Virtual Art Salon: Top Winners from the 82nd Artist Members Exhibition - Guild Hall

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Virtual Art Salon
Top Winners from the 82nd Artist Members Exhibition

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Virtual Art Salon hosted by Casey Dalene, Guild Hall Curatorial Assistant, Registrar and Lewis B Cullman Associate for Museum Education

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Top Winners from the 82nd Artist Members Exhibition

As we celebrated the re-opening of Guild Hall Museum on Friday, June 26th, we are excited to re-ignite the conversation about the 82nd Artist Members Exhibition. This exhibition has been waiting patiently in our galleries and will now, once again, be open to the public. In the next Virtual Art Salon, Curatorial Assistant, Casey Dalene, will interview the top winners, chosen by guest juror, Susan Thompson, Associate Curator at the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum. Each artist will discuss the piece that they entered in the show and why they chose that particular piece for this year’s exhibition.

Top 9 Winning Categories include: Top Honors, Best Representational Work, Best Abstract, Best Photograph, Best Sculpture, Catherine and Theo Hios Best Landscape, Best Mixed Media, Best Work on Paper, and Best New Artist.

Winners that will be featured in the Zoom Conversation:
Darlene Charneco, Top Honors Winner
Renee Gallanti, Best Mixed Media
Tracy Jamar, Best Sculpture
Mary Twomey, Best Work on Paper
Johnny Miller, Best Photograph
Julie Solomon, Best New Artist

Free with required registration.  Private Zoom link will be emailed to registrants 24 hours prior to the Salon. Please be sure to sign up for a free Zoom account ahead of time.

  • Casey Dalene

    Casey Dalene grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina with a noticeable passion for the Arts from a very young age. Studying Painting, Drawing and Art History throughout High School and College, Casey received a BFA in Studio Art and Art History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2005. Continuing her education, Casey attended the Fashion Institute of Technology State University of New York and received an Associate’s Degree in Textile/Surface Design in 2006. In 2007 Casey relocated to East Hampton and spent the next 5 years as Creative Director of Fabric and Wallcovering at the Elizabeth Dow Studio in Amagansett. With a passion for the arts as a common thread throughout her education and professional career, she has always been inspired by and involved in the local art community on the East End of Long Island. From the emerging Artists she met working in the Elizabeth Dow handmade wallcovering studio to the rich Art History of our community, she began to insert herself in the art world by creating an Online Art Gallery, artUNPRIMED.com, curating emerging and mid-career artists online as well as through 2 different pop-up exhibitions, one in Sag Harbor and one in East Hampton. Casey has also developed strong curatorial and marketing experience by working for a handful of Art Galleries on the East End including RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton, Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton, Roman Fine Art in East Hampton, and Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill (now in Sag Harbor).

    With young children entering school in East Hampton, and strong ties to the Local Art Community, Casey brings a fresh perspective to the Educational programming, Curatorial Department, and responsibilities of the Registrar. She hopes to enhance the programming at Guild Hall to include the local community and beyond, ensuring everyone has access to and can take advantage of all the resources that we have to offer, as their community Museum, Theater and Educational Center.

Event Sponsors

Artist Members Exhibition supported in part by the Giuppy Nantista Fund and the Helen Hoie Fund.
Media Sponsor: Hamptons Art Hub.
All Museum Programming supported in part by The Melville Straus Family Endowment, The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment, Crozier Fine Arts, The Lorenzo and Mary Woodhouse Trust, an anonymous donor, and public funds provided by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Free admission is generously funded by BNB Bank and Landscape Details.
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