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Exhibit–‘Treasures on the Terrace: Highlights from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library’

September 24–December 6. The Hispanic Society is excited to present the outdoor installation, Treasures on the Terrace: Highlights from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library. Drawing on the museum’s world-renowned collection, large-scale photographic reproductions feature 19 works from Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Peru dating from the 16th through the 20th centuries. The installation also features an audio component through QR codes, narrated by community voices and offering further information about the art.

Treasures on the Terrace is made possible through the generosity of Lorenzo Family Foundation and an anonymous donor, committed to making the Hispanic Society increasingly accessible. The Hispanic Society also gratefully thanks members of the community for their active involvement in the audio component, and Boricua College for its collaboration.

Dyckman Farmhouse Exhibition : “Unspoken Voices, Honoring the Legacy of Black America”

As we embark on a new exhibition in collaboration with three local artists, each moved by the subject matter of the research that the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum has been doing on the people that were enslaved on the Dyckman Farm, there are so many factors at play. We are in the midst of a global pandemic and the racial injustices in this country have reached a tipping point. Now more than ever, we at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum feel that it is imperative that we continue to expand upon the narrative that we tell at the museum. We are so happy to have Gwendolyn Black, Sheila Prevost and Rachel Sydlowski here to react to these previously untold and important stories in their own way.

Exhibit–‘Treasures on the Terrace: Highlights from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library’

September 24–December 6. The Hispanic Society is excited to present the outdoor installation, Treasures on the Terrace: Highlights from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library. Drawing on the museum’s world-renowned collection, large-scale photographic reproductions feature 19 works from Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Peru dating from the 16th through the 20th centuries. The installation also features an audio component through QR codes, narrated by community voices and offering further information about the art.

Treasures on the Terrace is made possible through the generosity of Lorenzo Family Foundation and an anonymous donor, committed to making the Hispanic Society increasingly accessible. The Hispanic Society also gratefully thanks members of the community for their active involvement in the audio component, and Boricua College for its collaboration.

Dyckman Farmhouse Exhibition : “Unspoken Voices, Honoring the Legacy of Black America”

As we embark on a new exhibition in collaboration with three local artists, each moved by the subject matter of the research that the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum has been doing on the people that were enslaved on the Dyckman Farm, there are so many factors at play. We are in the midst of a global pandemic and the racial injustices in this country have reached a tipping point. Now more than ever, we at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum feel that it is imperative that we continue to expand upon the narrative that we tell at the museum. We are so happy to have Gwendolyn Black, Sheila Prevost and Rachel Sydlowski here to react to these previously untold and important stories in their own way.