A Teen’s-Eye View of Sag Harbor

Photo by Pierson High School student Brooke Esposito in the exhibit "Sag Harbor In Focus."

“Sag Harbor in Focus,” an exhibition of photography created by students from Pierson High School, is currently on view at The Church in Sag Harbor. The work, created during the past year, is a visual reflection of the students’ experiences, diversity of interests and unique perspectives on living in Sag Harbor and growing up on the East End. It celebrates their resilience during this year of pandemic and social protest. It is also a tangible manifestation of their creativity, passion for photography and love for their community.

The show is curated by photographer Mary Ellen Bartley and the work is divided into seven categories: Portraiture, Still Life, Home, Outside World, Photojournalism, Virtual Learning and Emotions. The photographs will remain on view through May 31 at The Church, 48 Madison Street, Sag Harbor. The work can be viewed from noon to 2 p.m. Fridays through Sundays. Masks and social distancing are required.