JULY 2021
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JULY 2021
JULY 2021
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GUILD HALL
Colin Quinn LIVE in the John Drew Theater
Sag Harbor
Truman & Tennessee
Sag Harbor
Rita Moreno
Sag Harbor
In the heights
SAC
Grease (1978)
Parrish
Jazz on the terrace
Sag Harbor
The bad news bears
Watermill
Tour of the Center
Guild Hall
Mike Birbiglia
Guild Hall
Saturday Family Workshop
Guild Hall
G.E. Smith's PORTRAITS
Bay Street Theater
1st day - Rasean Davonte Johnson
WHBPAC
Les Nôtres
Guild Hall
KIDFEST
Pre-Show Workshop

HIFF
The Parents Trap
SCC
Strange Magic NY
SAC
KIDS: The Brown Rice Family

SAC
Sustainable Seas - Fish & Men


SAC
My Octopus Teacher
Watermill
Tour of the Center
Sag Harbor
Hot Rod
Guild Hall
The Code Breaker
Guild Hall
Captain's Log Books

SAC
Lawn Dances
Guild Hall
Book Talk
SHM
The Natural History of Conscience Point

Parrish Art
Opening of Tomashi Jackson
Parrish Art
Opening of Tomashi Jackson
Parrish Art
Life Drawing
Guild Hall
Stories and Crafts
Bay Street
1st day -
Frankenstein
by Yee Eun Nam
WHBPAC
Final Account
Guild Hall
Mike Birbiglia
HIIF
Grease (1978)

SCC
SouthBound Country Band
Bay Street
Writing Your Life Story
Guild Hall
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Guild Hall
After Hours
Guild Hall
Thicker Than Water with Erica Cirino
SAC
KIDS: Goat on a Boat
Parrish Art
Jazz on the Terrace
Guild Hall
Left Behind /Within
Parrish Art
Summer painting en plein air
Parrish Art
Business Member meet-up
SAC
Basquat
Sag Harbor
Top Secret
East Hampton HS
Point of View:
Vintage to New
Guild Hall
Gallery Tour with Alexis Rockman & Andrea Grover
Guild Hall
A Conversation with Laurie Anderson and Julian Schnabel
Guild Hall
Tuktu Paddle Tour of Shinnecock
Guild Hall
The Tile Club
Parrish Art
Contemporaries Circle Tour of Affinities for Abstraction
Guild Hall
Book Talk:
Whaling Captains of Color
SAC
Martha: A Picture Story
WHBPAC
Songwriters in the Round


WHBPAC
Les Nôtres
SHM
Long Island Indigenous Perspectives Canoe Tour
SHM
Halsey House Picnic
The Watermill Center
Community Day
EHHS
Antiques & Design Show
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Guild Hall
Wampum: History, Crafts & Practice
Parrish Art
Life Drawing
Bay Street
1st day - 20,000
by M. Billings and B. C. Staton

WHBPAC
Hampton
&
Dunes
WHBPAC
Can You Bring It
Guild Hall
KIDFEST
Pre-Show Workshop
HIFF
Dirty Dancing
SCC
The John Fogerty Tribute Project
SAC
KIDS: Mills Trills
SCC
AdLib Steel Orchestra
HIFF & Guild Hall
The Lost Leonardo
Guild Hall
A Night with the Wolfe
SAC
Business Circle Kick-Off Networking
SAC
Moonstruck
Sag Harbor
Okja
Watermill
Tour of the Center
WHBPAC
Great Lawn: Purple Xperience
Guild Hall
75th Clothesline Art Sale
Long House
Say Yes
WHBPAC
Great Lawn: Seth Meyers
Guild Hall
Dan Barber & Florence Fabricant
SAC
20 Feet From Stardom
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Southampton History Museum
An Architect Turns the Corner
Southampton History Museum
Hampton Flea
Bay Street
Smile
by Brittany Bland
Parrish Art
Life Drawing
WHBPAC
Mandibles
Guild Hall
The Tile Club
HIFF
Shrek
SCC
Eagle River Band
Guild Hall
Get Dancing
Parrish Art
Summer Painting En Plein Air
SAC
Do The Right Thing
Sag Harbor
Spider-Man: Un Nuevo Universo
SAC
Friends Apreciation Reception
SAC
Hamptons Jazz Fest
SHM
Ghost Hunting at the Rogers Mansion

SHM
Ghost Hunting at the Halsey House
ECHS
36th Annual Fish Fry
One-time events
Long-term events
Thursday, July 1
3:30 PM
6:30 PM

3:30 PM
6:30 PM

Sag Harbor Cinema
Lights up on Washington Heights...The scent of a cafecito caliente hangs in the air just outside of the 181st Street subway stop, where a kaleidoscope of dreams rallies this vibrant and tight-knit community. At the intersection of it all is the likeable, magnetic bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life.

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3:45 PM
6:15 PM
3:45 PM
6:15 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Over a 70+ year career, Rita Moreno defied both her humble upbringing and relentless racism to become a celebrated and beloved actor, one of the rare EGOT Award Winners of our time. Born into poverty on a Puerto Rican farm, Moreno and her seamstress mother immigrated to New York City when Moreno was five years old. After studying dance and performing on Broadway, Moreno was cast as any ethnic minority the Hollywood studios needed filled, be it Polynesian, Native American or Egyptian. Despite becoming the first Latina actress to win an Academy Award for her role as Anita in "West Side Story" (1961), the studios continued to offer Moreno lesser roles as stereotypical ethnic minorities, ignoring her proven talent. The film illuminates the humor and the grace of Moreno, as well as lesser-known struggles faced on her path to stardom, including pernicious Hollywood sexism and abuse, a toxic relationship with Marlon Brando, and serious depression a year before she emerged an Oscar winner.

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4:00 PM
6:45 PM
4:00 PM
6:45 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams — writers, celebrities, geniuses — catapulted to fame in the 1950s, sparking a friendship and rivalry spanning nearly 40 years until their deaths within a year of each other. Inextricably entwined, and fixtures of their age, they were creative powerhouses (and gay men) who dealt with success and its evanescence in vastly different ways. In Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation, filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland brings the two forces together in a unique and fascinating tête-à-tête, comparing and contrasting their trajectories through dueling voices — the writers' own, culled from archival footage, and the voices of actors Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto portraying, respectively, Capote and Williams at various stages of their lives. Both created rich, imaginary worlds and characters that left indelible marks on the era — and both paid the price of colossal success and fame through alcoholism and periods of artistic stagnation.

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8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Guild Hall
Colin Quinn is a stand-up comedian from Brooklyn (okay, Park Slope). From MTV's "Remote Control" to "SNL" to Comedy Central's "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn," Mr. Quinn is not one to take a hint and bow out gracefully. He's been on Broadway with "Colin Quinn: An Irish Wake" and "Colin Quinn: Long Story Short" (also an HBO special) and off-Broadway with his show "Colin Quinn: Unconstitutional" (available on Netflix) and "Colin Quinn: The New York Story," directed by Jerry Seinfeld (also available on Netflix). Recent credits include "Trainwreck," "Girls," and his web series "Cop Show."

$65 per person

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Friday, July 2
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
The Watermill Center
Walkthrough history with an intimate guided tour of The Watermill Center and its manicured grounds and gardens, carefully curated art collection, and expansive study library. Operating as a year-round artist residency, The Watermill Center's facility and campus offer a unique workspace for artists from across the globe, providing them with the time, space and freedom to create and inspire!

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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Join us for our first outdoor Jazz concert of the season featuring The Seth Weaver Quartet! You may also watch the livestream of the concert on the Parrish's YouTube channel.

Space on the terrace is limited, please use the links below to register. The event takes place outdoors on the Museum's Terrace and Event Lawn, rain or shine. Please bring your own chairs, no Museum seating is available.

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REGISTER FOR LIVESTREAM
8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Gates Open at 8PM
Film to Start at Dusk

SAC kicks off the 4th of July weekend with the screening of Grease starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

Make sure to bring your own beach chair or blanket.

ADMISSION: $10|$5 (SAC Members)

FREE for Kids 12 or Younger

SAC kicks off the 4th of July weekend with the screening of Grease starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.

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8:20 PM
8:20 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Academy Award winners Walter Matthau and Tatum O'Neal anchor this classic 1976 comedy about the world's worst little league team, who's gender-bending pitcher might just save them. Gleefully inappropriate, THE BAD NEWS BEARS features kids fighting, cursing, and spraying one another with victory beer in a film of surprising depth.

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Saturday, July 3
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Guild Hall
Guild Hall's Saturday Family workshops are the perfect way for families to take part in shared learning and creativity. Each session allows families, ages 4+, to explore and reflect on the works exhibited in Guild Hall's Museum as they create unique works of their own.

From building driftwood ships to painting imaginative watercolor landscapes, each Saturday Family Workshop provides a new viewpoint and level of engagement to the current exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Workshops are led by a rotating team of locally based educators and artists, embracing the diversity and artist colony of the Hamptons.

A single registration is for families of no more than four people.

$50 per family ($35 Members)

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8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Guild Hall
Comedian, author, and actor Mike Birbiglia went from doing his last shows on Broadway ("The New One") to shows on Zoom and now presents his 2021 shows outdoors! The comedian and host of the hit podcast "Working It Out" performs over an hour of all new comedy with special guest opener in a safe, socially distanced way. Don't miss it!

Show recommended for audience members ages 16 and up.

