Artists At Home: Historic Artists Homes & Studios Program

Artists At Home: Historic Artists Homes & Studios Program

April to July 2019

This photographic exhibition celebrates The Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio's acceptance into The Historic Artists' Homes and Studios Program (HAHS) of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

With more than 30 member museums across the country, HAHS is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the places where art was made. In this exhibition, over 50 photographs will honor the amazing creative spaces of American artists whose studios have become part of HAHS, including Thomas and Mary Nimmo Moran.

Image Courtesy of East Hampton Library
This exhibit was made possible with support of the Henry Luce Foundation and the Wyeth Foundation for American Art.

Victorian Christmas at the Moran Studio

Victorian Christmas at the Moran Studio

Thomas and Mary Nimmo Moran Studio, Decemeber 2018

See the The Studio decked out for an 18th century Christmas celebration. Complete with period clothing, children's toys, a table set for a holiday feast, and period decorations throughout.

You're Invited: 150 Years of Parties & Picnics in East Hampton

You're Invited: 150 Years of Parties & Picnics in East Hampton

Clinton Academy, 1784 Summer 2018

Our summer 2018 exhibition featured a festive theme highlighting objects and stories from clambakes, picnics, parties, and celebrations of the last 150 years.

Vignettes included scenes of Main Street, LVIS fairs, Fourth of July parades, beach picnics, and summer tourists at the railroad station.