Our space features multiple galleries and houses our Research Center. For researchers and specialists interested in making an inquiry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Research Center," a brief (250-word max.) summary of your research project specifying proposed topics of focus, and preferred dates for your visit.
Please note that research seats are limited and that we require advance notice to prepare each visit.
We invite you to explore our growing database of finding aids for processed archival collections; you can see our finding aids here.
142 Franklin Street
New York, NY 10013
Tue–Sat: 12–6 PM
ISLAA will be closed to the public from February 11 to March 27 as we install our upcoming exhibition.
We are located on Franklin Street between Varick and Hudson Street. The closest subway stations are the Franklin Street stop on the 1 line and the Canal Street stop on the A, C, and E lines. The closest wheelchair-accessible station is the Chambers Street stop on the 1, 2, and 3 lines.
ISLAA is fully accessible by ramp from our entrance on 142 Franklin Street. Our Research Center is located on the lower level and can be accessed by the stairwell or the ground-floor elevator. Our space features ADA-compliant all-gender restrooms on the ground floor.
ISLAA welcomes service animals in our galleries and at our events. Exhibition materials in Spanish and large print are available for visitors at the reception desk. To request live interpretation at a public program, please email us three weeks prior to the event date.
Please contact us at email@example.com in advance of your visit if you have any accessibility questions. We strive to accommodate our visitors however we can.