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Guided Sound Walk: Full of Noises – with Viv Corringham and the Founders of Gesso

We are excited to kick-off our big 90th birthday with special guests! Join sound artists, Viv Corringham, and co-founders of the audio-guide app., Gesso, Henna Wang and Michael Reynolds, for a guided tour of Full of Noises: A Village Soundwalk. The tour will begin at Guild Hall, leading you through various locations in the Village, including the beloved Duck Pond, and culminate with an informal talk-back in Guild Hall’s Minikes Garden.

Composed and narrated by sound artist, Viv Corringham, Full of Noises links the cultural gifts of Mary Woodhouse – Guild Hall, The Duck Pond, and Clinton Academy –, with prompts for finding, imagining, and remembering sounds. Simply download the free app. on your phone, pop-in a pair of headphones, and listen. 

FREE – Reservations recommended.


Through our walking feet we can listen for traces of previous walkers, for stories from the earth, for echoes of history, and for our own memories. The essence of a place is revealed to the feet that move through it and listen. 

Full of Noises is a self-guided soundwalk for the Village of East Hampton that leads the public through known spaces with new, heightened, and playful listening.  

Composed and narrated by sound artist, Viv Corringham, Full of Noises links the cultural gifts of Mary WoodhouseGuild Hall, The Duck Pond, and Clinton Academy, with prompts for finding, imagining, and remembering sounds. Simply download the free app. on your phone, pop-in a pair of headphones, and listen 

Producer, Anthony Madonna
Technical Director, Patrick Dawson 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR SELF-GUIDED SOUNDWALK 

1) Once registered you will receive instructions for how to access the soundwalk through the free app., Gesso. Instructions will be sent to the email you used to register.  

2) The soundwalk begins at Guild Hall, leads you through The Duck Pond on Davids Lane, and finally to East Hampton Historical Society’s Clinton Academy. 

3) The walk itself is a little over an hour, though you may decide to pause the audio at times and spend more time in certain locations. We suggest wearing sturdy walking shoes, bringing a bottle of water, and carrying a portable charger for your mobile device.  

4) We encourage playfulness.

 

Saturday Family Workshop: Painting with the Whole Body with Virva Hinnemo

Guild Hall’s Saturday Family workshops are the perfect way for families to take part in shared learning and creativity. Each session allows families, ages 4+, to explore and reflect on the works exhibited in Guild Hall’s Museum as they create unique works of their own.

From reimagining famed abstract expressionist works to experimenting with charcoals, each Saturday Family Workshop provides a new viewpoint and level of engagement to the current exhibition, Robert Longo: A History of the Present. Workshops are led by a rotating team of locally based educators and artists, embracing the diversity and artist colony of the Hamptons.

A single registration is for families of no more than four people.

SCHEDULE
Saturday August 14: Painting with the Whole Body with Virva Hinnemo
Saturday August 21: Grayscale Drip Painting with the Pollock-Krasner House & Study Center
Saturday August 28: Create Your Own Rothko with Anna Healy
Saturday September 4: Charcoal Drawing with Elizabeth Karsch

 

KidFEST Pre-Show Workshop

From decorative juggling sticks to pirate flags to triple-tier cake sculptures, our pre-show workshops get your child’s imagination ready for the show they are about to experience. Join us to explore, create, and learn together!

Each workshop is led and crafted in partnership with our neighbors at The Golden Eagle.

Join us for this workshop just prior to Goat on a Boat presents The Marzipan Bunny.

Appropriate for ages 4+
This is a family program. Parents/Guardians are expected to stay with their children.


For KidFEST, ALL guests over the age of 2 years are required to wear face coverings both indoors and outside, regardless of vaccination status. While children under the age of 12 are unable to be vaccinated, we ask adults to model the behavior that is expected of children. Your patience and understanding is appreciated in keeping our community’s children safe.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.

KidFEST Pre-Show Workshop

From decorative juggling sticks to pirate flags to triple-tier cake sculptures, our pre-show workshops get your child’s imagination ready for the show they are about to experience. Join us to explore, create, and learn together!

