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Guild Hall staff were asked to sum up our 2022 season in one word. Here’s what they came up with: Growth • Expansion • I...
12/06/2022

Guild Hall staff were asked to sum up our 2022 season in one word. Here’s what they came up with: Growth • Expansion • Innovation • Renovation • Madness (the good kind) • Building (the noun and verb) • Reflection • Change • Positive • People • Relationships • Amazing • Inspired • Surprise • Adaptability • Challenging • Fun • Exhilarating • Big • Learning • Re-Learning • Newness • Adventure

What word sums up our 2022 season for you?

Did you think GUILD HALL: OFFSITE was amazing, inspired, surprising, innovative, new, positive, adventurous, and fun? To see more of that awesomeness, please consider making a donation to our annual fund so we can keep up the good work in 2023! Secure LINK BELOW to make a contribution.

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Guild Hall staff pictured, top to bottom, left to right:

1. Andrina Wekontash Smith, Andrea Grover, and Amy Kirwin at the 2022 Summer Gala. Photo: Jessica Dalene Photography
2. Hannah DiGate and Jennifer Brondo at the annual member’s meeting at Wolffer Estate Vineyards. Photo: Joe Brondo
3. Artist Mago with Anthony Madonna at the 2022 Summer Gala. Photo: Patrick McMullan
4. Carlos Lama and Andrea Grover at Choir! Choir! Choir! Photo: Jessica Dalene
5. Kathy Knocker (R) and friend at the Spooky Silent Dance Party. Photo: Jessica Dalene
6. Warren Neidich and Christina Mossaides Strassfield at Swept Away. Photo: Jessica Dalene
7. Kristin Eberstadt, Arcmanoro Niles, and Andrea Grover at the 2022 Summer Gala. Photo: BFA
8. Joe Brondo, Kendra Korczak, Andrea Grover, and Eliza Rand at the annual golf outing. Photo: Jessica Dalene
9. Jeannine Dyner, Amy Kirwin, and Andrea Grover at Stirring the Pot at Roberta’s. Photo: Rossa Cole
10. Guild Hall staff at the 2022 Summer Gala. Photo: Jessica Dalene

Note: Guild Hall is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and your donation is deductible as defined by IRS regulations.

We are most proud of and thankful for the moments we are together. It has been an extraordinary season of offsite progra...
11/29/2022

We are most proud of and thankful for the moments we are together. It has been an extraordinary season of offsite programs shared with you, our friends. You are Guild Hall's heartbeat, inspiring us to open our minds to endless possibilities. Thank you.

On this , we hope you will consider contributing to the 2022 Annual Fund in support of our imaginative and nomadic programming. Please help us raise $62,000 by December 31. If you enjoy your experiences with Guild Hall, please give generously.

Use the direct link below or visit guildhall.org/give. Contributions by check can be mailed to P.O. Box 5063, East Hampton, NY 11937. Your support is greatly appreciated. 🙏🏻

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1. Resistance Revival Chorus at Calvary Baptist Church. ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
2. Brittany Smith and Derek Stark at St. Luke’s as part of Guild Hall & Bel Canto Boot Camp’s Resident Artist Series. ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
3. Nobu Adilman and Daveed Goldman of CHOIR CHOIR CHOIR at The Clubhouse. ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
4. Marita Abril, Toni Carlson, Saori Tsukada, Sheryl Sutton, and Indah Mariana in City of Wom_n with Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artist-in-Residence Catherine Galasso. ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
5. Guild Hall staff and Teen Arts Council at the first Village of East Hampton Pride Parade. ©️Matthew Rosario
6. The Missing Element at Local TV, part of Works & Process at the Guggenheim ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
7. The No w Here Collective, Bastienne Schmidt, Alice Hope, and Toni Ross at the Amagansett U. S. Life-Saving Station. ©️Joe Brondo
8. Guild Hall Teen Arts Council members at the Spooky Silent Dance Party at LTV. ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
9. Swept Away: Love Letter to a Surrogate(s) by Warren Neidich on 10/30 at Main Beach, presentation by Jerelyn Hanrahan with Laura Ross White in collaboration with LA artist Andrew Bernardini. ©️Jessica Dalene Photography
10. Denis Bernard and Carissa Waechter of Carissa's Bakery with Florence Fabricant at Stirring the Pot at Carissa’s in Sag Harbor. ©️Rossa Cole

11/24/2022

We’re filled with gratitude for all of you who make Guild Hall the cultural heart of the East End. May your holidays be filled with love, joy, and boundless creativity.

