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EnchantedEvening A Benefit for the Hudson River Museum June 5, 2015 The Spellbound bar & lounge

The Green Envy Martini Green Melon, Midori, Lime Juice & Vodka horS d’oeuvreS

Truffled Bruschetta with Smashed Fava Beans & Goat Cheese Salmon Gravlax Roulades with Heirloom Beets & Dill Sour Cream Stuffed Jalapeno’s with Salsa Verde Green Olive Tapenade Muffalettas Fried Green Tomato BLT’s with Pimento Cheese & House-made Bourbon Bacon & Baby Greens Supper

Chilled Watercress Soup with ‘Pickled’ Fresh Artichokes

Cocktails and Silent Auction 6 pm Dinner 8 pm The Isidore Konti Medal to

Marjorie Isaac

Crème fraîche, Baby Cilantro Greens & Pink Peppercorn Oil

Rosemary Honey Glazed Roast Breast of Duck

Presentation of Honoree

Porcini & Wild Mushroom Cassoulet & Fried Parsnip Ribbons Spinach Bread with Pesto Butter

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Live Auction

Strawberry & Pistachio Cake Green Chocolate Towers, Kiwi Sauce & Pistachio Brittle

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Faux Woodland Mushroom Truffles in Chocolate Leaf Baskets Chappaqua Roast Coffee & Harney Teas

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Jan and Warren Adelson Eileen Price Farbman and Steven Farbman Smith, Buss & Jacobs LLP Wells Fargo Private Bank Bronze

Barbara and John Eager Forest City Ratner Ginsburg Development Corp. Goldman, Sachs & Co. Wilson Kimball Merrill Lynch RKL3d llc Sound Associates Transit Construction Corp. Patrons

Andrew and Flo Balint Con Edison Hope Davis and Robert Braddick Richard and MaryAnn Halevy Robert S. and Barbara Roberson

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Special Thanks

Jan P. Adelson, Chair

Honoree

Laura Alemzadeh

William Mascetta

Bonnie J. Bell-Curran

David Menken

Bruce Bernacchia

H. Conrad Meyer III

Debra A. Blair

Susanne Brendel Pandich

Décor

Elizabeth Bracken-Thompson

Susan Fraysse Russ

Debra Blair

Mary Calvi

John M. Tolomer

Bob Pesce

Brian E. Cray

Kathryn B. Welch

Thomas A. D’Auria

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Hope Davis

Andrew J. Balint

Barbara Eager

Joyce Greene

Eileen Price Farbman

Marjorie Isaac

Richard Greco, Jr.

Judith Z. Matson

Stanley Grubel

John Bond Trevor, III

Peter X. Kelly Food and Design

Susan Lawrence Catering

And Thank You to...

Dodd’s Liquors Mrs. Green’s Natural Markets Clay Lifflander Donovan Malloy / transFORM Naked Earth

Richard Haas

Kim and Bill Pressman

Steven E. Halliwell

Director Michael Botwinick

Robin K. Liebowitz

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June 5, 2015 Dear Friends First let me tell you how wonderful it has been to work on this year’s Gala honoring our great friend, Peter Kelly and longtime Trustee, Marjorie Isaac. We do the Gala each year out of our deep commitment to the Museum and its mission. But the task is so much more joyful when it is inspired by tonight’s honoree and tonight’s recipient of the Isidore Konti Medal. It takes many hands to make a party. I want to thank Jan Adelson, Eileen Price Farbman, Bonnie Bell-Curran, Susan Russ, Debra Blair and Laura Alemzadeh for their help. Mark Kramer and his team at Susan Lawrence Caterers have once again amazed and delighted us with their creative menu. Particular thanks to Debra Blair and Bob Pesce for tonight’s imaginative décor, to Clay Lifflander for the generous donation of tonight’s wine, and to Dodd’s Liquors. Thanks also to Mrs. Green’s Natural Markets, Naked Earth, all the generous donors to the auctions and sponsors in the Journal. Grateful thanks to our Gold and Bronze sponsors. Your extra commitment makes a real difference in this evening’s results. So, thank you to all of you here tonight. It is our fond hope that you eat and drink well, enjoy each other’s company and leave with a sense of accomplishment, knowing you have helped the Museum do the important work it is committed to doing.

