Director and Curator of The Leiber Collection, Ann Fristoe Stewart, shares a fascinating look into the life story of Judith and Gerson Leiber, from their experiences in WWII, their courtship and marriage, and their move to New York City, to their life in Springs.
This new series welcomes families to drop in one Saturday a month to join LIM educators in the studio and participate in a hands-on activity or art project inspired by exhibitions on view. This month we are making geometric collages inspired by Reynold Ruffin's Lighthouse featured in the Painting Partnership: Reynold and Joan Ruffin exhibition. […]
Join Associate Curator of American Art at LACMA, Shannon Vittoria, for a free virtual talk about her research on Mary Nimmo Moran (1842-1899), a 19th-century landscape painter and prominent etcher. Moran is featured in our current The Power of Two exhibition with her husband and fellow artist Thomas Moran. The couple first visited East Hampton […]
Join us for this unique art-making opportunity! In this one-day workshop, you’ll have the chance to create your own work of art, instructed by SOMOS and The Power of Two artist Isadora Capraro. Isadora Capraro (b.1994, Italy) is a figurative painter based in Southampton, NY. Adults and children 14 and up. Registration Registration and payment […]
Stop by the History Museum to meet student artists featured in the Colors of Long Island exhibition to learn about their process, work, and artistic vision. Free with admission.