Artists include Louise Bourgeois (courtesy of Hauser & Wirth), Hal Buckner, Saskia Friedrich, Alice Hope, Bryan Hunt, Laurie Lambrecht, and Steve Miller.
This special installation on the east end west lawn of SAC is a collaboration between Artistic Director Amy Kirwin and Artist Eric Fischl and reflects both nature and the new normal of life during a pandemic. The intention is not only to offer an open-air experience that welcomes guests to roam freely and safely, but to draw attention to artists that use nature and humanity as an inspiration for their work.
This project will enhance our beautiful grounds for the public to enjoy while taking advantage of the property. Combining both sculpture and installation makes for a dynamic use of the landscape, and the artists chosen all have works that will be in conversation with and draw attention to the stunning natural surroundings and existing sculptural features.
Image: Bryan Hunt; Monolith Quarry, 1979 & Cubit Quarry, 1979; Bronze, Editions 1/4; 30.5″ x 13.5″ x 28” and 14.5″ x 36″ x 27.5”
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
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.
The FORWARD__Space Wave is Here.. On the west lawn of SAC in August and September!!
FORWARD__Space is DANCE, MUSIC, WELLNESS and SWEAT
Master Instructors Rachel Warren, Kristin Sudeikis as well as others will be leading the FORWARD__Space Sweat Sessions!
Five Pillars has been serving the Hamptons community for the last 4 years. During this pandemic, people need yoga more than ever, not only to maintain respiratory health, but more importantly, emotional well-being. Scientists have suggested that outdoor activities where social distancing and/or mask usage is possible is the safest way to stay healthy. SAC is thrilled to partner with Five Pillars to offer daily yoga classes at 9:30 AM on our expansive grounds. This way we can ensure the safety of the students and teachers, and continue to offer the high-quality yoga that Five Pillars is known for.
All Outdoor Classes are Weather Permitting.
Mats & Blocks available for purchase, or bring your own from home (no rentals/no shared props/no storage).
This program is currently SOLD OUT. Please contact Daniela at email@example.com for more information.
Please join us along with the Peter Matthiessen Center and Peconic Land Trust as we gather for an outdoor film screening of “No Boundaries” (2009 | 60 min.), Jeff Sewald’s documentary film narrated by Glenn Close capturing the essence of the literary and spiritual force that is Peter Matthiessen.
From 5-6 PM the team from the Peter Matthiessen Center invite you to enjoy delicious cuisine and a glass of local wine. Meet the individuals working to bring the Peter Matthiessen Center to life, and learn more about the next phase of our campaign. Tickets to the cocktail party are an additional $150.
Be sure to bring a beach chair and blanket as we gather under the stars to celebrate the legacy of one of America’s most distinguished writers.
Event sponsored by Michael Haggiag.
Photo Credit: Nancy Crampton
Ages 11-15 | Drop-Offs Permitted
Join us for this new youth programming initiative which aims to foster curiosity, broaden perspectives and encourage community service and engagement for the youth while having fun in a social environment.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25: MOUNTAINFILM Student Program
4:30 PM: Inspiring short films from the Mountainfilm kids program followed by Q&A with Mountainfilm on Tour Southampton organizer Elyn Kronemeyer (indoors)
6-7 PM: Pizza & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2: Peace Project – Wellness
4:30 PM: Healthy Habits and Plant-Based Living with the Wellness Foundation + Composting 101
6-7 PM: Pizza, Plants & Ping-Pong Social Hang-Out
Scholarships available for children with families experiencing financial hardship.
The Youth Global Citizen program is sponsored by Kara Ross, Paula Viscogliosi, and The Peace Project Inc.
Daniel’s popular series of sound meditations continues into the fall. Join us for a soothing, deeply relaxing, and immersive Soundbath Meditation with Daniel’s exquisite original set of crystal bowls, gongs, hang drum, Tibetan and Himalayan bells, rain sticks, ocarina, didj, and other objects dsound. This one-of-a-kind experience will melt away stress and leave you calm, recharged, your mind clear and vibrant!
Look, Breathe, Look Again. Take a stroll through the galleries and select a work of art to focus on. Take a few minutes to really take it in. Join the meditation. Afterwards return to that same artwork and see if you notice anything new with a fresh set of eyes and a clear mind.
Great for all – from beginners to advanced in the practice. Bring your own mats/blankets.
The documentary by Robin Baker Leacock includes compelling interviews with fascinating people, some famous some not, who inspire the viewer to give and help other people, animals and the planet.
The outdoor screening will begin at 6:30 PM with a panel discussion with Robin Baker Leacock (documentary filmmaker), Missy Hargraves (actress / animal activist) and Henry Buhl (philanthropist / ACE NEW YORK charity founder), and Jean Shafiroff (philanthropist / TV host / author / advocate).
The film will immediately follow the panel discussion at approximately 7 PM. Bring your own chairs and blankets.
Film at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens with additional support from the Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs.