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The Watermill Center Tour

https://www.watermillcenter.org/events/tours-2019-19/

Walk through history with a guided tour of The Watermill Center building, grounds, gardens, art collection and study library. The Watermill Collection contains over 5,000 pieces representing all continents and many eras, from the stone age to the present. Housed in a place where performers, artists and scientists from different cultures and disciplines come to collaborate, the Watermill Collection serves as an inspiration for creative practice. Situated on eight-acres of land, The Watermill Center is surrounded by verdant lawns and outdoor sculpture, meditation and rooftop gardens.

Click here to make your reservation (required).

All tours do begin promptly on time. Please arrive 15 minutes early.

For more information about The Watermill Center Tour or to make private group reservations, please email visit@watermillcenter.org or call (631) 726-4628

If you’re not able to join a guided tour, you are welcome to explore the grounds of The Watermill Center from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm any day, from September-June.  No pets are allowed on the property.
The Watermill Center is committed to providing accessible programs and services for all patrons and artists with disabilities. For further information about any accessibility issues or needs, please contact us at +1 212 253 7484 or email us at info@watermillcenter.org
photo © Maria Baranova-Suzuki

 

Ross Authors Night at BookHampton

Friday, May 31st at 5pm

Ross School and BookHampton are co-sponsoring the first–ever Ross Authors Night to highlight and celebrate the extraordinary literary talent in the Ross Community. Authors who are Ross parents, grandparents, and alumni will gather at BookHampton in East Hampton to sign books, answer questions, and read from their works. Those attending include:

Emma Walton Hamilton – Award-winning writer, producer, and arts educator and Ross parent. She has co-authored over thirty children’s books with her mother, Julie Andrews, eight of which have been on the New York Times best-seller list. The mother-daughter pair also co-created, wrote and produced the Emmy-nominated children’s series Julie’s Greenroom for Netflix in partnership with the Jim Henson Company.

Susan Verde – New York Times bestselling picture book author and Ross parent. Her books celebrate the unique experiences of children and share messages of empathy, kindness, global citizenship, creativity and more. In addition to writing Susan teaches yoga and mindfulness to children.

Chris Babu – Author of The Initiation series, a trilogy of young adult dystopian thrillers from Permuted Press. He’s a former Wall Street bond trader who has a math degree from MIT, lives in Southampton, and is a Ross parent.

Also in person will be Dr. Jane Aronson, leading humanitarian in the field of orphan care, to discuss her book Carried in Our Hearts: The Gift of Adoption, in which she presents first-person testimonies from families whose lives have been blessed by adoption including Ross parents Deborra-Lee and Hugh Jackman. Joining her will be Ellora Decarlo, a Ross parent who contributed her own story to Dr. Aronson’s book. Ms. Decarlo is an actor/writer/producer and Ross parent who has long been inspired by the creative art of storytelling. She is also the Co-Founder and President of Futuro de los Ninos Foundation and Co-Founder of the Guatemala900 Movement.

Extreme Magic of Eric Wilzig

The Westhampton Rotary Club Presents: Extreme Magic of Eric Wilzig

Friday, May 17 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

Buy tickets here!!!!

Join us for a fun-filled evening of music, unique illusions, daring escapes, and outrageous stunts!

Considered one the HOTTEST RISING STARS in the magic industry today, Eric Wilzig has captivated audiences worldwide with one of the LARGEST touring illusion shows in the country! Combining an explosive mix of cutting-edge illusions, daring escapes, outrageous stunts, cool music, and special effect lighting, The Extreme Magic of Eric can only be labeled as INTENSELY ENTERTAINING and totally DIFFERENT than anything else out there today!

Featuring a special opening performance by local star and American Idol contestant, Christiaan Padavan.

Tickets:
$50 VIP – Includes premium seating and a “meet & greet” with the magician.
$25 for Adults
$15 for Seniors & Children ages 6-12 (note: children under the age of 6 will not be admitted).

Featured Dining: Mothers’ Day Brunch at Dockers

Welcome to Dockers Waterside Marina & Restaurant! We have been a Dune Road destination for 29 years now and every year it gets better and better.

All of our seats overlook the water and with two outdoor waterside living rooms plus three bars Dockers pleases at every level. Our menu is an eclectic mix of creative American cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood, steaks and lobsters all created and designed by Chef Scott Hastings.

Dockers Waterside is what summer in the Hamptons is all about. Our casual, relaxing & friendly environment is by design with an “on vacation” feeling. The food, the view and the live entertainment are all part of the overall experience. Zagat has rated us as a “lively, upscale casual waterfront restaurant, bar & marina.”

https://www.dockerswaterside.com/

 

Opening Reception For Elizabeth Parker Library Paintings in East Hampton

ELIZABETH PARKER: LIBRARY PAINTINGS
May 11 – 26, 2019

Reception: Saturday, May 11, 5-7pm

Open: Friday – Sunday 12-5pm
and by appointment

https://www.duckcreekarts.org/2019-elizabeth-parkerlibrary-paintings

ARTS CENTER AT DUCK CREEK
127 Squaw Road, Springs, East Hampton

The Arts Center at Duck Creek is pleased to announce its first exhibition of the 2019 season, Elizabeth Parker: Library Paintings, opening May 11, 5-7 p.m. and on view through Sunday May 26. The exhibition will be open to the public Friday – Sunday, 12-5 p.m.

Elizabeth Ashton Parker Anderson (1893-1975), professionally known as Elizabeth Parker, was an accomplished painter and advocate for the arts, living and working in Springs in the 1950s. Library Paintings is a selection of works recently recovered from the attic of the Springs Library. Parker donated these objects to the Town of East Hampton, along with her home, the 168-year-old Ambrose Parsons House on Old Stone Highway. The house has served the community ever since.

