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Open Studio - Monotype Printmaking
Tuesday, May 30th | 2:00 - 6:00pm
SOLD OUT
Led by Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin

Join us at The Church for our two upcoming sessions of Open Studio-Monotype Printmaking. Led by local printmakers Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin, this series of recurring workshops provides an open exploration of techniques unique to monotype printmaking, and the exciting possibilities of this richly rewarding image-making process. The operation of the press itself will be handled by facilitators. Participants will be free to engage, learn, experiment, and create with materials and methods offered on the studio floor of the historic building of The Church. Each participant will go home with unique prints of their own creation.

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Open Studio - Monotype Printmaking
ADVANCED SESSION
Friday, June 2nd | 2:00 – 6:00pm
Tickets: $200
Led by Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin

New sessions of Open Studio – Monotype Printmaking are here! In response to increased popularity and demand, we are excited to announce that there are now 2 different levels for the program: INTRO and ADVANCED. This is an ADVANCED session for participants who have taken attended a minimum of TWO Open Studio – Monotype Printmaking sessions at The Church.

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Summer Dinner Theater
Saturday, June 10th | 7 pm - 10 pm
TICKETS:
Main Floor $600
Mezzanine $400
with Candace Bushnell

Our iconic building will be transformed for one night only into a dazzling dinner theater-style experience, featuring the fabulous Candace Bushnell in Is There Still Sex In The City?

In her new one-woman show, New York icon Candace Bushnell (author of SEX AND THE CITY and the OG Carrie Bradshaw), shares her remarkable philosophy through stories of fashion, literature, sex, and New York City while pouring cosmos in Manolos. This will be the first-ever staging in Bushnell’s new hometown, Sag Harbor. IS THERE STILL SEX IN THE CITY? has received rave reviews from The New York Times and The New Yorker, and follows a successful run at Café Carlyle in New York. The evening will start with cocktails and a first course, followed by dinner and remarks promptly at 8 PM. Catering by Annie Washburn/ East Hampton Kitchen. Drinks courtesy Kidd Squid Brewery and Wolffer Vineyards.

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Insight Sunday
Sunday, June 25th | 10:30 AM
TICKETS
Members: Free, RSVP Required
Non-Members: $10
with Stephen Laub

Insight Sunday returns with multidisciplinary artist Stephen Laub. Originally from California, Laub moved to New York City in 1977, where his performances and videos were presented at venues such as 112 Greene Street, The Kitchen, and MoMA, and his sculptural work was represented by the Elan Wingate Gallery. He taught at Tyler School of Art and then in the Art Department at Rutgers University, Newark, retiring in 2018.

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Open Studio - Monotype Printmaking
INTRO SESSION
Tuesday, June 27th | 2:00 – 6:00pm
Tickets: $200
Led by Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin

Led by local printmakers Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin, this series of recurring workshops provides an open exploration of techniques unique to monotype printmaking, and the exciting possibilities of this richly rewarding image-making process. The operation of the press itself will be handled by facilitators. Participants will be free to engage, learn, experiment, and create with materials and methods offered on the studio floor of the historic building of The Church. Each participant will go home with unique prints of their own creation!

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Hamptons Jazz Fest
Thursday, June 29th | 5:30 PM - 8 PM
Social Hour: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Concert: 6:30 PM - 8 PM
TICKETS
Members: $35
Non-Members: $40
Student/Young Patron (18 and under): $15
Purchase of ticket includes one complimentary drink
2023 Season Launch

It must be summer because Hamptons Jazz Fest is launching its 2023 season at The Church! Hamptons Jazz Fest, produced by The Jam Session Inc., is a series of performances that bring together world-class musicians in the fields of jazz, Latin, and world music to the East End of Long Island. Kicking off the season on June 29th is vocalist Nicole Zuraitis accompanied by GRAMMY-nominated Israeli drummer and composer Dan Pugach, and his award-winning nine-piece ensemble (nonet). The nonet’s compositions are conceived for six horns and a trio rhythm section. To kick off the season, this concert will include festive food and drink available for purchase at the event.

