The Watermill Center: Paul Thek Exhibition

The Watermill Center: Paul Thek Exhibition

Join The Watermill Center in celebrating the work of the late Paul Thek in this intimate exhibition occupying their South Wing on Saturday, November 6th and Saturday, November 13th from 12pm to 3:30pm.   Paul Thek: Interior / Landscape is a reflection on the deeply personal explorations and influences of an often misunderstood artist whose work challenged conventional...

Romany Kramoris Gallery Presents: Swan Song Exhibition

Romany Kramoris Gallery Presents: Swan Song Exhibition

Barbara Hadden, a realist painter, has lived in Sag Harbor for 30+ years. She paints the harbor’s architecture – homes, streets, shops, and farmscapes. Her landscapes and architectural portraits of Sag Harbor and the East End of the 1800 and 1900’s reveal a vanishing quaintness. Hadden’s pieces bestow honor on the town’s historic stature through her poised lines...

Bay Street’s 2021 “Literature Live” Show is MacBeth

Bay Street’s 2021 “Literature Live” Show is MacBeth

Allen O’Reilly, Bay Street Theater’s Director of Education & Community Outreach, is very enthusiastic about his production (as Director) of Macbeth, which premieres on November 9, at 8pm online. The play has been recorded for Literature Live, the program to introduce live theater to the school children of the east end. Macbeth was recorded with four cameras on...

Guild Hall’s Artist-in-Residence Showcase

Guild Hall’s Artist-in-Residence Showcase

Andrina Wekontash Smith, Shinnecock Storyteller and performer, explores the intersection of race and class on the East End. Part one-woman show, part panel discussion, East End Native will dive into the complicated history through the unique lens of her personal narrative. Spoken word, monologues, and storytelling will comprise of the first half, and in the second she will...

Artist/Author Justin Beal Discusses the Life and Work of World Trade Center Architect Minoru Yamasaki

Artist/Author Justin Beal Discusses the Life and Work of World Trade Center Architect Minoru Yamasaki

On Friday, October 15 at 7pm, artist/author Justin Beal and muralist/children’s book author Katie Yamasaki will discuss the life and work of the latter’s grandfather, Minoru Yamasaki (1912–1986), the architect of the World Trade Center. The talk will delve into topics from Beal’s new book, Sandfuture (MIT Press, September 2021), including Yamasaki’s enormous influence on American architecture and society,...

“Welcome Days at the Parrish” Celebrate Art, Artists, and the Community with free Admission and Activites

“Welcome Days at the Parrish” Celebrate Art, Artists, and the Community with free Admission and Activites

The Parrish Art Museum celebrates art, artists, and the community at three Welcome Days at the Parrish—offering free admission, self-led art activities, creative art workshops, engaging exhibitions, and gallery tours led by docents, as well as a pre-recorded Spanish language tour. Welcome Days provide an opportunity for all members of the community—adults, children, and families—to experience everything the...

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