Elizabeth Parker exhibited her work widely during her lifetime, both locally and abroad. She attended Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, the Art Students League in New York City, and studied under Hans Hoffman in Provincetown, Massachusetts. She designed sets and costumes for the New York Theater Guild and served as President of the Springs Improvement Society, in addition to being a long term member of the Art Committee of Ashawagh Hall. Her work is in the collections of both Guild Hall and The Parrish Art Museum.

In 1957, John Little, whose beautifully restored barn/studio houses this exhibition, solicited Parker along with Alfonso Ossorio to open the first commercial gallery in East Hampton. Signa Gallery, then located at 53 Main Street (where Firestone Gallery now resides), operated for three years, displaying works by well-known locals like Willem de Kooning and Franz Kline, but also artists such as Agnes Martin and Philip Guston. In response to Parker’s work, John Little writes “This work is characterized by opposing vibrant color, the form being synonymous with color, form growing out of the color with a totality of light.”

On the occasion of Parker’s Memorial Exhibition in 1976, artist Alfonso Ossorio reflects; “Elizabeth Parker devoted her life to her art and to a constructive involvement with other people. Especially those in her chosen field of work. Quietly, unobtrusively, undemandingly, she persevered in developing her painting into a body of work filled with gaiety and a sense of the contrasts, calms and tensions of life. She was singularly modest about what she created, so much so that even her friends may well be surprised and delighted with the variety and richness of this exhibition. And for this joyful accomplishment we thank her.”

The Arts Center at Duck Creek develops and operates programming at the East Hampton Town-owned historic Duck Creek Farm for the benefit of the local community. Our mission is to honor the spirit of artist John Little, whose 19th century barn/studio was a meeting place for artists in the ‘50s and beyond. The Arts Center at Duck Creek, Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation licensed by the Town of East Hampton.

“It is fitting that the Arts Center at Duck Creek chose to exhibit Elizabeth Parker’s “library” paintings as the organization’s first public exhibit as licensee of the John Little barn. The property is the perfect location to honor the contributions of Springs residents, such as Parker, to art, and is a beautiful setting for our residents and visitors to experience community events,” said East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc. “I am proud to have been involved with the barn’s restoration and development of the Town’s partnership with the Arts Center at Duck Creek for the benefit of the community.”

All our events are free and open to the public. Programming at the Arts Center at Duck Creek, Inc. is made possible through the generous support of The Willem de Kooning Foundation, New York, and the HILO Foundation, New York, as well as donations from community members like you!

For additional information, please contact duckcreekarts@gmail.com

LECTURE PANEL DISCUSSION: Art for Health: Looking Forward to Aging on the East End

Saturday, May 11, 2019, at 03:30 PM

http://www.artfulhomecare.net/lecture-panel-discussion-art-health-looking-aging-east-end/

Featuring panelists:
Linda Ford Blaikie (Ayers), Nurse Psychologist, Social Worker,
Writer, Gary Wayne Osbourne, MFA, MAT and Life Coach, Gail Baranello, Dancer, Co-Owner of A&G Dance Company and founder of Moving Through workshops, Bob Schwarz, Artist, family Caregiver, and Author of “Who is That Old Fart in the Mirror?” Nicole MacCallum, CNA and Senior Caregiver, and Zoe Kamitses, ARF Board Member and Pet Therapy Advocate. This event is free and open to the public.

Free and Open to the Public

Southampton, NY, April 12, 2019- Artful Home Care president is pleased to announce a lecture panel moderated by, Beth McNeill-Muhs, in a discussion about increasing quality of life while aging on the East End. This event includes light refreshments and an opportunity for Q&A after the discussion.

Do you wonder how you can maintain your wellbeing as you enter elderhood? Have you found yourself feeling socially isolated? Do you question whether or not you could benefit from some in the home support? Do you want to know what the community is doing to help improve the quality of life for East End residents?

Artful Home Care has organized a series of lectures highlighting local health care professionals, as well as professionals who use the creative arts and other alternative measures as a means of wellness. This is an opportunity to educate community residents and begin a dialogue regarding the issue of aging on the East End.

The first lecture of the series will take place at the Southampton Art Center on Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 3:30 pm – 5 pm followed by a Q&A.

If you or an aging loved one is considering hiring Home Care in Southampton, NY, call the caring staff at Artful Home Care today at 631-685-5001.

Christine Sciulli – Phosphene Dreams at Guild Hall

Guild Hall in East Hampton
158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937 United States
Free Admission

On view daily from 11am to 5pm through May 27th

Christine Sciulli’s primary medium is light. Sciulli allows the architecture of a room to dictate the composition of her work and then transforms the space to that vision. In Phosphene Dreams, a site-specific installation in Guild Hall’s Woodhouse Gallery, Sciulli will explore qualities of rigidity and fluidity by projecting light onto suspended fabric forms to create an illuminated and voluminous sculpture. Viewers are invited to be immersed in the environment and choose from a variety of perspectives and places to sit, linger, play, and interact with the work, as atmospheric shapes appear to grow and dissolve around the gallery.

Frontiers at the WHBPAC

https://whbpac.org/event/the-frontiers/

Saturday, May 11 @ 8:00 pm

They’re hailed by fans and critics alike as the best JOURNEY tribute band in the world, performing the band’s music with chilling accuracy in both sound and presentation. Take a journey (pun intended) back to the ‘80’s era when JOURNEY’s chart topping hits ruled the airwaves. Hits like: “Anyway You Want It”, “Open Arms”, “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)”, “Faithfully”, and of course “Don’t Stop Believing”. The music, coupled with the undeniable talent of these performers, makes for the most authentic JOURNEY experience you can get today.

Tickets: $49