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is a global day of generosity.

Your support throughout the years has allowed us to build an ever-stronger community through artist talks, performances, concerts, lectures, book events, youth enrichment, and more.

Your gift on #GivingTuesday will help us continue our special programming in support of artists and creative minds in our community.

We are profoundly grateful for your support.

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All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. The Foundation is qualified for tax exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

You are invited…

In The Museum Galleries:

Glamour, Whimsy and Awe ~

60 Years of Judith Leiber’s

Artful Handbags

To reserve a timed ticket for your group, please click HERE.

(Open through April 30, 2024)

Special Events…

‘A Bird Happening’

with Artist Monica Banks

Saturday, December 2 at 3:30pm

Please join us for a special event at The Leiber Collection. Come meet Monica Banks and visit an expanded installation of her cakes and teacups, watch video of bird shenanigans, enjoy refreshments, and listen to her conversation about this ongoing project with April Gornik, Artist and bird lover, and Ann Stewart, Leiber Collection Director and Curator.

For more information, click HERE.

To reserve a ticket, please click HERE.


‘An Accidental Corpse’

Book Event with Helen Harrison

Sunday, December 10 at 3 pm

We are thrilled to have Helen Harrison join us as she discusses ‘An Accidental Corpse’ , the second book from her Art of Murder Mysteries Series.

Accidents happen. But so does murder…

On the night of August 11, 1956, in a quiet East Hampton hamlet, Jackson Pollock crashed his car into a tree. The accident killed Pollock, the world-renowned abstract painter and notorious alcoholic, and his 25-year old passenger, Edith Metzger…or did it? Metzger’s autopsy reveals that she was already dead before the crash. Was it murder? This shocking question draws vacationing Detective Juanita Diaz and her husband, Captain Brian Fitzgerald, of the NYPD into a homicide investigation that implicates famous members of East Hampton’s art community—including Pollock himself.

“Edifying and juicy.” —Newsday

Helen A. Harrison is a renowned art historian, museum director and journalist who specializes in modern American art. She is the Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center here in Springs.

For more information, click HERE.

To reserve tickets, click HERE.


On This Site – Native Long Island

Jeremy Dennis Artist Talk and Book Event

Sunday December 17 at 3pm

We are very excited to announce an Artist Talk and Book Event with Artist Jeremy Dennis on Sunday, December 17 at 3pm.

Join us for a captivating afternoon with visual artist Jeremy Dennis as he presents and signs copies of the second edition of his acclaimed book, “On This Site – Native Long Island.” Delve into Long Island’s rich Native history through Dennis’s mesmerizing 2016 photo series, brought to life in this beautifully updated edition. Immerse yourself in the stories of the land and its people through his stunning photography and profound narrative. 

For more information, click HERE.

To reserve tickets, click HERE.


The Life, Love and Art of

Judith and Gerson Leiber

This is a private Zoom Presentation for patrons of the Troy Public Library.

If you would like to schedule a Zoom Presentation for your museum, gallery, library, historical society, or other organization, please email Ann Stewart at and she will organize it with you.


The museum and gardens are open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1 – 4PM and at other times by appointment. Come visit and enjoy!

To schedule Private or Group Tours email

To reserve timed tickets to enter the museum, please click HERE.


In 2005, Gerson and Judith Leiber built a gallery to house their works of art and to chronicle their careers, offering an unparalleled retrospective of their creations over the past many decades.

The Leiber Collection, a magnificent Renaissance styled Palladian edifice, sits majestically in a sublime sculpture garden designed by Gerson Leiber. Considered by many to be the best kept secret of the Hamptons, you are in for a real treat as you peruse the exquisite jewel of a museum and explore the charming and magical gardens.

The Collection is open on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays from 1 – 4pm and at other times for private or group tours by appointment. Please email us at for private tour reservations.

For more information phone (631) 329-3288 or email

The Leiber Collection is located at 446 Old Stone Highway in the East Hampton hamlet of Springs, New York. Click here for Directions.