Digital Highlights

Enjoy a bit of what’s amazing about Storm King without leaving home. This page connects you to new and popular content from our digital library to watch, browse, and share.


Learn more about Storm King’s 2023 exhibitions: Martin Puryear: Process and Scale, Beatriz Cortez: The Volcano That Left, Ugo Rondinone: the sun and the moon (seen here), and Outlooks: RA Walden.


Virtual Programs

Recordings of all virtual programs are available on Vimeo. Featured here: A Conversation Between Artist Beatriz Cortez and Associate Curator Eric Booker.


Two people in a rowboat on the Storm King pond

Archive Features

These narrative slideshows include images, documents, and ephemera from the Storm King Archives that illuminate the Art Center’s history and often untold stories. Browse >


Oral History Program

Launched in 2019, Storm King’s Oral History Program features interviews with artists and leaders who have been instrumental in the 60+ years since the Art Center’s founding. Watch >

dome-shaped brick sculpture shown in profile against green grass and trees

Storm King Collection

Learn more about the artworks in Storm King’s collection, including our two most-recent permanent commissions: Lookout by Martin Puryear (seen here) and Fallen Sky by Sarah Sze. Browse Artworks >


Capital Project

Storm King’s first-ever capital project comprises new visitor welcome amenities; a dedicated conservation, fabrication, and maintenance building; and a holistic approach to environmental sustainability. Details >

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