A Pen Pal Project.

Earth Day Celebrations.

At Home Lessons.

Culture from Home.

Calls to Creativity.

Who couldn’t use a pen pal “write” about now?
The Long Island Museum is proud to have partnered with the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University for a letter writing project. For more details on how your family can connect with a veteran in need of some joy, download the activity guide at: 

Earth Day April 22, 2020

This Earth Day, meet the diverse group of people—from scientists and activists to artists and fishermen—racing to save Louisiana’s wetlands from man-made climate change. Watch the new Smithsonian Channel documentary Last Call For The Bayou, on

Wednesday, April 22nd.

Go to @limuseum on Instagram and @LImuseum on Facebook for the live link.
April 22, 2020 marks 50 years of Earth Day. Add some color to your celebration with At Home With LIM’s Special Earth Edition Activity Guide.
To participate go to: AT HOME WITH LIM

Take a Tour from Home

Culture from the comfort and safety of your home! Take an online tour of the LIM’s current exhibition, A Century After: The Work of William M. Davis narrated by LIM’s Curator, Jonathan Olly.

Staying In the Moment

In the Moment is a program of art engagement for people with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of memory loss. During this time when it is not possible to visit in person, we are providing an opportunity to engage creatively together online by using images from our collection, along with guiding questions to help foster conversation. 
For current and past At Home In the Moment Activity Guides go to: In the Moment


The LIM believes in the power of the arts to unite us and soothe our collective spirit. The LIM invited our LIMarts members to share any current creative projects they are working on with our social media followers. Check out our Instagram and Facebook to see all the creative submissions. Maybe this will inspire you have your own #CallToCreativity!

At Home: New Lesson Hint

Let’s head to the kitchen!
Get ready for a fun lesson with pantry staples. This picture is a little hint as to what you’ll need for the lesson on Monday, April 27th.
For activity guides go to: At Home With LIM

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AAQ Resource: Lear + Mahoney Landscape Architecture