August 17, 2015


We have 16 participants who signed up and paid for the STUDIO TOUR. Their info is now with the webmaster who will design the map with the info .
The tour is FREE for the public
Those of you who signed up, but have been absent and still want to join , send in your payment now to : AAEH P.O. Box 2242 East Hampton NY 11937 and your info by answering to this email
Thank you.
The Studio Tour will take place on Columbus Day weekend Saturday October 10 – Sunday October 11, 2015; from 10 am to 5 pm


The cost per participating artist  is $115.


The proceeds of all sales will go to the artist.


The Saturday tour October 10, 2015 will end at the Pollock-Krasner House.

Director Helen Harrison will give an illustrated talk about the History of Artists in the Area 6-8 PM.
All Members, friends and family are invited, admission is FREE


THE 15TH ANNUAL BOX ART AUCTION to benefit the EAST END HOSPICE will take place on Saturday September 12, 2015
Auction preview September 2-3 (10-4 PM) at St. Luke’s Church in East Hampton; Preview reception, Wednesday, 5pm-7pm.
Reception, and Auction; ” Meet the Artists ” Sunday 12, 2015 at the Ross School, in Bridgehampton 739 Butter Lane ;admission $ 75
Contact info:Theresa Murphy 631-288-7080; tmurphy@eeh.org


Beth O’Donnell and Ann Brandeis are the featured artists at The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton.
Our members showing in the group show are: Barbara Bilotta – Sally Breen – June Kaplan – Kat O’Neill – Savio Mizzi – Bob Tucker – Melissa Hin – Mark Zimmerman – Daniel Schoenheimer – Bobbie Braun  
2415 Main Street Bridgehampton. Hours: TuesdaySunday 10 – 6 PM; Mondays by appointment 631-237-1481


Sarah Turnbull is one of three artist chosen for the 2015 Annual Juried Art Exhibition at the Southampton Cultural Center. August 4 – September 2015
info: 631-287-4377
On view Monday – Saturday 11-2.30 PM


EEA’s Holiday Gift Boutique in Riverhead is calling for artists and artisans to participate in the Holiday Gift Boutique.
Submit online. DEADLINE October 22, 2015
You have to be member




Christine Chew Smith is starting Collage/Assemblage classes for adults  using odd materials, scrouged,saved, created…   she is looking for spaces, although can do small classes at her home ” The Heron Studios” in Bridgehampton, 84 Hildreth Lane.   she is looking for a co-teacher ( retired or inactive )she would like to borrow or rent a slide scanner and if possible someone to help her.                             Contact Christine at : cchewsmith@gmail.com


The Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main Street, will present a series of free, hour-long conversations on Saturdays and one Sunday in September and early October focusing on the art and artists of Amagansett and Springs. Dubbed Art/History/Amagansett, the program series is organized by AAEH member ELLEN WHITE and scheduled as follows:
Saturday, September 12, 6 pm
Gossip Girls: Pollock and Krasner’s Biographers Tell All
Helen Harrison, Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center and author of “Jackson Pollock,” and historian Gail Levin, author of “Lee Krasner,” discuss the company the artists kept and their fabled life on the East End with NPR book critic Joan Baum.
Saturday, September 19, 6 pm
Championing the Emerging Artist on the East End
Sara De Luca, director of Amagansett’s Ille Arts, and artist/gallerist Eric Brown of Tibor de Nagy in New York talk with “East Hampton Star” art critic Jennifer Landes about emerging art and artists, as well as the effect of place – New York City and the East End – on art markets.
Saturday, September 26, 6 pm
The Art Barge: Evolution of an Idea
In a conversation with art adviser Elena Prohaska Glinn, Art Barge President Christopher Kohan and artists/trustees Nicole Bigar and Michael Rosch look back at the 60-year legacy of Victor d’Amico, who turned an abandoned Navy vessel into an art utopia on the East End.
Sunday, September 27, 6 pm
The Business of Art: 10 Things You Should Know
East End and New York City lawyer and collector Carol Steinberg gives artists, gallerists, and collectors her top tips on copyright, fair use, and artist-gallery relationships, with Artist Janet Jennings moderating.
Saturday, October 3
Beyond the East End: Artist John Alexander
Working from his studio on Main Street in Amagansett, renowned artist John Alexander draws inspiration from the East End and discusses his process and the effect of his work around the world.
Refreshments will be served. For reservations, which are encouraged, call 631-267-3810, email director@amaglibrary.org, or visit www.amaglibrary.org.




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