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07:45 pm, Sunday Jul 26

SUNDAY DOCS OUTDOORS: Free Screening of KILLER BEES

Legendary coach, Carl Johnson, leads four seniors and one freshman phenom as the Killer Bees set out to defend their New York State title. Beside Coach Johnson on the bench is world renowned artist, Joe Zucker. Behind them in the stands community leaders fight to keep the school open and preserve a place for the black population in the Hamptons.

Film programming at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens.

Attendees are required to wear masks and follow established social distancing guidelines.

04:30 pm, Thursday Jul 30

KIDS OUTDOOR PUPPET SHOW: The Princess, the Frog & the Pea

with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre

30 minutes, ages 3-8, tabletop puppets

Combining three well-loved stories, The Princess, the Frog & the Pea delights audiences. A princess, a witch, an un-enchanted frog, a hoot owl and a neurotic pea are the stars of this mixed-up tale.

Bring your chairs, blankets and don’t forget to wear face masks and follow established social distancing guidelines.

08:30 pm, Friday Jul 31

Friday Features: Outdoor Screening of BlacKKKlansman

Presented with Hamptons International Film Festival

Ron Stallworth is the first African-American detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Determined to make a name for himself, Stallworth bravely sets out on a dangerous mission: infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan. The detective soon recruits a more seasoned colleague, Flip Zimmerman, into the undercover investigation of a lifetime. Together, they team up to take down the extremist hate group as the organization aims to sanitize its rhetoric to appeal to the mainstream.

Film programming at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens.

Attendees are required to wear masks and follow established social distancing guidelines.

08:00 pm, Sunday Aug 02

SUNDAY DOCS OUTDOORS: One Ocean Film Tour

One Ocean Film Tour is a world-class experience featuring six ocean-loving films focused on adventure, the aquatic environment and films that draw inspiration. With a vision to protect our oceans, to share the films made by people who have dedicated their lives to the ocean and all her glory, One Ocean Film Tour is a spectacular visual journey in itself. Join us! Immerse yourself in the almighty power of the ocean!

One Ocean Film Tour at SAC is sponsored by Elyn and Jeff Kronemeyer. Film programming at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens. Promotional Partners include Surfrider Foundation Eastern Long Island, East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue, and Southampton Village Ocean Rescue.

Attendees are required to wear masks and follow established social distancing guidelines.

04:30 pm, Thursday Aug 06

KIDS OUTDOOR CONCERT: Elena Moon Park

Multi-Cultural Music

Bring your chairs, blankets and dancing shoes.

Join us for another Thursday afternoon kids & family programs on the west lawn with a concert Elena Moon Park, a musician and educator living in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Oak Ridge, TN, she studied anthropology and ethnomusicology at Northwestern University and completed her M.A. in Urban Policy from The New School in New York.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 What to Expect: There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks (except when eating), and to place themselves 6 feet apart from other attendees in order to enforce social distancing guidelines.

08:00 pm, Saturday Aug 08

SOLD OUT – Outdoor Screening of E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL

Presented with Hamptons International Film Festival

After a gentle alien becomes stranded on Earth, the being is discovered and befriended by a young boy named Elliott (Henry Thomas). Bringing the extraterrestrial into his suburban California house, Elliott introduces E.T., as the alien is dubbed, to his brother and his little sister, Gertie (Drew Barrymore), and the children decide to keep its existence a secret. Soon, however, E.T. falls ill, resulting in government intervention and a dire situation for both Elliott and the alien.

Film programming at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens.

THIS SCREENING IS NOW AT FULL CAPACITY AS SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE RESERVATIONS WERE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION. If you decide to come without a reservation you will have to wait until 7:55 PM to see if there are no-shows allowing for more to enter the grounds.

COVID-19 – What to Expect:  There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times (except when eating), and to place themselves at the orange markers which will be installed every 10 feet on the grounds in order to enforce social distancing guidelines.

11:00 am, Sunday Aug 09

Guinness World Record Attempt: Origami Dragon

Come join us as two Origami artists attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the largest Origami dragon.

On Sunday, August 9th starting 11 am onwards in the theater, you can talk to the artists Shrikant Iyer and Paul Frasco and after 12 PM you can get your picture taken with the completed dragon, folded out of 24 x 24 square feet of paper, once it has been installed.

07:30 pm, Sunday Aug 09

SUNDAY DOCS OUTDOORS: World Lion & World Elephant Day Short Films

ONLINE SALES NOW CLOSED. A few spaces still remain, first come first served in person.

Presented with Empowers Africa

We are thrilled to co-present another night of Lion and Elephant documentary shorts with Empowers Africa. This years selections include two lion films and three elephant films plus interviews with the filmmakers and wildlife experts. New this year, our Sunday documentaries will be shown outdoors on the West lawn, so bring your own chairs and blankets.

Media Partner: The Purist

Film programming at SAC is sponsored by Brown Harris Stevens.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE RESERVATION STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 – What to Expect:  There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times (except when eating), and to place themselves at the orange markers which will be installed every 10 feet on the grounds in order to enforce social distancing guidelines.

04:30 pm, Thursday Aug 13

KIDS OUTDOOR PUPPET SHOW: The Doubtful Sprout

with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre

30 minutes, ages 3-8, a variety of puppetry styles

Get ready to explore the world under your feet in this underground puppet adventure. Tunnel down with Worm and Sprout as they discover the mysterious life found inside soil. Along the way, kids help figure out the secrets that help Sprout grow. Award-winning puppeteer, Liz Joyce, brings this ecological wonderland to life with multiple puppetry styles, projections and song.

The Doubtful Sprout was funded in part by a Family Grant from The Jim Henson Foundation.

Bring your chairs and blankets.

SPACE IS LIMITED DUE TO NEW YORK STATE GATHERING GUIDELINES. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO GUARANTEE ADMISSION.

COVID-19 – What to Expect:  There will be no restrooms available for use during outdoor programs. Attendees are required to wear masks at all times and to space themselves at least 6 feet apart from other guests.

06:00 pm, Thursday Aug 13

2020 Vision ZOOM Panel Discussion

No matter where you are in the world, join us on ZOOM for a 2020 Vision panel discussion moderated by the exhibition curators, New York Academy of Art President David Kratz and Director of the Flag Art Foundation Stephanie Roach. The panel includes artists Eric Fischl, Lujan Perez, Rachel Lee Hovnanian, and Chris Wilson.