If you’d like to give to our Annual Fund campaign, please visit https://www.guildhall.org/give2022

From our Board and our Staff, thank you for another unforgettable year. We can’t wait to see you again in the new year.

Video created by Joe Brondo for Guild Hall
Footage by Joe Brondo, Matt Galcik, Jody Gambino, Anzhelika Tolstikhina, & Kash Gaines

We highly recommend tuning-in to Episode 128 of the Cerebral Women podcast hosted by Guild Hall trustee Phyllis Hollis, ...
11/16/2022

We highly recommend tuning-in to Episode 128 of the Cerebral Women podcast hosted by Guild Hall trustee Phyllis Hollis, featuring Arcmanoro Niles, 2016 Guild Hall artist-in-residence. Visit the LINK BELOW to access the unmissable episode on Soundcloud.

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Niles makes vivid, brightly-hued paintings that expand our understanding of traditional genre painting and portraiture. He offers a window into seemingly mundane moments of daily life―a child seated at the table for breakfast, a man about to get into his car, a couple in their bedroom - with subjects drawn from photographs of friends and relatives and from memories of his past. The paintings, though intensely personal and autobiographical, engage in universal subjects of domestic and family life while also making reference to numerous art historical predecessors, including Italian and Dutch baroque, history painting, Color Field painting, and ancient Egyptian sculpture. Though drawing from many styles and genres, Niles is particularly inspired by the paintings that 16th-century Italian painter Caravaggio created of daily life through representations of his family and friends. In depicting not only people close to him but the places and times they inhabit, Niles creates his own record of contemporary life.

Of his 2016 residency, Arcmanoro shared “My time at Guild Hall allowed me to take a break from waiting tables and focus on art and not just painting. Something I really liked about the residency was that I was there with writers, poets, filmmakers, and performers. It was really interesting for me to hear about their lives and how they worked and thought about things. We were so similar and so very different. My two months there really opened my eyes to all the possibilities in front of me both inside and outside of the studio.”





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1/2. Arcmanoro Niles and Phyllis Hollis; Niles with Andrea Grover. ©️Patrick McMullan for Getty Images
3. Arcmanoro Niles in his studio, 2022, courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London. Photo by Daniel Kukla.
4. Courtesy of the artist.

It’s National Philanthropy Day and Guild Hall has the right ingredients for the perfect culture pie - All we need is YOU...
11/15/2022

It’s National Philanthropy Day and Guild Hall has the right ingredients for the perfect culture pie - All we need is YOU!

Carissa knows how important it is to use the best ingredients to make the perfect pie. Guild Hall follows the same principles to create unforgettable arts and cultural programming. Stirring the Pot with Florence Fabricant pictured here from last week at the new Carissa's Bakery in Sag Harbor is just one many artful experiences for our patrons.

On this National Philanthropy Day and as we approach a time of thanks and giving, we ask that you consider contributing to the 2022 Annual Fund to support unparalleled initiatives like this one. We need to raise $62,000 by December 31. If you enjoy your experiences with Guild Hall, please give generously.

LINK BELOW to make a contribution.

Thank you for your support, and we hope you will visit and enjoy the new Carissa's Bakery at 3 Bay Street in Sag Harbor.

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Guild Hall is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and your donation is deductible as defined by IRS regulations.

Pictured: Carissa Waechter, Denis Bernard, and Florence Fabricant at Stirring the Pot at Carissa’s Bakery on November 12, 2022.

📸 Rossa Cole

Artist Alexis Rockman and Guild Hall Executive Director Andrea Grover will be making a visit to the Princeton University...
11/12/2022

Artist Alexis Rockman and Guild Hall Executive Director Andrea Grover will be making a visit to the Princeton University Art Museum’s Bainbridge House today, 11/12 at 1:26 pm (according to Andrea’s GPS), for the last stop on the Shipwrecks tour. Come say hi!

Link below for more info on the exhibition.

