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The Art Barge Taking On The Bulkhead Challenge In Support Of Vital Restoration Effort

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "We still need to make it there through donations large and small! The Conways have promised another $25,000 once we meet the first goal, and the work will continue until we reach our ultimate goal of $100,000," Esperanza Leon expressed.

INTERVIEW: Amanda Selwyn On Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre's Hamptons "Green Afternoon VII"

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "Green Afternoon is a unique opportunity to experience dance in such a beautiful environment it is not to be missed!" Selwyn told us.

Explore A History Of Three Cultures At Sylvester Manor

by Ryan Lappe
Main Articles - "Having the artifacts return to the Manor this year as well as the beginning of a new dig and the construction of a Native Wigwam on the property, is a way for us to honor and explore our past, telling the stories of all the people of Sylvester Manor as we move forward," Donnamarie Barnes noted.

Iconic Sag Harbor Sign To Be Re-Illuminated Over Holiday Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "Initially we were thinking we could wait until the Cinema opened to light the sign, but Memorial Day weekend felt like the perfect opportunity to celebrate not only the start of summer, but how far we have come on this journey," Cinema Chair April Gornik reflected.

The Art Barge Previewing Summer Programming During Founders Day

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "To usher in what has been the first week of classes beginning in June for nearly sixty years, we celebrate Founders Day in honor of Mabel and Victor D'Amico, whose pioneering philosophies and practices in art education are not only at the core of our mission but have influenced generations of educators, students, and artists worldwide," Esperanza Leon, Administrative Coordinator, The Victor D'Amico Institute of Art / The Art Barge, shared.

Bay Street Theater Artistic Director Scott Schwartz Dishes About The Summer Season

by T.J. Clemente
Main Articles - "Our main objective is to stay in this space, we are very happy here," Scott Schwartz said about Bay Street's current venue.

Hamptons-Based Television Station Launching Creative Artists Salon Series

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "I'm excited about the Salon at LTV -- we have a great wealth of talent out east and on Friday we are assembling a variety of some of the East End's most dynamic minds and creatives to share new work, ideas, and their talent!" Angela LaGreca explained. "I used to do these Salon's at my house -- and always loved together bright minds and artists of all kinds: visual and performing."

HarborFest Weekend To Bring All Star Comedy And Bob Dylan Tribute Band To Sag Harbor-Based Theater

by Olivia Rutigliano
Main Articles - "We're so happy to have this weekend's talented musicians and comedians returning to Bay Street," Tracy Mitchell shared.

#mytinyatlasmontauk Contest Culminates With Launch Party In Montauk

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "We're both passionate about inspiring our communities, whether it be through design, powerful imagery or showcases like #mytinyatlasmontauk," shared Emily Nathan.

Sundance Institute Theatre Program Visits The Hamptons

by Lisa Tamburini
Main Articles - The second annual Theatre Alumni Writing Studio at Flying Point took place last week at the beautiful estate of George and Joan Hornig in the Hamptons.

East End Gamers Take Notice: Hamptons Theater Hosting Debut Minecraft Adventure

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "Since this is the very first time we've done anything like this before, we are considering this day a beta test of sorts," explained Bay Street Executive Director Tracy Mitchell.

Montauk's Dick Cavett Kicking Off Inaugural "Word Up: Long Island LitFest"

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "'Word Up: Long Island LitFest' is a day to disconnect from gadgets and connect with each other," said LitFest founder and producer, Claudia Gryvatz Copquin.

Hamptons Youth Bureau Pays Homage To Southampton Town's 375th Anniversary During Student Photography Contest

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - "In the end its not who wins but it's an opportunity for everyone in the community to see how creative and talented many of our youth can be," said Tracy Kolsin, Assistant Youth Bureau Director of Town of Southampton.

Bideawee Holding 7th Annual Love Your Pet Art Expo For Student Artists

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - Bideawee is encouraging students of all ages to cultivate their artistic talent as they express their love for animals during the 7th Annual Love Your Pet Art Expo.

Joseph Vecsey Hosting HarborFest All Star Comedy Show At Bay Street

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - Primetime Saturday night at Sag Harbor HarborFest features an evening of laughs at Bay Street.

INTERVIEW: Monumenta 2014 Artists Ilya And Emilia Kabakov

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - A decade ago ArtNews Magazine described Ilya Kabakov as one of the world's 10 greatest living artists. In collaboration with his wife, fellow artist Emilia Kabakov, their installation "The Strange City" was selected as the Monumenta 2014 exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris this past May.

Annual Riverhead Festival In Need Of Local Artists

by Lindsay Andarakis
Main Articles - East End Arts Council is holding an open call for artist participation in the 18th Annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival.

Budding Theater Stars Thrive During Hamptons Spring Vacation Camp

by Nicole Barylski
Main Articles - Children all about the theatrics can fine tune their acting abilities during Bay Street Theatre's Kids Spring Vacation Theater Camp.

All That Jazz In Riverhead!

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - On Saturday, March 1 Riverhead became jazz central with the 1st Anniversary Gala at the Suffolk Theater and another stellar performance that is the Winterfest "Live at the Indigo" series at Hotel Indigo East End.

2013 White Night LongHouse Reserve Gala

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - A Lighter Shade of Pale could have been the theme music for this year's LongHouse Reserve Gala, as the evening's suggested de rigueur was "shapes and shades of white."

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