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Welcome to An Enchanted Evening. This is a chance to celebrate the Museum and to mark the opening of Adrien Broom’s hauntingly beautiful exhibition Envy: One Sin, Seven Stories. This year the galleries have been filled with Peacocks in Strut, the Father of our Country in Promoting the President, and hip-hop history in Frohawk Two Feathers. Through exhibitions and the programs that accompany them, the Museum reaches out to more than 65,000 people a year, with a great majority of our visitors coming from Westchester County. Our attendance is up 20 percent this year. We cannot serve visitors or the thousands of schoolchildren who come to us without your support. Tonight we need to raise more than 10 percent of our budget for the entire year! In just one night! For the help you give us, I thank you. I hope you will approach tonight’s fundraising in a spirit of generosity. We are proud to honor Peter Kelly tonight. That he has been a great friend of the Museum is beyond doubt. But he has also put his incredible creativity together with his abiding commitment to Yonkers. He has been steadfast in his belief in the possibilities of Yonkers and the potential of all of its citizens. Awarding the Isidore Konti Medal to Trustee Emirita Marjorie Isaac is a special pleasure for all of the trustees. It is a long overdue recognition for person whose modesty has thwarted all past attempts at recognition. In her 20 years on the Board she has been among the most influential and committed trustees. Her devotion to the Museum’s education mission has been the hallmark of her trusteeship. It has been another great year for the Museum, which has much to be grateful for, not the least of which is your support. Your help brings the Museum to our community, reaching into classrooms, training teachers, and changing lives. With your support we embrace the challenges, grow, and improve. All of the Trustees join me in thanking you.

This has been a year of accomplishment. Our Amphitheater season in Summer 2014 was a huge success (and we look toward the 2015 season), our new digital Planetarium enjoys an overwhelming response, and the exhibitions are widely praised and visited, just as our programs reach ever more families. Thanks to the efforts of the Education Department we continue to widen learning in the Arts, Humanities, and Sciences for thousands of school children. Our Junior Docents continue to grow into strong young people who graduate high school, go on to college, AND give back to the community. We are blessed with a dedicated and inventive staff who overcome challenges every day to deliver meaningful and enriching experiences to students, teachers, families, and to all our visitors. We owe a debt of gratitude to the Board of Trustees for the way they guide the Museum to new successes. We depend on their experience and knowledge to develop the support we need to maintain the quality of what we do. They give direction to our efforts and challenge us to deliver an unmatched level of excellence. Thank you for your presence here tonight. Almost every day we see new and formidable challenges as we work to build the kind of community where we all want to live. Our resource for this is the Museum. With your help, we can do it.

Michael Botwinick Director

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Honorary Chairs Nita M. Lowey Member of Congress Eliot Engel Member of Congress Andrew Cuomo New York State Governor Andrea Stewart-Cousins New York State Senator George Latimer New York State Senator Shelley Mayer New York State Assemblywoman Robert P. Astorino Westchester County Executive Michael B. Kaplowitz Chairman,Westchester County Board of Legislators Mike Spano Mayor, City of Yonkers Liam McLaughlin President,Yonkers City Council

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Robert P. Astorino County Executive Robert P. Astorino County Executive

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Isidore Konti Medal 2015

Marjorie Isaac

Isidore Konti in his studio

Isidore Konti was born in Vienna in1862, enrolled in the Imperial Academy of Art at the age of 16 and traveled to Rome, Florence, and Naples to study classical models. At 26, he was receiving commissions. By 30, he decided his future lay in the New World. So, he emigrated to New York City in 1892 and started over. Almost immediately on his arrival he went to Chicago to work on the sculptural program of the World’s Columbian Exposition, the World’s Fair held in 1893. World’s Fair sculpture became a integral part of Konti’s output — Buffalo in 1901, St. Louis in 1904, and San Francisco in 1913. Konti’s move to Yonkers in 1906 had consequences for his new community and the Hudson River Museum. His work can be found throughout the City of Yonkers from the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Larkin Plaza to the glorious Hudson Fulton Monument on Warburton Avenue. Konti, with other artists, established the Yonkers Art Association, and the presence of this strong arts community helped establish a museum in Glenview. That museum was the Yonkers Museum of Science and Art, now the Hudson River Museum. Konti served as a Commissioner of the Museum until 1932. He brought art, the abiding focus of his life, into the civic discourse. His presence contributed to the addition of art to the Museum’s mission. It set the essential multi-disciplinary nature of the Hudson River Museum, which survives to this day. From time to time the Trustees of the Museum award the Isidore Konti Medal to a person who through leadership and commitment, has made an extraordinary contribution to the Museum’s mission begun almost a century ago. For over 30 years, Marjorie Isaac has served, nurtured, and encouraged the Hudson River Museum, twenty of those years as a Museum Docent, as a Board Member first elected in 1996, and, today, as Trustee Emirata. 19


