Featuring highlights from Preservation Long Island’s collections, our latest exhibition dives into the facts (or lack thereof) behind popular myths about early American life.
Curator’s Gallery Talk: Saturday, July 14th, 2018 at 2pm
$10 members; $15 non-members.
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June 8, 2018 to November 18, 2018
Thursdays through Sundays, 12 PM–4 PM
As we celebrate our 70th anniversary under a new name, Howard Sherwood: Preserving Long Island, honors the legacy of Preservation Long Island’s founder.
Curated by Franklin Hill Perrell of the Artful Circle with special thanks to Debra Wells #MyLongIslandLandmarks, was inspired by an Instagram hashtag. We reached out to the community asking for depictions of favorite Long Island landmarks so that people would think about Long Island as a place of history and […]
Dedicated to the late Huyler Held (1925-2012), a Preservation Long Island past president and its longest standing trustee, this exhibit featured many of Preservation Long Island’s most significant acquisitions. Ranging from eighteenth and nineteenth century masterworks of Long Island decorative arts to 20th century ephemera, these objects and images tell […]
Step back in time to see how Long Island was in the early 1900s at our exhibit, Long Island at Work and at Play: Early 20th Century Photographs from Preservation Long Island’s Collections. These never before seen images are just some of the gems of Preservation Long Island’s collections. Featuring […]