[email protected] | Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks
Saturday, September 24, 2022–Sunday, November 27, 2022
https://artmuseum.princeton.edu/art/exhibitions/3752

🖼 Alexis Rockman (born 1962, born New York, NY; active New York), “Lusitania”, 2020. Oil on wood; 101.6 × 121.9 cm. Collection of Jonathan O'Hara. © Alexis Rockman

On January 6, longtime Museum Director/Chief Curator Christina Mossaides Strassfield will be stepping down from her role...
11/10/2022

On January 6, longtime Museum Director/Chief Curator Christina Mossaides Strassfield will be stepping down from her role at Guild Hall to become the new Executive Director of Southampton Arts Center. Please join us in wishing her the very best in this next phase of her career.

During her tenure at Guild Hall, Christina has curated exhibitions with artists Laurie Anderson, Peter Beard, Eric Fischl, Lee Krasner, Barbara Kruger, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Ugo Rondinone, and Cindy Sherman, to name a few, and oversaw the coordination of exhibitions with artists Winslow Homer, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol, amongst others. She has overseen the growth of our collection of over 2,400 works by artists associated with Eastern Long Island, and organized the traveling exhibition, “An Adventure in the Arts: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Guild Hall Museum”, which has journeyed cross-country since 2007 to the present day.

Christina has been a beloved part of the Guild Hall community for 29 years and will be missed. We look forward to expanding our reach further west with future collaborations.

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1. Christina giving a gallery tour in 2009,©️Gordon Grant
2. Christina with artist Donald Sultan in 1992
3. Christina with artist Pat Steir in 1993
4. Christina with her husband Paul Strassfield
5. Artist Laurie Anderson with Christina and Guild Hall staff in 2018,©️Daniel Gonzalez
6. Bob Colacello, Eric Fischl, Ninah Lynne, Ugo Rondinone, Christina, Andrea Grover, and Marty Cohen at the 2019 summer gala,©️Jessica Dalene Photography
7. Christina with artist Ross Bleckner at the 2022 summer gala,©️Patrick McMullan
8. Christina with artist John Alexander in 2021,©️Jessica Dalene Photography
9. Christina with artist Renee Cox in 2022,©️Joe Brondo
10. Christina, artist/filmmaker Robert Longo, Barbara Lane, and Andrea Grover at the 2021 summer gala,©️Patrick McMullan
11. Christina at The Ranch with Max Levai, Andrea Grover, Eliza Rand, and Kristin Eberstadt,©️Jessica Dalene

10/30/2022

Thank you to all who partied with us at the Guild Hall-o-ween Community Social & Spooky Silent Dance Party last weekend. Have a safe holiday!

Spooky Sponsor: Lincoln IT

Community Partner: Mary Slattery, Corcoran Group

Media Partner: James Lane Post

Event Supporters:
Citarella, Roberta’s Pizza, Kidd Squid Brewery, Lil’ Birdie, East Hampton Kitchen, Oysterbliss, Big Olaf Ice Cream Shop

Thanks to Dan’s Papers for the post-event coverage. If you weren't at LTV on Saturday, you missed one heck of a party!Ph...
10/24/2022
Photos: Guild Hall Pre-Halloween 2022 Silent Dance Party

Thanks to Dan’s Papers for the post-event coverage. If you weren't at LTV on Saturday, you missed one heck of a party!

Photos by Jessica Dalene Photography.

Guild Hall celebrated Halloween early on Saturday with their Community Social & Spooky Silent Dance Party at LTV Studios in Wainscott. Check out the photos!

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10/24/2022
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EAT ~ DRINK ~ DANCEJoin us for a fantastic party for all ages next Saturday! Costumes encouraged, and prizes will be awa...
10/13/2022
Guild Hall Community Social & Spooky Silent Dance Party - Guild Hall

EAT ~ DRINK ~ DANCE

Join us for a fantastic party for all ages next Saturday! Costumes encouraged, and prizes will be awarded for the most artful.

GUILD HALL COMMUNITY SOCIAL & SPOOKY SILENT DANCE PARTY
Saturday, October 22, 6-10PM
LTV, 75 Industrial Road, Wainscott

The event will include:
• Live acoustic set by Josh Brussell from 6-7PM
• Quiet Events Silent Dance Party from 7-10PM
• Andressa Costa of Oysterbliss shucking Peconic Bay oysters from 6-7PM
• Beer by Kidd Squid Sag Harbor, wine, and a witch’s brew mocktail
• Pizza from Montauk hot spot Roberta's
• Savory bites by Annie Washburn of East Hampton Kitchen
• Sweet treats by Alexis Krisel & Kye Vatash of Lil' Birdie
• Ice Cream Bar by Big Olaf Ice Cream Shop
• 360˚ Photo/Video Booth
• Décor by Billy Field of the Spooky House on Sherrill Road

For more info and to purchase tickets visit https://www.guildhall.org/events/communitysocial/.

