LI museums celebrate Women's History Month

Check out exhibits by women artists at Parrish Art Museum, the Long Island Museum and more.

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Upcoming Events

The Art of William Sidney Mount: Long Island People of Color on Canvas with Vivian Nicholson-Mueller

Feb24

In The Art of William Sidney Mount: Long Island People of Color on Canvas, a deeply researched labor of love, authors Katherine Kirkpatrick and Vivian Nicholson-Mueller profile the long-forgotten people in eleven of Mount’s paintings. Join Vivian Nicholson-Mueller on this historical journey as she publicly honors the once anonymous models by name. Refreshments will be served. Reserve

Where

Rogers Memorial Library

91 Coopers Farm Road

Southampton, NY

Phone

631-283-2494

Price

free

The Art of William Sidney Mount: Long Island People of Color on Canvas

Feb24

Author Vivian Nicholson-Mueller will profile the people of color who modeled for 11 of William Sidney Mount's paintings, refreshments will be served, limited space, register

Where

Rogers Memorial Library

91 Coopers Farm Rd.

Southampton, NY

Phone

631-283-0774

Price

free

Website
myrml.org

The Art of William Sidney Mount: Long Island People of Color on Canvas Primary

Feb24

Nineteenth-century artist William Sidney Mount’s paintings depict scenes of what once was the rural life on the north shore of Long Island. Born in Setauket, his artwork features many people of color, agricultural laborers, domestic workers, and musicians from the Three Village area (Stony Brook, Setauket, and Old Field) and the nearby communities. In The Art of William Sidney Mount: Long Island People of Color on Canvas, a deeply researched labor of love, authors Katherine Kirkpatrick and Vivian Nicholson-Mueller profile the long-forgotten people in eleven of Mount’s paintings. Join Vivian Nicholson-Mueller on this historical journey as she publicly honors the once anonymous models by name. Refreshments will be served.

Where

Rogers Memorial Library

91 Coopers Farm Rd

Southampton, NY

Phone

631-283-0774 X 523

Price

free

Website
myrml.org
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