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02:00 pm, Sunday Apr 07

The Art of Chess – Learn & Play!

Whether you are a chess expert or new to the game, join everyone’s favorite coach and competitor Ulysses Tapley to play and learn “the art of chess” – now the first Sunday of the month in 2019! Reservations are not required – just come and play!

02:00 pm, Sunday May 05

The Art of Chess – Learn & Play!

Whether you are a chess expert or new to the game, join everyone’s favorite coach and competitor Ulysses Tapley to play and learn “the art of chess” – now the first Sunday of the month in 2019! Reservations are not required – just come and play!

02:00 pm, Sunday Jun 02

The Art of Chess – Learn & Play!

Whether you are a chess expert or new to the game, join everyone’s favorite coach and competitor Ulysses Tapley to play and learn “the art of chess” – now the first Sunday of the month in 2019! Reservations are not required – just come and play!

02:00 pm, Sunday Jun 09

Community Quilt Project, Phase 2

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 continue working on this special quilt to celebrate ‘community’ and how we define it.

Monday Jul 01 - Monday Jul 15

Wet and Wild Watercolors with Lois Bender

This three-part series will introduce attendees to the basic skills of watercolor and help them enjoy the process of creative experimentation. Students will build a repertoire of techniques and have fun doing so!

02:00 pm, Sunday Jul 14

Create and Photograph Mini Animals with Sculpey Clay with Ruby Jackson

Inspired by National Geographic Photo Ark by Joel Sartore, join artist Ruby Jackson for a fun session creating tiny animals out of Sculpey clay and then photographing them with your iPhones in our mini photo studio. The workshop lasts up to three hours long, which includes time to fire the work, and is open to all people five years and older.

Saturday Aug 03 - Sunday Aug 04

ICP Photography Workshop: The Personal Narrative – Photographing With Light, Style, and Intent

Producing work that is truly one’s own and developing a personal aesthetic is an ongoing process for any practicing photographer. This two-day workshop instructed by ICP Faculty Bastienne Schmidt is for students who would like to develop a more personal expression in their photographic work. Discussions address composition, media, lighting, print style, and emotional meaning in imagery, as well as the works of master photographers. Students complete exercises designed to develop a personal voice, hone their editing skills, and pinpoint the unique elements in their work. Each student receives assignments specifically related to his/her past work. Questions reflect upon the concept of photography and memory. We explore the relationship between photography, narrative, and personal memory.

11:30 am, Sunday Aug 04

Wildlife Sketching Workshop for Adults in the Galleries

Bring your kids for a special 90-minute sketching session in the Photo Ark galleries with East Hampton artist Scott Bluedorn, known for his elaborate marine life drawings.

All levels encouraged. Materials will be provided.

10:00 am, Saturday Aug 10

Birding with Frank Quevedo: Shorebirds at Shinnecock Bay – Plus Photography Instruction by Ken Grille

Summer is the best time to view some of the fifty or more species of shorebirds that comb the beaches, sand flats, and marshes of Long Island. On this walk, we will visit Shinnecock Bay in Southampton and focus on plovers, yellowlegs, oystercatchers, and sandpipers as they feed by wading in shallow waters. So grab your binoculars and cameras, scopes, sunscreen, and a field guide to birds of Eastern North America, if you have one, and let’s hit the bay.

02:00 pm, Sunday Aug 11

Create and Photograph Mini Animals with Sculpey Clay with Ruby Jackson

Inspired by National Geographic Photo Ark by Joel Sartore, join artist Ruby Jackson for a fun session creating tiny animals out of Sculpey clay and then photographing them with your iPhones in our mini photo studio. The workshop lasts up to three hours long, which includes time to fire the work, and is open to all people five years and older.