Each workshop is led and crafted in partnership with our neighbors at The Golden Eagle.

Join us for this workshop just prior to Goat on a Boat presents The Marzipan Bunny.

Appropriate for ages 4+
This is a family program. Parents/Guardians are expected to stay with their children.


For KidFEST, ALL guests over the age of 2 years are required to wear face coverings both indoors and outside, regardless of vaccination status. While children under the age of 12 are unable to be vaccinated, we ask adults to model the behavior that is expected of children. Your patience and understanding is appreciated in keeping our community’s children safe.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.

Stories and Crafts

Recommended for children ages 3+ 

Join storytellers and creatives from Guild Hall for a family hour of stories, gallery tours, and art workshops. At each session we will be reading a children’s book in response to the current Guild Hall exhibit, followed by a hands-on workshop. 

This series is produced in tandem with the exhibition Robert Longo: A House Divided. 

Sessions are held in-person at Guild Hall with a maximum of 15 people. When registering, please be sure to register both adults and children.  

Each session is a hybrid of indoor and outdoor activity. Gallery tours occur in the Museum and the adjoining workshop in Guild Hall’s Minikes Garden. Masks are required at all times.

THE TILE CLUB: Plein Air Painting Workshop with Scott Bluedorn – Gerard Drive in Springs

Select Wednesdays, 5-7pm:
6/30: Camp Hero, Montauk
7/28: Gerard Drive, Springs
8/25: Mulford Farm, East Hampton
(Rain Dates: Thursday 7/1 Camp Hero; Thursday 7/29 Gerard Drive; Thursday 9/2 Mulford Farm)

Community Artist In Residence, Scott Bluedorn will lead a series of plein air painting workshops as a part of his residency project with Guild Hall.  Scott’s project is focused on the history, practice, and revitalization of “The Tile Club;” a group of artists from the late 19th century, who met and painted on decorative tiles, often en plein air, on the Eastern End of Long Island.

Scott will host artists once a month on Wednesdays in June, July and August at the following locations: Camp Hero in Montauk, Gerard Drive in Springs, and Mulford Farm in East Hampton. During these free workshops artists will paint on tiles provided by Guild Hall and are asked to bring their own acrylic paints, brushes, water jar, palette, and protective weather gear. We ask that each participant gives at least one tile to Guild Hall to be included in a final installation culminating this project in the Fall of 2021.

GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers, WAMPUM: HISTORY, CRAFT, & PRACTICE

THIS PROGRAM WILL NOW TAKE PLACE INDOORS IN THE MORAN GALLERY. Guests attending any program indoors in the galleries must show proof of FULL vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test result. Face coverings are required for unvaccinated guests and due to the small size of the galleries, masks are  also recommended for those who are vaccinated.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.


GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers is a celebration of the East End’s diversity, a recognition of fault and colonization, and, most importantly, an opportunity to build and implement new understandings. Devised specifically for community leaders, service workers, teachers, and developers, this series platforms the voices and experiences of various BIPOC scholars, artists, and leaders, providing both lessons on our past histories, and strategies and examples of how to progress forward together. The series spans from Friday, July 16 – Monday, July 19. 

WAMPUM: HISTORY, CRAFT, & PRACTICE
Monday, July 19, 4 – 5:30pm Guild Hall of East Hampton 

Chief Harry Wallace and Tecumseh Ceaser lead an open dialogue and lecture on the understandings, teachings, and significance of Wampum. The conversation will touch on traditional practices, historical accounts and lessons, and what contemporary carvers have “learned from the shell.” 

“Wampum has been used in my culture in ceremonies, regalia, trade agreements, and treaties to connect our people and remind them of their connection to the water and earth, which gives us life and food. We as eastern woodland natives treasure wampum; its beautiful colors allow us to wear it with pride and know that our ancestors have been working with it for thousands of years. My artwork allows me to connect with my ancestors by carrying on their traditions and saying to the world we are still here, and we are still connected with our genealogical ties to the land.”
Tecumseh Ceaser 

This iteration of GATHER is programmed in tandem with the Guild Hall exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Proceeds from this series aid the education initiatives at Guild Hall of East Hampton, the development of Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, and the institutions and artists involved. 

FULL GATHER SCHEDULE
Join in one or all four events led by Jeremy Dennis, artists and tribal member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, Anthony Madonna, Guild Hall’s Senior Associate for Learning and Public Engagement, and a rotating panel of historians, artists, and/or leaders of the Hamptons, including Roddy Smith, Andrina Wekontash Smith, Tecumseh Ceaser, Chief Harry Wallace, Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, Donnamarie Barnes, and Skip Finley. 

LEFT BEHIND/WITHIN
Friday, July 16, 6–7:30pm
MA’s House & BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock 

TUKTU PADDLE TOUR OF SHINNECOCK
Saturday, July 17, 10–12PM OR 2-4PM
MA’S House & BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock 

BOOK TALK: WHALING CAPTAINS OF COLOR with Author, Skip Finley
Sunday, July 18, 4:30-6pm
Guild Hall of East Hampton 

WAMPUM: HISTORY, CRAFT, & PRACTICE
Monday, July 19, 4pm
Guild Hall of East Hampton 

GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers, BOOK TALK: WHALING CAPTAINS OF COLOR WITH AUTHOR, SKIP FINLEY

THIS PROGRAM WILL NOW TAKE PLACE INDOORS IN THE MORAN GALLERY. Guests attending any program indoors in the galleries must show proof of FULL vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test result. Face coverings are required for unvaccinated guests and due to the small size of the galleries, masks are  also recommended for those who are vaccinated.

Click HERE for full COVID-19 information to review prior to your visit.


GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers is a celebration of the East End’s diversity, a recognition of fault and colonization, and, most importantly, an opportunity to build and implement new understandings. Devised specifically for community leaders, service workers, teachers, and developers, this series platforms the voices and experiences of various BIPOC scholars, artists, and leaders, providing both lessons on our past histories, and strategies and examples of how to progress forward together. The series spans from Friday, July 16 – Monday, July 19. 

BOOK TALK: WHALING CAPTAINS OF COLOR WITH AUTHOR, SKIP FINLEY
Join Donnamarie Barnes and Dr. Georgette Grier Key in conversation with Skip Finley, author of “Whaling Captains of Color; America’s First Meritocracy” 

Many of the historic houses that decorate Skip Finley’s native Martha’s Vineyard were originally built by whaling captains. Whether in his village of Oak Bluffs, on the Island of Nantucket where whaling burgeoned, or in New Bedford, which became the City of Light thanks to whale oil, these magnificent homes testify to the money made from whaling. In terms of oil, the triangle connecting Martha’s Vineyard to these areas and Eastern Long Island was the Middle East of its day. Whale wealth was astronomical, and endures in the form of land trusts, roads, hotels, docks, businesses, homes, churches and parks. Whaling revenues were invested into railroads and the textile industry. Millions of whales died in the 200-plus-year enterprise, with more than 2,700 ships built for chasing, killing and processing them. Whaling was the first American industry to exhibit any diversity, and the proportion of men of color people who participated was amazingly high. A man got to be captain not because he was white or well connected, but because he knew how to kill a whale. Along the way he would also learn navigation and how to read and write. Whaling presented a tantalizing alternative to mainland life. Working with archival records at whaling museums, in libraries, from private archives and studying hundreds of books and thesis, Finley culls the best stories from the lives of over 50 Whaling Captains of Color to share the story of America’s First Meritocracy. 

This iteration of GATHER is programmed in tandem with the Guild Hall exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Proceeds from this series aid the education initiatives at Guild Hall of East Hampton, the development of Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, and the institutions and artists involved. 

FULL GATHER SCHEDULE
Join in one or all four events led by Jeremy Dennis, artists and tribal member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, Anthony Madonna, Guild Hall’s Senior Associate for Learning and Public Engagement, and a rotating panel of historians, artists, and/or leaders of the Hamptons, including Roddy Smith, Andrina Wekontash Smith, Tecumseh Ceaser, Chief Harry Wallace, Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, Donnamarie Barnes, and Skip Finley. 

