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– 4.26/ SAG HARBOR CINEMA Arts Center / Sag Harbor Partnership

by April 26, 2017
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Sag Harbor Theater interior — photo by Michael Heller.   Long Live the Sag Harbor Cinema — Meet the New Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Sag Harbor Partnership, after months of negotiations, has entered into a contract to purchase Read more »

– 4.21 / PLT: Environment, Farmland & Water Receive Support in NYS Budget

by April 21, 2017
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NEW YORK STATE BUDGET   The Environment, including Farmland Protection and Water Quality, Receive Strong Support in FY 2017/2018 Budget ——————— With thanks to many, the New York State budget announced on April 10 includes strong support for the environment and conservation initiatives focused on water Read more »

— 3.30/ James Merrell / Journal: Photography vs. Experience

by March 30, 2017
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Photography vs. Experience   Our design philosophy starts with the recognition that architectural photos are not architecture, and that photography is, in fact, not especially well-suited to the task of communicating architectural experience. Yet photos so thoroughly mediate our perceptions of architecture that it is impossible to discuss the Read more »

— 3.24/ AIA Peconic & AIA’s GrassRoots Annual Meeting

by March 24, 2017
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AIA’s GrassRoots Meeting   The American Institute of Architects recently held their annual GrassRoots meeting in Washington, D.C. The three-day conference took place at the Grand Hyatt and was attended by over 600 leaders and decision makers from the U.S. and abroad. This annual event provides educational and motivating Read more »

— 3.18/ Art Omi: URGENT — SAVE THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS

by March 18, 2017
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“Art is a nation’s most precious heritage. For it is in our works of art that we reveal to ourselves, and to others, the inner vision which guides us as a Nation. And where there is no vision, the people perish.” – President Lyndon Read more »

— 2.28/ Preservation League of NYS: Public Policy ACTION ALERT

by February 28, 2017
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  We Must Protect Historic Tax Credits   I’m writing to share the latest news from Congress regarding the Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program. As a supporter of historic preservation with an interest in Public Policy, you know how tremendously important the tax credit is to New York State. Read more »

— 2.24 / AIA Peconic: 2016 DANIEL J. ROWEN MEMORIAL DESIGN AWARDS

by February 24, 2017
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  2016 Daniel J. Rowen Memorial Design Awards   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Honor Award / Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse SchappacherWhite Architecture Project: Wm. Farmer & Sons Boarding & Barroom  Nearly two centuries old, the historic structures housing Wm. Farmer & Sons in Hudson, New York, were a strong inspiration Read more »

James Merrell / Journal: Moby Dick and Modern Architecture

by February 7, 2017
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Claus Hoie, Moby Dick. Watercolor 21 x 29.  Moby Dick and Modern Architecture   I’m a firm believer that the arts should inform each other, and that the written arts are a great complement to the visual arts.  But I was not prepared for how deeply my recent reading of Read more »

PLT: Preserve of the Month / 2017: Downs Farm Preserve, Southold — NEW 4.20

by January 14, 2017
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Preserve Spotlight / April 2017   Downs Farm Preserve, Southold   Beginning in the mid-1990s, the Peconic Land Trust worked with conservationist Russ McCall as well as the Baxter and Ginsburg families, the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Read more »

— 4.22/ SCHS: Photo of the Week: Long Island’s Tercentenary, 1936

by January 7, 2017
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SUFFOLK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIEY ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~` MEMBERSHIP DRIVE If you’ve been enjoying our Photo of the Week, please consider becoming a member of SCHS. From the Civil War to civil rights, revolutions to restorations, spies to Suffragettes, boatbuilders to bootleggers, and whalers to wineries, Long Island’s history comes Read more »

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