- "So many artists on the East End have once again contributed their time, talent and singular creativity to produce these unique works of portable art for this most worthy cause," shared Arlene Bujese.
- "It was really tough because you want to be honest but you don't want to hurt other people so you really have to pull your punches and figure out where that balance is," Baldwin said about deciding what to include in his memoir.
In the Galleries
- "Going into it's 23rd year, I think what all of us as artists and the Montauk Artists' Association as a group hope to see is the Eastern Long Island community turn out to experience and be touched by art, a connection that is at times both unexpected and inexplicable," said Ron Mellott.
- "From the Warhol Superstars to the Limelight / Tunnel club kids and Lady Gaga's Lower East Side crew, they are extremely creative, talented, and glamorous people," said Corona about Night Class' subjects.
On The Screen
- "I'm excited to bring the creative inspiration and culture of this year's selection of women's surf films to Montauk, in an effort to expand the reach of our featured filmmakers and fearless female surfers beyond NYC," said Lava Girl Surf's co-founder Davina Grincevicius.
- "The choreography is action-packed with a strong flow, a current that is sometimes tidal, washing the dancers back and forth across St. Mark's Church, turning the terrarium into an aquarium," said Brian Seiburt.