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FESTIVAL DELLA SCULTURA: Outdoor Concert with Italy’s Madaus Trio

Sunday, August 26 | 6-8 PM PM | FREE 

Festival Della Scultura comes to a close with a celebratory free outdoor concert with Italy’s Madaus trio. Bring chairs, blankets, and picnics and enjoy the international tunes.

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.

ALL FREE

Full Schedule:

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.

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Venue

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968 United States
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Website:
http://www.southamptonartscenter.org

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