While our physical building is closed to the public we’re continuing our mission to provide the arts, education, and culture to the East End and beyond. See below for a growing list of offerings.
Programs to be enjoyed anywhere and anytime.
Virtual Art Salon with Casey Dalene
Join Guild Hall Curatorial Assistant, Casey Dalene as she engages with Artist to explore creativity, hope, and inspiration.
Al Hirschfeld, Behind The Lines: A Visual Visit of the Hirschfeld Century
Join David Leopold as he you on a tour of the Hirschfeld Century, an 82-year era in which Al Hirschfeld both recorded and defined so much of popular culture, especially through his drawings of productions on Broadway and in Hollywood.
LIVE from Guild Hall
A look back at some of the greatest moments in our history of arts and education.
Discover works from our Museum’s Permanent Collection on view anytime, anywhere.
We invite viewers into the studios of our closest artist friends for a weekly Art Break. Using simple materials found at home, learners of all ages explore new ways of bringing creativity into their day by virtually visiting and creating with an East End artist.
Stirring the Pot at Home
Florence Fabricant brings us Stirring the Pot at Home – weekly, easy to prepare recipes using pantry staples and simple items from local markets.
Palette to Palate
Home chefs of all ages and experience levels can craft recipes from our iconic 1978 cookbook with beloved contributions from local artists.
The MONSTER LIST of FREE Arts & Cultural Resources
We want to make it easier for you to find arts and cultural resources from the artists and places we love in a single aggregate list. In this MONSTER list you will find creative resources for artists, families, children, and adults.
If you have the ability to donate at any level, we will receive your support with open arms and gratitude! Now more than ever, we need the arts to help us through this unreal moment and emerge on the other side as a community.