Media Partner: James Lane Post

Event Supporters: Citarella, Roberta’s Pizza, Kidd Squid Brewery, Lil’ Birdie, East Hampton Kitchen, Oysterbliss, Big Olaf Ice Cream Shop

Photo: Jessica Dalene Photography, 2021

Join Us for a Fantastic Party! Get geared up for Halloween as Guild Hall continues offsite programming at LTV Studios on Saturday, October 22 with a community social, business networking event, and a spooky silent dance party. Guild Hall Member tickets are just $15 – Click HERE to become a member ...

WE’RE THROWING A FANTASTIC PARTY!Guild Hall continues offsite programming at LTV Studios on Saturday, October 22 from 6-...
10/05/2022
Guild Hall Community Social & Spooky Silent Dance Party - Guild Hall

WE’RE THROWING A FANTASTIC PARTY!

Guild Hall continues offsite programming at LTV Studios on Saturday, October 22 from 6-10PM with a Community Social & Spooky Silent Dance Party.

The event will include:
- Live acoustic set by Josh Brussell from 6-7PM
- Andressa Costa of Oysterbliss shucking fresh Peconic Bay oysters from 6-7PM
- Beer by new Sag Harbor brewery Kidd Squid, plus wine and non-alcoholic beverages
- Pizza from Montauk hot spot Roberta’s
- Savory bites by Annie Washburn of East Hampton Kitchen
- Sweet treats by Alexis Krisel and Kye Vatash of Sag Harbor's Lil' Birdie
- Soda Jerk scooping up ice cream from Big Olaf
- Quiet Events silent dance party from 7-10PM featuring two DJ's and three stations spinning your favorite tunes from the 70's to today
- 360˚ Interactive Photo/Video Booth
- And much more!

COSTUMES ARE ENCOURAGED
Prizes will be awarded for Most Creative, Funniest, and Most Artful (inspired by artwork or an artist).

Guild Hall member tickets are just $15 - Become a member today and SAVE BIG on what is already a great deal. LINK BELOW for tickets and to join!

Event Chairs:
Amy Kirwin, Guild Hall
Rory McEvoy, Kidd Squid

Co-Chairs:
Mario Arakelian, Canoe Place
Robin Brown, Trustees
Michael D. Clark, Local TV, Inc.
Jess Dalene Weber, Photographer
Samantha Duane, Rollin' with Rambo
Brandon Hoy, Roberta's Pizza
Alexis Krisel & Kye Vatash, Lil' Birdie
Jessica Mackin-Cipro, James Lane Post
Mary Slattery, Corcoran
Jesse Warren, Tenet
Annie Washburn, East Hampton Kitchen

Demon of Decor:
Billy Field, Spooky House on Sherrill

Media Partner: James Lane Post

Event Supporters:
Citarella, Roberta's Pizza, Kidd Squid Sag Harbor, Lil' Birdie, East Hampton Kitchen, Oysterbliss, Big Olaf Ice Cream Shop

Interested in being a sponsor? Contact Kendra Korczak at [email protected].

Join Us for a Fantastic Party! Get geared up for Halloween as Guild Hall continues offsite programming at LTV Studios on Saturday, October 22 with a community social, business networking event, and a spooky silent dance party. Guild Hall Member tickets are just $15 – Click HERE to become a member ...

Photos from artnet's post
09/16/2022

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GUILD HALL: OFFSITE hits the beach this month with SWEPT AWAY: Love Letter to a Surrogate(s) by Warren Neidich, taking p...
09/01/2022

GUILD HALL: OFFSITE hits the beach this month with SWEPT AWAY: Love Letter to a Surrogate(s) by Warren Neidich, taking place every Saturday night, September 10, 17, 24, and October 1 from 7-10PM at Main Beach (101 Ocean Avenue, East Hampton).

