Boy oh boy is it ever busy! I say this every single week and then the next week even more things get crammed onto the ol’ calendar. To borrow from the Beastie Boys, I think there will be no sleep ’til Brooklyn, or at least until after the Allure of the East End Arts Panel I’m participating in on Sunday at Art Hamptons. Other panelists include Christina Strassfield of Guild Hall and Helen Harrison of the Pollock-Krasner House. The moderator is Pat Rogers from Hamptons Art Hub. It will be super fun but man am I ever out of my league here with these seriously heavy hitters. Thank goodness they are all so fantastic!
Of course the big art event kicks off tomorrow night, that’s Thursday, June 23, with a preview, whose proceeds will benefit LongHouse Reserve, and runs through Sunday, June 26. Need to know more? Click here for a preview article I wrote for the Sag Harbor Express.
Here are a few of the other program highlights for this year’s show.
What else is happening? What else ISN’T happening is the better question. Here are a few fun things that are of interest, including a Hinckley Experience sea trial in Sag Harbor courtesy The Hamptonite Club, Garnet Hill and Hamptons Beachouse book signing with Jefferson Hayman in Bridgehampton, a “30 Squared” art exhibit at the Water Mill Museum, “The Magic of Russia” dance extraordinaire with Barynya at the Southampton Cultural Center, “The Hamptons” book signing with Michael Clinton at the Mark Humphrey Gallery in Southampton and Todd Merrell open studio in Southampton. But wait, I’ll post more tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. Cheers until then.