Run time: Approx. 1 hour

THIS PROGRAM WILL TAKE PLACE OUTDOORS IN THE JOHN DREW BACKYARD THEATER. It is recommended to bring your own chairs/blankets. A limited number of chairs will be available, first come first served.
Concessions are now available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.

$65 per person

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Monday, July 5
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
Guild Hall
G.E. Smith is launching his fifth series of PORTRAITS this year for Guild Hall's 90th anniversary with Masters of the TELECASTERS featuring he and Jim Weider. Smith was bandleader and Musical Director for Saturday Night Live (SNL) band from 85-95′. During this time he also toured with Bob Dylan for four years. He was bassist on THE WALL LIVE TOUR for Roger Waters, 2010-2016 and sideman to Jagger, Bowie, and guitarist for Hall & Oates. He also helped Mike Myers write a song for Aerosmith, called Wayne's World which went multi-platinum when they performed on SNL. Jim Weider, a master of classic telecaster guitar, is renowned for his rock and blues-based signature sound. He is among a select group of musicians with an endorsement from Fender and, for the past three decades, he's earned enormous respect from fellow musicians and music fans throughout the world.

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Tuesday, July 6
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Directed by Jeanne Leblanc
103 Mins | French |

To the tight-knit community of Sainte-Adeline, Quebec, Magalie appears as a normal suburban high school sophomore surrounded by friends. But this popular teenage girl is harboring a shocking secret: she's pregnant. When Magalie refuses to identify the father, suspicions among the townsfolk come to a boiling point and the layers of a carefully maintained social varnish eventually crack.

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8:30 PM

8:30 PM

JULY 6 - JULY 11

Bay Street Theater

by Rasean Davonte Johnson

Wonder/Wall is an exciting and new immersive video performance series. Performances will be approximately 15 minutes in duration, and will take place within Bay Street Theater's courtyard, which will be converted into a newly envisioned outdoor performance space created especially for this compelling presentation.

Rasean Davonte Johnson is a video artist and designer of projections for theatre, film, and installations. He is the owner of the design studio eightinfinitystudio which has been responsible for projects such as A Night of Wonder in collaboration with sound designer and composer Pornchanok Kanchanabanca, and A Wedding and an Ostrich at the Eiffel Tower in collaboration with Elizabeth Mak. Additionally he has worked on several installations including personal works such as Living Sculpture as part of LUX: Ideas through Light at the Beinecke Rare Books Library, and Juniper Ascending at Yale University, and collaborative works including The Ballad of Lula Del Ray 2.0 with Manual Cinema at the Logan Arts Center, Convergence: A mad tea pARTy at the Yale Art Gallery, and Passenger, featured at the University of Chicago and the Bridgeport Film Festival. For his work as a theatrical designer he has been awarded the Michael Maggio Emerging Designer Award in 2018 and the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Projection Design in 2019.

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Wednesday, July 7
2:00 PM-2:45 PM
4:00 PM-4:45 PM
2:00 PM-2:45 PM
4:00 PM-4:45 PM
Guild Hall
From decorative juggling sticks to pirate flags to triple-tier cake sculptures, our pre-show workshops get your child's imagination ready for the show they are about to experience. Join us to explore, create, and learn together!

Each workshop is led and crafted in partnership with our neighbors at The Golden Eagle.
Join us for this workshop just prior to The Jester Jim Show – Juggling, Beatboxing, Comedy!

Appropriate for ages 4+
This is a family program. Parents/Guardians are expected to stay with their children.

$35 ($30 Members) per child

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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Guild Hall
"This is not your ordinary juggling show!" With a trunk full of props and a looping machine, Jester Jim takes the stage and starts his show. Young and old will be glued to his every sound as he performs his amazing beatbox intro. Kids and adults alike will be talking about Jester Jim's wild antics for weeks!

$30 Adults / $15 Kids

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6:30 PM
6:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
Strange Magic NY is the authentic re-creation of legendary '70s rock band ELO (Electric Light Orchestra)! Live cellos and intricate vocal arrangements bring a span of ELO hits to life, including "Livin' Thing," "Evil Woman," "Strange Magic," and "Don't Bring Me Down." If you're a fan of ELO, you won't want to miss this concert! And as an added treat, The Plaza Cafe on Wheels Food Truck will be on-site. Come for dinner, stay for an amazing show!
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
Directed by Jeanne Leblanc
103 Mins | French |

To the tight-knit community of Sainte-Adeline, Quebec, Magalie appears as a normal suburban high school sophomore surrounded by friends. But this popular teenage girl is harboring a shocking secret: she's pregnant. When Magalie refuses to identify the father, suspicions among the townsfolk come to a boiling point and the layers of a carefully maintained social varnish eventually crack.

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8:30 PM
8:30 PM
Hamptons International Film Festival
Summer was made for movies under the stars! Join us every Wednesday night at 8:30pm for free screenings of classic crowdpleasers at Herrick Park, right in the Village of East Hampton. This is the first time any public screenings have been held in Herrick Park!

Want a front row seat? Reserve an 8′ x 10′ square (for up to 6 people) in the first two rows! The cost of your square ($50) will support our year-round education and community programs. Thank you!

Seating is otherwise free, but please RSVP using the links below so we can better plan for social distancing.

You are welcome to bring your own chairs, blankets, and a picnic (alcohol prohibited). Restaurants in the Village will be offering discounted picnic packages for your viewing pleasure, and there will be popcorn on site; stay tuned for details. As we want to be welcome here all summer long, please be kind to the park—take everything with you when you leave (including all trash). See you at the movies!

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Thursday, July 8
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
The Brown Rice Family is a world roots band jamming towards global solidarity and organic happiness. This high-energy, eight-member ensemble combines an eclectic mix of musical influences encompassing Reggae, Hip-hop, Dance-Hall, Brazilian, Afro-beat, Jazz styling, Latin, and Funk. This band's performances are fun for the whole family!

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07:00 PM - 10:00 PM
07:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Screening + Panel Discussion

FISH & MEN exposes the high cost of cheap fish in the modern seafood economy and the forces threatening local fishing communities and public health by revealing how our choices as consumers drive the global seafood trade. Panel includes Dr. Jennifer Jacquet, David Barber, Margie Mason, Valentine Thomas, Esq, Sean Barrett, and moderator Tela Loretta Troge, Esq

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Friday, July 9
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
The Watermill Center
Walkthrough history with an intimate guided tour of The Watermill Center and its manicured grounds and gardens, carefully curated art collection, and expansive study library. Operating as a year-round artist residency, The Watermill Center's facility and campus offer a unique workspace for artists from across the globe, providing them with the time, space and freedom to create and inspire!

CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION
8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Film to start at dusk

My Octopus Teacher is a 2020 Netflix Original documentary film directed by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed, which documents a year spent by filmmaker Craig Foster forging a relationship with a wild common octopus in a South African kelp forest. At the 93rd Academy Awards, it won the award for Best Documentary.

Bring your own beach chair or blanket.

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8:25 PM
8:25 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Outdoor Screening

Andy Samberg's criminally underrated film concerns a suicidally inept amatuer stuntman Rod Kimble preparing for the jump of his life. Featuring a who's who of comic talent, including Bill Hader, Danny McBride, and the luminous Sissy Spacek, HOT ROD is a cinematic ode to the era of big jumps and cheap bikes, summertime and slapstick.

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Saturday, July 10
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Guild Hall
Guild Hall's Saturday Family workshops are the perfect way for families to take part in shared learning and creativity. Each session allows families, ages 4+, to explore and reflect on the works exhibited in Guild Hall's Museum as they create unique works of their own.

From building driftwood ships to painting imaginative watercolor landscapes, each Saturday Family Workshop provides a new viewpoint and level of engagement to the current exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Workshops are led by a rotating team of locally based educators and artists, embracing the diversity and artist colony of the Hamptons.

$50 per family ($35 Members)

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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Guild Hall
The next great innovation revolution: CRISPR, gene editing, and Jennifer Doudna

The bestselling author of Leonardo da Vinci, Einstein, and Steve Jobsreturns with a gripping account of how Nobel prize winner Jennifer Doudna and her colleagues launched a revolution that will allow us to cure diseases, fend off viruses, and improve the human species.

Bestselling author Walter Isaacson has established himself as the biographer of creativity, innovation, and genius. Einstein was the genius of the revolution in physics, and Steve Jobs was the genius of the revolution in digital technology. We are now on the cusp of a third revolution in science, a revolution in biochemistry that is capable of curing diseases, fending off viruses, and improving the human species itself. The genius at the center of his newest book, The Code Breaker (available on March 9, 2021), is American biochemist Jennifer Doudna (pronounced DOWD-nuh), who is considered one of the prime inventors of CRISPR, a system that can edit DNA.

$15 per person

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06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
06:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Lawn Dances is the first annual dance festival at Southampton Arts Center presenting contemporary New York-based choreographers who are invited to re-imagine their work on an outdoor stage situated on the lawn. Two shared bills will present the work Baye & Asa, Jasmine Hearn, Kayla Farrish, Jodi Melnick, Loni Landon and Christopher Williams. The series provides a platform for fresh unique voices and connects them to new audiences in the East End. Lawn Dances is curated and programmed by choreographer Loni Landon and performance producer Sasha Okshteyn.

The series provides a platform for fresh unique voices and connects them to new audiences in the East End. Lawn Dances is curated and programmed by choreographer Loni Landon and performance producer Sasha Okshteyn.