“Swept Away: Love Letter to a Surrogate(s) is a community-oriented artistic project that aims to create a transcontinental heartbeat across America,” said Neidich. “Sixty-five artists from Los Angeles will write sets of instructions, in the form of love letters, to an equal number of artists from the East End of Long Island who will then perform them in an open and improvisational way at the waters’ edge in front of the pavilion at Main Beach in East Hampton. In the spring the reverse will occur, with East End artists writing love letters to LA artists to be executed at Will Rogers State Beach, Santa Monica in conjunction with the 18th Street Arts Center.”

Attendees can watch or be an active participant and enjoy the evening’s festivities. This poetic project in some ways harkens back to the Happenings staged by Allan Kaprow in 1966 all through the South Fork.

SWEPT AWAY is co-curated by Christina Strassfield, Museum Director/Chief Curator of Guild Hall, Anuradha Vikram, Los Angeles based independent curator, and Los Angeles based conceptual artist Renee Petropoulos, plus administrative coordination by Julie McKim.

LINK BELOW for more details.

Guild Hall’s museum programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, an anonymous donor, Crozier Fine Arts, and funding from The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment, and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.

Thank you to East Hampton Village for their support of this project.

📸 Joe Brondo

https://www.guildhall.org/sweptaway

Stirring the Pot went out with a bang for the summer last Sunday at Hayground School when The New York Times Food & Wine...
08/31/2022

Stirring the Pot went out with a bang for the summer last Sunday at Hayground School when The New York Times Food & Wine writer Florence Fabricant pulled up a seat at the counter with legendary Chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin.

The fun, informative, and very funny conversation took place while Chef Ripert simultaneously made his “Real Ratatouille” from his latest cookbook, “Vegetable Simple”. Guests were then treated to a delicious tasting prepared by Head Chef Eric Gestel.

Afterwards, attendees sampled beer from the new Sag Harbor brewery, Kidd Squid, while Florence and Chef Ripert signed their cookbooks. And not to be outdone, guests went home with pasta and sauce from Citarella and a $50 Goldbelly gift card.

Whose culinary FOMO is kicking in right about now?! Don’t miss out next time. Visit guildhall.org to join our mailing list or become a member so you can be informed of future Stirring the Pot’s.

Thank you to our incredible sponsors: Ciuffo Cabinetry, Citarella, Landscape Details, and PURIST.

Theater Programming is supported, in part, by The Schaffner Family Foundation and funding from The Melville Straus Family Endowment. Music Programming is supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming.

📸 Rossa Cole

https://www.guildhall.org/performances/stirring-the-pot-conversations-with-culinary-celebrities/

In a recent letter to the editor in The East Hampton Star, author and architecture critic Paul Goldberger shared the fol...
08/30/2022

In a recent letter to the editor in The East Hampton Star, author and architecture critic Paul Goldberger shared the following regarding the Guild Hall: Offsite exhibition NOW HERE at the Amagansett U.S. Life-Saving & Coast Guard Station:

“The other day I visited the extraordinary exhibition of three truly great local artists, Toni Ross, Bastienne Schmidt, and Alice Hope, at the Amagansett Life-Saving Station, where their site-specific works combined with the setting and architecture of this historic building to create multiplicity of powerful aesthetic experiences. This exhibition, organized by Guild Hall, was new art of the highest order, and it was created here, by artists who take their inspiration from this place, just as their predecessors did."

Thank you, Paul! We feel the same way. NOW HERE is on view now through September 30, Friday to Sunday, 11AM-3PM, 160 Atlantic Avenue, Amagansett.

📸 Jessica Dalene Photography, Gary Mamay, and Joe Brondo

https://www.guildhall.org/events/guild-hall-presents-now-here-at-amagansett-lifesaving-station/

08/22/2022

ICYMI: We’ve been spreading the arts-love all over the Hamptons (and beyond) and there’s so much more coming the rest of this year! Enjoy this quick look back at what we’ve been up to so far in 2022.

Keep your eyes glued to guildhall.org for more Guild Hall: Offsite events and experiences while our building is temporarily closed as our Capital Improvements Project is underway.

Thank you to all of the artists, our board, staff, sponsors, and arts-lovers like you.

