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"There’s that great divide between Manhattan and New England clam chowder, with Long Island smack in the middle. The che...
05/10/2020

"There’s that great divide between Manhattan and New England clam chowder, with Long Island smack in the middle. The chef and restaurateur, Laurent Tourondel, an early participant on Stirring the Pot whose burger joint and pizzeria in Sag Harbor are perennially busy when dining in is permitted, is a New England aficionado, never mind his French background. He says that New England clam chowder is one of his favorite soups. “I’ll often make a meal of it,” he said. Or, given all that butter, bacon and cream, maybe often wrecks a diet on it. He also advised that the soup, which he serves in his burger restaurant, is better after a day in the refrigerator to give the bacon’s smoky flavor some time to infuse in the cream. But if that’s what you do, refrain from adding the chopped clams until you reheat the soup. He suggests oyster crackers or saltines and an IPA (India Pale Ale) alongside.” –Florence Fabricant

For Laurent Tourondel’s
New England Clam Chowder go to Florence Fabricant’s “Stirring the Pot at Home” guildhall.org/stirringthepotathome

Sponsored in part by Ciuffo Cabinetry, Lead Sponsor of Stirring the Pot since 2014.

#thisisguildhall #florencefabricant #laurenttourondel #newenglandclamchowder #clamchowder #hamptonsfood #recipes #hamptonslife

05/09/2020

Today at 3pm! Give Mom an hour of magic with the kids just in time for Mother’s Day. The Amazing Max will teach your kids three tricks using items you can find around the house. Don’t miss this very special treat for the whole family.

https://www.guildhall.org/events/virtual-kidfest-the-amazing-max/

#thisisguildhall #magic #magiclessons #momlife #hamptons #hamptonskids #hamptonsartist #longislandartist #love #woah

05/08/2020
Art Break with Anna Healy

Guild Hall invites you into the studios of our closest artist friends and supporters for a weekly art break. Utilizing simple materials found at home, learners of all ages will explore new ways of bringing creativity into their everyday by virtually visiting and creating with an East End artist.

In this episode, join Anna Healy and her family as they lead a painted-sticks project.

Needed Materials:

Found driftwood or tree branches
Assorted paintbrushes
Painters or masking-tape
Basic acrylics – any color
Palette or substitute

New episodes, led by a different artist, will be posted on our website and Instagram each Friday afternoon at 1pm. If you post your art to social media, be sure to hashtag it with #GHARTBREAK

05/08/2020

Guild Hall invites you into the studios of our closest artist friends and supporters for a weekly art break. Utilizing simple materials found at home, learners of all ages will explore new ways of bringing creativity into their everyday by virtually visiting and creating with an East End artist.

In this episode, join Anna Healy and her family as they lead a painted-sticks project.

Needed Materials:

Found driftwood or tree branches
Assorted paintbrushes
Painters or masking-tape
Basic acrylics – any color
Palette or substitute

New episodes, led by a different artist, will be posted on our website and Instagram each Friday afternoon at 1pm. If you post your art to social media, be sure to hashtag it with #GHARTBREAK

Live panel discussion by Drive-By-Art today at 11am.
05/08/2020

Live panel discussion by Drive-By-Art today at 11am.

Please join us for “Public Art in This Time of Social Distancing”

A Live Panel Discussion with:
Warren Neidich - Artist, Theorist and Drive-By-Art Organizer
Suzanne Anker - Artist and Chair of Fine Arts, SVA
Jeremy Dennis - Artist and Shinnecock Indian Nation member
Almond Zigmund - Artist

Moderated by Corinne Erni - Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special
Projects, Parrish Art Museum

Hamptons Moms are the best! See below for a special deal to see The Amazing Max for free. 🥳
05/08/2020

Hamptons Moms are the best! See below for a special deal to see The Amazing Max for free. 🥳

🚨Giveaway Alert 🚨

Nothing to do Saturday afternoon with the kids?! I’ve got just the thing! ⁣

I’m giving away 4 FREE tickets to the amazing Max via zoom courtesy of @guild_hall


Max Darwin (aka The Amazing Max) is based in NYC and performs his family magic show Off Broadway and on tour. Since Amazing Max is not currently performing in the theater, he has offered Guild Hall a virtual magic lesson that can be enjoyed from your sofa! ⁣

In one hour Max will teach your kids 3 magic tricks using objects available right in your home. All you need is 1 pencil, 2 paper clips, a dollar bill, and a deck of cards. Magic experience not required! Following the lesson there will be time for a Q&A.⁣

The session will be a private group on Zoom, so everyone will need to register in advance to participate. A link will be sent to ticket holders 24 hours in advance of the performance.⁣