Choreographer Jasmine Hearn.
Sunday, July 11
11:00 AM
11:00 AM
Southampton History Museum
Enjoy a stroll along the short salt marsh-bordered nature path from the parking lot to the large boulder marking the landing site of the first English settlers in New York State and founders of Southampton in 1640. Howard Reisman is an expert guide to the area's marine ecology, its special beauty and the various activities it sustains.

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11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
MEMBERS' PREVIEW

Members will be among the first to view the Museum's new exhibition, Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim, with a special program at 12PM and enhanced benefits throughout the day. Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim is organized by Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects, who will engage artist Tomashi Jackson in conversation in the Lichtenstein Theater at noon.

Members are invited to take advantage of free admission for one guest per Member per visit and increased discounts in the Shop and Café with 20% off.

Space is limited and advanced registration required.

About the Exhibition

Tomashi Jackson (born 1980, Houston, TX) is a multidisciplinary artist working across painting, textiles, sculpture, and video to place formal and material investigations in dialogue with recent histories of displacement and disenfranchisement of people of color, resulting in formalist compositions of exuberant color, bold geometries, and intricate layerings of material. Jackson's continued investigation into color, light, and perception, and the effects of these on the value of human life in public space is inspired by Josef Albers's research on the relativity of color.

Jackson was invited as part of the Parrish Art Museum's 2021 annual invitation to an artist to consider the entire Museum as a site for works that transcend disciplinary boundaries, encouraging new ways to experience art, architecture, landscape, and community.

Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim focuses on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx families on the East End of Long Island, and how issues of housing, transportation, livelihood, migration, and agriculture link these communities.

Learn more here.

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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Acrylic Painting: Light, Layers and Glazes

Join artist Eric Dever for this Creative Studio for Adults and Teens. Explore painting in acrylic; discover the transparent qualities of this medium while layering and glazing with color. We will create works of art inspired by the Museum's current exhibitions and permanent collection artists Dorothea Rockburne and Keith Sonnier.

Workshops will be held in the Lichtenstein Theater to allow for ample social distancing. Everyone will have their own workspace and materials. Materials will be provided.

$35 Non-members | $25 Members

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4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Guild Hall
Author Amanda M. Fairbanks in conversation with David Netto on her new book, The Lost Boys of Montauk – an immersive account of a tragedy at sea whose repercussions haunt its survivors to this day, lauded by New York Times bestselling author Ron Suskind as "an honest and touching book, and a hell of a story."

An audience Q&A will follow.

$15 per person

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5:00 PM
5:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Lawn Dances is the first annual dance festival at Southampton Arts Center presenting contemporary New York-based choreographers who are invited to re-imagine their work on an outdoor stage situated on the lawn. Two shared bills will present the work Baye & Asa, Jasmine Hearn, Kayla Farrish, Jodi Melnick, Loni Landon and Christopher Williams. The series provides a platform for fresh unique voices and connects them to new audiences in the East End. Lawn Dances is curated and programmed by choreographer Loni Landon and performance producer Sasha Okshteyn.

The series provides a platform for fresh unique voices and connects them to new audiences in the East End. Lawn Dances is curated and programmed by choreographer Loni Landon and performance producer Sasha Okshteyn.

Choreographer Jasmine Hearn.
Monday, July 12
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Develop your drawing skills with teaching artist Linda Capello. Participants will practice drawing male and female models through gesture sketches and longer duration observation. All skill levels are welcome. Participants are asked to provide their own dry media supplies.

Nonmembers $120 | Members $100

Please note that this class takes place from 2-4pm

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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Guild Hall
Join storytellers and creatives from Guild Hall and the East Hampton Library for a family hour of stories, gallery tours, and art workshops. At each session we will be reading a children's book in response to the current Guild Hall exhibit, followed by a hands-on workshop.

This series is produced in tandem with the exhibition Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks.

Free with Suggested Donation

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Tuesday, July 13
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Directed by Luke Holland
94 Mins | German | PG-13

FINAL ACCOUNT is an urgent portrait of the last living generation of everyday people to participate in Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. Over a decade in the making, the film raises vital, timely questions about authority, conformity, complicity and perpetration, national identity, and responsibility, as men and women ranging from former SS members to civilians in never-before-seen interviews reckon with — in very different ways — their memories, perceptions and personal appraisals of their own roles in the greatest human crimes in history.

"An invaluable documentary that hears the reflections of former soldiers, guards and prison camp workers…" Chicago Sun-Times

"The ringing message throughout 'Final Account' comes from the famous quote attributed to Edmund Burke, 'The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.'" CNN.com

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8:30 PM

8:30 PM

Bay Street Theater
Wind! Waves! A Crash of Thunder! Enter, Frankenstein. We've all seen and heard of the classic creature, but what if Frankenstein is one of us? Wonder/Wall is an exciting and new immersive video performance series. Performances will be approximately 15 minutes in duration, and will take place within Bay Street Theater's courtyard, which will be converted into a newly envisioned outdoor performance space created especially for this compelling presentation.

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Wednesday, July 14
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
SouthBound's love and commitment to its fans and country music have been a driving force that has helped create a thriving Long Island country scene. In addition to headlining festivals and drawing huge crowds on its own, SouthBound has opened for many famous acts including Keith Urban, LoCash, Joe Nichols, Rodney Atkins, Parmalee, Easton Corbin, and Charlie Daniels Band to name a few. Wowing crowds for over a decade, this four-piece tour de force captivates and enthralls crowds with their showmanship, talent, and positive energy.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Guild Hall
Comedian, author, and actor Mike Birbiglia went from doing his last shows on Broadway ("The New One") to shows on Zoom and now presents his 2021 shows outdoors! The comedian and host of the hit podcast "Working It Out" performs over an hour of all new comedy with special guest opener in a safe, socially distanced way. Don't miss it!

Show recommended for audience members ages 16 and up.

Run time: Approx. 1 hour

THIS PROGRAM WILL TAKE PLACE OUTDOORS IN THE JOHN DREW BACKYARD THEATER. It is recommended to bring your own chairs/blankets. A limited number of chairs will be available, first come first served.
Concessions are now available at our new eAT Coffee Bar.

$65 per person

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7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Directed by Luke Holland
94 Mins | German | PG-13

FINAL ACCOUNT is an urgent portrait of the last living generation of everyday people to participate in Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. Over a decade in the making, the film raises vital, timely questions about authority, conformity, complicity and perpetration, national identity, and responsibility, as men and women ranging from former SS members to civilians in never-before-seen interviews reckon with — in very different ways — their memories, perceptions and personal appraisals of their own roles in the greatest human crimes in history.

"An invaluable documentary that hears the reflections of former soldiers, guards and prison camp workers…" Chicago Sun-Times

"The ringing message throughout 'Final Account' comes from the famous quote attributed to Edmund Burke, 'The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.'" CNN.com

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8:30 PM
8:30 PM
Hamptons International Film Festival
SUMMER SCREENINGS AT HERRICK PARK (EH VILLAGE)

Summer was made for movies under the stars! Join us every Wednesday night at 8:30pm for free screenings of classic crowdpleasers at Herrick Park, right in the Village of East Hampton. This is the first time any public screenings have been held in Herrick Park!

Want a front row seat? Reserve an 8′ x 10′ square (for up to 6 people) in the first two rows! The cost of your square ($50) will support our year-round education and community programs. Thank you!

Seating is otherwise free, but please RSVP using the links below so we can better plan for social distancing.

You are welcome to bring your own chairs, blankets, and a picnic (alcohol prohibited). Restaurants in the Village will be offering discounted picnic packages for your viewing pleasure, and there will be popcorn on site; stay tuned for details. As we want to be welcome here all summer long, please be kind to the park—take everything with you when you leave (including all trash). See you at the movies!

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Thursday, July 15
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Punch & Judy in the Kitchen
Liz Joyce & A Couple of Puppets

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30 minutes, ages 3-8, hand puppets

For hundreds of years, the Punch & Judy puppet tradition has been a popular treat. In this updated version Punch & Judy cook up some wacky fun in the kitchen. Hand-carved puppets created and performed by Liz Joyce & A Couple of Puppets. This show is great for festivals and outdoor events

Trained as a fine artist, Liz also was certified in Art Education K-12. In the early stages of her career, Liz worked with and apprenticed with Terry Snyder, a master puppeteer from Richmond, Virginia. Her artistic approach to puppetry has also been influenced by European puppetry traditions and the eccentric energy of New York's downtown performance artists. She honed her carving skills working with traditional puppet carvers in Prague, Czech Republic, and often collaborates with other puppeteers in the international puppet community. Liz's puppet operetta, Sing a Song of Sixpence was awarded an UNIMA Citation, the highest award in American puppetry. Since 2001, Liz has hosted many talented puppeteers at Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY where she is founder and artistic director. She recently served on the Board of Directors for the Jim Henson Foundation and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Puppeteers of America and the Puppetry Guild of Greater New York.
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Guild Hall
Guild Hall After Hours is a free series that engages the interdisciplinary nature of Guild Hall through live performance, food, music, and interactive happenings. Activating indoor and outdoor spaces on the Guild Hall campus, Guild Hall After Hours is the perfect start to a night in the Hamptons or an evening at the John Drew Backyard Theater.

