Curator, Lauren Brincat, is a featured contributor to the winter issue of The Magazine of the Decorative Arts Trust. The article “Jupiter Hammon Project: Confronting Slavery at Long Island’s Joseph Lloyd Manor” gives national exposure to this long-term initiative.
Preservation Long Island seeks a curatorial fellow to work on the creation of a digital database and virtual exhibition focused on the artwork of Edward Lange, a self-trained painter who rendered the region’s towns, landscapes, and industries during the 1870s and 1880s.
Explore the interwoven stories of the Lloyd family, the family of Jupiter Hammon, and chattel slavery in what would become the United States.
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A new story map for Preservation Long Island’s Jupiter Hammon Project that explores the long-distance ties of kinship, bondage, travel, and trade across Jupiter Hammon’s world.