The paintings of Ben Georgia will be featured in a one-man show opening Saturday, October 9, with a reception from 2 to 5 p.m. at Colm Rowan Fine Art, 55 Main Street, East Hampton.
The Parrish Art Museum celebrates art, artists, and the community at three “Welcome Days” at the Parrish — offering free admission, self-led art activities, creative art workshops, engaging exhibitions, and gallery tours led by docents, as well as a pre-recorded Spanish language tour.
Given all that has transpired in the past year in terms of the toll COVID-19 has taken on the world, it’s probably not a coincidence that many people are looking to reconnect and rejuvenate with activities that heal mind, body and soul. That includes cultural activities, and now through the end of the year, the Southampton Arts Center is hosting “Clearing The Air: The Transformative Power of the Arts,” an exhibition that looks to bring strength and inspiration in the wake of pandemic, political strife and social injustice.
On Friday, October 8, a solo exhibit of Gabriele T. Raacke's latest glass paintings and new line of unique original glass prints will go on view in “Glass Dreams,” a show at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.
On October 9, the Parrish Art Museum presents East End-based Latinx artist Darlene Charneco in conversation with curator Corrinne Erni about “Symbiosome Schoolhouse,” Charneco’s 2021 Parrish Road Show exhibition.
Sage and Madison, a boutique located in a small 18th century barn on Sage Street in Sag Harbor, will launch an exhibition of the work of Michael A. Butler with an opening reception on Saturday, October 9, from 5 to 7 p.m.
On Thursday, September 30, at noon, Alicia Longwell, chief curator at the Parrish Art Museum, will offer a Brown Bag Lunch Talk entitled “Mythic America” exploring the imagery of Roy Lichtenstein whose work is on view in “Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948–1960,” which runs through October 24 at the museum.
With the busy summer schedule slowly slipping away, it’s an ideal time to reconnect mind, body and soul. It’s also a great time to connect with the Parrish Art Museum in a more holistic way. Throughout October, the Parrish is offering a series of four meditation classes on Art + Meditation.
Patrons celebrated 90 years of Guild Hall all summer with intimate trustee-hosted dinner parties to benefit the institution. The gatherings, which took place between July and September, celebrated members of the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts.
On Friday, September 24, Keyes Art and Sag Harbor Cinema will present “Bert Stern Loves Sag Harbor,” a photography exhibition of Sue Lyon in her Lolita character with the backdrop of Sag Harbor as provocatively captured by master photographer Bert Stern, followed by a screening of “Lolita,” Stanley Kubrick’s 1962 adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov’s controversial novel.
Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor will present an exhibition of the artwork of Roger Sichel from Thursday, September 23, through October 14, with a reception on Saturday, September 25, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
On Saturday, September 25, The Watermill Center hosts an Artists' Table Brunch with 2021 Inga Maren Otto Fellow, Duke Riley. The artist's presentation will be followed by a farm-to-table meal sourced from East End farmers and producers.
Interdisciplinary artist Andrea Cote and choreographer Ann Robideaux will activate the Guild Hall Minikes Garden on Saturday, October 2, from 7 to 8 p.m. with the performative event “Social Fabric: In the Public Square, creating a place to casually drop in amid a video installation accompanied by live sound by Chris Jones, and curated by Christina Mossiades Strassfield, Guild Hall’s museum director and chief curator.
Artist M. Louise “Lulu” Stanley arrived at the Elaine de Kooning House in East Hampton on Tuesday, August 10, and will be in residency at the home through mid-October. During her stay, Stanley is working on two new paintings — ‘Fountain of Youth” and “Danae” — as well as drawings and gouaches/watercolors.
Now through November 13, The Watermill Center is hosting “Paul Thek: Interior / Landscape.” The exhibition is a reflection on the deeply personal explorations and influences of an often misunderstood artist.