Two simultaneous exhibitions focusing on the world of printmaking will feature giants in modern and contemporary art, along with talented artists from all over the world. Both exhibitions, the brainchildren of Sag Harbor artist and master printmaker Dan Welden, combine to create a milestone event that brings printmaking to the forefront of art.
Presented with Inspiration Plus and Dan Welden.
Image: Roy Nicholson; Toxic Garden (Sweet Pea) 7, 2013; Solarplate
NOVEMBER PROGRAM POSTPONED TO FEBRUARY.
After sharing “secrets”, Southampton Arts Center will once again present the popular Raconteurs Storytelling Evening, this time with the theme of “Lies” in February 2020. Each participant will tell a true story about a lie they told our were somehow part of. These short and sweet tales are sure to make you laugh and cry.
November Raconteurs include Bill Goldstein, Carolann diPirro, Ryan Roth, Ava Locks and SAC Artistic Director Amy Kirwin
Sponsored by Patricia A. Sanders.
Come experience and enjoy a soothing, deeply relaxing, immersive Sound Meditation with Daniel Lauter, using hand selected exquisite crystal bowls and gongs, Tibetan and Himalayan bells, rain sticks, and more.
Wellness @SAC has been made possible thanks to the generosity of the Michael and Annie Falk Foundation.
Get your groove on and make sure to bring your dancing shoes for another great night of music with our resident DJ Mister Lama who will be spinning your favorite dance hits from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s!
Saturday Night Stomp is sponsored by HSBC Bank USA, N.A.
Presented with Members of the Shinnecock Nation in Celebration of Native American Heritage
Personal and crucial, The Blessing follows a Navajo coal miner raising his secretive daughter as a single father, struggling with his part in the irreversible destruction of their sacred mountain at the hands of America’s largest coal producer. Directors Jordan Fein and Hunter Baker and Producer Laura Ball will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
Join us for a Shinnecock Artisans Market before and after the film as well as our annual Community Harvest Pot-Luck Dinner. Bring your favorite seasonal dish!
This popular 4-session workshop will explore how to expand your range and expression, sing with more freedom, gain better breath control, and learn how to take care of your voice. You will learn effective vocal warm-ups and ways to address performance anxiety.
Starring Valerie diLorenzo, Julienne Boone, Sue Conklin, Kelly Crowley, Justinn Harris, and special guest Amy Kirwin with Musical Direction by Christine Caderette.
Join us over Thanksgiving weekend to get in into the spirit of the holidays with your favorite seasonal tunes! And make sure to stick around after the performances for a special visit from Santa Claus. Kids and adults, get ready to tell him what you want this holiday season!
Sponsored, in part, by People’s United Bank.
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” the first Sunday of the month in 2019! Reservations are not required – just come and play!
All ages & skill levels encouraged. Chess boards & pieces provided.
Join us as we continue our new piano bar series with all of your favorite Broadway tunes and a new accompanist/host-in-residence, Jim Merillat. Come sing along with the seasoned NYC piano bar veteran and don’t hesitate to make requests…he plays them all!
The first Friday of the month SAC will once again transform into an East End version of your favorite NYC piano bar – Marie’s Crisis, Don’t Tell Mama’s, The Duplex, Brandy’s. Whether you are a singer or just a lover of musicals, you won’t want to miss these enjoyable evenings of song and socializing! Admission includes wine and other refreshments.
In 2016, USA Gymnastics was rocked by the shocking revelation that national team doctor Larry Nassar had been abusing young athletes for decades. At The Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal reveals a dangerous system that prioritized winning over everything else, including protecting young female athletes. A New York Times reviewer said the film is a “chilling reminder that real predators rarely look and act like movie monsters.” A review in Esquire dubbed the film, “One of the 15 best HBO documentaries of all time.”