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Love At The End: Collaborative Artwork Brings Black Lives Matter Montauk Movement Forward

by Eileen Casey
Art News - "Making this body of work has been a process to help me explain my prejudices, sadness, joy and hope to my son. How to hold all these truths at the same level and face the traumas that have been left behind for generations like myself," Frank Frances told Hamptons.com.

INTERVIEW: Art Fair Veteran Rick Friedman On The Hamptons Virtual Art Fair, The VIP July Sneak Preview And More

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "With around $100 million in fine art available for acquisition, the preview will present a sample of what's to come with the fair's main event opening over Labor Day weekend," Friedman told us.

INTERVIEW: Artist Robyn Blair Davidson On by robynblair - Her Whimsical Original Candy Art And More

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "I always want to create new pieces and push myself to try new things," Davidson told us. "Right now, I'm obsessed with vintage candy."

INTERVIEW: Marcia Milgrom Dodge On Bay Street's "Backstage With MMD: Random Notes & Anecdotes From Productions"

by T.J. Clemente
Art News - "Between 1999 and 2013 I did eight different productions at Bay Street. I thought it would be fun to do some mini-reunions with a couple of people from each of those shows," Milgrom Dodge told us.

Hamptons Gallery To Present Art Experienced In Isolation

by Lindsay Aitken
Art News - "As tough as these last few months may have been, I have noticed many instances where people are focusing more on what's right in front of them, being more attentive to their immediate existences. Alone Gallery is about that. I have noticed our visitors not taking their appointments or seeing art in person for granted."

Bespoke Pet Portraits To Support Hamptons-Based Animal Shelter

by Lindsay Aitken
Art News - "Fetch-A-Sketch was developed to benefit our shelter as well as local artists that were affected by the aftermath of COVID-19," Kate McEntee relayed. "A way to bring the community together while being socially distance."

INTERVIEW: Idoline Duke On "Art Apart" - An East Hampton Town-Wide Exhibition

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "I decided to stop trying to find some kind of message and deep meaning in what I was doing. This, like so many things about living and working in isolation, gave me so much freedom," artist Barbara Thomas expressed.

WHBPAC Hosting Two-Day Virtual Arts Festival

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "While we may not be able to gather people in person, we can still fulfill our mission of bringing high quality arts experiences to our constituents - we just have to get creative!" Julienne Penza-Boone noted.

INTERVIEW: Matthew Conlon Discusses Being Otto Frank In "The Diary Of Anne Frank"

by T.J. Clemente
Art News - "In playing the only survivor of The Secret Annex, I felt obliged to 'leave it all on the field," Conlon told Hamptons.com.

How To Still Enjoy The East End Arts Scene - From The Comfort Of Your Own Home

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "We firmly believe that the arts provide the opportunities for inspiration, contemplation, and connection that feed our souls and raise our spirits. In challenging times, the arts are even more important," Terrie Sultan stated.

Hamptons Arts Network's THAW FEST To Feature A Month's Worth Of Hamptons Happenings

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Under the direction of the legendary Mike Nichols, and featuring an ensemble cast including Meryl Streep, Cher and Kurt Russell, the film tells a story of courage following chemical technician and union labor activist Karen Silkwood on the crusade some suggest eventually cost her her life," HamptonsFilm Board of Directors Co-Chair Alec Baldwin shared.

Dr. Sara Cochran Selected As The Church's Executive Director And Chief Curator

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Since its beginning in the 18th century, Sag Harbor has had a unique global focus. It has had an extraordinary tradition of creativity and innovation, from whaling to watch making, as well as in the visual arts, writing and music," Dr. Sara Cochran said.

INTERVIEW: Michele Dragonetti On Her "Boat Hull" Series, East End Inspiration, "A Night Out With" Event, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "These abstract photos are my specific vision of Montauk - of the fishing or leisure vessels that are so much a part of Montauk," Dragonetti told Hamptons.com. "They are portraits of the community."

"Viewpoints" At The Watermill Center To Kick-off With Andrina Wekontash Smith

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - The Watermill Center's year-round conversation series that delves into creative topics essential to the contemporary moment.

Sag Harbor Cinema: Iconic Theater Reopening Highly Anticipated

by Eileen Casey
Art News - "We are looking forward to opening our doors in the Spring with a big premiere and lots of fun events, not to mention a jam packed weekend of films for everyone. We cannot wait to show everyone our beautiful, re-designed cinema and bring back movies to Sag Harbor," Gillian Gordan relayed.

Stony Brook Southampton Hosting David Rakoff Tribute In Honor Of Namesake Studio Opening

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "David's presence as a writer, teacher, and friend made a powerful and lasting impression on us, just as it has with so many others," Robert Reeves relayed.

Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center Screening Errol Morris' "American Dharma"

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Facing danger, square on, is usually the best course of action. Our country was plunged into chaos, or worse, in 2016. And Stephen K. Bannon was at the center of it. I feel that it is important to talk to him, to investigate him, and to understand his point of view," Morris noted.

Emilia Kabakov And Ilya Kabakov Taking Part In Hamptons "Artist Speak"

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Much like Mabel and Victor did, the Kabakovs believe in the transformative power of art and its ability to improve the individual and society," Esperanza Leon explained.

THAW Off With The Hamptons Arts Network

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "It's a great way to celebrate spring with laughter and music, and working together with my fellow arts organizations!" Tracy Mitchell relayed.

Five Hamptons Winter Camp Options To Enrich And Entertain All Ages

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "This is the first year we are offering two age groups for the February camp," O'Reilly noted. "It's part of our expanding theater education plans for 2019."

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