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Hamptons Arts Network Establishes Artists Relief Fund

The Hamptons Arts Network, a group of 19 nonprofit arts organizations on the South Fork that banded together a few years ago, has been a lifeline for its members during the Covid-19 crisis. Now, the group is directing some of its resources outward to help the creative community around them.

Jun 30, 2020
Hamptons Film Launches Summer Drive-In Series

Hamptons Film has revealed it will offer a series of 12 drive-in screenings at the Hayground School beginning with "The Wizard of Oz" on July 6. In addition, it is offering rentals of its screening equipment and staffing for private use at several levels -- from backyard to community center and country club.

Jun 29, 2020
New York City Galleries Head to East Hampton

With New Yorkers hunkered down in their second homes on the South Fork since March and in no hurry to return, owners of prominent New York galleries -- Pace, Skarstedt, and Van de Weghe Fine Art, among them -- have followed their customers, moving east for an extended seasion or even multiple years.

Jun 25, 2020
Arts Notes 06.25.20

Openings of Guild Hall, Madoo, and Southampton Arts Center, Joe Zucker speaks, a benefit concert, and more

Jun 25, 2020
Roadside Art on View in East Hampton

"Art Apart," a roadside art exhibition open to all East Hampton residents, will populate the town's byways with a variety of artworks.

Jun 18, 2020
Arts Notes 06.18.20

LongHouse opens for the seasons, many gallery openings, a McNally film, and more

Jun 18, 2020
Guild Hall Restarts Summer 

Josh Gladstone, the artistic director of Guild Hall’s theater programs, summed up the paradox of planning events this summer: “It’s an exercise in Zen Buddhism. How do you create performing arts programming in a theater that doesn’t exist?”

Jun 11, 2020
Arts Notes 06.11.20

Tomashi Jackson speaks at the Parrish, a film trilogy streams on the East Hampton Library's Facebook page, “Shirley” will be streamed by the Sag Harbor Cinema, and more.

Jun 11, 2020
Masked Dance in a Masked World

“How often do we put masks on to deal with certain things in our life, and how often do we take them off and feel vulnerable?” said Charity Joy Robinson, who taught the dance last Thursday on the lawn at the North Sea Community House for a small, socially-distanced group of students.

Jun 4, 2020
Arts Notes 06.04.20

Area musicians hope to raise money for East End hunger, a discussion of a new book on Krasner, and more

Jun 4, 2020
A Cautious Optimism Prevails at Duck Creek

Duck Creek's programs and exhibitions directly relate to the present Springs artist community and its history as an art colony going back decades. Given this precedent, the site has become inextricably linked to its programs. That is a challenge in a socially distanced time

May 28, 2020
Arts Notes 05.28.20

New online classes, an easement closes for the Sag Harbor Cinema, the Hampton Theatre Company announces the postponement of some of its plays, and more

May 28, 2020