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Videos

April 13, 2016 - Wellesley Island artist and grammy-nominated songwriter, John Elwood Cook, will expand on his last presentation, talking about his distinctive artistic practice of pairing a work of art and a song.


March 9, 2016 - Art Highlight & Tea Series: Museum Trustee Dick Johnson talks about the Brockville & Morristown Transportation Company, which operated ferryboats on the St. Lawrence River for nearly 50 years, ending in 1952.


February 10, 2016 - Art Highlight & Tea Series: Director Laura Foster discusses a "new" loaned Remington painting and a recent acquisition. 

 


January 13, 2016 - Art Highlight & Tea Series: Places Lost and Found: Reimagining in the Post Urban Renewal Era - Click to view Slide Show


Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Art Highlights & Tea Lecture: "How Did Frederic Remington Do That?!" Museum docent Dagmar Jaunzems focused on Remington's artistic style and achievements.



January 13, 2015 - NCPR's interview: Ogdensburg's Remington Museums gets its Big Apple moment 
North Country Path Through History - The Frederic Remington Art Museum Gilded Age 


October 15, 2014 - Riverquest - The Frederic Remington Art Museum by McLellan Group 


January 13, 2014 - NCPR's Todd Moe interviews Laura A. Foster, Director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum, about the museum's recent acquisition of Ninth Calvary Colored Troops on Washing Duty in the Gulf, an 1898 original wash drawing by Remington. The new addition will be on display in the Addie Priest Newell Gallery. Interview


 
May 18, 2013 - Liana Voia interviews Laura A. Foster, Director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum. Interview

Wright’s lecture revolves around his path as an artist and influences. The lecture explores Wright’s influences from elementary school to his current professional career in editorial and gallery work. All sections of the talk merge into the central focus, which is Wright’s philosophy of art and how he hopes his work may contribute to the rich history of image makers.