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.
LIGHT OF THE OCEAN features a dynamic installation of works by Francisco Alvarado-Juárez, New York-based American artist born in Honduras. Our two main galleries have been transformed into a magical marine environment with part of the floor covered with sand, seashells and other organic materials indigenous to the East End of Long Island.
Join us for a traditional African Djembe drum circle where attendees will learn specific rhythms and then participate in a free form jam session. Drums will be provided or you can bring your own!
A quilt is an object of comfort that is often made with love by hand. Stop by to join us along with artist Mare Dianora as we create a quilt together to celebrate ‘community’ and how we define it. Each participant will create their own square for this community art project that will become part of the larger work.
Learn the art technique used to create The Radiance Project. Cyanotype is an early photographic process that uses the sun to expose imagery, noted for its intense blue hues. We’ll use a variety of natural, found, and drawing materials to create unique prints.
2 Sessions: 12:30 PM and 2 PM
Get into the holiday spirit at SAC! Join Valerie diLorenzo and friends on the front steps for some festive holiday caroling. All are welcome to join in the singing or just stop by and listen! And if you can’t be here on November 24, never fear. Caroling will be back on Saturday, December 22 at 4 PM!
Burn off those Thanksgiving calories at this semi-traditional Contra Dance (aka Barn Dance). Contra is a folk dance made up of long lines of couples. It is open to all ages and skill levels – and you do not have to be part of a couple to attend.
Whether you are a chess expert or new to the game, join coach Ulysses Tapley to play and learn “the art of chess” – the final chess gathering of 2018. Reservations are not required – just come and play!
Two Native American judges reach back to traditional concepts of justice in order to reduce incarceration rates. By addressing the root causes of crime, they are modeling restorative systems that are working and mainstream courts across the country begin to take notice.
Special screening for Native American Heritage Month.
This popular class will explore how to expand your range and expression, sing with more freedom, gain better breath control, and learn how to take care of your voice. You will learn effective vocal warm-ups and ways to address performance anxiety.