This Saturday's program is in response to the Guild Hall exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Taking inspiration from the artist and the works on the view, the night will feature live performance by the duo, hear|say (Iva Casian Lakoš; Cello, John Ling; Percussion) and a participatory installation with artist, Mamoun Nukumanu. Food and drink are available for purchase from Guild Hall's new concessions, and can be enjoyed in our Minikes Garden.

The evening also includes a 7pm artist talk with Erica Cirino, discussing her book, Thicker Than Water: The Quest for Solutions to the Plastic Crisis and her recent project with the Bridgehampton Childcare & Recreation Center, followed by ticketed screening of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in the John Drew Backyard Theater.

|say (Iva Casian Lakoš; Cello, John Ling; Percussion) and a participatory installation with artist, Mamoun Nukumanu. Food and drink are available for purchase from Guild Hall's new concessions, and can be enjoyed in our Minikes Garden.

The evening also includes a 7pm artist talk with Erica Cirino, discussing her book,
Thicker Than Water: The Quest for Solutions to the Plastic Crisis and her recent project with the Bridgehampton Childcare & Recreation Center, followed by ticketed screening of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in the John Drew Backyard Theater.

|say (Iva Casian Lakoš; Cello, John Ling; Percussion) and a participatory installation with artist, Mamoun Nukumanu. Food and drink are available for purchase from Guild Hall's new concessions, and can be enjoyed in our Minikes Garden.

The evening also includes a 7pm artist talk with Erica Cirino, discussing her book,
Thicker Than Water: The Quest for Solutions to the Plastic Crisis and her recent project with the Bridgehampton Childcare & Recreation Center, followed by ticketed screening of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in the John Drew Backyard Theater.

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7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Bay Street Theater
Bay Street Theater's Associate Artistic Director Will Pomerantz—master storyteller, playwright, and director—will present Writing Your Life Story, a unique writing seminar where students will learn how to access their creative writing skills to write their own story in their own words. Lifelong Learning Series, a free, four-part, online seminar series sponsored by AARP Long Island. The series consists of monthly 60-minute seminars focusing on topics such as stage acting, playwriting, storytelling, and exercises in creative motivation. All seminars are recommended for adults ages 18 and over, and are free to attend! Advanced registration is required..

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7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Guild Hall
Science Writer and Artist, Erica Cirino speaks about her research and upcoming book, Thicker Than Water: The Quest for Solutions to the Plastic Crisis and her recent project with the Bridgehampton Childcare & Recreation Center on view in Guild Hall's Education Corridor.

This talk is programmed as part of the July 15 Guild Hall After Hours.
8:30 PM - 10:45 PM
8:30 PM - 10:45 PM
Guild Hall
A ship sent to investigate a wave of mysterious sinkings encounters the advanced submarine, the Nautilus, commanded by Captain Nemo. This cult classic film is a favorite of Guild Hall 2021 exhibiting artist Alexis Rockman.

Run time: 2 hours, 7 minutes

$15 per person

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Friday, July 16
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
This summer, two six-class series of en plein air painting will be offered. Students may join one or both series. The first class in each will be held at the Parrish Art Museum where we will take students through materials, processes, and class structure. Students will explore landscape works in the galleries to discuss landscape painting and painting issues, including perspective, distance, light and shadow, color, trees, clouds, grass, etc.

All other sessions (weather permitting) will be held at specific sites: gardens, landscape, waterscapes. The September 10 wrap-up class will be at a special location with a fun lesson, and a good-bye party!

NOTE: In the case of inclement weather, classes will be held at the Parrish Art Museum.

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5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Prior to Jazz on the Terrace

Business Members are invited to enjoy networking with fellow art-loving business leaders of the East End prior the Museum's Jazz on the Terrace event. Enjoy a glass of wine and conversation al fresco while you mix and mingle with culturally engaged entrepreneurs. Then stick around for an outdoor performance by Morris Goldberg.

There is limited capacity for this event, intended for active Business Members and invited guests. Not a Member? Join today!

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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
GATHER: CONVERSATIONS LED BY BLACK AND INDIGENOUS CHANGE-MAKERS
LEFT BEHIND/WITHIN
Guild Hall
GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers is a celebration of the East End's diversity, a recognition of fault and colonization, and, most importantly, an opportunity to build and implement new understandings. Devised specifically for community leaders, service workers, teachers, and developers, this series platforms the voices and experiences of various BIPOC scholars, artists, and leaders, providing both lessons on our past histories, and strategies and examples of how to progress forward together. The series spans from Friday, July 16 – Monday, July 19.

Left Behind/WithinPoet and storyteller, Andrina Wekontash Smith welcomes audiences for a shared-meal and an evening of spoken word and communal discussion, reflecting on her relationship to her ancestors and the inherited griefs Shinnecock hold but are told to leave behind.

This event is held outdoors at Ma's House & BIPOC Studio on Shinnecock. All are asked to bring their own seating – blanket, mat, etc.

This iteration of GATHER is programmed in tandem with the Guild Hall exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Proceeds from this series aid the education initiatives at Guild Hall of East Hampton, the development of Ma's House & BIPOC Art Studio, and the institutions and artists involved.

$35 per person

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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
We are pleased to partner with The Jam Session, Inc. as a venue for the first annual Hamptons Jazz Fest 2021 in presenting Morris Goldberg SafroJazz! The concert is being offered free of charge thanks to the generosity of The Jam Session, in collaboration with a major donor and life-long jazz enthusiast who celebrate this true American art form and the return of live music.

You may also watch the livestream of the concert on the Parrish's YouTube channel.

Space on the terrace is limited, please use the links below to register. The event takes place outdoors on the Museum's Terrace and Event Lawn, rain or shine. Please bring your own chairs, no Museum seating is available.

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8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Film to Start at Dusk

Despite living a life of extreme poverty in Brooklyn, graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (Jeffrey Wright) strives to rise up through the heady New York art scene of the 1970s and 1980s. He becomes the brightest star of neo-Expressionist painting and one of the most successful painters of his time, and even develops a friendship with Andy Warhol (David Bowie). But Basquiat's tumultuous life, specifically his addiction to heroin, overshadows his rise to fame, threatening all.

Make sure to bring your own beach chair or blanket.

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08:20 PM
08:20 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
For the followup to their 1980 smash hit, AIRPLANE!, the team of David and Jerry Zucker and Jim Abrahams came up with this parody of spy films of the Cold War era, shot through with a love for classic Hollywood cinema. Val Kilmer makes his big screen debut in the movie that "Weird Al" Yankovic calls his all-time favorite.

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Saturday, July 17
8:15 AM – 10:30 AM
8:15 AM – 10:30 AM
Southampton History Museum
Conscience Point is known to be the original meeting place of the Shinnecock and English settlers of Southampton in June of 1640. Now you can join us for a paddling tour led by Chenae Bullock of Moskehtu Consulting who will take us on a journey through history to cover oral Indigenous history, Indigenous plant identification, indigenous lifeways, and Indigenous songs. Participants can bring their own canoe or kayak, or at check out you can opt to rent a vessel provided by East End Explorer. If bringing your own vessel, please also bring your own paddles and life vests and everyone please bring sunscreen, hats, etc. Paddlers are asked to arrive by 8:15am so that vessels can be offloaded and everyone can be ready to hit the water at 9am.

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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Guild Hall
Join Tuktu PT on a guided paddle tour of aboriginal Shinnecock waterways to learn about indigenous plants, culture, landmarks and more. Each tour is led by Tuktu PT founder, Gerrod Smith, and includes a short hike along Shinnecock's private coastlands and, if the tides flow right, a fresh taste of local shellfish handpicked from Shinnecock Bay.

Each tour is limited to 12 people. The rental of a single-person kayak, two-person kayak, or three-person canoe is included with registration.

$50 per person ($35 Members)

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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
East Hampton Historical Society
The East Hampton Antiques & Design Show is the premier show of its kind on the East End featuring antiques and mid-century decorative items for home and garden.

You don't want to miss out on the fun, antiques, and design ideas - get your tickets today!

Special thanks to Honorary Chairperson, Marshall Watson, Media Sponsor, LUXE Interiors + Design, and the EHHS Design Committee! Show benefits the East Hampton Historical Society.

Join us for the Preview Cocktail Party on Friday, July 16, 6–8:30 P.M. and for the show, Saturday, July 17, 10 A.M.–6 P.M. and Sunday, July 18, 10 A.M.–5 P.M.

Looking for information about being a dealer this year? Contact Brian Ferguson Antiques at ehaadshow@gmail.com , or call 508-674-9186.

Preview Party
Friday, July 16
6:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.

$2500 Benefactor - 10 tickets
$2000 Patron - 8 tickets
$1000 Sponsor - 4 tickets
$500 Supporter - 2 tickets
$250 Donor - 1 ticket
$175 Friend - 1 ticket

Antique Show Admission
Saturday, July 17 & Sunday July 18
Members $8.00
General admission $10
If you are unsure of your membership status, or would like to join, please email advancement@easthamptonhistory.org.

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11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Join Museum Chief Curator Alicia Longwell for an intimate look at the Museum's newest special exhibition, Affinities for Abstraction: Women Artists on Eastern Long Island, 1950-2020 (on view through July 18, 2021). Afterwards, unwind in great company on the Museum's Terrace.

This event is for Parrish Contemporaries Circle Members and emerging collectors and art-lovers interested in learning more about PCC Membership. There is limited space and advanced reservations are required.

