Exhibitions of postwar and contemporary art. Situated on a former dairy farm, our campus of converted galleries consists of a 19th-century stone farmhouse, three barns, as well as a reception center and cafe. Our property’s 5 historic buildings make up approximately 6,000 sq. feet of museum-quality exhibition space. The farmhouse and barns sit next to a waterfall on a tributary of the Black River, and are surrounded by approximately 400 acres of pastures, hayfields and extensive woodland. Outdoor sculptures by world-renown artists are installed throughout the grounds. Exhibitions are held seasonally, from May through November.
Founded in 2007, the Hall Art Foundation makes available postwar and contemporary art works from its own collection and that of Andrew and Christine Hall for the enjoyment and education of the public.