Southampton Arts Center depends on support from generous donors like you, especially after this very challenging year. Your financial support will help us to deliver excellent programs to our audiences, year round.
SAC is committed to community building through the arts. We present and produce inspiring, inclusive, socially and regionally relevant programs across all disciplines – welcoming, connecting, and collaborating with the diverse members of New York’s East End community and beyond.
Presented by New York Academy of Art with Southampton Arts Center. Curated by David Kratz and Stephanie Roach, and edited by Emma Gilbey Keller.
Participating Sponsor: Douglas Elliman
Insurance Sponsor: AXA
Media Partner: Hamptons Magazine
Artists, writers, and creative thinkers were asked to consider three questions of critical importance: Our lives will never be the same, but what will change look like? What do we want to keep as we rebuild? And what must we guard against?
We invited these creators to express what they saw, what they felt, and what they experienced during this time of pause and reassessment, upheaval and risk, and anxiety and uncertainty.
It is our hope that 2020 Vision marks one of many beginnings in the necessary process of ‘post-traumatic growth’ and positive change for our society and our world.
Note to Visitors: 2020 Vision, by design, presents multiple artists’ perspectives and observations on all that has occurred in our society over the past year. Please use your discretion when visiting with children due to some mature content.
It continues! Many of the available works have been reinstalled behind the big wall in the back gallery, so you can still come and see them in person to help with your purchase decision making!
While the season usually comes to a celebratory close with the annual SummerFest event, the current government restrictions prohibiting gatherings of groups of more than 50 has forced all non-profits to think outside the box and create a new approach to fundraising. With that, we are thrilled to announced
Artists and collectors were asked to contribute to this special fundraiser by generously donating a work or works of art. Over 80 artists and collectors have shown their support by donating 105 works. Now it is your turn to purchase them!
All proceeds from this fundraising art sale will allow SAC to continue its diverse slate of year-round programming.
Did you miss one of our virtual programs this year? No problem! Just visit our YouTube Channel to find recent Zoom panels, gallery tours, messages from friends of SAC, and more!
We are thrilled to launch our first Storefront Art Project with artist Alice Hope and her new installation “Priceless”.
Located in the former Chico’s at 8 Jobs Lane, “Priceless” is a multimedia installation made with accordioned chromed coat hangers, strung can tabs, and shopping tags. So come take a stroll in the village and check out the first of a potential series of window art installations.
Thank you to Mayor Jesse Warren, the Trustees, and the Village of Southampton, the landlord of 8 Jobs Lane, and Morley Property Management for their support of this project.
Made possible, in part, thanks to the Long Island Community Foundation.
with Author/Illustrator Michael Paraskevas
Get the kids tucked into bed and join us on Zoom for this special session of bedtime stories read by the authors themselves. For this second session we are thrilled to work with Mickey Paraskevas, Southampton resident and creator of Maggie & The Ferocious Beast, Junior Kroll, A Big Slice of Pie and more, who will read from favorites Mr. Moon, Paint Your World, and if time, a little Maggie!
Southampton Arts Center is excited to partner with LTMovement©, instructed by owner/founder and professional dancer Leisa Taylor, at 8 AM every Tuesday morning in December to present this online Pilates series to help you tap into a successful, sustainable approach to fitness, all in the comfort of your own home!
ALL are welcome, from beginners to advanced! Modifications give every individual the tools to feel strong and confident through the practice. A link to access each class will be sent to all participants from Leisa the day before each occurrence.
Join Larissa Rhodes, producer of the new hit film, The Social Dilemma in conversation with Josh Golin and Jean Rogers Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood. Featuring former Facebook, Google, and Twitter employees, The Social Dilemma reveals how the business model for digital media exacerbates some of the most pressing problems we face today, including misinformation, polarization, and a host of problems related to social media overuse. Not surprisingly, children and young people are most susceptible to the techniques social media companies use to keep us endlessly scrolling and posting.
Larissa, Jean and Josh will share clips from the film and discuss what we can do — as families, communities, and a society – to keep digital media from interfering with children’s healthy development.
While it is recommended that attendees watch The Social Dilemma on Netflix prior to the December 9th discussion, it is not necessary.
Join SAC Artistic Director Amy Kirwin along with a panel of accomplished arts professionals from the visual arts, performing, music, filmmaking, photography, and more. For students and young adults who are interested in careers in the arts, you do not want to miss this vital conversation with the experts.
Music: Carter Burwell, Film Composer
Photography: Deborah Feingold
Visual Arts: David Kratz, President of New York Academy of Art
Film: Mary Lambert, Director
Literary Arts: Garth Stein, Author