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2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
We'd like to invite you to be a part of our annual Halsey House Picnic Basket Fundraiser! Due to the still uncertain circumstances, we are doing our very best to provide a safe and socially distanced event to celebrate Southampton's history. We are offering carefully curated, insulated cooler baskets for you to take home and enjoy with friends and family all while supporting the Southampton History Museum.

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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Guild Hall
A gallery tour with the artist and the Curator Andrea Grover, Executive Director of Guild Hall

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3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
The Watermill Center
Community Day at The Watermill Center invites the public to experience its 10-acre property as a space to explore, relax, and get inspired. Community Day features art installations and performances by Catherine Galasso, Laurie Lambrecht, Jermone Liggons, and The Wide Awakes; as well as Art Quest: a self-guided tour and scavenger hunt of The Center's outdoor art collection. The afternoon will conclude with a special presentation by Artistic Director, Robert Wilson.

Tickets start at $15, children's admission (12 and under) is $5.

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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
East Hampton Historical Society
With Marshall Watson and Sasha Bikoff

July 17, 2021 5:00pm-6:00pm
East Hampton Library, Baldwin Family Lecture Room

Join top designers, Marshall Watson and Sasha Bikoff for an intimate discussion about their work, use of vintage antiques, mixing old and new, and how to shop in ecological and reinvented ways in an ever-changing world.

Discover the inspiration that helps them create as they compare their designs and even show a before and after piece.

Tickets need to be pre-purchased as space is limited.

$40 Members | $50 Non-members

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5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Guild Hall
Community Artist-In-Residence Scott Bluedorn will lead a series of open studio painting workshops in Guild Hall's Minikes Garden as a part of his residency project. Scott's project is focused on the history, practice, and revitalization of "The Tile Club;" a group of artists from the late 19th century, who met and painted on decorative tiles, often en plein air, on the Eastern End of Long Island.

Scott will host these open studios once a month during the extended Museum hours on Saturdays in June, July and August. During these free workshops our concessions will be open and artists will paint on tiles provided by Guild Hall and are asked to bring their own acrylic paints, brushes, water jar, and palette. We ask that each participant gives at least one tile to Guild Hall to be included in a final installation culminating this project in the Fall of 2021.

FREE with Suggested Donation
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Guild Hall
Join us for a very special intimate conversation between world renowned artists and good friends Laurie Anderson and Julian Schnabel. These multi-talented artists and Guild Hall Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts award winners will discuss life, art, friends and folly.

$150 per person

Run time: Approx 1 hour

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Sunday, July 18
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Guild Hall
BOOK TALK: WHALING CAPTAINS OF COLOR WITH AUTHOR, SKIP FINLEYJoin Donnamarie Barnes and Dr. Georgette Grier Key in conversation with Skip Finley, author of "Whaling Captains of Color; America's First Meritocracy"

Many of the historic houses that decorate Skip Finley's native Martha's Vineyard were originally built by whaling captains. Whether in his village of Oak Bluffs, on the Island of Nantucket where whaling burgeoned, or in New Bedford, which became the City of Light thanks to whale oil, these magnificent homes testify to the money made from whaling. In terms of oil, the triangle connecting Martha's Vineyard to these areas and Eastern Long Island was the Middle East of its day. Whale wealth was astronomical, and endures in the form of land trusts, roads, hotels, docks, businesses, homes, churches and parks. Whaling revenues were invested into railroads and the textile industry. Millions of whales died in the 200-plus-year enterprise, with more than 2,700 ships built for chasing, killing and processing them. Whaling was the first American industry to exhibit any diversity, and the proportion of men of color people who participated was amazingly high. A man got to be captain not because he was white or well connected, but because he knew how to kill a whale. Along the way he would also learn navigation and how to read and write. Whaling presented a tantalizing alternative to mainland life. Working with archival records at whaling museums, in libraries, from private archives and studying hundreds of books and thesis, Finley culls the best stories from the lives of over 50 Whaling Captains of Color to share the story of America's First Meritocracy.

$15 per person

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7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Join us for two evenings of songs and stories performed by some of Long Island's finest singer songwriters!

Both evenings promise to feature wonderful songs, laughter and engaging conversation as the artists discuss their creative process and the stories behind their songs.

Sunday July 18th: Join host Fred Raimondo along with Inda Eaton, Jack LaCitra & Rorie Kelly

Sunday August 22nd: Host Fred Raimondo with Brian Gallo, Cassandra House and Mile's To Dayton's Jon Preddice

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07:30 PM
07:30 PM
Southampton Arts Center
The story of Martha Cooper, a legend in the graffiti world thanks to her ground-breaking book Subway Art. Now, she struggles to find her place in a new world driven by social media.

Martha Cooper - photographer of Street Art panel discussion at 7:30 Film at 8 PM

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Monday, July 19
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Develop your drawing skills with teaching artist Linda Capello. Participants will practice drawing male and female models through gesture sketches and longer duration observation. All skill levels are welcome. Participants are asked to provide their own dry media supplies.

*please note that this class takes place from 2-4pm*

Advance ticket purchase with pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited. All tickets are sold online only. You must wear a face covering to enter the Museum.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Guild Hall
Chief Harry Wallace and Tecumseh Ceaser lead an open dialogue and lecture on the understandings, teachings, and significance of Wampum. The conversation will touch on traditional practices, historical accounts and lessons, and what contemporary carvers have "learned from the shell."

"Wampum has been used in my culture in ceremonies, regalia, trade agreements, and treaties to connect our people and remind them of their connection to the water and earth, which gives us life and food. We as eastern woodland natives treasure wampum; its beautiful colors allow us to wear it with pride and know that our ancestors have been working with it for thousands of years. My artwork allows me to connect with my ancestors by carrying on their traditions and saying to the world we are still here, and we are still connected with our genealogical ties to the land."Tecumseh Ceaser

$15 per person

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Tuesday, July 20
10:00 AM
10:00 AM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Hampton and Dunes is a collection of creative minds and passionate designers. We collaborate on how to provide our customers with an experience that resembles the organic beach lifestyle we all love! Each piece shown in the store is a representation on things we love, places we've been, and what we want to surround ourselves with every day. Most of what you see can be attributed to our creative director, Michelle. She is the eyes and ears behind every decision, allowing a more cohesive flow between ideas and design decisions. We all love being here in Westhampton Beach, we hope to see you soon!

About The Moment

Take a moment to learn and connect with renowned experts, entrepreneurs, and innovators across various fields of interest. Totally free, and totally unmissable. RSVP to Heather and save your spot today.

All sessions are held in the Auer Studio/Courtyard directly behind the theatre on Sunset Avenue.

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7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Directed by Rosalynde LeBlanc, & Tom Hurwitz
94 Mins | English |

Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters is a feature documentary that traces the remarkable history and legacy of one of the most important works of art to come out of the age of AIDS –choreographer Bill T. Jones's tour de force ballet "D-Man in the Waters." In 1989, D-Man in the Waters gave physical manifestation to the fear, anger, grief, and hope for salvation that the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company felt as they were embattled by the AIDS pandemic. As a group of young dancers reconstructs the dance, they learn about this oft forgotten history and deepen their understanding of the power of art in a time of plague.

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8:30 PM
8:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Mike Billings is a New York City-based designer and has most recently designed The West End production of The Prince of Egypt. In addition to designing dozens of productions for Bay Street Theater, Mike has also designed for Laguna Playhouse, Rubicon Theatre Company (three-time LA Ovation Award-nominee), TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, American Theater for Actors, Guild Hall, Quintessence Theatre Company, Abingdon Theatre, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, and Dorset Theatre Festival. He has also designed the lighting for themed attractions at Busch Gardens Williamsburg. Mike holds a BFA degree from the University of Connecticut and is a proud member of United Scenic Artists Local USA829.

Brian C. Staton is happy to be working at Bay Street Theater for another summer! You might have seen some of his other projection designs of The R&J Project, My Witch, or The Great Gatsby at Bay Street Theater. Brian currently works at Bay Street Theater as the Associate Production Manager and Lighting Supervisor.

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Wednesday, July 21
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Guild Hall
From decorative juggling sticks to pirate flags to triple-tier cake sculptures, our pre-show workshops get your child's imagination ready for the show they are about to experience. Join us to explore, create, and learn together!

Each workshop is led and crafted in partnership with our neighbors at The Golden Eagle.

Join us for this workshop just prior to Parallel Exit's Sunrise Circus.

Appropriate for ages 4+
This is a family program. Parents/Guardians are expected to stay with their children.

$35 ($30 Members) per child

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3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Guild Hall
Join Parallel Exit for an action-packed show filled with old-fashioned family entertainment, from tap dance to live music to slapstick comedy. Mr. Joel and Skip – two of your favorite physical comedians from The Big Apple Circus – will bring you nonstop laughter, juggling, magic, and even a chance to join in the show!

"They can get laughs simply by breathing." – The New York Times

$30 Adults / $15 Kids

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6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Hamptons International Film Festival
Summer was made for movies under the stars! Join us every Wednesday night at 8:30pm for free screenings of classic crowdpleasers at Herrick Park, right in the Village of East Hampton. This is the first time any public screenings have been held in Herrick Park!

Want a front row seat? Reserve an 8′ x 10′ square (for up to 6 people) in the first two rows! The cost of your square ($50) will support our year-round education and community programs. Thank you!

Seating is otherwise free, but please RSVP using the links below so we can better plan for social distancing.

