Due to current Covid restrictions on the Bard College campus “Sky Hopinka: Centers of Somewhere” is now closed to the public. Please check back often for any updates.
The exhibition is open only to Bard College Faculty, Students, and Staff - no advance registration necessary.
The CCS Bard Library & Archives are open to CCS Bard graduate students only. Bard students, staff and faculty may access the collection by appointment.
The Center for Curatorial Studies and the Hessel Museum of Art are located at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, about 90 miles north of New York City. Center for Curatorial Studies Bard College 33 Garden Rd Annandale-on-Hudson NY 12504
Center for Curatorial Studies
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From New York City and southern Connecticut, follow I-84 to the Taconic State Parkway, take the Taconic north to the Red Hook/ Route 199 exit, drive west on Route 199 through the village of Red Hook to Route 9G, turn right onto Route 9G, and drive north 1.6 miles. You will come to your first light at Kelly Road – make a left, and then bear to the right onto Annandale Road(County Route 103) You are now on the Bard College campus. Follow signs to CCS Bard Hessel Museum.
From New Jersey and points south, take the New York State Thruway (I-87) to Exit 19 (Kingston), take Route 209 (changes to Route 199 at the Hudson River) over the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge to Route 9G; at the second light, turn left onto Route 9G and drive north 3.5 miles. Once on the Bard Campus, follow signs for CCS Bard Hessel Museum.
From northern Connecticut, take Route 44 to Route 199 at Millerton, drive west on Route 199, and proceed as from southern Connecticut.
From Massachusetts and northern New England, take the Massachusetts Turnpike to Exit B-2 (Taconic Park- way), take the Taconic south to the Red Hook/Route 199 exit, and proceed as from southern Connecticut.