International Artists-in-Residence will be sculpting live on the West Lawn for all to enjoy, so stop by and watch these masters at work. Sculptors include Flavia Lobalo from Argentina, Lars Widenfalk from Sweden, Barry Grove from Scotland, Alena Matějka from Czech Republic, Jill Burkee from Colorado, and Giancarlo Biagi from Italy.
FESTIVAL DELLA SCULTURA at Southampton Arts Center, 8/9-8/26
Marble carving, sand casting with youth alla Nivola, musical events, talks, and more, curated by Giancarlo Biagi.
Thursday, August 9 | 4:30 PM: Instrument making in the studio with Madaus Trio for 8/23 concert
Thursday, August 16 | 3:3o-4:30 PM: Sand casting workshop with youth alla Nivola with Giancarlo Biagi
Thursday, August 23 | 4:30 PM: Madaus Group concert for and with Kids featuring Aurora Pacchi, Antonella, Gualandri, and David Dainelli from Italy
Wednesday, August 22 to Sunday, August 26 | 11 AM – 6 PM: Artists-in-Residence live sculpting on the West Lawn
Sunday, August 26 | All Day:
4 PM: Danielle Knafo Lecture on Frida Kahlo and Artists symposium
11 AM – 6 PM: Artists-in-Residence Live Sculpting on West Lawn
6-8 PM: Outdoor Concert with Italy’s Madaus celebrating the close of Festival Della Scultura
International Artists-in-Residence include sculptors Flavia Lobalo from Argentina, Lars Widenfalk from Sweden, Barry Grove from Scotland, Alena Matějka from Czech Republic, Jill Burkee from Colorado, and Giancarlo Biagi from Italy.
Sculpture images, clockwise, from top left: Crystals by Giancarlo Biagi, Italy; Invernando by Flavia Robalo, Argentina; Leaves by Barry Grove, Scotland; La Greca by Lars Widenfalk, Sweden; Wall of Wind by Alena Matějka, Czech Republic; Mary by Jill Burkee, Colorado.
It’s friends like you that have made the first five years of SAC so successful. Now, we are taking the opportunity to invite you to become our Friend – formally – as we launch Southampton Arts Center Friends Circle.
Southampton Arts Center honors Blue Sphere Foundation and its Founder, Shawn Heinrichs, in a seven week presentation of Shawn’s works of art, curated by Matthew Hockley Smith. The exhibit seeks to inspire action and drive conservation of our oceans and the vulnerable marine life within them.