A new generation of commentators is remaking art criticism in their image. On Saturday, September 21, at 1 p.m., Guild Hall in East Hampton hosts “Art Criticism: The Next Generation” with Tiffany Bradley.
The program will screen four short films and one work-in-progress, showcasing arts experiences from Native American, Afro-Brazilian, African-American, and Caribbean-American communities. A panel discussion will follow with millennial curators and journalists responding to the changing understanding of cultural heritage.
Shorts include “Digital Natives: Plains Indians at The Met,” “Free Blacks: DanceAfrica at BAM”, “#MovementIsRising: Museum of Impact,” “Millennial Realness: 2019 Whitney Biennial” and “Carnival Queens.”
Admission to the program is $15 ($10 members). Call 631-324-4050 or go to theatermania.com. Guild Hall is at 158 Main Street, East Hampton.