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The East End Virtual Art and Cultural Events Calendar

Thu, 10/07/2021 - 07:00
Guild Hall, East Hampton
David E. Rattray

The East End is full of energetic arts programmers, and that has not changed during this time of virtual experiences of our favorite venues and institutions. This is a regularly updated calendar listing of daily virtual art and cultural events hosted by local organizations. These listings are in addition to the organizations' standing and archived activities and events not scheduled for a specific time. Many of the live events will be archived for on-demand viewing after their premieres. Unless otherwise noted, all events are free. Send event announcements to [email protected].

Friday, October 15

On Minoru Yamasaki
Justin Beal will discuss his new book on the architect of the World Trade Center with Katie Yamasaki, the architect's granddaughter, via livestream at 6 p.m. The talk will also take place in person at the museum.

Sip 'n' Sing
Kyle Barisich hosts the popular sing-along via Zoom at 5 p.m. This week's guest is Dawnn Leewis.

Tuesday, October 19

On Harold Rosenberg
At 6 p.m. via Zoom, Debra Bricker Balken, a writer and curator, will draw from her new biography of Harold Rosenberg to discuss the influential critic's essay "The American Action Painters" and how his idea of action foreshadowed the end of the modern period.

Painting Nature
Also on Zoom, at 3 p.m., Joyce Raimondo, the center's education coordinator, will lead a tour of the artists' studio and discuss how they and other artists used the natural world as inspiration.

Wednesday, October 20

Astronomy and Ancient Egypt
In collaboration with Hamptons Observatory, Guild Hall will present a virtual talk by Colleen Darnell, an Egyptologist, on the belief system, art, and life of ancient Egypt, at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, October 27

Remembering Lee
A tour of the artists' studios will be followed by a discussion about Lee Krasner's life and work by people who knew her. It will happen via Zoom at 6 p.m.





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