Local Artist, John Laudenslager, will exhibit photographs from the area using mulitple methods of photo developement. Born in Philadelphia in 1943, he studied graphic arts, photography and painting in Philadelphia, Tokyo, Brooklyn and New York. He also studied Montessori Method School Teaching in Philadelphia and Bergamo and has taught at primary schools in Philadelphia, Tokyo and New Jersey. He has exhibited his works of photography, collages and author books in America, Japan and Italy.
Saturday, February 6, 3:00-4:30 pm
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
4881 Broadway @ 204th Street
Learn how to be an architect with this two-part class. Continue reading STEAM with Dr. Leonisa Ardizzone at Dyckman Farmhouse
$25.00 (includes shipping).
In addition to a new historic view of the farmhouse each month, the calendar also includes over 40 dates of local historic interest. Continue reading Dyckman Farmhouse 2016 Wall Calendar
Dyckman Farmhouse Museum tells the story of rural Northern Manhattan, a landscape and a lifestyle that disappeared in the transformation from farming community to urban neighborhood. Through the story of the Dyckman family and farm the museum explores life in early 19th century rural Manhattan and the preservation of that memory in the early 20th century. During the city period, 1915-1916, the neighborhood was transforming and the Dyckman sisters responded by saving the farmhouse and creating the museum.