Please make sure you’re following @hamptonsmoms + tag 2 other friends to win!!!!!⁣


I’ll announce winner at midnight Friday night 🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊

We’re proud to be partnering with @drive_by_art and their outdoor public art exhibition this Saturday and Sunday, May 9 ...
05/07/2020

We’re proud to be partnering with @drive_by_art and their outdoor public art exhibition this Saturday and Sunday, May 9 and 10 from 12-5pm. This exhibition is organized by @warrenneidich and features over 50 artists from Southampton to Montauk, many are Guild Hall Artist Members and in our Permanent Collection. Head to drive-by-art.org for maps and details

#artist #warrenneidich #drive_by_art #publicart #inthismoment #socialdistancing #hamptons #hamptonsartist #longislandartist #hamptonsstyle #hamptonslife

Abracadabra! This Saturday at 3pm we’re having our first Virtual KidFEST for all the young wizards and illusionists out ...
05/06/2020

Abracadabra! This Saturday at 3pm we’re having our first Virtual KidFEST for all the young wizards and illusionists out there. Step into a virtual magic lesson with The Amazing Max where he teaches your kids new tricks to try out on the whole family.

https://www.guildhall.org/events/virtual-kidfest-the-amazing-max/

#thisisguildhall #magic #theamazingmax #kids #magiclesson #hamptons #hamptonskids #hamptonslife #hamptonsartist #cardtrick

Today on GivingTuesdayNow, a new global day of giving and unity, we'd like to give back to YOU, our loyal friends and su...
05/06/2020

Today on GivingTuesdayNow, a new global day of giving and unity, we'd like to give back to YOU, our loyal friends and supporters.

While our physical building is closed to the public, we've created new ways for you to stay engaged, informed, and entertained virtually. With Guild [email protected] you can View, Gather, Make, and Give from the comfort and safety of your own home.

We hope it will help you stay connected to us as we continue our mission to enrich lives through the arts. Thank you for being with us!

guildhall.org/athome

#thisisguildhall #givingtuesday #wemissyou #view #gather #make #give #hamptons #hamptonsartist #longislandartist

Tennessee Williams loved the Hamptons. Here is Tennessee hangin' out in Montauk at Gurney’s Inn with owner Nick Monte in...
05/04/2020

Tennessee Williams loved the Hamptons. Here is Tennessee hangin' out in Montauk at Gurney’s Inn with owner Nick Monte in 1972. Allegedly the legendary playwright would wake at 4am to start writing.

We’re burning the morning oil ourselves getting ready for our star-studded virtual reading of Portrait of Tennessee: The Words of Tennessee Williams starring Mercedes Ruehl, Harris Yulin, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, & Tedra Millan streaming live next Saturday, May 16.

https://www.guildhall.org/events/portrait-of-tennessee-the-words-of-tennessee-williams-starring-mercedes-ruehl-harris-yulin-ebon-moss-bachrach-tedra-millan/

📸: The East Hampton Star - July 13, 1972

#thisisguildhall #tennesseewilliams #gurneysinn #montauk #montauklife #hamptonslife #hamptonsstyle #theater #mercedesruehl #harrisyulin #ebonmossbachrach #tedramillan #broadway #theatre #theater #playwright #cheers #blackandwhite @ Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa

We had a lot of fun this afternoon cooking with staffers Kristen Curcie and Joe & Jennifer Brondo making artist Rose Mil...
05/03/2020

We had a lot of fun this afternoon cooking with staffers Kristen Curcie and Joe & Jennifer Brondo making artist Rose Millevolte’s Manicotti from our 1978 cookbook Palette to Palate. Thanks to all who watched with us and donated to support our mission. More recipes are available on our website featuring local artists from Bill King to Andy Warhol and are updated every week. Take your pick and send us photos from your own arts based cooking adventures!
https://www.guildhall.org/palettetopalate/

#thisisguildhall #guildhallfamily #manicotti #hamptonsartist #hamptonsfood #hamptonslifestyle #rosemillevolte #palettetopalate @ Guild Hall of East Hampton

"The portfolio of the chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten includes the dining room at Bridgehampton’s Toppin...
05/03/2020

"The portfolio of the chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten includes the dining room at Bridgehampton’s Topping Rose House, one of the best in the region. Mr. Vongerichten was a Stirring the Pot favorite a couple of seasons ago. Since his appearance he has published an autobiography, “JGV: A Life in 12 Recipes” written with Michael Ruhlman. There’s a section in the book called “On Cooking: The Philosophy of Clean” in which he says: “My number one rule in all of cooking is this: Work clean. Be clean.” How important these days (never mind that you may be cooking in your pajamas)! The final recipe in this book, which covers his early years in the kitchen and takes us to his maturing as a chef, is for molten chocolate cakes, the deeply flavored confections that are served warm and still runny in the center. Many chefs prepare them, some claiming to have created them. Mr. Vongerichten said his first came out of the oven when he was at Lafayette in New York back around 1987. Treat yourself and those with you. ” –Florence Fabricant

For Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Molten Chocolate Cakes go to Florence Fabricant’s “Stirring the Pot at Home”
https://www.guildhall.org/stirringthepotathome/

Sponsored in part by Ciuffo Cabinetry, Lead Sponsor of Stirring the Pot since 2014.

