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Sag Harbor Cinema Honors First Responders Who Battled Devastating 2016 Fire

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Without the efforts of all of the East End fire departments that responded to the call on 12/16/2020, there would have been no cinema to rebuild--let alone a downtown Sag Harbor!" Jamie Hook noted.


East End-Based Artists Association Hosting Inaugural Online Holiday Art Sale

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "It's our first online holiday sale," Southampton Artists Association board member Paul Dempsey noted. "It includes more than 50 SAA artists."


INTERVIEW: Joyce Raimondo On Virtually Exploring The Home And Studio Of Jackson Pollock And Lee Krasner

by T.J. Clemente
Art News - "Jackson Pollock painted with a passion and imagination. His bold steps into a changing art world created a path for many to follow to find their way," Raimondo told us.


Phillips Auction House In Southampton Brings Multi-Million Dollar Art To Collectors And Casual Shoppers Alike

by Lee Fryd
Art News - "Arguably this is most impressive and historically important of Hockney's landscapes," Robert Manley said about Nichols Canyon. "It's one of these drop-dead, gorgeous paintings that doesn't need too much explanation."


INTERVIEW: Artist Alice Hope Brings Her Unique Talents To Jobs Lane

by T.J. Clemente
Art News - "I hope to keep it really dynamic and I am planning to go in and evolve the installation within the next month. As long as I am staying there, I will keep it growing," Hope told us.


Watermill Center Artists-in-Residence To Discuss Their Works During Digital In Process

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "The event will have each artist briefly discuss their artistic practice, including the project they have been developing during their residency at The Center, which will be followed by a panel discussion between the artists as well as a Q&A with the audience," Brian O'Mahoney shared.


Hybrid PechaKucha Night Hamptons, Vol. 31 To Return To Water Mill-Based Museum

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "I'm thrilled that the Parrish Art Museum continues to provide this great public platform for creative people on the East End to share their passions," said Jennifer Duque.


Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Holding Holiday Concert, Food Drive, Blood Drive And Toy Drive

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "Our mission is to bring the arts to audiences in compelling ways, but also to serve as a beacon of positivity while enriching our community," explained Julienne Penza-Boone.


"Friday Nights Live!" Series To Cover Painter Fairfield Porter And Poet John Ashbery

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "I'm delighted that Karin Roffman will join me for this conversation about painters and poets and the ways in which their domestic surroundings can both nurture and reflect their artistic choices," said Alicia G. Longwell.


The Neo-Political Cowgirls Offers An Audio Chill-Fest Related To Halloween And Our Other Every Day Horrors - Don't Be Scared, Just Listen In

by Eileen Casey
Art News - "Only through the courage of looking will we find compassion and wisdom to come through to the other side," Kate Mueth told us.


INTERVIEW: Country Legend John Berry And Robin Berry On New Podcast, "Family, Faith & Friends"

by T.J. Clemente
Art News - "We wanted everyone to hear every word Charlie had to say because there are no more," John told us about the podcast with the late Charlie Daniels.


Webinar, "How To Sell Your Art," Being Offered By Warren Strugatch And Robert Fishman

by T.J. Clemente
Art News - "Times are especially tough for artists because what they're selling is their own imagination, their own integrity, and their own vision," Warren Strugatch said.


Hamptons Arts Network Awards More Than $150,000 To Nearly 90 Area Artists As Part Of COVID-19 Artist Relief Fund

by Shakir Philippe
Art News - The Hamptons Arts Network Artist Relief Fund was galvanized by artists Clifford Ross and Eric Fischl, who took the lead role in fundraising and donated matching gifts to jumpstart the initiative.


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.


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