Student Arts Festival
Read “Art Education, In All Its Glory, On View At Guild Hall” and “Confessions of a Student Film Judge” by Marion Weiss, The Southampton Press
Now in its 23rd year, the Student Arts Festival celebrates the young artists of our region and salutes their devoted art instructors, school administrators, and families who nurture their creative pursuits. Each year, schools from Bridgehampton to Montauk participate in our two inspiring student exhibitions. The museum features more than 3,500 works of student art that cover the gallery walls floor to ceiling salon-style. Part I of the exhibition features the works of students in pre-school, elementary and middle schools, and Part II features the work of our talented high school students.
Saturday, March 7, 2015-Sunday, April 19, 2015
Student Arts Festival Part II, Grades 9-12
Museum Hours: Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays 11am-5pm; Sundays 12-5pm
The Student Arts Festival is generously underwritten by
On view through April 12, 2015
Arlene Slavin Intersections
New York-based artist Arlene Slavin has created more than 30 public sculptures. She received her BFA at Cooper Union and MFA at Pratt institute and has exhibited with Alexander Milliken, Brooke Alexander, and the Fischbach Galleries. She’s had 21 solo exhibitions and 80 group shows, including the Whitney Biennial in 1976. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harvard’s Fogg Art Museum, Chase Manhattan Bank, and Prudential Life Insurance. On view in the sculpture garden are Slavin’s new interwoven translucent colored garden sculptures, sited to produce shadow images that continually change as the sun moves.
Roy and Frieda Furman Sculpture Garden. Museum hours: Mon, Fri, & Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm.
All Museum programming is made possible in part though the generosity of Crozier Fine Arts, The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, the Helen Hoie Fund, The Lorenzo and Mary Woodhouse Trust, Melville Straus Family Endowment Fund, and with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts and Suffolk County.