Eastman Museum at Home
The museum may have temporarily closed its doors to the public, but we are committed to helping you discover photography, film, and the legacy of George Eastman in any way we can.
- Mansion & gardens
- Story of George Eastman & Kodak
- Dutch Connection flowers
- Film stills from the Moving Image Collection
- George Eastman crossword puzzle, word search, and secret decorder
- Dutch Connection crossword piuzzle and word search
Moving Image Activities
These activities are designed to demystify the illusion of motion. All types of moving image devices—from simple flipbooks to motion picture film—operate on a basic set of principles. By making your own motion-picture devices, you will learn how our eyes perceive motion where there is only a series of still images.
- How to turn a room into a camera obscura
- How to make a pinhole camera
- How to make a miniature photoshoot
- PDF: George Eastman's Camp Cookbook
- Video: How to make Eliza's Bread Pudding from George Eastman's Cookbook
- Article: Cooking by the Book: Making Eastman's Camp Recipes (Eliza's Bread Pudding & Rice Pudding)
- Article: Trying More Recipes from George Eastman's Camp Cookbook (Cheese Pudding & Onions Au Gratin)
These images from the Eastman Museum have been taken to make it appear like you're actually sitting in George Eastman's library, or just about to enjoy a film in the Dryden Theatre.
- Historic Mansion
- Kay R. Whitmore Conservation Center
- Technology Vault
- Historic Landscape
Enjoy digitized selections from the George Eastman Museum's Moving Image collections online. All the films are preserved at the George Eastman Museum and are available for archival film projection as well as digitally.
The Dryden Recommends is a series of video introductions for films streaming on various platforms that you can watch at home. Most of the films have screened at The Dryden in the past, allowing our audience to catch up on films they may have missed while slaking their thirst for quality programming while stuck at home.
- Visit our YouTube channel for our historic photographic process series, past lectures, and new tutorials
- Listen to audio from past exhibitions and lectures on SoundCloud
- Enjoy music from past exhibitions on Spotify
- Listen to George Eastman's favorite songs, played on his own Aeolian Pipe Organ on Spotify
We asked what content you wanted back in March, and the response was for behind the scenes content and cats. In response, we created "Behind the Scenes at Eastman Museum, featuring Badly Photoshopped Cats." Enjoy some of our past cats, and follow along on social media as the badly photoshopped cats travel around Rochester using #EastmanKitties.