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Southampton Town's Community Preservation Fund Allocates $4 Million For Sag Harbor Cinema Art Center

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "It not only is a fantastic boost to the construction but insurance that the Cinema Art Center will be preserved for generations to come, regardless of what zoning changes or other variable happen in the fabric of the historic district," said Treasurer Susan Mead.

Local Art Instructors Providing Insight During Autumn Critique

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "We are very fortunate to count on the talent and expertise of professional artists who teach through the summer at the Barge and can now offer practical and philosophical insight to artists wishing to receive guidance with regard to their artwork," Esperanza Leon reflected.

Southampton Arts & Culture Committee's Inaugural Day Tour To Visit Two Iconic Hamptons Sites

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "The Watermill Center is thrilled to be part of this inaugural tour of SHACC on the Road," Elka Rifkin shared.

The Victor D'Amico Institute Of Art's "Artists Speak" To Wrap Up With Peter Spacek

by Olivia Rutigliano
Art News - "Join me to talk about the art of the line, the simple power of the pen, and the process of turning a thought into an image that says something interesting!" Spacek encourages.

Architect And Art Collector Peter Marino To Open Public Art Foundation In Southampton At Former Rogers Memorial Library Site

by Eileen Casey
Art News - "We intend to restore 11 Jobs Lane to its original purpose," Marino told Hamptons.com.

Highly Anticipated Hamptons Summer Lecture Series To Feature Playwright, Harvard Professor, Poet, And More

by Olivia Rutigliano
Art News - "The joy of the Summer Lecture Series is bringing in a diverse range of voices from the arts and humanities to engage with the local community," Elka Rifkin, Director of The Watermill Center, said. "We love that the program, now in it's fifteenth year, gives thinkers and visionaries an opportunity to share ideas with the young and emerging artists in our International Summer Program, as well as the local East End community."

INTERVIEW: Richard Barons On The Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio's Renovation, The Artists' East End Impact, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "The biggest challenge probably was the deteriorated condition of the building," Barons told us.

4th Of July Week In Amagansett To Bring "Barge-In" Programming

by Olivia Rutigliano
Art News - "This summer season began with an invitation for all to take a look… take a class," said Christopher Kohan.

"Artists Speak" Series Returning To Amagansett

by Olivia Rutigliano
Art News - "We are pleased to continue the Artists Speak series of intimate talks with distinguished artists begun in the early 80s. Our inaugural talk this season is with Judith Hudson who will engage in a lively dialogue on art and social issues with fellow artist Lucy Winton," said Esperanza Leon, administrative coordinator at The Art Barge.

Former Long Island Poet Of The Year Founds Hamptons-Based Poetry Academy

by Eileen Casey
Art News - "We hope inspiration among the beauty of the Halsey property and the house itself will contribute to the workshop poems by participants who will be given the opportunity to have their works performed at monthly readings," Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan stated.

The Victor D'Amico Institute Of Art To Open With Tribute To Its Founders

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "This year our invitation to the public is to 'take a look… take a class,'" shared Chris Kohan, President of The Victor D'Amico Institute of Art.

Long Island-Based Portraits Program Shines A Spotlight On Local Shelter Animals

by Nicole Barylski
Art News - "My goal is to connect community members, ranging from children to seniors, with their local animal shelter," Theresa Maritato explained.

Monthly Hamptons Paint Night Gives Back To The Bays

by Anastasia Lennon
Art News - "As a local restaurant that appreciates the town in which we live and our proximity to the beautiful waters that are so much a part of Long Island's DNA, we believe it is so important to give back locally to not only help improve our community, but also its gorgeous waterways," explained Rachel Hersh.

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.

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