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Celebrate The Chinese Lunar New Year And Asian Arts At The Southampton Cultural Center

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "We at the Southampton Cultural Center (SCC) are delighted to be hosting this Lunar New Year celebration as part of our cultural outreach," said Kirsten Lonnie, Executive Director of Southampton Cultural Center.


Guild Hall Accepting Applications For Teens To Serve On New Teen Arts Council

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "The Teen Arts Council (TAC) format is a proven national model for encouraging teens to engage with arts and cultural institutions," remarked Andrea Grover, Executive Director of Guild Hall.


Kate Eberstadt, Brune Charvin, Khesrau Behroz And Makram Hamdan Leading The Watermill Center's First Family Day Of 2017

by Olivia Braat
Art News - "We've planned our mid-winter Family Day for parents and children to have a hands-on creative immersion in The Watermill Center experience," shared Andrea Cote.


Parrish Art Museum Hosting People's State Of The Union Story Circle

by Olivia Braat
Art News - "The Story Circle aims to create a space for sharing and listening and to bring together our communities at the Parrish," said Corinne Erni.


East End Arts Partners With Good Ground Yoga To Present New Event Series Focused On Creativity

by Olivia Braat
Art News - "Consider - what happens before paint meets canvas? Was the painting first a vision, a thought, a color or a vague idea of something waiting to be discovered?" Jonathan Pearlman pondered.


Get Creative This Winter: Sag Harbor-Based Cultural Cafe To Host Three Courses

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - Dante's Divine Comedy will kick off the course series.


North Fork Resident Among Guild Hall's 2017 Artist-in-Residents

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Guild House AIR encourages the next generation to contribute to the area's rich creative legacy by bringing emerging artists to the region and providing a foundation for individual development," explained Andrea Grover.


East End Arts To Welcome International Musician Bakithi Kumalo For Winter Residency

by Julia Braat
Art News - "Bakithi offers us a new dimension to international understanding through music," noted Patricia Snyder.


Art Basel Brings Over 200 International Galleries And The Hottest Parties To Miami

by Lee Fryd
Art News - "There were beautiful Dubuffets, Marino Marini's, and a smattering of gorgeous Matisses all around the room," said Lehr. "I also was struck by Sean Scully and rising star Stanley Witney's geometric abstractions."


Parrish Art Museum To Present Vol. 18 Of PechaKucha Night Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "PechaKucha Night Hamptons at the Parrish is hugely popular because it reveals the incredible creative wealth of the East End and how it reverberates beyond this region," said Corinne Erni.


Crack Up With Christmas Classics, Sing Along To Holiday Tunes And More At Southampton Arts Center

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "2016 has been an incredibly exciting year for Southampton Arts Center, and we look forward to ending the year on a high note with another month of entertaining programs for the community," shared Amy Kirwin.


The Watermill Center's Resident Artist Spotlight To Highlight Zach Eugene Salinger-Simonson

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "This residency is enabling me to develop my first jewelry collection and is a testament to Robert Wilson's guiding vision that continues to shape every facet of my life," Zach Eugene Salinger-Simonson said.


Hamptons-Based Arts Center Offers Jam-Packed November Schedule

by Olivia Braat
Art News - "The programming for November has something for everyone," said Amy Kirwin.


Bay Street Theater Presenting "The Scarlett Letter" As Part Of Literature Live!

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "The schools attendance is at record levels and their response has been wonderful," said Gary Hygom, Bay Street Theater's Producing Director. "We are all looking forward to the public performances and to get a sense of an adult audience."


Hamptons Based-Center Looking For Visionaries To Join 2017 International Summer Program

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "With the opening of the application process for the International Summer Program 2017, The Watermill Center staff eagerly anticipates the arrival of returning and new artist participants from around the globe," remarked Director of the Watermill Center, Elka Rifkin.


Hamptons-Based Center To Celebrate Internationally Renowned Artists

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "We are thrilled to host yet another unique and international group of artists this September, which marks the 10th Anniversary of The Watermill Center's year-round Artist-in-Residence program," says Elka Rifkin, Director of The Watermill Center.


The Art Barge's Weekend Workshops Continue Through End Of Summer

by Ali Friedlander
Art News - "The Art Barge is unlike any other place in Long Island," said Art Barge President Christopher Kohan.


Final Artists Speak At The Art Barge To Feature Laurie Anderson

by Abby Cummings
Art News - "Since 1985, the Artist Speak series has given the community the opportunity to 'hear' how our local artists see," said Christopher Kohan.


Andrea Grover To Replace Ruth Appelhof As Executive Director Of Guild Hall

by Nicolette Finder
Art News - "Andrea's extensive experience, accomplishments and local standing make her the ideal person to take the reins of Guild Hall and lead us into the future. She brings a dynamic vision along with insightful knowledge of our ever-evolving community," Marty Cohen.


Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program Launching New Publication

by Abby Cummings
Art News - "The content will have a special emphasis on the great community partners and citizen science volunteers who contribute efforts to the work we carry out 'on the water and in the field,'" said Kimberly Barbour.


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