Join us for a NOW HERE Artist’s Panel Discussion this Saturday, August 20 at 6PM at the Amagansett U.S. Life-Saving Stat...
08/19/2022

Join us for a NOW HERE Artist’s Panel Discussion this Saturday, August 20 at 6PM at the Amagansett U.S. Life-Saving Station. This is an exclusive opportunity to meet the No W here Collective, made up of Alice Hope, Toni Ross, and Bastienne Schmidt, along with Curator Christina Mossaides Strassfield, and get an understanding of the artists intentions and the site-specific installation, ask questions, and engage with the art.

NOW HERE primarily responds to the Life Saving Station’s faking box, seen as the emblematic artifact in the Station’s collection that emanates their mission — to save lives. The faking box, in itself, embodies a formal aesthetic that relates to the Collective’s original artifact and inspiration, the Metropolitan Museum’s Marshallese Navigation Chart.

NOW HERE is on view through September 30 and can be visited Friday to Sunday, 11AM-3PM. LINK BELOW for more information and to make your free reservation for Saturday’s program.

NOW HERE is supported by Judi Caron, Jane Wesman and Don Savelson, with additional support by Judith Hope.

Guild Hall’s museum programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, an anonymous donor, Crozier Fine Arts, and funding from The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment, and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.

📸 Bastienne Schmidt, Jessica Dalene Photography, Gary Mamay, Joe Brondo

https://www.guildhall.org/events/now-here-panel-discussion-with-the-artists/

Guild Hall members, we invite you to join Executive Director Andrea Grover on Monday, September 12 for a private day tri...
08/18/2022

Guild Hall members, we invite you to join Executive Director Andrea Grover on Monday, September 12 for a private day trip, Founder-led tour, and lunch at the magnificent Magazzino Italian Art in Cold Spring, NY. Magazzino was noted in the New York Times (6/30/2022) as well as in Galerie Magazine’s “The 10 Best Art Exhibitions to see Around the World this Summer” (8/1/22).

If you have not yet visited this unrivaled collection and gorgeous grounds, you are in for a very special experience, and a fun, art-filled day with fellow Guild Hall patrons. Our intimate group of 20 will see “Gilardi: Tappeto-Natura,” Italian artist Piero Gilardi’s first institutional solo exhibition in the US. We will also be treated to a new installation of their noted permanent collection. It’s an exquisite space and setting, and sure to be memorable.

A catered box lunch will be provided, and if you are coming from the East End, no travel plans are needed. We will provide round-trip luxury shuttle bus transportation, with select pickup locations. All others can meet us there by car, and shuttles are provided too from the train.

LINK BELOW for more details and to sign up. Space is extremely limited!

Guild Hall extends special thanks to Magazzino Co-Founders, Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Olnick Spanu, and Director, Vittorio Calabrese, for their generous hospitality.

https://www.guildhall.org/events/magazzino-day-trip/?last_clicked_post=post-24011

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Magazzino Italian Art. Photo: Alexa Hoyer
Piero Gilardi, Terreno di Montagna (1967)
Piero Gilardi, Mare (1967)
Piero Gilardi per L’Uomo Vogue, 1966
Magazzino of Italian Art. Photo: Marco Anelli, New York, 2017

We are excited for part two of the 11th season of STIRRING THE POT, our popular series of culinary conversations hosted ...
08/16/2022

We are excited for part two of the 11th season of STIRRING THE POT, our popular series of culinary conversations hosted by New York Times Food & Wine writer Florence Fabricant. Join us at Sagaponack Farm Distillery this Sunday, August 21 at 4PM when Florence will be talking with farmer/manager Marilee Foster and head distiller Matt Beamer, and guests will sample their Potato Vodka and Rye. The talk will be followed by a happy hour and cocktail-making demo, which includes a free Sagaponack Tonic cocktail (or mocktail) or a classic Manhattan, plus bar snacks by sponsor Citarella.

LINK BELOW for full details and tickets. Guests must be 21+ to attend. Rain Date: August 22

📸 Sagaponack Farm Distillery by John Musnicki. Florence Fabricant by Fred R. Conrad for The NY Times

Lead Sponsor: Ciuffo Cabinetry
Supporting Sponsors: Citarella and Landscape Details, Inc.
Media Partner: The Purist

Guild Hall Theater Programming is supported in part by The Schaffner Family Foundation and funding from The Melville Straus Family Endowment. Music Programming is supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming.

https://www.guildhall.org/events/stirring-the-pot-conversations-with-culinary-celebrities-spirits-at-sagaponack-distillery/

We are deeply saddened by the recent attack on author and Guild Hall Academy member Sir Salman Rushdie. An act like this...
08/15/2022

We are deeply saddened by the recent attack on author and Guild Hall Academy member Sir Salman Rushdie. An act like this is an assault on free expression everywhere. We hope for his swift recovery and resilience.

