The Yager features permanent and changing exhibitions of fine art, archaeology and ethnography, with collections ranging from ancient artifacts of the Upper Susquehannas first human inhabitants to contemporary art. Among the collections strengths are North and South American ethnography, Renaissance art, American Impressionism and Andy Warhol. In addition to being a center for exploration of our artistic, archaeological, ethnographical, historical, and cultural heritage, the Museum serves as an experiential learning lab for Hartwick students and visitors alike.
Summer 2018 exhibitions:
Contested Identities: Images of Native Americans, 1880-1930, Elting Gallery.
Black Lives at Hartwick Then and Now, Betty Warren Herzog Gallery.
Along the Rails: Willard Yager, Native American Art, and 20th Century Tourism, Main Gallery.
In a Modern Vein: Contemporary Art in the Yager Museum Collection, Main Gallery.
Of Time and the River: 12,000 Years in the Upper Susquehanna Region, Study Gallery, long-term exhibition.
Sandells Ecuador: Through Objects and Images, Main Gallery.
Masterpieces of European and American Art: the Hartwick College Art Treasure Room, Van Ess Gallery, permanent exhibition.
Summer Hours, June 1-July 31, 2018 Wednesday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm. Closed July 4; Closed August 1-August 26.
(Fall Hours will begin August 27)