You are welcome to bring your own chairs, blankets, and a picnic (alcohol prohibited). Restaurants in the Village will be offering discounted picnic packages for your viewing pleasure, and there will be popcorn on site; stay tuned for details. As we want to be welcome here all summer long, please be kind to the park—take everything with you when you leave (including all trash). See you at the movies!

Note: In the event of inclement weather, screenings will be canceled and not rescheduled.

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7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Directed by Rosalynde LeBlanc, & Tom Hurwitz
94 Mins | English |

Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters is a feature documentary that traces the remarkable history and legacy of one of the most important works of art to come out of the age of AIDS –choreographer Bill T. Jones's tour de force ballet "D-Man in the Waters." In 1989, D-Man in the Waters gave physical manifestation to the fear, anger, grief, and hope for salvation that the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company felt as they were embattled by the AIDS pandemic. As a group of young dancers reconstructs the dance, they learn about this oft forgotten history and deepen their understanding of the power of art in a time of plague.

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06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
The John Fogerty Tribute Project is a high-energy band dedicated to playing the music of John Fogerty & Creedence Clearwater Revival. These guys have been playing the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival in and around the New York Area for many years. They are the area's ORIGINAL and premier CCR/John Fogerty tribute band. CCR fans - you will not want to miss this concert! The Plaza Cafe on Wheels Food Truck will be on-site. Come for dinner and stay for the music!
Thursday, July 22
4:00 PM
4:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Mils Trills is based in Brooklyn, NY and led by Amelia Robinson who writes and performs original lively tunes on her electric ukulele with the help of a rotating cast of musical guests. Together, they have released three award winning albums; Everyone Together Now! celebrating community, Now That We're Friends... fostering friendship through open minds and compassionate hearts, and Ridiculous Nonsense (Parents' Choice GOLD, NAPPA) promoting the value of PLAY in the development of confident, active, and mindful global citizens. Amelia' 4th album, Let It Out, is on its way in Fall 2021 to help youth identify, accept, understand and process emotions. Amelia is the recipient of the 2018/2019 Jubilation Foundation Fellowship for individuals who have exceptional talent for helping young people feel fully alive through rhythm, and a 2020 & 2021 Brooklyn Arts Council Grant to create a kids open mic night series for the Brooklyn community.

Past performances include Lincoln Center, BAM, Symphony Space, Wolf Trap, Guggenheim, Metropolitan Museum of Art, MASS MoCA, Children's Museum of Manhattan, Tribeca Film Festival, and overseas at London's prestigious Southbank Centre , Royal Concert Hall Nottingham, and two sold out runs with the Pleasance Kidzone's igloo at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. Mil's Trills' music can also be heard on the children's album, Songs for a Healthier America, produced as part of former First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! Initiative to promote a healthy lifestyle in youth.

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6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
Thursday, July 22 at Good Ground Park, Hampton Bays
Each summer, SCC sponsors an extremely popular series of summer concerts at Agawam Park and Cooper's Beach. Most concerts are held on Wednesdays and start at 6:30 p.m. Please note date and place of this AdLib Steel Orchestra concert.


Friday, July 23
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Open to all, ages 15 on up. Beginner to advanced. Class tailored to all levels. Students may work in gouache or oil and are responsible for their own supplies. Supply list provided.

MATERIALS LIST

Class limited to 12 students.

$425 | $350 Members

FULLY ENROLLED

This summer, two six-class series of en plein air painting will be offered. Students may join one or both series. The first class in each will be held at the Parrish Art Museum where we will take students through materials, processes, and class structure. Students will explore landscape works in the galleries to discuss landscape painting and painting issues, including perspective, distance, light and shadow, color, trees, clouds, grass, etc.

All other sessions (weather permitting) will be held at specific sites: gardens, landscape, waterscapes. The September 10 wrap-up class will be at a special location with a fun lesson, and a good-bye party!

NOTE: In the case of inclement weather, classes will be held at the Parrish Art Museum.
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
The Watermill Center
Walkthrough history with an intimate guided tour of The Watermill Center and its manicured grounds and gardens, carefully curated art collection, and expansive study library. Operating as a year-round artist residency, The Watermill Center's facility and campus offer a unique workspace for artists from across the globe, providing them with the time, space and freedom to create and inspire!

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6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
Southampton Arts Center Business Circle Kick-off Networking Event on Friday July 23, 2021. A Wine and Cheese Party in the SAC Gallery from 6:30 to 7:30PM immediately preceding the outdoor screening of the classic film "Moonstruck" beginning at 7:30PM, which you are also cordially invited to attend. (Please RSVP by July 16th)

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8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Guild Hall
Directed by Jackson Gay

Join us for an evening celebrating Tom Wolfe, also affectionately known as the Man in the White Suit. Winner of a National Book Award for The Right Stuff and National Book Award Finalist for his first novel Bonfire of the Vanities, Tom Wolfe was more than a writer. Wolfe was a massive cultural figure, who changed journalism in America as a founder of "new journalism", who changed the conversation around popular figures like Ken Kesey and his "Merry Pranksters" of the '60s, Astronauts, and George W Bush. Wolfe introduced several phrases into the American vernacular, including "statusphere", "radical chic", "right stuff", and "the me decade". We are delighted to present an evening of the wit and cultural insights of Tom Wolfe, which will include excerpts from his novels, short works, articles, and interviews – all told through our performers each costumed in Wolfe's iconic white suit.

$50 per person

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8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
This event will take place on the Great Lawn in Westhampton Beach. Each ticket is for one admission to a socially distanced space on the Lawn. Please feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Masks required; no smoking on premises. For more information on Front of House policies at the Great Lawn, please click here.

Marshall Charloff & the Purple Xperience bring the hits of Prince straight from Paisley Park to the PAC stage. The Purple Xperience re-imagines the Prince legacy with its sultry grooves and high energy stage performance that will have you out of your seat all night long dancing to hits like "Raspberry Beret" and "Let's Go Crazy." The group embodies the image, intensity and sounds of the iconic musician's life and legacy; with their nonstop energy and an array of changing scenery, it's an entertaining trip you'll never want to end.

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8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Gates Open at 8PM
Film to Start at Dusk

Make sure to bring your own beach chair or blanket.

Director Norman Jewison 1987 PG Metro-Goldwyn Mayer A Brooklyn widow, engaged to a mama's boy, falls in love with her fiancé's brother. Cher, Nicolas Cage, Olympia Dukakis, Vincent Gardenia, Danny Aiello. 102 minutes.

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8:15 PM
8:15 PM
Sag Harbor
Before his worldwide smash,PARASITE, Korean Director Bong Joon-ho's OKJA offered early evidence of genius at work. A spiralling, globe-trotting tale of one young girl's love for her SuperPig, OKJA boasts a smorgasbord of acting talent, including Jake Gyllenhall, Tilda Swinton, and Steven Yuen. But it is the searing, elemental performance of young Korean actress Ahn Seo-Hyun that anchors this action packed, deeply moving tale of one young girl against the capitalist machine.

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Saturday, July 24
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Guild Hall
Rain Date: Sunday, July 25, 9am-4pm

The 2021 Clothesline Art Sale is almost here! Clothesline is one of the most beloved and affordable art traditions in the Hamptons since its inception in 1946. For 75 years, it has provided accessible artwork to the community, while supporting the local artists who thrive here. Throughout our history, great artists such as Alfonso Ossorio, James Brooks, John Little, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Elaine and Willem de Kooning have shared their talents to support Guild Hall in this unique annual fundraising effort.

Over 300 artists enter the sale each year and art lovers everywhere flock to Guild Hall looking for their next masterpiece. Works range in price from $75 to $5,000 with all proceeds split 50/50 between the artist and Guild Hall.

While we celebrate our 90th Anniversary this year, we continue to reimagine our programs and how we can bring them to the public safely. We are so excited to continue the tradition of Clothesline in its 75th year by holding the sale outdoors on the grounds of Guild Hall following all social-distancing protocols and government safety guidelines.

We are also utilizing a touchless online-only purchasing system that will allow for safe and easy check-out, while also allowing you to shop from the comfort of your home.

PARTICPATING ARTISTS – Registration deadline is June 30!
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Eastville Community Historical Society
This annual event is a celebration of community, unity, and fellowship, that is what has been said about the Fish Fry and what it means to the greater community. The fish fry will transport you back in time and is a staple event that is known to draw people from far and near ! The Fish Fry started out as a fundraiser that was done on the grounds of the Historic St. David AME Zion.

The beginnings of the Fish Fry had a meager beginning, when people actually cooked with LOVE, and that is what "Soul Food" is all about, no measuring cups (just a little pinch and smidgen of this and that and a lot of praying and well wishing). There was a time when people needed their soul's feed, to break bread with their neighbor, say hello, how you doing, how are the children, and the invitation was extended? The mission, survival and longevity of the Fish Fry is a friend-raiser and huge success because it depends on the participation of members, friends and the greater community who wouldn't have it any other way.

Eastville's Fish Fry is a family reunion of sorts, an event where catch-up with pals you haven't seen in years; or make new friends; an event where the good of the welfare of others is an concerned; an event where you see all whom call this special place home made it back safely and hopefully in one piece.

The Fish Fry is an event where everyone can slow down a bit; congregate and smile ear to ear; there is no shortage of hugs either. Last but not least, the food is always the main attraction, that's how we get all of the smiles, hugs just all-around good vibes. Vic's Heart "N' Soul will be our vender this year.

