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“Picturing Activism” hosted by The Robert Giard Foundation

A panel discussion in celebration of a new exhibition of Robert Giard’s portraits of LGBTQ+ writers, featuring Lola Flash, Carlos Sandoval and Katheryn Szoka & facilitated by Rabbi Jan Uhrbach.

Sunday 9/8/19

5-7 PM at The East Hampton Library

159 Main St East Hampton NY

to register call (631) 324-0222 ext.3 or register at The Adult Reference Desk or by clicking the Eventbrite link below
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The Robert Giard Foundation was formed in 2002 to preserve Giard’s photographic legacy of some 600 portraits of notable LGBT authors and to support emerging and mid-career artists dealing with LGBT issues and issues of gender and human sexuality.

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Q/A w/ artist Strong-Cuevas, facilitated by Christina Strassfied

Join us for a Q/A with artist Strong-Cuevas, facilitated by Christina Mossaides Strassfield. Museum Director and Chief Curator of Guild Hall Museum.”Artist Strong-Cuevas says her work “expresses thoughts about universal consciousness, space and time, and inner mediation.” Known for her sculptures made from bronze, stainless steel, and aluminum, Strong-Cuevas’s art often portrays the human head and plays with scale. Her drawings are no different. They express the same themes, but are rarely used as a diagram for her sculptures.” (Abrams Publishers)Christina Mossaides Strassfield is the Museum Director and Chief Curator of Guild Hall Museum in East Hampton, New York. Christina’s cv of exhibition credits reads like a Who’s Who in American Art with internationally recognized artists from Chuck Close and Eric Fischl to Cindy Sherman and Roy Lichtenstein. With her unique cultural style that is inclusive and broad minded while maintaining the highest level of artistic integrity, she has also championed the works of lesser known artists.

SAT SEPT 7th at The East Hampton Library

3-4:30 PM

call (631) 324-0222 ext.3 to register, or register at Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/qa-with-artist-strong-cuevas-facilitated-by-christina-mossaides-strassfield-museum-director-chief-tickets-65814618295

Cezanne Portraits: A Conversation

Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome Mary Lewis and a discussion of the book Cezanne Portraits. The book relates to an exhibition entitled “Cezanne Portraits” which will be at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC until July 8th.
Following the discussion will be a book signing and light refreshments.

Fri, August 24, 2018

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cezanne-portraits-a-conversation-tickets-47388020846?aff=ehomecard

Q/A:Strong-Cuevas “Drawings: Ideas on Paper” led by noted author Jeffrey Sussman

Join us Saturday May 19th at 2 PM for a Q/A with Strong Cuevas, led by noted author Jeffrey Sussman, author of the recently book “Rocky Graziano: Fists, Fame, Fortune”

Published by Abrams books, “Strong Cuevas Drawings: Ideas on Paper” is a lavishly illustrated book of drawings by the celebrated sculptor Strong-Cuevas. The book contains 190 color and black-and-white drawings, spanning a period of 40 years. All the drawings have been thematically arranged and explore recurring themes of Strong-Cuevas’ art, regardless of medium. The book features a foreword by noted art critic, Jan Garden Castro, who has written extensively about Georgia O’Keeffe, Louise Bourgeois, Maya Linn, and numerous others.

Strong-Cuevas says that her work expresses thoughts about universal consciousness, space and time, and inner mediation. Known for her sculptures made from bronze, stainless steel, and aluminum, Strong-Cuevas’ art often portrays the human head and plays with scale. Her drawings are no different, for they express the same themes, but are rarely used as diagrams for her sculpture.

Works by Strong-Cuevas are in major museums and many private collections. Her previous book, also published by Abrams, was a critically acclaimed book of her sculpture, entitled STRONG-CUEVAS SCULPTURE: Premonitions in Retrospect.

register at the Eventbrite link below, or the Adult Reference Desk, or by calling (631) 324-0222 ext.3
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Jazz: The First American Art Form

Join Professor Craig Boyd, a recipient of the prestigious  New York State Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities, as he examines Jazz Music from its conception to the present.  Craig will piece together major events in African, European and American sociopolitical history that spawned the seeds of this unique American art form.
Through the study of rhythm developments, important historical dates, social and political trends, instrumentation, improvisational techniques, listening analysis of musical forms and genres, attendees will enhance their knowledge, understanding and develop an enriched appreciation for this  first American Art Form.

Sat Feb 20th 2 PM

To Register: Call (631) 324-0222 Ext. 3, Stop by the Adult Reference Desk OR Visit the Eventbrite link below:
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Film Screening “Paper Moon,” @ East Hampton Library 10/21

Join us for a screening of the 1973 Academy Award Winning classic “Paper Moon,” directed by Peter Bogdonovich, starring Ryan O’Neal and Tatum O’neal (Oscar)

the film will be screened 10/21 Weds from 5-7

Call (631) 324-0222 ext.3 to register, this is a Free Screening

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Color Our World: Integrating the Art and Science of Color– with Gillian Rose

Join color expert Gillian Rose for a seminar on how color affects our lives. Gillian Rose’s approach to color design seeks to create balance and harmony by understanding the   impact of color on our psyches and emotions.
Color Our World approaches color from a scientific perspective and takes into consideration that people have different responses to color based on personal histories, personalities,reflexes and cultural backgrounds.

Saturday September 26th 1-3 PM
Register at The Adult Reference Desk, or call (631) 324-0222 ext. 3

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