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VENUES

Southampton Arts Center

Southampton Arts Center located at 25 Jobs Lane in the heart of Southampton Village is committed to community building through the arts. Welcoming, connecting, and collaborating with the diverse members of New York’s East End community and beyond, the SAC presents and produces inspiring, inclusive, socially, and regionally relevant programs across all disciplines.

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East Hampton LTV

East Hampton LTV, located in Wainscott, New York, provides a free speech television and media platform to share all manner of public discourse, education, and creative expression within the East End community and the world at large. East Hampton LTV has for years assisted members of the community in creating and hosting their own diverse shows. It also produces programs of its own, including the live music program East End Underground, which it hosts in its own large state-of-the-art studio space/ theater.

Parrish Art Museum

Founded in 1888 within one of the most concentrated creative communities in the United States, the Parrish Art Museum has been a vital cultural presence on the East End of Long Island. For more than a century, the Museum has endured and expanded—from a single exhibition hall in Southampton Village built by Samuel Longstreth Parrish to showcase his collection, to its relocation in 2012 to a light-filled, purpose-built facility in Water Mill, New York

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The Church in Sag Harbor

The Church is an artist residency, exhibition space, creativity center, and exquisite destination located at 48 Madison Street In Sag Harbor, New York. Rescued from a former Methodist Church, The mission of The Church is to foster creativity on the East End and to honor the living history of Sag Harbor as a “maker” Village. The Church champions new and traditional technologies through collaboration, education, and outreach.

Bay Street Theater

Founded in 1888 within one of the most concentrated creative communities in the United States, the Parrish Art Museum has been a vital cultural presence on the East End of Long Island. For more than a century, the Museum has endured and expanded—from a single exhibition hall in Southampton Village built by Samuel Longstreth Parrish to showcase his collection, to its relocation in 2012 to a light-filled, purpose-built facility in Water Mill, New York

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Guild Hall

Guild Hall presents more than 200 programs and hosts 60,000 visitors each year. The Museum mounts eight to ten exhibitions, ranging from the historical to the contemporary, and focuses on artists who have an affiliation with the Hamptons. The Theater produces more than 100 programs―including plays, concerts, dance, screenings, simulcasts, and literary readings―from the classics to new works. In addition to these endeavors, Guild Hall supports the next generation of artists with in-school and on-site Learning + New Works programs.
 

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Additional Venues & Collaborators

  • Sag Harbor American Music Festival

  • Amagansett Square – Amagansett

  • Gosman’s Dock – Montauk

  • Hampton Library – Bridgehampton

  • John Jermain Library – Sag Harbor

  • Bay Street Theater - Sag Harbor

  • Guild Hall - East Hampton

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Partnerships & Friends

Parrish Art Museum

 

Long Island Arts Alliance


Southampton Arts Center

The Church

Sag Harbor Partnership

OLA

 

MonkMusic Studios

East End Arts Council

Guild Hall

 

LTV Media Center

Sun20TV

WLNG

WLIW/WNET

Bridgehampton Childcare Center

Southampton Town

Jazz at Lincoln Center

 

Tapovana Lunch Box

 

Masonic Temple in Sag Harbor

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