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19 East End Art, Cultural, And Historical Institutions Presenting Programming During Inaugural THAW Fest

by Anastasia Lennon
Art News - "THAW-Fest gives us all the opportunity to collectively illuminate the richness of arts and culture on the East End with a weekend of endless possibilities for visitors near and far to be entertained and enlightened," shares Amy Kirwin.


Arborist, Sculptor, Photographer, Land Conservationist And More Among Latest PechaKucha Presenters

by Anastasia Lennon
Art News - "Spring season has officially arrived at the Parrish with a burst of creativity at our next PechaKucha, the East End's prime talent show," said Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects.


Camp SoulGrow Presidents' Week Programming To Include Baking, Crafting, Fitness, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "We want to keep them trying new things and remain open minded. It can be that one workshop that their parents couldn't afford or that they didn't think they would like and they came to and they found a new passion or friend for life," London Rosiere explained.


Hamptons-Based Library Promoting Animal Adoption Through Art

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Children and teens get to be creative, while making a difference in the community," Theresa Maritato explained.


New Alternative And Non-Commercial Contemporary Art Fair Makes Its Mark On Miami

by Lee Fryd
Art News - "It's the first all women alternative, non-commercial art fair," Lukov told us


INTERVIEW: Guild Hall's Andrea Grover On The Hamptons Art Weekend

by Anastasia Lennon
Art News - "What we generate for both the local tax revenues and state taxes is actually really impressive when you look at us as a whole. We are trying to demonstrate that we deserve more public dollars and more marketing support from all of the various agencies that promote our region," said Andrea Grover, Executive Director of Guild Hall.


Artists of All Mediums Encouraged To Apply To The Watermill Center's International Summer Program

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - For more than two decades, The Watermill Center has hosted the International Summer Program led by Artistic Director Robert Wilson.


Create Your Own Holiday Keepsake At These Hamptons Workshops

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - Love to make your own holiday decorations? Sign up for these seasonal workshops.


Guild Hall Welcoming Submissions For 2018 Artist-in-Residence Program

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "This year the Artist-in-Residence program features a spring and fall 4-week session," remarked Barbara Jo Howard.


Project PAUSE To Translate Community's Conceptual Thoughts To Movement

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "This truly has been a richly, rewarding experience and I couldn't be more excited to share this community-driven work with the public," said Kendra Mace Clark. 


Sag Harbor Historical Society Invites You To A Spectacular Sag Harbor Show And Tell

by Kristen Catalano
Art News - "You just never know what kind of things people might bring," said Nancy Remkus.


The Sag Harbor Cinema Restoration Project With eBay Auctioning Off Tea With Julie Andrews, "Today" Show Experience, Skype Session With Katie Lee And More

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "There's something special about having a company like eBay help save a classic cinema on Long Island," explained Nick Gazzolo.


Architecture: Does Modernism Still Matter? Find Out During "Out Of The Question" At Southampton Arts Center

by Warren Strugatch
Art News - Some of the most boldly innovative and playfully radical designs ever produced for American houses were conceived and built on the East End during the 1930s through the 1970s.


ADRC Presents Art For Alzheimer's Celebrating Paint At The Parrish

by Lee Fryd
Art News - "It takes at least ten or 12 people to care for one individual who has Alzheimer's," noted Bobbie Braun.


Literary Death Match Coming To The Hamptons

by Kristen Catalano
Art News - "The Literary Death Match combines the best things about literature, mixed with a rare, anarchic energy," noted Ben Greenman of The New Yorker.


Sag Harbor Partnership Reveals Anonymous Donor Who Contributed $1 Million To Sag Harbor Cinema

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Great cultural destinations, museums, theaters, and film centers don't happen by accident," noted Sag Harbor Partnership President Nick Gazzolo. "They happen when leaders say we are a better community if we can create a space for culture."


"Out Of The Question" To Explore The Business Of Art: Passion Or Profit?

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "The role of artists in society today is more important than ever in terms of seeing through the fog of political rhetoric and confronting the realities of our society and our culture," said Warren Strugatch.


Montauk Artists' Association's 9th Annual Memorial Day Weekend Show To Feature Over 50 Artists

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "To stand in front of a painting, sculpture, piece of glass, jewelry or ceramics and just be speechless, in awe of the beauty, feeling, thoughts and emotions welling up inside of us--beautiful and priceless. These feelings and emotions also will always be with you," said Ron Mellot. 


Parrish Art Museum To Hold Free Open House Art, Community, And Collaboration Event

by Sydney A. Braat
Art News - "With this event, the Museum's Education Committee is seeking to explore the relevance of art in the current political climate," said Cara Conklin-Wingfield.


Billy Joel, Martin Scorsese, And Harvey Weinstein Backing Sag Harbor Cinema Restoration Efforts

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "For as long as I can remember, the Sag Harbor Cinema has stood as a beacon of culture on Long Island," shared Martin Scorsese.


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