#thisisguildhall #florencefabricant #jeangeorges #jgv #chefjgv #hamptonsfood #recipes #hamptonslife

05/02/2020
Melissa Errico: Sondheim Sublime

Please join us on Guild Hall’s page on May 2 at 4:00pm, when we’ll host a listening and viewing party for Melissa Errico’s sing down of “Sondheim Sublime,” her concert tribute to the music and lyrics of Stephen Sondheim. This concert, recorded in East Hampton in June of 2019, premiered on our YouTube channel March 22 (Sondheim’s 90th Birthday), to a touchingly large and appreciative audience – and one of the most appealing parts of the event was the engaged and questioning commentary that Melissa fielded even as we watched her perform. Songs of isolation, like “I Remember” from Evening Primrose, and songs of protective love, like “Not While I’m Around” from Sweeney Todd, startled us all by revealing, in this uniquely troubled moment, new depths of meaning that had never before been so apparent. We found ourselves in an informal Sondheim seminar even as we watched Melissa’s Sondheim show.

So, in honor of the 36th anniversary of the opening night of Sondheim’s show Sunday in the Park with George (5/2/1984), Guild Hall will rebroadcast the concert, with a special invitation to everyone to attend and extend that “seminar” – to bring their Sondheim queries, revelations, specialized knowledge, passions -- and even their most pacific overtures -- to the afternoon. Ask questions, and Melissa will answer them – joining forces for the occasion with the co-writer of her “Sondheim Sublime” project, musical theater maven and lyricist, Adam Gopnik of The New Yorker. They’ll field questions about all things Sondheim, many things musical and whatever else is on your mind—from what ‘sublime’ really means to how many dots there actually are in a Georges Seurat’s hat.

“I’ve never been more moved by anything than by the way the virtual audience for the show gathered and responded together last time” Melissa says, “and so I’m happy to encourage even more questions and new responses. Whatever brings us all together. It’s a particular treat for me to co-ordinate the viewing party with the anniversary of Sunday in the Park with George and I’m especially happy to connect, to distract, and bring writer Adam Gopnik along from his home, a man who no doubt will have unique live commentary on Sondheim‘s genius.”

The event can be viewed on Guild Hall’s page at 4:00pm on May 2. It should be…sublime.

(Melissa is also appearing on a special PBS episode of Poetry in America about Sondheim and Sunday in the Park with George titled “Finishing the Hat” premiering May 9 at 7:30pm).

05/01/2020
Art Break with Kym Fulmer

Guild Hall invites you into the studios of our closest artist friends and supporters for a weekly art break. Utilizing simple materials found at home, learners of all ages will explore new ways of bringing creativity into their everyday by virtually visiting and creating with an East End artist.

In this episode, join Kym Fulmer and her son, Ian, as they lead a potato printing workshop.

Needed Materials:

Assorted sizes of russet potatoes or sweet potatoes
Large kitchen knife for chopping
Paring knife or x-acto knife for carving designs
Substrate. Should be a smooth surface: paper, t-shirt, cotton or linen dish cloth (not terrycloth), pillow case
Beach towel or any thick fabric to place beneath printing substrate
Pigment options:
Block printing ink, brayer, palette
OR
Acrylic paint, small cup, flat bristle or foam brush
Iron to heat set design onto fabric
New episodes, led by a different artist, will be posted on our website and Instagram each Friday afternoon at 1pm. If you post your art to social media, be sure to hashtag it with #GHARTBREAK

05/01/2020

Guild Hall invites you into the studios of our closest artist friends and supporters for a weekly art break. Utilizing simple materials found at home, learners of all ages will explore new ways of bringing creativity into their everyday by virtually visiting and creating with an East End artist.

In this episode, join Kym Fulmer and her son, Ian, as they lead a potato printing workshop.