We invite the press to attend, take pictures, talk to people and say hello!
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
LongHouse Reserve
Because LongHouse is unique — because we have 16 gorgeous acres —

We are freely and joyously asking you to join us and be kissed by the evening sky beginning at 6pm on July 24th when there will be non-stop fun and tremendous good vibes.

Though there will be no formal sit-down dinner, a fabulous variety of food and heavenly drinks will match the many exuberant moods as you circulate among the dozens of different objects and sculptures on our art-laden grounds. Talent galore, extraordinarily energized music and all sorts of movement will be arrayed around our gardens for your amazement and pleasure.

While you listen, dance and groove, you will have a chance to see our LongHouse Shares Artsy auction before it closes that night…and have the best chance to win that special something that is unique to LongHouse.

Dress up — let it all out — delights and surprises around every exquisite corner.

A tremendous sit-down dinner for you and yours inside the Bucky Fuller dome or in our Albee Amphitheater surrounded by the Circle of Animals, or even in your own home, can happily be arranged too. See details of Dazzle, Glitter and Shine.

LongHouse is the only place where everything is possible.

So just SAY YES

We are waiting for you
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Guild Hall & Hamptons International Film Festival
The Lost Leonardo tells the inside story behind the Salvator Mundi, the most expensive painting ever sold at $450 million, claimed to be a long-lost masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci. From the moment it is purchased from a shady New Orleans auction house, and its buyers discover masterful brushstrokes beneath its cheap restoration, the fate of the Salvator Mundi is driven by an insatiable quest for fame, money and power. But as its price soars, so do questions about its authenticity. Is this multi-million dollar painting actually by Leonardo – or do certain power players simply want it to be? Unravelling the hidden agendas of the world's richest men and most powerful art institutions, The Lost Leonardo reveals how vested interests became all-important, and the truth secondary. Following the screening, HamptonsFilm Co-Chairman Alec Baldwin and HamptonsFilm Artistic Director David Nugent will lead a conversation with the filmmakers and guests.

$40 per person

Run time: 90 minutes plus Q&A

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8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
This event will take place on the Great Lawn in Westhampton Beach. Each ticket is for one admission to a socially distanced space on the Lawn. Please feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket. No smoking on premises. For more information on Front of House policies at the Great Lawn, please click here.

Seth Meyers is an Emmy Award-winning writer and host of "Late Night with Seth Meyers."

Meyers hosted the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2014 and was Emmy nominated in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series. In 2018 he hosted the 75th Golden Globe Awards, which was Emmy nominated for Outstanding Variety Special. In 2019, he released his debut standup special "Lobby Baby" on Netflix, which was Emmy nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special. "Late Night" won back-to-back Critics' Choice Awards for Best Talk Show in 2020 and 2021. In addition, Meyers was named one of the 2014 TIME 100, Time magazine's 100 most influential people.

Meyers began his TV career with "Saturday Night Live" in 2001, where he was a cast member for 13 seasons. Meyers served as head writer for nine seasons and "Weekend Update" anchor for eight. In 2011, Meyers won the Emmy for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for host Justin Timberlake's musical monologue. In all, Meyers has garnered 26 Emmy nominations for his work in television.

Meyers currently executive produces the comedy "A.P. Bio" and "The Amber Ruffin Show" on Peacock. He executive produced and lent his voice to Hulu's animated superhero show "The Awesomes," which ran for three seasons. In addition, Meyers joined forces with "SNL" alums Fred Armisen and Bill Hader to create IFC's Emmy-nominated docu-parody series "Documentary Now!"

Meyers hosted the 2010 and 2011 ESPY Awards on ESPN and headlined the 2011 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner to rave reviews.

Generously sponsored by Abby Merrill

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Sunday, July 25
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Hampton Flea/ Hampton Vintage is the first ever market of it's kind on the East End of Long Island. This curated show will include vendors showing the best in one-of-a-kind and high-quality vintage clothing, collectibles, and handmade goods. Join us for the thrill of the vintage hunt while supporting a more sustainable way to shop and live.

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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Guild Hall
Join Florence and acclaimed chef and restaurateur Dan Barber, who also helps run the farm at the Stone Barns Center in Tarrytown, N.Y., as they discuss his career and restaurants, and his program to spotlight up and coming chefs.

An audience Q&A will follow.

Virtual Tickets $10 / $8 Members of Guild Hall

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11:00 AM
11:00 AM
Southampton History Museum
On July 25, meet at the CVS parking lot and join architect Bill Sclight on a walking tour circumnavigating the Village business district. Bill will explore the architecture and history of the corner buildings that contribute so handsomely to the Southampton Village's sense of place and so importantly to the on-going fabric of the community. There will be lots of local history sprinkled in

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08:00 PM
08:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Doors Open at 7:30PM, Film to Start at Dusk

Filmmaker Morgan Neville shines a long-overdue spotlight on the hit-making contributions of longtime backup singers like Darlene Love and Merry Clayton.

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Tuesday, July 27
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Develop your drawing skills with teaching artist Linda Capello. Participants will practice drawing male and female models through gesture sketches and longer duration observation. All skill levels are welcome. Participants are asked to provide their own dry media supplies.
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
Directed by Quentin Dupieux
77 Mins | French | NR

When simple-minded friends Jean-Gab and Manu find a giant fly trapped in the boot of a car, they decide to train it in the hope of making a ton of cash.

"In the otherwise stale world of French comedies, Dupieux stands so far out in left field that he's become a genre unto himself." Hollywood Reporter

"Mandibles is an unexpectedly warmhearted crime fable about friendship, foolishness, and a giant fly." Nerdist

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8:30 PM
8:30 PM
Bay Street Theater
Brittany Bland is a storyteller who has dedicated her life to the proliferation of empathy. As a projection designer for the stage, she has designed for theater, dance, and opera. Her work as a video artist often explores the ideas of legacy and memory. Brittany is interested in how media and technology can elevate those concepts and experiences. Originally from Atlanta, she holds a BA in Technical Theater and Production from Catawba College and an MFA in Design from the Yale School of Drama. Her recent design credits include Songs For A New World (NYU); Dozen Dreams (En Garde Arts); Love and Kindness in the Time of Quarantine (St Louis Rep); Stupid Fucking Bird (Barnard); Cuttin Up (Classical Theater of Harlem); Rage (Quinnipiac University); Florencia en el Amazonas (Shubert Theater); Alice (Yale University Theater); Black History Museum (Here Arts Center); and Twelfth Night (Yale Repertory Theater).

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Wednesday, July 28
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Guild Hall
Community Artist In Residence, Scott Bluedorn will lead a series of plein air painting workshops as a part of his residency project with Guild Hall. Scott's project is focused on the history, practice, and revitalization of "The Tile Club;" a group of artists from the late 19th century, who met and painted on decorative tiles, often en plein air, on the Eastern End of Long Island.

Scott will host artists once a month on Wednesdays in June, July and August at the following locations: Camp Hero in Montauk, Gerard Drive in Springs, and Mulford Farm in East Hampton. During these free workshops artists will paint on tiles provided by Guild Hall and are asked to bring their own acrylic paints, brushes, water jar, palette, and protective weather gear. We ask that each participant gives at least one tile to Guild Hall to be included in a final installation culminating this project in the Fall of 2021.

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6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Southampton Cultural Center
The Eagle River Band recreates the sound and songs of the Eagles along with the other great music and artists of their genre. These talented musicians produce a vocal forward show that captures the legendary harmonies and guitar-driven sound of the '70s & '80s. The Plaza Cafe on Wheels Food Truck will be on-site. Come for dinner and stay for the band!
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Directed by Quentin Dupieux
77 Mins | French | NR

When simple-minded friends Jean-Gab and Manu find a giant fly trapped in the boot of a car, they decide to train it in the hope of making a ton of cash.

"In the otherwise stale world of French comedies, Dupieux stands so far out in left field that he's become a genre unto himself." Hollywood Reporter

"Mandibles is an unexpectedly warmhearted crime fable about friendship, foolishness, and a giant fly." Nerdist

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8:30 PM
8:30 PM
Hamptons International Film Festival
Summer was made for movies under the stars! Join us every Wednesday night at 8:30pm for free screenings of classic crowdpleasers at Herrick Park, right in the Village of East Hampton. This is the first time any public screenings have been held in Herrick Park!

Want a front row seat? Reserve an 8′ x 10′ square (for up to 6 people) in the first two rows! The cost of your square ($50) will support our year-round education and community programs. Thank you!

Seating is otherwise free, but please RSVP using the links below so we can better plan for social distancing.

You are welcome to bring your own chairs, blankets, and a picnic (alcohol prohibited). Restaurants in the Village will be offering discounted picnic packages for your viewing pleasure, and there will be popcorn on site; stay tuned for details. As we want to be welcome here all summer long, please be kind to the park—take everything with you when you leave (including all trash). See you at the movies!
Thursday, July 29
8:00 PM - 9:10 PM
8:00 PM - 9:10 PM
Guild Hall
For the first time ever, Guild Hall pulls out all the stops and uses our own parking lot as an immersive performance space. Part-tribute, part live-archive, part new work, GET DANCING is an evening of downtown dance history re-imagined. Presented in partnership with The Watermill Center, the program includes dances from the 1970s by the late choreographer Andy de Groat re-staged by Catherine Galasso, as well as Galasso's notes on de groat featuring original choreography and a contextualization of de Groat's legacy, revealing "an aesthetic of task lifted by beautiful music, of circles of the mind, of patience and poetry" (Wendy Perron, 2016).

