Our education department hosts interesting and informative lectures, musical programs and workshops throughout the year to tie in with our exhibitions. Most programs are free with regular museum admission. Check the calendar for a schedule of upcoming programs.
Museum staff will lead an informative tour of Jane Peterson: At Home and Abroad in the Art Museum. Afterward, a librarian from Emma S. Clark Memorial Library in Setauket will lead a discussion based on the novel, I Always Love You, a story of artists Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas by Robin Oliveira. Register online […]
Save the date for the museum’s 3rd annual Arts and Alzheimer’s Conference for healthcare works, caregivers and art organizations. Learn about the collaborative art opportunities available for individuals living the Alzheimer’s Disease in our community. Please contact Assistant Director of Education Beth Chiarelli to receive full program details.
Kick off your summer at LIM! Join us for select Thursday evenings this summer for unique ways to experience the LIM after hours. Museum educator Kristin Cuomo will discuss different forms of printmaking and show you how to create your own custom print. Port Jeff Brewing Co. will be on the grounds with seasonal beer […]
In this two-part collaboration with Gallery North, Lorena Salcedo-Watson begins with a talk & gallery tour of the Revolution in Printmaking: Larry Rivers and Universal Limited Art Editions exhibition at LIM. Continue with a printmaking demonstration at Gallery North. Salcedo-Watson’s expertise with ULAE gives participants a unique, multi-layered experience at two of Three Village’s artistic […]
Join Larry Rivers Foundations’ David Joel for a talk and tour of Larry Rivers and the Rise of Universal Limited Arts Editions. Joel will discuss the artist and his experience working with the foundation. Guests will have a unique chance to view the exhibition through the eyes of someone on the inside. This program is […]
Journalist and author Anthony Flint talks about his book Wrestling with Moses: How Jane Jacobs Took on New York’s Master Builder and Transformed the American City. Flint will lead the audience on an introspective journey into the battle between Moses and activist Jane Jacobs. Afterward, visit the Robert Moses exhibition to gain additional insight into […]