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.
Travel on a journey with photographer Shawn Heinrichs and Curator Matthew Hockley Smith as we take an intimate tour of the striking images in LIGHT ON SHADOW. Reservations are not required.
Do you love to sing? Sign up today for this popular singing series taught by an NYC award-winning, professional Vocalist and Coach!
Filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, along with activists, scientists and others, draws attention to mankind’s role in a potential loss of at least half of the world’s species.
Shown in conjunction with the exhibition Light on Shadow – photographs by Shawn Heinrichs and Curated by Matthew Hockley Smith, presented with Blue Sphere Foundation.
We are thrilled to back virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone, Peter and Will Anderson. Presented with The Jam Session and made possible, in part, thanks to the generosity of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Join us for a lineup of short documentaries focusing on the state of our waters, inspired by the exhibition on view, Light on Shadow.
Presented with REACT to FILM.
Come experience and enjoy a soothing, deeply relaxing, immersive Sound Meditation with Daniel Lauter, using hand selected exquisite crystal bowls and gongs, Tibetan and Himalayan bells, rain sticks, and more.
One film. Five legendary athletes. The compelling and inspiring story of the journeys of tennis champion Martina Navratilova, golf great Jack Nicklaus, Olympic gymnast Nadia Comaneci, track and field star Edwin Moses, and Dutch Paralympian Esther Vergeer.
The WINNING film featuring Jack Nicklaus screening will take place during the 2018 U.S. Open Championship® at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton.
Be part of the creative process and join us for this special ongoing workshop with Fall 2018 Installation Artist Francisco Alvarado-Suarez.
Blue-collar Francis Ouimet fights class prejudice while mastering golf, a game guarded by the upper crust, and in the 1913 US Open, the 20-year-old underdog gets the opportunity to play against his idol, 1900 US Open champion, Englishman Harry Vardon.