12:00am, Friday Nov 22 - 11:59pm, Thursday Dec 31
Make a Donation to our Annual Fund
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.
12:00am, Monday Sep 14 - 11:59pm, Thursday Dec 31
THE COLLECTORS SALE - Benefit Art Sale Event
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.
8:00am, Thursday Oct 1 - 5:00pm, Thursday Dec 31
Watch Our Virtual Programs on YouTube!
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!
6:00pm, Monday Oct 26
OUTDOOR DOCUMENTARIES - John Lewis: Good Trouble
Sponsored by Michael Daly and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork
(2020 | PG | 96 min.)
"Good Trouble" is an intimate account of legendary U.S. Representative John Lewis’ life, legacy and more than 60 years of extraordinary activism — from the bold teenager on the front lines of the Civil Rights movement to the legislative powerhouse he was throughout his career. After Lewis petitioned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to help integrate a segregated school in his hometown of Troy, Alabama, King sent “the boy from Troy” a round trip bus ticket to meet with him. From that meeting onward, Lewis became one of King’s closest allies. He organized Freedom Rides that left him bloodied or jailed, and stood at the front lines in the historic marches on Washington and Selma. He never lost the spirit of the “boy from Troy” and called on his fellow Americans to get into “good trouble” until his passing on July 17, 2020.
This screening will take place outdoors on the west lawn. Bring chairs, blankets, and something to keep you warm! Seating will be socially distanced with extremely limited capacity. Face masks required.
Film at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens with additional support provided by the Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs.
*Admission is free courtesy of the sponsor.