Needed Materials:

Assorted sizes of russet potatoes or sweet potatoes
Large kitchen knife for chopping
Paring knife or x-acto knife for carving designs
Substrate. Should be a smooth surface: paper, t-shirt, cotton or linen dish cloth (not terrycloth), pillow case
Beach towel or any thick fabric to place beneath printing substrate
Pigment options:
Block printing ink, brayer, palette
OR
Acrylic paint, small cup, flat bristle or foam brush
Iron to heat set design onto fabric
New episodes, led by a different artist, will be posted on our website and Instagram each Friday afternoon at 1pm. If you post your art to social media, be sure to hashtag it with #GHARTBREAK

Back by popular demand! We had so much fun watching Melissa Errico’s #SondheimSublime concert that we’re hosting an enco...
04/29/2020

Back by popular demand! We had so much fun watching Melissa Errico’s #SondheimSublime concert that we’re hosting an encore stream! Melissa will be there to chat with you along with a very special guest, the great essayist and lyricist Adam Gopnik, who was the concert’s co-writer. Join us this Saturday at 4pm on our page!

#thisisguildhall #guildhallfamily #StephenSondheim #broadway #melissaerrico #adamgopnik #hamptons #hamptonstyle #hamptonsartist #longislandartist

04/29/2020

The Amazing Max is back at Guild Hall with a live virtual magic lesson that can be enjoyed from your couch! In one hour Max will teach your kids 3 magic tricks using objects available right in your home: a pencil, 2 paper clips, a dollar bill, and a deck of cards. Magic experience not required. Following the lesson there will be a live Q&A where Max can answer your questions.

Get your tickets now for this one time live event on May 9 available at https://www.guildhall.org/events/virtual-kidfest-the-amazing-max/

#thisisguildhall #theamazingmax #magic #kids #magictricks #hamptons #hamptonskids #kidfest

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04/28/2020

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"The chef and restaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian has brought his talent and matinee idol looks to the region on many occasio...
04/26/2020

"The chef and restaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian has brought his talent and matinee idol looks to the region on many occasions. He was featured on Stirring the Pot in one of the earlier seasons. And despite his refined culinary sensibility based on years spent in the kitchens of some of New York’s finest establishments he is also a practical home cook, as his cookbooks attest. Here’s a dish along those lines, a baked casserole of brown rice and mushrooms that’s easily assembled and makes a great dish for four to share at lunch or supper, or a side dish for more to accompany grilled fish or chicken. The recipe is easily reduced by half; just use a quart-size baking dish, even an 8-inch pie pan. Any leftovers can be reheated in the oven or even enjoyed at room temperature.” –Florence Fabricant

For Geoffrey Zakarian’s Creamy Rice and Mushroom Casserole go to Florence Fabricant’s “Stirring the Pot at Home”
https://www.guildhall.org/stirringthepotathome/

Sponsored in part by Ciuffo Cabinetry, Lead Sponsor of Stirring the Pot since 2014.

Photo by Alison Milano

#thisisguildhall #florencefabricant #geoffreyzakarian #hamptonsfood #recipes #hamptonslife

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Can you Imagine All Countries lovingly sharing a Cure when it is found?
Looking forward to 4pm! Chat and Sondheim concert. https://bit.ly/SondheimSublimeGHEncore
I wish we could see a Virtual Tour of the entire Member Artists Show.
I’m at the Doctors office and Live with Kelly & Ryan. They are talking about Guild Halls Lifetime Achievement Award ceremony.
Open invitation to the ACL Gallery Livingston, New Jersey Group show March 1- April 18th. I will also be participating in the 82nd Guild Hall Members Show opening March 7th. Daniel Runfola is standing by his painting at the ACL Gallery Titled: Masquerade ( Something Unspeakable Has Happened Here). https://m.facebook.com/The-ACL-Art-Gallery-489210851152280/
Attention All Registered New York Democrats in or around East Hampton. This Saturday January 25th from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm we will be collecting signatures to get Andrew Yang on the NY primary ballot. We will start near the Golden Pear and go from there. Please stop by to sign even if you’re not sure about supporting Yang. We want to work together for the common goal. Thank you 🧢🗽🇺🇸 #Yang2020
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The Purist is going to Guided Meditation followed by Fredo https://youtu.be/2NAwowhwi9c🤣
We saw "Sam the Man" last night. Is there an online discussion group?
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10213785035120409&set=a.1145406475665&type=3&sfns=xmo http://gothamist.com/2019/03/15/nyc_student_global_climate_strike.php#photo-1 I support the student strike. An Angel’s View Of The Earth is an empathetic view of the earth and humanity facing imminent extinction. Currently on exhibit at Guild Hall Museum East Hampton , Long Island, New York - 81st Artist Members Show ending April 6. https://www.guildhall.org/events/ Titled: An Angels View Of The Earth Medium: Cobalt Blue pigment , acrylic, mica and oil on canvas Size: 20” X 24” Date: 2017