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Peter X. Kelly A resident of Westchester and its Hudson Valley, Peter Kelly is the region’s premier restaurateur. His roots in the community and his commitments to its cultural organizations run deep. Born in Yonkers, tenth of 12 children, Peter began working in local restaurants at the age of 14. While studying business administration at Marist College, Peter held a number of kitchen and front-of-house positions in some of New York State’s finest restaurants. In 1983, Peter’s culinary interests led him on a pilgrimage to France and to the pursuit of perfection in the culinary world. At 23, this self-taught chef returned home and opened Xaviar’s in Garrison. Now he owns some of the most acclaimed restaurants in New York, all located in the Hudson Valley — Xaviar’s at Piermont, The Freelance Cafe and Wine Bar, Restaurant X & The Bully Boy Bar, and X2O Xaviars on the Hudson. All garner awards, among them the New York Times highest rating (Extraordinary), Mobil Travel Guide’s Four Star Award, the Dirona Award, Restaurant News Dining Hall of Fame, Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence,” Zagat’s Survey (29 out of 30), and New York State Restaurateur of the Year, 1998. Since the 90s, Peter has been a vintner. His wines at Xaviar’s Cellars in Napa Valley, known as “Silenus” (the teacher of Bacchus in Greek mythology) were applauded by the New York Times and Wine Enthusiast. In 1999, Peter assembled a “dream team” of culinary “superstars” and became the founding chef and culinary director of Impromptu Gourmet, a revolution in home dining. Peter appears often in the media. On Food Network’s Iron Chef America, he beat Bobby Flay in “Cowboy Rib Eye”, and on No Reservations he played host to Anthony Bourdain, where he introduced Tony to the beauty of the Hudson Valley. National publications that have featured Peter Kelly include New York Magazine, Esquire, Crain’s, USA Today, W Magazine, Bon Appetit, and many more. Peter adds a very active interest in charity and community organizations to his credits as an entrepreneur. He has contributed his time and talent to Nyack Hospital Pediatric Center; as Founder of Dine Out For Kids, Rockland; as Board Member of the Putnam County Historical Society; on the Advisory Board, Monroe College Culinary Arts Program; as Commencement Speaker at the Culinary Institute of America; Cluster; Hudson Valley Health Care (2008 Honoree); Westchester Coalition for Homeless & Hungry (2007 Honoree); Hudson River Museum; Red Cross Hudson Valley; Dominican College Advisory Board; Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Hospital; St. John’s Hospital; Yonkers Partners in Education; Share our Strength; Make a Wish Foundation; March of Dimes; Rockland ARC; Rockland Center for Arts; Hospice of Cincinnati; Bethesda Foundation; City Meals on Wheels; Table to Table (2004 Honoree); Westchester Food Patch; as sponsor of numerous youth sports programs; Windows of Hope; Nofa New York; United Way; Westchester Arts Council; and One To One Learning Center.

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Summer 2015

June 6 - September 26, 2015

E X H I B I T I ONS Fall 2015 Envy: One Sin, Seven Stories An Installation by Adrien Broom

Multimedia artist Adrien Broom interprets the sin envy in photographs and life-size scenes of fairy tales, stories of passion, evil, and redemption that have thrilled us for centuries. In the stories, kings,jealous queens, Adrien Broom. Evil and Temptation, 2015 and wicked stepmothers envy the riches, love, or beauty that belong to others. SnowWhite’s Evil Queen, the archetype of envy, appears at the heart of the exhibition. The Museum’s summer show Envy: One Sin, Seven Stories is part of The Seven Deadly Sins, a series of exhibitions presented by the Fairfield/Westchester Museum Alliance (FWMA). Each member organization presents a “deadly sin” in exhibitions from spring to fall 2015. The exhibition has been made possible by the generosity of two Anonymous Donors.

October 17, 2015 January 17, 2016

Dancers Among Us: Jordan Matter Jordan Matter’s photographs, the subject of the best-selling book Dancers Among Us, highlights dancers who interpret a day’s moments, big and small, in beautiful movement. Jordan Matter. Dancers Among Us (Meghan G. Meehan at the Hudson River Museum, October 2014) Over 30 of Matter’s images, Courtesy of the artist photographs from his book, new work, and new images of Westchester scenes, show dancers integral to this photographer’s message, who, he says, “... are trained to capture passion with their bodies. They often create a fantasy world or offer us a deeper look into familiar settings.” Weekend programs will feature a wide variety of live dance performances in the galleries.