LEFT BEHIND/WITHIN
Friday, July 16, 6–7:30pm
MA’s House & BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock 

TUKTU PADDLE TOUR OF SHINNECOCK
Saturday, July 17, 10–12PM OR 2-4PM
MA’S House & BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock 

BOOK TALK: WHALING CAPTAINS OF COLOR with Author, Skip Finley
Sunday, July 18, 4:30-6pm
Guild Hall of East Hampton 

WAMPUM: HISTORY, CRAFT, & PRACTICE
Monday, July 19, 4pm
Guild Hall of East Hampton 

THE TILE CLUB: Open Studio Painting Workshop with Artist Scott Bluedorn

Saturdays, June 19, July 17, and August 21 from 5-7pm

Community Artist-In-Residence Scott Bluedorn will lead a series of open studio painting workshops in Guild Hall’s Minikes Garden as a part of his residency project.  Scott’s project is focused on the history, practice, and revitalization of “The Tile Club;” a group of artists from the late 19th century, who met and painted on decorative tiles, often en plein air, on the Eastern End of Long Island.

Scott will host these open studios once a month during the extended Museum hours on Saturdays in June, July and August. During these free workshops our concessions will be open and artists will paint on tiles provided by Guild Hall and are asked to bring their own acrylic paints, brushes, water jar, and palette. We ask that each participant gives at least one tile to Guild Hall to be included in a final installation culminating this project in the Fall of 2021.

This program will be moved indoors in the case of inclement weather. Face coverings and social distancing will be required indoors.

GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers, TUKTU PADDLE TOUR OF SHINNECOCK

GATHER: Conversations led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers is a celebration of the East End’s diversity, a recognition of fault and colonization, and, most importantly, an opportunity to build and implement new understandings. Devised specifically for community leaders, service workers, teachers, and developers, this series platforms the voices and experiences of various BIPOC scholars, artists, and leaders, providing both lessons on our past histories, and strategies and examples of how to progress forward together. The series spans from Friday, July 16 – Monday, July 19. 

Tuktu Paddle Tour of Shinnecock
Join Tuktu PT on a guided paddle tour of aboriginal Shinnecock waterways to learn about indigenous plants, culture, landmarks and more. Each tour is led by Tuktu PT founder, Gerrod Smith, and includes a short hike along Shinnecock’s private coastlands and, if the tides flow right, a fresh taste of local shellfish handpicked from Shinnecock Bay. 

Each tour is limited to 12 people. The rental of a single-person kayak, two-person kayak, or three-person canoe is included with registration. 

This iteration of GATHER is programmed in tandem with the Guild Hall exhibition, Alexis Rockman: Shipwrecks. Proceeds from this series aid the education initiatives at Guild Hall of East Hampton, the development of Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, and the institutions and artists involved. 

FULL GATHER SCHEDULE
Join in one or all four events led by Jeremy Dennis, artist and tribal member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, Anthony Madonna, Guild Hall’s Senior Associate for Learning and Public Engagement, and a rotating panel of historians, artists, and/or leaders of the Hamptons, including Roddy Smith, Andrina Wekontash Smith, Tecumseh Ceaser, Chief Harry Wallace, Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, Donnamarie Barnes, and Skip Finley. 

LEFT BEHIND/WITHIN
Friday, July 16, 6–7:30pm
MA’s House & BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock 

TUKTU PADDLE TOUR OF SHINNECOCK
Saturday, July 17, 10–12PM OR 2-4PM
MA’S House & BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock 

BOOK TALK: WHALING CAPTAINS OF COLOR with Author, Skip Finley
Sunday, July 18, 4:30-6pm
Guild Hall of East Hampton 

WAMPUM: HISTORY, CRAFT, & PRACTICE
Monday, July 19, 4pm
Guild Hall of East Hampton