Events, News & Announcements
Learn more about the NYSM's ongoing exhibition World Trade Center: Rescue, Recovery, Response and the addition of the Kristen Artz collection of photographs documenting commuters entering the World Trade Center Mall in weeks prior to the September 11 attacks.
Join hosts Devin and Lauren as they discuss the “Burned Over District,” and how upstate New York became a “cauldron” of emergent religions and alternative communities during the 19th century.
In August 2021, the NYSM acquired 200 artifacts from the LAMAR Institute in Savannah, Georgia. These artifacts are the result of the only systematic archaeological study of three Revolutionary War battlefield sites on the north shore of Long Island.
Looking for easy-to-access educational activities, videos, and resources for your kids, students, or even just for yourself? Visit this educational one-stop-shop webpage based on NYSM research and collections.
Internationally recognized printmaker Frank C. Eckmair had an intimate affinity for the quiet landscape of rural central New York. View a selection of the artist's work, learn more about the process of printmaking, and download educational materials.
Access video of the panel discussion and additional educational resources related to the conversation on how we can interpret the lives of enslaved people otherwise absent from the historical record through material culture.
The NYS Office of Cultural Education has created the NYS COVID-19 Documentation Initiative website to help statewide organizations document, share, and support one another throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
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