Hopper House Art Center – 82 North Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960. 845-358-0774. The birthplace and boyhood home of the famous realist painter Edward Hopper. The home was built in 1858. Hopper was born here in 1882, graduated from Nyack High School and died in 1967 and is buried in Nyackâ€™s Oak Hill Cemetery. The restored house is a New York State Historic Site. Todayâ€™s Hopper House is a community cultural center and a gallery space for artists. The ground floor is offers gallery space featuring monthly exhibits. The Edward Hopper House Art Center is located in a residential neighborhood, just a short stroll from the quaint shops of Nyack, so be courteous to the area residents. The restored garden is the setting for jazz concerts on summer evenings and is quite the charming scene. Handicapped accessible. Open Thursday through Sunday, 1-5pm. Admission Free. Click Below To Listen To The Podcast.
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