• Two Centuries of Long Island Women Artists, 1800-2000

  • Atoms to Cosmos: The Story of Brookhaven National Laboratory

  • The Carriage Museum

LIM Galleries Are Open With New Exhibitions!

The LIM will invite visitors to explore two new exhibitions, Two Centuries of Long Island Women Artists, 1800-2000 and The 23rd Annual Colors of Long Island Student Art Exhibition on March 3, 2022

Spring 2022 Exhibitions

Two Centuries of Long Island Women Artists, 1800-2000.

On view March 3, 2022- September 4, 2022, this exhibition aims to provide a survey of the history of women artists on Long Island, exploring and emphasizing their significance, which has reverberated far beyond this region. By focusing an exhibition entirely on women’s contributions to art history in this region, from Brooklyn to Montauk, over 200 years, this project provides an enormous opportunity to provide a new fuller, richer accounting of women’s prolific and ever-changing impacts.

Atoms to Cosmos: The Story of Brookhaven National Laboratory. Originally scheduled to open in March, 2020, this ambitious exhibition will run from April 22, 2022- October 16, 2022 and will invite audiences to explore the social, scientific, and technological history of one of Long Island’s most important and internationally-influential modern institutions since 1947, Brookhaven National Laboratory. The Lab operates as a United States Department of Energy national laboratory at the forefront of crucial scientific research and development. As one of Suffolk County’s leading employers and a vital economic and cultural center with a long, complex, often misunderstood, and sometimes controversial past, BNL’s story will have enormous audience appeal. In partnership with the Lab, LIM will tell the important BNL story to our visitors through a combination of more than 150 artifacts, historic photographs, film, and interactive components.

Join us as we honor Board of Trustees Chair, Thomas M. Sullivan at the LIM’s Annual Golf Outing

July 11, 2022 at St. George’s Golf & Country Club in Setauket

After a two year hiatus because of the pandemic, the LIM is excited to bring back this event to the community by honoring Thomas M. Sullivan, Market Manager of Evolve Bank & Trust and the LIM’s Board of Trustees Chair. Registration for the tournament begins at 10 a.m. with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Immediately following, the Museum will host a cocktail party and awards dinner where Tom and the tournament winners will be recognized.
“I am thrilled to be the honoree at the upcoming Golf Tournament,” said Tom. “The Long Island Museum is truly a special place that provides so much to the community ranging from educational experiences for children, along with existing collections, fascinating exhibitions and events for people of all ages. My connection to the museum dates back to over twenty-five years ago when I first took my family there for a visit. Each time since then, I have found it to be a place filled with enriching experiences that just keeps drawing me back to visit again.”

For more information about the tournament or to become a sponsor CLICK HERE

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A Checklist of Long Island Artists by Ronald G. Pisano and D. Frederick Baker in collaboration with the Long Island Museum, 2022

The LIM is proud of their newest publication A Checklist of Long Island Artists of the Nineteenth to the Mid-Twentieth Centuries, a fully-illustrated, full-color 100-page selective and alphabetized checklist of more than 1,000 artists (painters, printmakers, and sculptors) who lived and/or worked on Long Island during the time frame covered by the volume.

For book orders contact:

Megan Witalis
Gift Store & Visitor Services Manager, LIM mwitalis@longislandmuseum.org

Long Road to Freedom: Surviving Slavery on Long Island

Based on the 2019 exhibition of the same name, the publication written by LIM’s Curator Jonathan M. Olly, Ph.D., focuses on the experiences of people of color from the 17th to 19th centuries. The five-chapter publication explores: how slavery operated, how African Americans resisted bondage, navigated the era of emancipation, and built communities in the decades after slavery, from Brooklyn to the Hamptons.

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