The Harlem Renaissance Planning Group will formulate a program commemorating the centenary of this defining decade in the history of the Harlem community and American culture.
Ulster County Historical Society wishes to collaborate with other organizations and individuals in researching the Elverhoj Arts & Crafts Colony once active in Milton, New York. This
After the successful launch of Urban Archive Newburgh, the focus is now building organizational sustainability by strengthening our consortium’s full integration of the Urban Archive platform. This means we will envision, determine, and implement community and marketing strategies for wider dissemination, create templates for expanding new and existing partnerships, as well as invest in the capacity, strategy, and processes for Urban Archive Newburgh to be a living archive rooted in public impact.
HHS hires consultants to enhance its archaeology field school by establishing written protocols and oversight of the current program that is led by SUNY New Paltz, thereby maximizing the museum’s resources for educational programs and preservation purposes.
In 2020, the Putnam History Museum presents community programming about influential women and local suffrage activists of Putnam County and surrounding Hudson Valley communities in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment.
The Mosaic Literary Conference presents creative ways for keeping books and reading valuable sources of knowledge and creativity that help incorporate literature into existing curricula to explore course work focused on cultures and social studies.
In honor of Boscobel House and Gardens’ 60th anniversary—and with the aim of diversifying the content and format of its interpretive programming—“The Boscobel Rock Musical: A Revolutionary War Adventure” is performed live by local musicians and a theatre group, who tell the history of Boscobel in a new and engaging way.
The Path Home is a digital traveling exhibition that presents a seminal moment in America’s immigration history—the welcoming of almost three million new Americans through the bipartisan Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986—and highlights its impact on the United States today. The exhibit focuses on the pioneering work of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, whose long history of advocacy for labor, women’s rights, and undocumented workers helped lead to IRCA.