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Artist Talk with Nani Chacon
Friday, June 30th | 6 PM
TICKETS
Members/Shinnecock Tribal Members: Free, RSVP Required
Non-Members: $10
Presented by Ma's House and Hosted at The Church


We are honored to host Ma’s House for an Artist Talk with visual artist Nani Chacon, moderated by Shinnecock artist, Founder of Ma’s House, and The Church Board Member, Jeremy Dennis. Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc. is a communal art space and artists’ residency for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) located on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation. Chacon will share a presentation of her work, followed by a dialogue with Dennis, including a discussion about their collaboration currently on view at MOMA PS1.

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Lecture
Saturday, July 1st | 4 PM
TICKETS
Members: $10
Non-Members: $20
With Robert Lipsyte

Let’s get ready to RUMBLE! American sports journalist and former Sports and City columnist for The New York Times, Robert Lipsyte, will be in conversation with Chief Curator Sara Cochran to discuss the sport (and art) of boxing. Having covered boxing for the NYT during the Muhammad Ali era, Lipstye comes prepped with an impressive perspective and knowledge on boxing. Lipstye was a finalist for the 1992 Pulitzer Prize in Commentary and author of the YA best-selling boxing novel, “The Contender.” Lipsyte is sure to bring stimulating and dynamic insights into the brutal yet beautiful world of boxing. This talk is part of the exciting programs that further explore this Summers 2023 exhibition, Strike Fast, Dance Lightly: Artists on Boxing, in collaboration with the FLAG Art Foundation.

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Knowledge Friday
Friday, July 7th | 6 PM
TICKETS
Member: Free, RSVP required
Non-Member: $10
with Mary Jane Marcasiano

Mary Jane Marcasiano kicks off our first Knowledge Friday of the summer! Marcasiano’s creative career spans over 40 years; from 80's Soho fashion designer to today’s collaborations with performing artists. A known style icon, Marcasiano is a community mainstay due to her work in costume design, fashion, and textiles as well as her interest in culture and institutional change. Marcasiano will discuss the process of being a designer and using her “cultural antennae” to stay relevant, and how the process of reinvention continues to invigorate her life and her creativity.

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Open Studio - Monotype Printmaking
ADVANCED SESSION
Wednesday, July 19th | 2:00 – 6:00pm
Tickets: $200
Led by Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin

New sessions of Open Studio – Monotype Printmaking are here! In response to increased popularity and demand, we are excited to announce that there are now 2 different levels for the program: INTRO and ADVANCED. This is an ADVANCED session for participants who have taken attended a minimum of TWO Open Studio – Monotype Printmaking sessions at The Church.

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Open Studio - Monotype Printmaking
INTRO SESSION
Tuesday, July 25th | 2:00 – 6:00pm
Tickets: $200
Led by Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin

Led by local printmakers Samuel Havens and Susan Bachemin, this series of recurring workshops provides an open exploration of techniques unique to monotype printmaking, and the exciting possibilities of this richly rewarding image-making process. The operation of the press itself will be handled by facilitators. Participants will be free to engage, learn, experiment, and create with materials and methods offered on the studio floor of the historic building of The Church. Each participant will go home with unique prints of their own creation!

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Music of India
Sunday, August 20th | 2 PM
TICKETS:
$15 for Students/Youth
$35 for Adults
"Journey into Tabla"

“Journey into Tabla” and explore the rhythmic sounds of India in this introductory drumming workshop! Led by East Hampton based teacher and musician Sejal Kukadia, participants will be guided through the practice and technique of tabla. Often referred to as the most expressive drum in the world, the tabla is a beautiful, versatile, and time-honored classical instrument that has become increasingly popular worldwide. One of the most valued tools to maintain inner balance, practicing tabla is the perfect activity for all ages!

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