BY BENJAMIN COLEMAN
The Detroit Institute of Arts presents ‘Detroit Style: Car Design in the Motor City, 1950–2020,’ a monumental exhibition celebrating an artform pioneered around its hometown.
BY LOUISA BROUWER
I am delighted to expand on the ‘Country Life’ cameo and feature a few more of my favorite things, as a Curator for the National Trust.
BY TARYN CLARY
The Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios (HAHS), authored by program manager Valerie A. Balint (Princeton Architectural Press) was conceived as an easily accessible and visually-forward guide.
BY LAUREN BRINCAT
In March of 2019, Preservation Long Island launched the Jupiter Hammon Project, a long-term initiative to transform how we engage our community in the interpretation of Lloyd Manor’s history of enslavement.
BY DREW WALTON
As the Decorative Arts Trust Digital Humanities Fellow, I worked on a Cultural Heritage Project and exhibitions titled ‘The Long Rifle in Virginia’ and ‘Looking Back: Photography of Early Washington County, VA.’
BY KAYLI RIDEOUT
With support from a Decorative Arts Trust Summer Research Grant, I traveled to Richmond and Petersburg, VA, conducting research for my PhD dissertation about memorial windows produced by Tiffany Studios.
BY CHRISTIE JACKSON
Long Hill is a Federal Revival home designed by the Boston firm Richardson, Barott & Richardson for Ellery and Mabel Cabot Sedgwick.