The online exhibit Binary Visions was updated in the fall of 2020 by HHS intern Brooke Cammann, under the supervision of Ashley Campone, HHS Collections Manager. Josephine Bloodgood, HHS Director of Curatorial and Preservation Affairs provided valuable input, editing, and cover design. Jennifer Palmentiero and Zachary Spalding with Southeastern New York Library Resources Council provided essential technical support and assistance to complete the online exhibit.
2011 Exhibit Acknowledgments
Binary Visions: 19th-Century Woven Coverlets from the Collection of Historic Huguenot Street (January 26 — March 18, 2011)
This 2011 exhibition was developed by the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in partnership with Historic Huguenot Street. The partners gratefully acknowledge the contributions of S. Rabbit Goody, consulting textile historian, and the following individuals: Ashley Hurlburt, Curatorial Assistant, Historic Huguenot Street; Mary Kastner, Director, Design and Printing Services, SUNY New Paltz; Ed Felton, Wood Studio Instructor, SUNY New Paltz; Ward Mintz, Executive Director, The Coby Foundation; J. Gilbert Plantinga, photographer, Dylan McManus, artist and photographer’s assistant, and Jessica Kimmel, Dorsky Museum intern.
Historic Huguenot Street: Christina Bark, Executive Director; Leslie LeFevre-Stratton, Curator of Collections; Richard Heyl de Ortiz, Director of Marketing, Development and Visitation; Ashley Hurlburt, Curatorial Assistant; and Eric Roth, Former Executive Director.
Major support for this exhibition and its related programs has been provided by The Coby Foundation, Marianne Murray and Richard Rowley, with additional support from the Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union.
Funding for Dorsky Museum exhibitions and programs is provided by the Friends of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art and the State University of New York at New Paltz.
This exhibition was developed jointly by the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art in partnership with Historic Huguenot Street. The partnership is an exemplary one, thanks to the efforts of the following key individuals:
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art:Wayne Lempka, Collections Manager/Registrar; Amy Pickering, Visitors Services Coordinator; Bob Wagner, Preparator; Brian Wallace, Curator; and Carrie Wardle, Graduate Assistant.
S. Rabbit Goody:consulting textile historian and weaver.
Other individuals who provided important expertise include Mary Kastner, Director, Design and Printing Services, SUNY New Paltz; Ed Felton, Wood Studio Instructor, SUNY New Paltz; Ward Mintz, Executive Director, The Coby Foundation; Gilbert Plantinga, photographer; Dylan McManus, artist and photographer’s assistant; and Jessica Kimmel, Dorsky Museum intern.
Leslie LeFevre-Stratton, Curator of Collections, Historic Huguenot Street, and Brian Wallace, Curator, Dorsky Museum (at the time of the exhibit, January 2011)