It with Alison Stewart this week. This new exhibition explores a period of experimentation in printmaking among women artists, who used the art form as a means of creative expression, social change, and activism. Renowned artists include: Faith Ringgold, Guerrilla Girls, Emma Amos, and Helen Frankenthaler. – Hudson River Museum’s Matrix: Women Printmakers exhibition featured on WNYC’s All of It with Alison Stewart.

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