Guests at the opening of Spin a Yarn at Guild Hall. Photo: Jessica Dalene Photography
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Join us for a closing celebration of our current exhibitions: Spin A Yarn, Ted Carey: Queer As Folk, and First Literature Project.

All three exhibitions will close on July 14. If you haven’t had a chance to visit, this will be a fun opportunity to meet and mingle with participating artists. You can also enjoy a glass of wine at our Louise & Howie’s Coffee Bar, where members receive a 10% discount.

Cheers to art and artists! We hope to see you there.


The exhibition First Literature Project is supported by The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. 

Guild Hall’s Community Artist-in-Residence Program and collaboration with Wunetu Wequai Tarrant, Christian Scheider, and the Padoquohan Medicine Lodge was made possible through support from CRNY’s Artist Employment Program. Creatives Rebuild New York (CRNY), a project of the Tides Center, is a three-year, $125 million investment in the financial stability of New York State artists and the organizations that employ them. 

Additional project support was provided by the Long Island Community Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and an anonymous donor. 

The formation of Ayim Kutoowonk was made possible through the Library of Congress’s Connecting Communities Digital Initiative, part of the Library’s Mellon-funded program Of the People: Widening the Path. The program provides funds to projects that offer creative approaches to the Library’s digital collections and center Black, Indigenous, Hispanic or Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander, and other communities of color. 

First Literature Project’s VR installation was developed by Khora, a leading Scandinavian virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) production studio, creating cutting-edge content within multiple application areas. 

Guild Hall’s Learning + New Works programs are made possible through The Patti Kenner Arts Education Fellowship, Vital Projects Fund, the Glickberg/Abrahams S. Kutler Foundation, the Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Endowment Fund, and The Melville Straus Family Endowment. 
Additional support provided by Friends of Learning + New Works: Julie Raynor Gross, and Stephanie Joyce and Jim Vos
Visual Arts programs are supported by funding from The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.  
Additional support provided by Friends of the Museum: Shari and Jeff Aronson, Jane Wesman and Don Savelson, Laurie and Martin Scheinman, and Neda Young 
Free gallery admission is sponsored, in part, by Landscape Details. 

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