Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Utica

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The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute (MWPAI) is a regional fine arts center founded in 1919 and located in Utica, New York. The institute has three program divisions:

Museum of art

Performing arts

School of art
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  • Wonderful Exhibit at MWPAI in Utica. Also nice permanent small selection of Thomas Cole and Other Hudson Valley School Artists! It was worth the 4.5 hr drive from Brooklyn. Also museum provides free.....  more
    Wonderful Exhibit at MWPAI in Utica. Also nice permanent small selection of Thomas Cole and Other Hudson Valley School Artists! It was worth the 4.5 hr drive from Brooklyn. Also museum provides free.....  more »
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  • Great small town museum. Works of art from ranging from Frederick Church, Thomas Cole, Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko. Much of the art focuses on New York State and the Mohawk Valley. Saw interesting exhibition on "Fashioning Art From Paper," featuring an artist that constructed garments from different periods of history ranging from the Renaissance to the early 20th Century. Fountain Elms house connected to museum is also a must see. Well decorated. Reflective of the Gilded Age. Admission is free! Can't go wrong here.
  • Didn't go there went to St Validimar Church to make pierogies

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