Spring 2016

February 7 - May 8, 2016

Oh Panama! Jonas Lie Paints the Panama Canal

Carla Gannis: The Garden of Emoji Delights New media artist Carla Gannis adventures into world of emoticoms, modern pictographs that pull us back to ancient hieroglyphics, even cave paintings. Gannis uses signs Carla Gannis. The Garden of Emoji Delights, 2014. Digital C-print, 13x7 feet from everyday speech and images from our experiences to create a digital collage that resonates with The Garden of Earthly Delights, a triptych created by Hieronymus Bosch in the 16th century. In both, the wicked are punished, but Gannis’s message is for today: consumerism is destructive

Jonas Lie. Central Wall, Pedro Miguel, 1913. Oil on canvas, 36x34 inches Courtesy of the West Point Museum Collection, United States Military Academy

The 30 known pictures that Norweigian-born Jonas Lie (1880-1940) made of the Panama Canal’s historic construction are lively, colorful, and capture the spirit of the Canal’s opening in 1914. Celebrating the Canal’s Expansion Project, slated for completion in 2016, the Museum looks back on the spirited efforts of the first architects and crews that carved the Canal, a massive trench crossing the Isthmus of Panama. Lie’s canvasses are historical documents of technological progress and dramatic interpretations of the urban environment and are on loan from the West Point Museum Collection, United States Military Academy. 23


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Art

Many Ways and for All

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Teacher in Residence Marcus John performs for after-school visitors from Palisades Prep in Frohawk Two Feathers galleries. One, 2015. Frohawk Two Feathers war horse. Clockwise, from Top Left, Museum Gallery visitor; Adrien Broom. My Heart In Your Hands, detail, 2015 from the exhibition Envy: One Sin, Seven Stories, Summer 2015. Museum Kite Festival, May 2, 2015; Regina Ress, Storyteller for Arts in the Afternoon, 2015; Teen Night, Spring 2015; Bottom right, Leah Harper, Complimentary, February 2015; Bottom, Rendering, Our Town art installations, Downtown Yonkers, 2015; YoHo artist Lee Romero exhibits vignettes at Museum’s Day of Dead, November 2015; Amphitheater, Summer 2014. Opposite Page, Top, Peter Paone. Peacock, 2003, from Strut:The Peacock and Beauty in Art, Fall 2014.

The Museum was proud as the peacocks that roosted in its galleries from October 2014 to January 2015 in Strut, The Peacock and Beauty in Art. Acclaimed by the New York Times, the rare regal bird appeared in 200 paintings and objects. Winter/Spring 2015, the Museum’s Exhibitions turned to history in fact and fiction in Frohawk Two Feathers, an original retelling of the colonial Hudson Valley, and Promoting the President, George Washington, whose images are America’s inspiration. And then, everybody loved it! Complimentary, that is, social designer Leah Harper’s inventive vending machine that dispenses compliments, not bubble gum. Three hundred people a weekend crowded the Lobby for a “compliment in a capsule,” right around Valentine’s Day. The renovated Planetarium drew stargazers, 2 to 80 years, to see new star shows. Popular new guides assisted parents to choose age-appropriate shows. An annual new “Arts in the Dome” show launched April 2015, and Westchester Magazine voted the Planetarium the “Best Upgrade, in its Annual Best of Westchester Editorial Pick, 2015. Keeping Museum-goers’ eyes on the skies, the May 2015 Kite Festival attracted over 1,100 people. Seeing art in many forms and making it accessible to many got a big boost from a $100,000 “Our Town” grant awarded to the Museum and the City of Yonkers in Summer 2014 by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), so art experiences could be brought to Downtown Yonkers. Installations by light artist Erwin Redl and sound artist John Morton as well as artist-led workshops and performances culminate Summer 2015. Weekend Art and Science Projects attract families and, now, another group is welcome — teens, who selected film from the Yonkers Film Festival for the first Teen Night, April 11. Joining the Museum to bring original programming to visitors are, among many, Yonkers Palisades Preparatory School, Sarah Lawrence College Theatre Outreach, and Youth Theatre Interactions. The YoHo Artist Community brought November’s Day of the Dead to life with original art in view in the Lobby. Opening the Museum’s galleries, the Planetarium, and Amphitheater performances on summer Friday and Saturday nights, free to all, was the ticket for over 5,000 people in 2014, and bigger is ahead. Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, comedy, film, and music, ring out June through August 2015. All innocent fun but be on the lookout for “Sin” in the galleries. ENVY holds court in fairy tales and the photography of Adrien Broom in Envy: One Sin, Seven Stories. The Museum collaborated with the Fairfield Westchester Museum Alliance to present The Seven Deadly Sins exhibitions, Summer 2015. 25


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July Macbeth Modern take on Shakespeare’s tale of witches and warlords who plot for Scotland’s throne.

