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Albany Institute of History & Art [NY]

The Albany Institute of History and Art chronicles the history of the Hudson River Valley and also contains a world-renowned collection of art including pieces from the Hudson River School. The Institute is open year round and offers a variety of exhibits and services.

The institute offers educational programs, tours, and seminars, a research library, a variety of exhibits on art and local history, and special events including guest lectures. The website offers teacher resources, including source reproductions and resource kits, visitor information, and an events calendar.