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East Hampton Historical Society To Begin Holiday Celebrations At Mulford Farm And Moran Studio With Limited Availability

by Sydney A. Braat
Museum News - "The East Hampton Historical Society invites you to celebrate the simple joys of the holiday season and stay connected as a community during these times. From our family to yours, please join us for a Hometown Holiday," said Maria Vann, Executive Director of the East Hampton Historical Society.

INTERVIEW: Executive Director Maria Vann And Chief Curator Richard Barons On The East Hampton Historical Society's "Votes For Women: A Portrait Of Persistence"

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - "The Society is a stage for preserving and teaching history, but also showing our community that we are constantly making history too," Vann told Hamptons.com.

Pollock-Krasner House And Study Center Offering Virtual Tours

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - "During this uncertain time, people need to find creative ways to express their feelings," Joyce Raimondo explained.

Hamptons-Based Museum Hosting Free Community Day

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - "Community Day is an opportunity for members of the public—adults, children, and families—to experience all that the Parrish Art Museum has to offer year round: engaging art exhibitions; creative and fun art workshops for children and adults. What is most important is the opportunity for all to engage with art, artists, and one another," said Parrish Director Terrie Sultan.

Local Children's Museum Awarded $537,000 In Support Of Permanent Riverside Location And The Expansion Of Programming

by Sydney A. Braat
Museum News - "This funding helps us overcome many of the barriers such as transportation and income that have prevented thousands of families from coming to see us in Bridgehampton," remarked Steve Long. "Now, with a permanent location in Riverside, we can truly achieve CMEE's vision of serving ALL children in Eastern Long Island regardless of economic means or needs."

Hamptons-Based Center For The Arts Awarded $15,000 For Artist-in-Residence

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - "It is energizing to see the impact that the arts are making throughout the United States," said NEA Chairman Jane Chu.

Parrish Art Museum Celebrating 5th Anniversary At Water Mill Location

by Anastasia Lennon
Museum News - "It is hard to believe that we opened to the public five years ago," remarked Director Terrie Sultan. "This has been a transformational period for the Museum and the community, and we are thrilled to both celebrate this accomplishment and look to the future."

Dr. Gregory Hedberg To Speak About The Influence Of Degas' Famous "Little Dancer" On Modern Art

by Kristen Catalano
Museum News - "Dr. Hedberg gave serious thought to a long-forgotten sculpture by Degas and reveals in this book his careful analysis on how Little Dancer changed modern art," said Tom Edmonds.

Parrish Art Museum To Hold Final Artist-Lead Tours As Part Of "Artists Choose Artists"

by Julia Braat
Museum News - "It will give the visitor the opportunity to look at the exhibition with a deeper understanding of the individual works," said Corinne Erni.

Historic Red Creek Schoolhouse Is Saved With Generous Grant

by Julia Braat
Museum News - "The schoolhouse is at the center of our rapidly growing education programs and is rapidly deteriorating," Tom Edmonds noted.

Cool Culture Takes Kids To Museums

by Lee Fryd
Museum News - "Early exposure to the arts not only helps kids build their vocabulary, and positions them as critical thinkers, but also gives them a sense of the world around them and what's possible," Candice Anderson said.

Amy Fine Collins Gives Cool Culture Supporters Private Tour Of The Jewish Museum's "Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History"

by Lee Fryd
Museum News - "It makes no sense," she mused, "A Jewish guy who went to Yeshiva celebrating Christmas in July."

Annual Scaler Lecture Series Returns To The Watermill Center

by Ali Friedlander
Museum News - "After last year's phenomenally successful which was so well attended, we're excited to introduce the line-up for our 2016 Summer Lecture Series Program featuring informative lectures on critical topics by leading voices in the arts, sciences, and the humanities," said William Wagner.

Hamptons Museum To Embark On An Exploration Of Food In Relation To The Art World

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - "Advances in food production technology are changing the way we think about, prepare, and consume meals," noted Andrea Grover.

A View From Above: East End Photographer Taking Students On A Tour Of The Hamptons Sky

by Nicole Barylski
Museum News - "I'm going to show how to use the drone as a photographic tool rather than a toy, or just to take aerial pictures," shared Dell Cullum.

Hamptons Whaling Museum Commemorates 40th Anniversary Of "Jaws"

by Krysten Massa
Museum News - Big sharp teeth, powerful jaws and a taste for blood...that is what many know about sharks, the predators of the sea.

The Dream Machine Comes To The Hamptons

by Elsie Boskamp
Museum News - "The Dream Machine was conceptualized to bring innovative and fun accessories to the market," shared Sara Meltzer.

Mortifying Childhood Moments To Be Shared During Live Show In The Hamptons

by Gwen Clarke
Museum News - "There are a million stories buried in the pages of people's lives. Our mission is to help people find them," Mortified organizers noted.

Hamptons Artists Complete 30 Paintings In 30 Days

by Elsie Boskamp
Museum News - Snowy days and cold winter rays inspired a group of local artists to bring sunshine and warmth back into their lives by exploring the power and depth of painting through the challenge of completing 30 pieces in 30 days.

Southampton Historical Museum Showcases Double Dose Of Artwork During Spring Exhibit

by Elsie Boskamp
Museum News - Southampton Historical Museum recently welcomed the debut of two new Southampton Art Exhibits at the Rogers Mansion Museum Complex.

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