📸 Sean Zanni / Getty Images ©2020

07/27/2022

A look back at our first Guild Hall & Bel Canto Boot Camp concert this past May.

Join us this Saturday, July 30 for our next concert The Potions of Love: Bel Canto Arias and Ensembles at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church as we welcome the newest residents: Brittany Smith and Juan Hernández with Samual Keeler, Michael Leyte-Vidal, Derrek Stark, and Patricia Westley. Tickets available at guildhall.org

The Guild Hall & Bel Canto Boot Camp Resident Artist Series is a collaboration between the Learning + Public Engagement department at Guild Hall of East Hampton and Bel Canto Boot Camp. With the shared values of creative authenticity, artistic development, and community engagement, the Series supports an emerging generation of opera singers. By providing individualized training from Bel Canto Boot Camp mentors and masterclasses with international artists, the series aims to support a new generation of emerging opera singers and to increase awareness and appreciation of the unamplified voice.

All of our programs are OFFSITE while our Capital Improvements Project is underway making enhancements to our facility.

Principal Sponsor: V. Atkins Foundation
Additional support: Dr. Ralph Gibson, in memory of Andy Jacobyansky, who generously shared his passion, knowledge, and support for the opera
Theater Programming supported in part by The Schaffner Family Foundation and funding from The Melville Straus Family Endowment. Music Programming is supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming.
Learning & Public Engagement programming is supported by The Patti Kenner Arts Education Fellowship, The Hearthland Foundation, Stephen Meringoff, Susan and Stephen Scherr, and funding from the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Endowment Fund, and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.

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💃 Dancing and 🗣 singing into Women’s History this morning with Catherine Galasso, the brand-new William P. Rayner artist-in-residency at Guild Hall and director of the City of Wom_n dance project using Rebecca Solnit’s iconic women-centered Subway map as a vehicle for visiting five pioneers from the boroughs 💪😍✊ like Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, prima ballerina Maria Tallchief, LES poet Diane Burns, bearded sideshow performer Lady Olga and celebrity transwoman Christine Jorgensen, joins us at the bottom of the first hour (9:25 a.m. with a replay after midnight) before Ashley Bell of Divaria Productions joins us at 10:25 to let us know more about the three-part vocal workshop over at Baystreet Theatre which examines the vocal stylings of 17th to 19th century divas Isabella Colbran, Maria Malibran and Pauline Viardot ❤️‍🔥 during our Monday Meditation segment underwritten by MonkMusic Recording Studios❤️‍🔥 Remember, all episodes can be found on the WLIW - FM website after they air live 9-11 and 12-1 A.M. weekday mornings on the 88.3 section of your FM dial through Eastern LI and coastal Connecticut, 96.9 for our up-Island Western Suffolk crew and online streaming to wherever you are at wliw.org/radio From The Heart,
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❤️‍🔥🎙 On tomorrow morning’s WLIW - FM Thoughtful Thursday segment at 9:25 Susan Galardi of Parrish Art Museum joins Gianna Volpe to discuss the museum’s Women’s History filmmaker’s event, 6 p.m. on Friday paneled by Rosalind Schneider (Pictured, center) and Sara Vanderbeek — Parrishart.org for more info — Thoughtful Thursday is underwritten by Guild Hall of East Hampton on Long Island’s only NPR station 👩🏻‍💼🎥
Guild Hall of East Hampton will honor Board Chairman Marty Cohen and his wife Michele Cohen in recognition their long-standing commitment and generosity to Guild Hall at the upcoming annual Academy of the Arts Dinner. The event will take place on Monday, March 14, from 6 to 10 PM at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.
Guild Hall of East Hampton's ongoing collaboration with Ma's House & BIPOC Art Studio, GATHER: Conversations Led by Black & Indigenous Changemakers, was chosen by the Museum Association of New York’s review committee as the recipient of the 2022 Engaging Communities Award of Merit.
Guild Hall of East Hampton has announced details of a facility-wide capital improvements project and campaign to reimagine its building at 158 Main Street for twenty-first-century audiences.
From ALL ARTS. Go into the creative process with Omari Wiles, Dancer, founder and artistic director of Les Ballet Afrik, founding father of the The House of NiNa Oricci (featured on season 2 of "Legendary" on HBO Max), and legend within the ballroom community. To read the article: https://gu.gg/3sp9Ezj
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Omari Wiles and Les Ballet Afrik were recently in a Works & Process LaunchPAD residency at The Church in Sag Harbor, in collaboration with Guild Hall of East Hampton working on "New York Is Burning". Check out these photos from the open rehearsal on January 8, 2022.
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Photos: Joe Brondo for Guild Hall of East Hampton
Guild Hall of East Hampton has launched its new Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artist-in-Residence (AIR) Program, which supports artist collectives/collaboratives working in all disciplines by providing housing, a studio space, and focused time to develop or refine new work over a two to four week period. The inaugural residency has been awarded to the Hamptons Dance Project from January 9 to January 23.
Go into the rehearsal room with Omari Wiles, Dancer and Les Ballet Afrik and see them rehearse "New York Is Burning" during their Works & Process LaunchPAD residency at The Church in Sag Harbor, NY, in collaboration with Guild Hall of East Hampton. Tomorrow at The Church, audience members will see a Show and Tell Presentation of Les Ballet Afrik: "New York Is Burning" by Omari Wiles.
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Videos: Shireen Rahimi / Les Ballet Afrik

