The poems of Jupiter Hammon, America’s first published African American writer, who authored his most significant works while enslaved at Joseph Lloyd Manor, are the focus of a CBS News Black History Month feature.
Join our team this exhibition season from March through December! We are seeking enthusiastic part-time/seasonal Gallery Guides to play a crucial role in enhancing our exhibitions by engaging directly with visitors in the gallery. Apply today!
Preservation Long Island joins a statewide coalition of advocates asking NYS officials to support an important enhancement to the New York State Historic Preservation Tax Credit program that will advance the development of affordable housing and community development projects in New York State.
Supported by the IMLS Inspire! Grants for Small Museums program, Preservation Long Island recently embarked on an project to inventory its entire collection of art and artifacts. Collections assistant, Alyson Katz, shares her experience.
Joseph Lloyd Manor and the Jupiter Hammon Project are the focus of a new episode of Treasures of New York, a documentary series streaming on WLIW and distributed to PBS stations across the country!
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