The Hamptons May Be Best-known as a Seaside Retreat, but It Has Plenty to Offer Art Lovers as Well. From Student Art Festivals to Professional Exhibitions, Here Are Some of the Top Hamptons Art Events to Look Forward to This Spring.
Student Art Festival: Made by Water
From January 18th to February 9th, the Guild Hall Student Art Festival will showcase the imaginative artworks of students on the East End of Long Island. This year’s collection will center around the theme Made by Water. Kindergarteners through high school seniors from Bridgehampton to Montauk will have the chance to present their renditions of the ocean, waterways, rain, and more. The opening reception kicks off on January 25th with an action-packed day of family workshops, film screenings, and performances.
Carly Haffner: in the Woods
On January 4th at Guild Hall in East Hampton, artist will present a selection of folk-art-inspired landscape paintings. Depicting the woods with minimal lines and subtle color choices, these paintings reveal a lesser-known side of the Hamptons: from homes in the woods to vintage airstreams to yards dotted with old cars. Since moving to East Hampton 36 years ago, Haffner has painted scenes that serve as a commentary on life in the coastal enclave.
Amagansett Fine Arts Festival
On June 27th and 28th, the will take place at East Hampton American Legion Post 419. This festival will showcase the work of cutting-edge artists across mediums such as sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, and mixed media. Attendees will be able to meet the artists and get an up-close-and-personal look at their craft.
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