THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
MADE POSSIBLE BY THE GENEROSITY OF SIMONE AND DAVID LEVINSON
SUNDAY, MAY 24 · 8:30 PM · $50 PER CAR (Rescheduled from Saturday due to weather)
No refunds or exchanges. If you cannot use your reservation, we recommend giving it to
a friend to use.
We remain eager to come back together as a community but in doing so we need to ensure all of us remain healthy and safe. To that end, below you’ll find important information and guidelines for attending the film.
Please note social distancing requirements must be followed at all times. ONE public restroom will be open for the duration of our event. Concessions will be closed, but we encourage you to support local markets and restaurants if you are going to picnic in your car. They are all open and ready to serve you! Click HERE for a full list!
ENJOYING THE FILM
Southampton Arts Center is excited to announce that they will kick off Memorial Day weekend with a first-rate drive-in movie experience at Coopers Beach in Southampton Village. Now that Governor Andrew Cuomo has endorsed drive-ins as an acceptable form of public entertainment, SAC acted swiftly to organize this special event celebrating the unofficial start of summer. At sundown on Sunday, May 24, approximately 8:30 PM, SAC will present the 1981 Steven Spielberg classic Raiders of the Lost Ark, made possible by the generosity of Simone and David Levinson. Please note that space is limited and advance reservations are required to ensure safe, contactless entry.
This event will also serve as a Food Drive benefiting Heart of the Hamptons. Attendees are encouraged to bring non-perishable items to donate in support of the local food bank.
(1981 | PG | 115 min.)
From Director Steven Spielberg, intrepid archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) tries to beat a band of Nazis to a unique religious relic which is central to their plans for world domination. Battling against a snake phobia and a vengeful ex-girlfriend, Indiana Jones is in constant peril, making hair’s-breadth escapes at every turn in this celebration of the innocent adventure movies of an earlier era.
The Cooper’s Beach parking lot (268 Meadow Lane) will open at 6:30 PM with the film beginning at sundown, approximately 8:30 PM. Admission is $50 per car. Attendees will be expected to stay in their cars and follow physical distancing guidelines. The audio will be accessed on the FM dial. Advance reservations required.
Contactless Entry: Attendees must post a printout of their confirmation and put it in their car window or have it on the screen of their mobile phone on arrival. Advance reservations are required for admittance.
Let the pro’s cook for you!
Many local restaurants are open for take-out. Save yourself the time of making your own car picnic and show your support for one of these village establishments instead. Give them a call and place an order on your way to the beach.
|75 Main (631.283.7575)
Catena’s (631.283.3456)Citarella (631.283.6600)
Clamman Seafood (631.283.6669)
Four Oaks Café & Juice Bar (631.287.6445)Fudge Company (631.283.8108)
Fresco Pizza & Deli (631.283.1774)
Golden Pear Café (631.283.8900)
Jobs Lane Ristorante (631.287.8703)
Juice Press (212.777.0034)
La Hacienda (631.287.6814)
La Parmigiana (631.283.8030)
P&G Pizza and Deli (631.377.3909)
Paul’s Italian Restaurant (631.283.1861)
Plaza Cafe & Food Truck (631.283.9323)
Sant Ambroeus (631.283.1233)Schmidt’s (631.283.5777)
Sean’s Place (631.283.6296)
Season’s of Southampton (631.283.3354)
Sip n Soda (631.283.9752)
Southampton Publick House (631.283.2800)
Tate’s Bake Shop (631.283.9830)
Ted’s East End Market (631.283.0929)
Tutto il Giorno (631.377.3611)
Union Burger Bar (631.377.3323)
Southampton Arts Center would like to thank Mayor Jesse Warren and the Southampton Village Trustees for their support of this event.
Curated by Amy Kirwin Programmatic Partners include Peconic Land Trust, South Fork Natural History Museum, Oceana and the Peter Matthiessen Center. This timely exhibition will feature artists who use their talents to focus on environmental conservation and activism, whether through fine art, upcycling, photography, film, music, prose or other forms of artistic expression. Exhibiting artists will hold workshops throughout, poignant panel discussions will be organized with the presenting partners, plus special film screenings including the sensational Fantastic Fungi. The intention of eARTh is to create a beautiful message about the state of our precious earth in a way that all can understand and appreciate. Artists include Roisin Bateman, Kristian Brevik, Scott Bluedorn, Megan Chaskey, Erica Cirino, Rossa Cole, Janet Culbertson, Thomas Deininger, Alejandro Duran, Jim Gingerich, Mamoun Friedrich Grosvenor, John Haigney, Kara Hoblin, Michael Light, Pamela Longobardi, Christa Maiwald, Tucker Marder, Janine Martel, Steve Miller, Patricia Paladines, Aurora Robson, Cindy Pease Roe, Lauren Ruiz, Anne Seelbach, Kathryn Szoka, and Diane Tuft, plus a special project by the members of the South Fork Natural History Museum’s Young Environmentalists program. Cover Art: Kara Hoblin
Conceived and Curated by Paton Miller Presenting Sponsor: Ingrid Arneberg and Will Marin East End Collected draws attention to the large population of artists living in the region and reflects Paton Miller’s vision of the East End as an ideal environment for artists to create work. In this sixth iteration of the popular exhibition, Miller continues with the intention of never showing the same artist twice. Since its 2015 launch, the EEC series has featured over 200 individuals. Through this exhibition, Paton Miller celebrates 34 new artists and further establishes Southampton Arts Center as a home where the East End arts scene continues to thrive. EEC6 Artists include Linda K. Alpern, Mary Boochever, Deborah Buck, Dominic Cantasano, Isadora Capraro, Philippe Cheng, Joe Chierchio, Jerry Cooke, James Croak, Noel de Lesseps, Mary Delaney, John Dios, David Geiser*, Melody Guini, Candace Hill, Dennis Lawrence, Christine Matthai, Gerald Monroe, Ryan Moore, Shimon Okshteyn*, Zach Osif, Patrick Peters, Leila Pinto, William Quigley, Doug Reina, Bastienne Schmidt, Christine Sciulli, Anne Seelbach, Agathe Snow, Kevin Teare, Catherine Van Milders, Maria Vasconcelos, Linh Vivace, Charles Waller*, Claire Watson, Carol Weinberg, Suzanne Wetanson, and John Whelan. This year we pay tribute to three East End Collected alums we lost in the past year, David Geiser (EEC1), Charles Waller (EEC2), and Shimon Okshteyn (EEC4).