Guild Hall and the Guild Hall Teen Arts Council at the Inagural Hamptons Pride Parade, 2022. Photo: Matthew Rosario, Guild Hall Teen Arts Council Member, 2022
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Join Guild Hall and the GH Teen Arts Council as we march in the Third Annual Hamptons Pride Parade!

Following the first two years of success, Hamptons Pride continues organizing the parade. The lineup starts at 11 am on Main Street near Pondview Lane and Guild Hall, and the parade kicks off at noon. Registered participants will march east on Main Street to Newtown Lane, Railroad Avenue, and Lumber Lane, ending in Herrick Park, where there will be music and celebration.

The Guild Hall Teen Arts Council (GHTAC) will participate in the parade with project facilitated by queer Latin X installation artist, MAGO. Patrons who want to march with Guild Hall can contact Anthony Madonna at amadonna@guildhall.org.

The Guild Hall Teen Arts Council (GHTAC) is the region’s first paid teen arts program. As employees of Guild Hall, GHTAC members work to curate public programming, advance their creativity, increase Guild Hall’s outreach to local teens, and learn through collaboration with Guild Hall staff.

Hamptons Pride, Inc. is a not-for-profit public charity (tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code – EIN 86-3600121) that celebrates and commemorates the LGBTQ+ people and their allies on the East End of Long Island. Established by locals for the benefit of locals, the organization’s founding goal is the creation of an historical marker and outdoor social area on the footprint of The Swamp (the last and longest-running gay club in the Hamptons) in what is now Wainscott Green, a park in the Town of East Hampton. Hamptons Pride’s services, including the annual Hamptons Pride Parade on the first Saturday in June, are made possible by the generosity of individuals, foundations, and corporations. https://hamptonspride.org/

  • Guild Hall Teen Arts Council

    Founded in the Spring of 2017, the Guild Hall Teen Arts Council (GHTAC) is a collective of young creatives representing and celebrating a wide range of experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives. As employees of Guild Hall, GHTAC Members work within the institution to curate public programming, advance their own creativity, and progress Guild Hall’s outreach and relationship to our local teen community.

    Guild Hall was founded “to be a gathering place for the community where an appreciation for the arts would serve to encourage greater civic participation.” As our community develops, and our social understandings evolve, Guild Hall knows that the best way to continually grow our mission is to incorporate and encourage young voices to lead the way.

    GHTAC is a paid academic-year-long position. Members meet every Tuesday from 3:30–5:30pm, and are eligible to participate in weekly apprenticeship & mentorship hours with Guild Hall Staff & Community members. Once accepted into the TAC, members are active until their High School graduation. 

    Teens, age 14+, interested in developing skills related to contemporary art (visual, literary, and performing), leadership, community engagement, non-profit management, and museum/theater practices are encouraged to apply. For inquiries, please contact Anthony Madonna at amadonna@guildhall.org.