Programing for the whole family at Southampton Arts Center this week, including a special musical event outdoors in partnership with WLIW-FM
September 5, 2023: Southampton Arts Center is delighted to be partnering with WLIW-FM on Friday, September 8 for an evening of music composed and performed by local talent. Join Southampton Arts Center at this special evening outdoors in partnership with WLIW-FM, where musicians write, compose, and perform their own musical material, including lyrics and melodies. Hosted By Gianna Volpe and Marina DeLuca. The event is free. Kindly bring a blanket and/or chair. Hosted by Gianna Volpe and Marina DeLuca.
The current exhibition, CHANGE AGENTS: WOMEN COLLECTORS SHAPING THE ART WORLD is on view through September 30.
Other happening this week at SAC are listed below as well as some upcoming films for September.
Saturday, Sep 9 @ 9 AM
Come to the SAC grounds and be a part of a spectacular event. There will be networking, vendors, fashion, music, food, and more.
Saturday, Sep 9 @7 PM
Join us for an evening of jazz! Southampton Arts Center and Hamptons Jazz Fest will present Conrad Herwig Latin Side of Mingus. The concert will take place on our West Lawn, weather permitting. Kindly bring a blanket and/or chair. In case of rain, the event will be held inside our theatre.
Sunday, Sep 10 @ 4 PM
Another Body is a 2023 American documentary film, directed, written, and produced by Sophie Compton and Reubyn Hamlyn. It follows a college student who seeks justice after finding deepfake pornography of herself online.
Friday, Sep 15 @ 5 PM
Surfrider Foundation – Eastern Long Island’s 21st annual Surf Movie Night fundraiser will return to the Southampton Arts Center. The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves, and beaches for all people through a powerful activist network. This event will be held outdoors, kindly bring a blanket and/or chair. Rain date Sunday, September 17.
Friday, Sep 22 @ 7 PM
Commissioned by Baryshnikov Arts Center, Kolonial is the final product of a three-year research project between installation artist Conrad Quesen and Stefanie Batten Bland. An installation-based dance cinematic work, Kolonial is centered inside performative transparent spaces – cages that reveal colonial foundations and mythology.