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April 2022

Sunday Salon: Cole Fellows' Research Presentations

    • Mon, 04/04/2022
  • 218 Spring St, Catskill, NY 12414

The 2021-2022 Class of Cole Fellows Research Presentations

Sunday, April 4 at 2pm | Thomas Cole's New Studio

Join Isabelle Bohling, Adaeze Dikko, Brooke Krancer and Oriana Tang, 2021-2022 Cole Fellows, as they share their original primary research conducted over the course of their fellowship. Spanning deep dives into the work of Thomas Cole to the history of land protection to previously unknown stories of the people who once lived and worked at Cedar Grove, these presentations will be full of new discovers and fascinating research that is vital to future site-wide initiatives.

Sunday Salons are free, with a suggested donation of $12.

If the location is switched online to Zoom, a link for you to join will automatically be emailed to the address you provide when signing up.

All visitors must provide proof of vaccination status and wear a face covering when indoors. All visitors must maintain a distance of six feet from individuals who are not part of your household at all times while visiting the Thomas Cole Historic Site. If you or a member of your household does not feel well, please stay home.


Support for the Thomas Cole National Historic Site programs and operations provided by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, The Bay & Paul Foundations, the Enoch Foundation, The Manitou Fund, Humanities New York SHARP Grant with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the federal American Rescue Plan, The Educational Foundation of America, The J. M. Kaplan Fund, Tianaderrah Foundation, and the Kindred Spirits Society of the Thomas Cole National Historic Site.


Image: Brooke Krancer, Oriana Tang, Adaeze Dikko, and Isabelle Bohling, Class of 2021-2022 Cole Fellows, photo by Kate Menconeri


Thomas Cole National Historic Site