Explore the interwoven stories of the Lloyd family, the family of Jupiter Hammon, and chattel slavery in what would become the United States.
Artwork from nine contemporary Indigenous artists centers this exhibition, offering an inquisitive look at the history and on-going relations between Indigenous people and land.
In celebration of the launch of The Art of Edward Lange interactive website, view a select number of original artworks in Preservation Long Island’s collection by Edward Lange (1846–1912), who painted homesteads, local businesses, railroad depots, and harbor front in precise detail during the 1870s and 80s.
Part of the international exhibition, Art Off-Screen, Reposition Relocation is a FREE outdoor contemporary art installation on view in Sag Harbor inspired by historic furnishings at the Custom House.
Featuring highlights from Preservation Long Island’s collections, this exhibition dives into the facts (or lack thereof) behind popular myths and misconceptions about early American life often encountered at historic house museums.
Seventy years ago, SPLIA was founded. At its center was Howard C. Sherwood, a wealthy urban antiquarian who bequeathed to the Society his collection of American antiques and the 18th-century Sherwood-Jayne Farm.