July Fri 10 Sat 11

The Slide Brothers Blues, rock, and soul in Sacred Steel tradition.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry meets up with a Dark Arts teacher and a convicted murderer. 142 min. PG. 2004. Dir. Alfonso Cuaron

Fri 17

Cocomama

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August Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company Improv comedy from America’s premier comedy school.

Fri 24

NO BS Brass Band

Sat 25

Frozen Sing-a-Long

Eleven-piece brass band makes dance-able and high-energy sound.

Walt Disney animates fairy tale Snow Queen. 108 minutes. PG. 2014. Dir. Jennifer Lee

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Crystal Monee Hall Folk, gospel, and blues in elegant vocal sound.

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National Comedy Theater

Fri 7

Timothy Bloom

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An Iliad

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Osekre

Pick fast funny games and scenes for New York’s improv comedians to perform. Then, choose the winners.

R&B star mixes rock and soul.

A “Poet” unleashes the story of war’s horrors and heroes.

Lively Afropop and ska, punk, and reggae blend.

Salsa on brass, drums, and strings.

Sat 15

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Fri 21

Yonkers Community Music Showcase

Sat 22

The Tempest

Music

Snake pits to pyrotechnics to Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) — all thrills. 115 min. PG. 1981. Dir. George Lucas and Steven Spielberg

Performers from our neighborhood — song, dance, drama, and spoken word.

Modern take on Shakespeare’s sorcerer, Prospero, who meets shipwrecked enemies and conjures magic. Movies

Comedy

Amphitheater Summer 2015 programs have been sponsored, in part, by and Henry E. Niles Foundation. Additional support for Music provided by Movies by ; July 24/25 Weekend sponsored by

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Museum open Friday and Saturday Nights FREE, 5 to 8 pm

Friday and Saturday Planetarium Shows FREE, 7 pm

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We salute Peter Kelly, great friend of the Museum, for all of his support and for his dedication to the revitalization of Yonkers

Jan and Warren Adelson

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Congratulations Peter  Kelly    

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2015 SEASON

The Winter’s Tale A Midsummer Night’s Dream The Arabian Nights An Iliad And

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Kurt Rhoads in The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 2014 Photo: William Marsh

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Images from Victorian Fairy Painting, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1997 on the occasion of the exhibition Victorian Fairy Painting, organized by the Royal Academy of Arts, London and the University of Iowa Museum of Art. Edward Robert Hughes. Midsummer Eve. Watercolour with gouache on paper mounted on board. Private Collection, Cover John Atkinson Grimshaw. Iris, 1866. Oil on canvas. Leeds Museums and Galleries, Front Cover, inside Edmund Dulac. She Found Herself Face to Face With a Stately and Beautiful Lady. Original drawing for Beauty and the Beast, 1910. Watercolour with pen and ink. The Board of Trustees of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Back Cover, inside

Theodore von Holst. Fairy Lovers, c.1833-40. Oil on canvas. Tate Gallery, London, p. 2

Richard Doyle. In Fairyland, or Pictures from the Elf World, The Fairy Queen Takes an Airy Dive, 1869 Colored wood engraving The Board of Trustees of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, p. 6

Thomas Maybank. The Court of Faerie, 1906. Gouache on paper. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Carter, p. 17

John Anster Fitzgerald. Ariel, c. 1858. Watercolour and gouache on paper Board of Trustees of the National Museums and Galleries on Mercyside “Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool”, p. 28, 29 Richard Doyle. An Old Fairy Tale Told Anew, 1866. The Prince Enters the Wood..., wood engraving The British Museum, London, p. 35

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Journal for "An Enchanted Evening"  

Journal for "An Enchanted Evening," a Gala Benefit for the Hudson River Museum held on June 5, 2015. The event honored Peter X. Kelly, owner...

Journal for "An Enchanted Evening"  

Journal for "An Enchanted Evening," a Gala Benefit for the Hudson River Museum held on June 5, 2015. The event honored Peter X. Kelly, owner...

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