Outdoor Sculpture at the Parrish Art Museum
Free to the public – Open daily 11a-5p
Enjoy a self-guided stroll through the Museum’s Meadow, now featuring work by 10 international, multi-generational artists working in a variety of genres.
This is the Museum’s inaugural outdoor sculpture exhibition, created to extend the galleries outdoors and activate the Museum’s meadows with work that engages and responds to the Parrish’s architecture and landscape.
FIELD OF DREAMS WALKING TOUR WITH PARRISH DOCENTS
Join Parrish docents in a socially distanced walking tour through the Field of Dreams and meet the 2020 Parrish Road Show artist Scott Bluedorn, who will be onsite to give tours of his work. Space is limited, advance registration required. Masks are required to be worn throughout the tour.
Parrish docents will guide guests through the inaugural sculpture exhibition that features a new installation created for the Museum by interdisciplinary artist Theaster Gates, a suite of four new sculptures by Jaume Plensa, and new works by Parrish collection artist Jim Dine. In addition, participants will get the opportunity to meet and chat with Scott Bluedorn, who created the Bonac Blind, a floating, mostly handmade dwelling constructed from a repurposed duck blind structure that is now on view in the Entry Meadow. This event is rain, snow, or shine. Comfortable walking shoes and warm clothing is recommended.
TALK: ANDRÁS SZÁNTÓ AND CORINNE ERNI ON “THE FUTURE OF THE MUSEUM”
Join Senior Curator Corinne Erni and museum strategist and author András Szántó in a live-stream conversation as they discuss his new book, The Future of the Museum: 28 Dialogues.
How do museums adapt to new realities around the world today? What are some of the most exciting approaches? As museums worldwide shuttered in 2020 because of the coronavirus, Szántó conducted a series of interviews with an international group of museum leaders. In a moment when economic, political, and cultural shifts are signaling the start of a new era, the directors speak candidly about the historical limitations and untapped potential of art museums. Each of the 28 conversations in the book explores a particular topic of relevance to art institutions today and tomorrow. What emerges from the in-depth conversations is a composite portrait of a generation of museum leaders working to make institutions more open, democratic, inclusive, experimental and experiential, technologically savvy, culturally polyphonic, attuned to the needs of their visitors and communities, and concerned with addressing the defining issues of the societies around them. The dialogues offer glimpses of how museums around the globe are undergoing an accelerated phase of reappraisal and reinvention.
To purchase the book, please email email@example.com
About András Szántó
Szántó advises museums, foundations, educational institutions, and leading brands on cultural strategy. His writings on the art world and art market have appeared in The New York Times, Artforum, The Art Newspaper, and many international publications. He has directed the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University and has overseen the Global Museum Leaders Colloquium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He is based in New York and Brookhaven Hamlet, Long Island.
TALK: TOMASHI JACKSON, MINERVA PEREZ, CORINNE ERNI
Join a live-stream talk featuring Tomashi Jackson, the Museum’s 2021 Platform artist, and Minerva Perez, Executive Director of OLA, moderated by Corinne Erni, Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects as they focus on the historical and current lived experiences of Latin American communities on the East End.
Tomashi Jackson’s Platform exhibition, The Land Claim, will take place at the Parrish in the summer of 2021 with new paintings and site-specific installations. The new work focuses on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx families on the East End of Long Island, linked through issues of housing, transportation, livelihood migration, and agriculture. For her research, Jackson has interviewed community leaders, historians, and archivists.
Saint Patrick’s day may be over but there is still plenty of gold at Cousins Paintball. Come join Cousins Paintball for the Pot of Gold games.
Fun formats and prizes all day long.
Plus…. special sales and savings on soooooooo many cool things.
Come out on an experience a game you will fall in LOVE with.
Open Play special game formats with prizes plus…. everyone goes home with a box of chocolate… That’s just our way of saying Cousins is sweeeeeet!
Enjoy a Valentine’s Day Scavenger hunt, by “looking for love” in Southampton! All throughout Main Street in Southampton Village there will be red hearts that need to be sought out. Grab a friend or a partner and embark on a journey of love! The Scavenger Hunt will begin at 11:00 am at the Southampton Inn, for a one-day event on February 13. First prize and a gift for those who return a completed list. This event is hosted by the Southampton Inn and the Southampton History Museum. RSVP with Southampton Inn, 631.283.6500.
With Melissa Haupt. This winter break camp is a one-week camp over our February President’s Week holiday. Campers will be introduced to a broad range of artistic and creative experiences through a camp-wide theme. In this imaginative winter arts program campers will immerse themselves in art, theater, music, and dance while being inspired by this winter’s theme:Winter and the books that brought this beautiful season to life. A look through award winning children’s literature.
Each day at camp includes the visual arts (painting, drawing, sculpting, and craft activities), with a splash of music (singing, dancing, and exploring different instruments), and theater (stories, puppetry, role playing, and other dramatic activities). The East End Arts School offers a home-like setting with comfortable large ventilated studio and fenced-in, park-like grounds for outdoor play – yes they will play outside in the cold. Keeping the group small will enable our staff to provide a safe and socially distanced atmosphere for a supportive camp experience with a ton of personal attention.
February 15 – 19, 2021 Full Day: 9:30am to 3:00pm Lunch: (bring your own) 12:00 to 12:30 Half Day: 12:30pm to 3:00pm – AM only
Member – Full Day/Full Week $349.00 Member – Daily (if room allows) $75.00 Non-member – Full Day/Full Week $399.00. Non-Member Daily (if room allows) $80.00
Member Half Day/Full Week $175.00
Member – Daily (if room allows) $40.00
Non-member – Half Day/Full Week $199.00
Non-member- Daily (if room allows) $45.00
Maximum 10 campers daily.
TO RSVP – Contact Trail leader Dai Dayton, 631-745-0689
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Southampton Trails Preservation Society. We’ll meet at Elliston Park off Millstone Brook Road in Southampton. Enjoy a moderately paced 3 mile hike with views of Big Fresh Pond and Wolf Swamp. We’ll visit the historic cemetery which is part of this park and hear the story of Emma Rose Elliston who was born on a whaling ship off Hawaii. All hikers will keep an appropriate social distance with facemasks are required.
This event is co-sponsored by the Southampton History Museum, Southampton Inn and the Southampton Trails Preservation Society.