PROMISED LAND REMEMBERED

at The Amagansett Library
November 3-30, 2018

OPENING RECEPTION AND TALK
Sunday, November 4th, from 1-3 pm

Christopher Kohan, President of The VDIA, will be joined by guest speakers Rachel Gruzen, Environmental Planner, Educator, and co-organizer of the exhibition, and David Clarke, grandnephew of Gilbert P. Smith, founder of the Smith Meal Company at Promised Land. They will share history, stories, and memories of Promised Land, respectively covering aspects of the D’Amico’s connection with the fish factory, the menhaden reduction industry, and the Smith Meal Company.

*AUTUMN CRITIQUE at The Mabel and Victor D’Amico Studio and Archive

MICHAEL ROSCH | Sun., Oct 21st, 2-4 pm

GEORGE NEGROPONTE | Sat., Sept 29th, CANCELLED

SUE GUSSOW | Sun., Sept 30th, 11am-1pm

*ARTISTS SPEAK September 5th, 6 pm

PETER SPACEK

in conversation with Casey Dalene
more information under Artists Speak

*SEPTEMBER MIXER @ The Art Barge

hosted by the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce

Saturday, September 8th, 5-8pm
Join us for a night of networking: Enjoy complimentary drinks, light refreshments and live music while taking in the beautiful view and great conversation!

Admission is FREE!

*D’AMICO’S FRIENDS through 8 September, 2018
inaugural exhibit of artworks by Friends of The VDIA

*ARTISTS SPEAK August 15th, 6 pm

AUDREY FLACK

in conversation with Esperanza Leon
more information under Artists Speak

*D’AMICO’S FRIENDS 19 August-8 September, 2018
inaugural exhibit of artworks by Friends of The VDIA

Opening Reception on Sunday 19th August 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

*ARTISTS SPEAK July 25, 6 pm

Eunice Golden in conversation with Gail Levin

more information under Artists Speak

*BARGE-IN July 2–6, 1–4pm
Open house week at The Art Barge
Visit, get acquainted, take in the view, take a class, or see the exhibition

Barge-In Week kicks off with an Opening Reception on Sunday 1st July, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, for the exhibition

The Finder’s Eye | The Barge Gallery
June 30-July 28, 2018
curated by Teri Kennedy

More information about exhibitions can be found under Exhibits.

Mabel and Victor D’Amico: What is Creative Education? | The Barge Studio
As part of BARGE-IN week this special, free class with instructor and D’Amico scholar Sara Torres invites you to discover what creative education is through the key concepts that drove Mabel and Victor D’Amico’s practice. Through a series of painting, collage, and drawing experiences rediscover your greatest endowment: the power to create. See class details for registration.

 

*SPRING CRITIQUE at The Mabel and Victor D’Amico Studio and Archive

Saturday, March 24th with George Negroponte and Sunday, March 25th with Michael Rosch | 2 to 5 pm

FREE EVENT

advanced registration required

Please contact us with questions or if you encounter issues registering.