Andy de Groat emerged as a choreographer in the 1970s. His early choreography places spinning and pedestrian movement within a complex framework, presented with a keen sense of timing, phrasing, and rhythm. He is known for numerous collaborations with Robert Wilson, including the choreography for the original Einstein on the Beach in 1976. de Groat and his company, red notes, were based in France for 30 years where he was nominated twice to the National Order of Arts and Letters. This collaboration with Galasso, created while de Groat was still living, was commissioned by Danspace Project, developed at The Watermill Center, and nominated for a New York "Bessie."

Galasso will once again re-stage de Groatʼs Fan Dance and Get Wreck, this time with local community performers from the East End, alongside Galasso's company dancers. The program also includes a film by Jon Meaney and Andrew Horn of de Groatʼs Rope Dance Translations (1979), as well as music by Catherine Galassoʼs father and frequent de Groat collaborator, the César Award-winning composer Michael Galasso, who is best known for his soundtrack for Wong Kar Waiʼs In The Mood For Love.

Run time: Approx. 70 minutes

$50 per person

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Friday, July 30
10 AM - 12:30 PM
10 AM - 12:30 PM
Parrish Art Museum
Open to all, ages 15 on up. Beginner to advanced. Class tailored to all levels. Students may work in gouache or oil and are responsible for their own supplies. Supply list provided.

MATERIALS LIST

Class limited to 12 students.

$425 | $350 Members

This summer, two six-class series of en plein air painting will be offered. Students may join one or both series. The first class in each will be held at the Parrish Art Museum where we will take students through materials, processes, and class structure. Students will explore landscape works in the galleries to discuss landscape painting and painting issues, including perspective, distance, light and shadow, color, trees, clouds, grass, etc.

All other sessions (weather permitting) will be held at specific sites: gardens, landscape, waterscapes. The September 10 wrap-up class will be at a special location with a fun lesson, and a good-bye party!

NOTE: In the case of inclement weather, classes will be held at the Parrish Art Museum.
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC)
Savage Pianos is the foremost dueling piano show in the Northeast known for their craftsmanship, deep repertoires, and unique personalities. Fronted by Steve Savage, a classically trained pianist from the Berklee College of Music, Savage Pianos is the ultimate hybrid of all modern forms of entertainment: Two performers on two facing pianos taking turns playing audience requests and curated playlists. What sets Savage Pianos apart from the rest is their unique ability to engage the audience with comedy, witty banter and excellent musicianship. Whether you sit on stage with the guys (complete with tableside drink service), or prefer to be out in the audience – they'll be putting their unparalleled spin on your requests all night long. This will be an engaging, interactive experience you won't want to miss!

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8:00 PM - 9:10 PM
8:00 PM - 9:10 PM
Guild Hall
For the first time ever, Guild Hall pulls out all the stops and uses our own parking lot as an immersive performance space. Part-tribute, part live-archive, part new work, GET DANCING is an evening of downtown dance history re-imagined. Presented in partnership with The Watermill Center, the program includes dances from the 1970s by the late choreographer Andy de Groat re-staged by Catherine Galasso, as well as Galasso's notes on de groat featuring original choreography and a contextualization of de Groat's legacy, revealing "an aesthetic of task lifted by beautiful music, of circles of the mind, of patience and poetry" (Wendy Perron, 2016).

Andy de Groat emerged as a choreographer in the 1970s. His early choreography places spinning and pedestrian movement within a complex framework, presented with a keen sense of timing, phrasing, and rhythm. He is known for numerous collaborations with Robert Wilson, including the choreography for the original Einstein on the Beach in 1976. de Groat and his company, red notes, were based in France for 30 years where he was nominated twice to the National Order of Arts and Letters. This collaboration with Galasso, created while de Groat was still living, was commissioned by Danspace Project, developed at The Watermill Center, and nominated for a New York "Bessie."

Galasso will once again re-stage de Groatʼs Fan Dance and Get Wreck, this time with local community performers from the East End, alongside Galasso's company dancers. The program also includes a film by Jon Meaney and Andrew Horn of de Groatʼs Rope Dance Translations (1979), as well as music by Catherine Galassoʼs father and frequent de Groat collaborator, the César Award-winning composer Michael Galasso, who is best known for his soundtrack for Wong Kar Waiʼs In The Mood For Love.

Run time: Approx. 70 minutes

$50 per person

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8:00 PM
8:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Gates Open at 8PM
Film to Start at Dusk
A Spike Lee Joint

Salvatore "Sal" Fragione (Danny Aiello) is the Italian owner of a pizzeria in Brooklyn. A neighborhood local, Buggin' Out (Giancarlo Esposito), becomes upset when he sees that the pizzeria's Wall of Fame exhibits only Italian actors. Buggin' Out believes a pizzeria in a black neighborhood should showcase black actors, but Sal disagrees. The wall becomes a symbol of racism and hate to Buggin' Out and to other people in the neighborhood, and tensions rise.
8:05 PM
8:05 PM
Sag Harbor Cinema
Una de las películas animadas más aclamadas por la crítica de la última década, SPIDER MAN: UN NUEVO UNIVERSO cuenta la historia de Miles Morales, un niño Nuyoricano que inesperadamente se convierte en Spiderman, solo para descubrir que es uno de los muchos Spiderman que abundan en múltiples universos. SPIDER MAN: INTO THE SPIDERVERSE: One of the most critically acclaimed animated films of the past decade, SPIDER MAN: INTO THE SPIDERVERSE tells the story of Miles Morales, a Nuyorican kid who unexpectedly becomes Spiderman, only to discover that he is one of many Spidermen abounding in multiple universes.

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Saturday, July 31
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Southampton Ats Center
This private Friends-only reception will take place Saturday July 31 at 6pm, just prior to our 7pm outdoor Hamptons Jazz Fest concert.
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
Southampton Arts Center
Bill O'Connell Latin Jazz with Paquito D'Rivera 7PM

The concerts are intended to expose as many people as possible to the wonderful diverse world of jazz music with mostly free concerts, small and large, inside and outside and accessible to all. Many venues, restaurants, libraries, arts organizations, and galleries will participate in this music extravaganza. Cultural diversity and roots of jazz will be celebrated with performing artists from the US and around the World. Music styles will range from World, Latin and Jazz - all of which are not usually represented on the East End of Long Island. Bill O'Connell with Paquito will play at Southampton Arts Center for this date.

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8:00 PM - 9:10 PM
8:00 PM - 9:10 PM
Guild Hall
For the first time ever, Guild Hall pulls out all the stops and uses our own parking lot as an immersive performance space. Part-tribute, part live-archive, part new work, GET DANCING is an evening of downtown dance history re-imagined. Presented in partnership with The Watermill Center, the program includes dances from the 1970s by the late choreographer Andy de Groat re-staged by Catherine Galasso, as well as Galasso's notes on de groat featuring original choreography and a contextualization of de Groat's legacy, revealing "an aesthetic of task lifted by beautiful music, of circles of the mind, of patience and poetry" (Wendy Perron, 2016).

Andy de Groat emerged as a choreographer in the 1970s. His early choreography places spinning and pedestrian movement within a complex framework, presented with a keen sense of timing, phrasing, and rhythm. He is known for numerous collaborations with Robert Wilson, including the choreography for the original Einstein on the Beach in 1976. de Groat and his company, red notes, were based in France for 30 years where he was nominated twice to the National Order of Arts and Letters. This collaboration with Galasso, created while de Groat was still living, was commissioned by Danspace Project, developed at The Watermill Center, and nominated for a New York "Bessie."

Galasso will once again re-stage de Groatʼs Fan Dance and Get Wreck, this time with local community performers from the East End, alongside Galasso's company dancers. The program also includes a film by Jon Meaney and Andrew Horn of de Groatʼs Rope Dance Translations (1979), as well as music by Catherine Galassoʼs father and frequent de Groat collaborator, the César Award-winning composer Michael Galasso, who is best known for his soundtrack for Wong Kar Waiʼs In The Mood For Love.

Run time: Approx. 70 minutes

$50 per person

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8:45 PM – 11:00 PM
8:45 PM – 11:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Ever wanted to be a ghost hunter? Join the crew of the Long Island Paranormal Investigators as we spend the night exploring the 1843 Rogers Mansion and find out what it really takes to be a Paranormal Investigator. You will get a chance to participate in experiments to test various paranormal theories, learn about the paranormal, hear great spooky stories and maybe even leave with one of your own.

Tours will begin with an introduction to who the Long Island Paranormal Investigators are and a crash course in the theories and devices to interact with and document paranormal beings. Following this 15 minute introduction guests will then begin a 45 minute investigation of the Rogers Mansion to put some of their newly learned theories to the test.

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8:45 PM – 11:00 PM
8:45 PM – 11:00 PM
Southampton History Museum
Ever wanted to be a ghost hunter? Join the crew of the Long Island Paranormal Investigators as we spend the night exploring the 1683 Halsey House and find out what it really takes to be a Paranormal Investigator. You will get a chance to participate in experiments to test various paranormal theories, learn about the paranormal, hear great spooky stories and maybe even leave with one of your own.

Tours will begin with an introduction to who the Long Island Paranormal Investigators are and a crash course in the theories and devices to interact with and document paranormal beings. Following this 15 minute introduction guests will then begin a 45 minute investigation of the Rogers Mansion to put some of their newly learned theories to the test.

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