The realms of fine food and fine arts will come together once again at the Watermill Center, where the Artists' Table brunch series returns starting June 5. From noon to 2:30 p.m., a farm-to-table meal by Martine Abitbol, an acclaimed chef and restaurateur, will be the backdrop for private presentations by Rachel Dickstein, an Obie Award-winning theater director, and Tomashi Jackson, a multidisciplinary artist who is the 2021 recipient of the Watermill Center's Inga Maren Otto Fellowship.
“Artists’ Table Brunch celebrates the rich traditions, artistic heritage, and local food culture of Long Island’s East End together with the legacy of The Watermill Center,” said Erin Wainwright, manager of special events and individual giving at the arts center. “Bringing together artists and art enthusiasts is at the heart of our mission, and after more than a year without on-site events, we can’t imagine a better way to welcome back the community and kick off the summer season.”
Tickets to the Artists' Table brunch series are sold in groups of four or six. Meals are outdoors and pods of guests are seated socially distanced from one another. Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite, and for additional information or questions, an email can be sent to [email protected].