On June 20, the roadsides of East Hampton will come alive with Art Apart, an uncurated, roadside exhibition featuring the creative talent of a diverse swath of the town’s residents.
On Friday, June 19, at 5 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum presents adjunct curator David Pagel in a live-stream conversation with artist Mary McCleary as part of “Telling Stories: Reframing The Narratives.”
The Parrish Art Museum has announced that it has been approved for a $25,000 Arts Work grant by the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, in support of its 2020 Platform project “Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim.”
The Parrish Art Museum is coming together to create art to thank those who are taking risks in the community to keep everyone safe. All are welcome to send a positive message with art and take a moment to design a thank you card or two for the frontline workers in the area.
The Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs announces “Le Deuce Deuce,” a two-person exhibition featuring sculpture and paintings by Mason Saltarrelli and Bill Saylor. This exhibition is now open and will remain on view through July 5.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts Gallery in Bridgehampton has opened for the season with an exhibition titled “Susan English: New Works on Paper.” The show runs through July 6.
Artist Tomashi Jackson’s project “The Land Claim” focuses on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Latinx, Black, and Indigenous families on the East End. On Friday, June 12, at 5 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum and museum senior Curator Corinne Erni will present a live stream talk with Jackson — the museum’s 2020 Platform artist.
In the wake of COVID-19, the Parrish Art Museum is launching “Artist Stories From the Pandemic,” a series of short videos by East End artists who reflect on their life and work in the era of Coronavirus
On June 17, The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton will open “Change of Focus,” an exhibition with work by Nelson De La Nuez, Lynn Savarese, Karl Soderlund, Martha McCaleer and Kevin Bishop.
In early July, the New York City-based Pace Gallery will launch a summer exhibition in a temporary space in East Hampton — a 1,700-square-foot gallery at 68 Park Place in the heart of the village.
Guild Hall has reinvented its traditional season of events to announce a new, redesigned 2020 Summer Season, which will combine both online and in-person events, through new platforms.
Keyes Gallery in Sag Harbor in collaboration with the Bert Stern Estate is releasing a series of new, limited edition prints from “The Last Sitting” with Marilyn Monroe that took place at the legendary Bel-Air Hotel in Beverly Hills in 1962.
Artists don’t stop working just because they’re socially distancing. On Friday, June 5, at 5 p.m. Alicia G. Longwell, Ph.D., chief curator at the Parrish Art Museum, will lead a live-stream illustrated conversation with Sag Harbor-based photographer and Parrish collection artist Mary Ellen Bartley, who recently completed a 30-day photography project in quarantine.
The Heckscher Museum of Art is now accepting entries for the 2020 Long Island Biennial, a juried exhibition featuring works by visual artists from Suffolk and Nassau counties.
The Hamptons Drive-In Theatre opened in July 1955 and was located on the site of what is now the Bridgehampton Commons shopping plaza.