Want to learn more about the creative process? Tomorrow, January 8 for FREE from 11am to 3pm at The Church in Sag Harbor, NY, in partnership with Guild Hall of East Hampton, the public is invited into the Works & Process LaunchPAD residency. Founding father of The House of NiNa Oricci (featured on season 2 of "Legendary" on HBO Max) and legend within the ballroom community Omari Wiles, Dancer and his company Les Ballet Afrik will be rehearsing "New York Is Burning," a Works & Process commission that honors the 30th anniversary of the documentary "Paris Is Burning." For more information, visit https://www.thechurchsagharbor.org/upcoming. Masks and proof of vaccination required for entry.
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🎥: from the Works & Process bubble performance of "Take Me Back" from "New York Is Burning" at Works & Process in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum rotunda on May 4, 2021. Video: Titus Ogilvie-Laing

Works & Process bubble residencies and reopening performances were made possible through the generosity of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and Stephen Kroll Reidy.

Suzanne Sylvor, President of Volunteers of Guild Hall of East Hampton, presents VoGH’s first web-based art exhibition showcasing VoGH artist members. “After our successful 2019 exhibit at the Amagansett Library, we wanted to continue in a Covid-safe, winter-warm location. What could be more welcoming than our own website?” said Sylvor.
Hats off and a standing ovation to a favorite actor, director and performer who has voiced many bf radio campaigns, produced and directed many plays our clients have sponsored at Guild Hall of East Hampton and had made our community and the arts richer with talent leadership and tremendous strength and kindness. We cannot wait to see (and support) what he does next. And nicely written Annette Hinkle.
Out in Sag Harbor, NY? On Thursday, January 6 at 7 pm, the film "Paris Is Burning" will be playing at Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center with an introduction by Omari Wiles, Dancer, founder and artistic director of Les Ballet Afrik, founding father of the The House of NiNa Oricci (featured on season 2 of "Legendary" on HBO Max), and legend within the ballroom community. For tickets and more info, visit https://sagharborcinema.org/films/paris-is-burning/
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This screening of "Paris Is Burning" will be held in conjunction with Omari Wiles and his company Les Ballet Afrik's Works & Process LaunchPAD residency at The Church, in partnership with Guild Hall of East Hampton, while they develop “New York Is Burning” a Works & Process commission that honors the 30th anniversary of "Paris Is Burning."
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📷 from the Works & Process bubble performance of "Take Me Back" from "New York Is Burning" by Omari Wiles, with Les Ballet Afrik, May 4, 2021. Works & Process bubble residencies and reopening performances were made possible through the generosity of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and Stephen Kroll Reidy. Photo: Titus Ogilvie-Laing
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