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Out for an art-filled weekend in the Hamptons? Here are just three can’t-miss shows to check out:
Guild Hall’s 80th Annual Artist Members Exhibition—the oldest non-juried museum exhibition on Long Island and one of the few non-juried exhibitions still offered—opens Saturday, April 14 and runs through Saturday, May 19. This community-centered exhibition is an opportunity to celebrate the artists who live and work right here on the East End. In total, this year’s lively and vibrant exhibition features 383 local artists from every level, exhibiting more than 400 works in every medium.
Prizes will be awarded in several categories at the Opening Night Reception on Saturday, April 14 from 5–7 p.m., which is open to Guild Hall members. The prizes include Top Honors, Best Abstract, Best Representational, Best Photograph, and Best Work on Paper, Best Mixed Media, Theo Hios Landscape Award, and Honorable Mentions. The winner of the Top Honor award will receive a one-person exhibition in the Spiga Gallery. This year’s guest juror is Connie H. Choi, Associate Curator of the Permanent Collection at The Studio Museum in Harlem…
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The annual Guild Hall Artist Members exhibition will celebrate its 80th anniversary when it opens on Saturday with a reception for members from 5 to 7 p.m. To mark the occasion, the museum has invited all past top honors winners for a champagne toast before the opening.
The oldest non-juried exhibition on Long Island and one of the few such shows still offered, the members show typically features works in every medium by more than 400 artists. The winner of top honors receives a solo show at Guild Hall.
Other awards include best abstract, best representational, best photograph, best work on paper, best mixed media, the Theo Hios Landscape Award, and honorable mentions.
The juror for this year’s exhibition is Connie H. Choi, who is the associate curator of the permanent collection at the Studio Museum in Harlem, where she is currently organizing a major traveling exhibition drawn from the museum’s holdings. Prior to joining the Studio Museum, Ms. Choi, who is a doctoral candidate in art history at Columbia University, was assistant curator of American art at the Brooklyn Museum.
The exhibition will remain on view through May 19.