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  Celebrate Black History Month in the Hamptons: “FROM AFRICA TO ABSTRACT: Journey of a People Through Art and Image” at the Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968, (631) 287-4377.

Jan 28 2014 – 10:30am  Mar 4 2014 – 2:30pm
Opening Reception: February 1, 2014, from 4 – 6pm.
Gallery Hours:Monday – Saturday 11 – 3pm or by appointment.

Six African-American artists are featured in a new exhibit to celebrate Black History Month at the Southampton Cultural Center. Called “From Africa to Abstract: Journey of a People Through Art and Image” the works of Brent Bailer, Rosa Hanna Scott, Jacquelyn Flowers, Tina Andrews, Dianne Smith, and Danny Simmons showcase abstracts, sculptures, pastels, mixed media and representational works which together chart the African-American experience in America.

dannysimmons.net
Photo courtesy: dannysimmons.net

Guest curator Tina Andrews gathered the artists from Washington, DC, Harlem, Brooklyn and East Hampton to expose their works to east end audiences. Says Andrews “It’s an exciting, soulful exhibit filled with not only works which envisage our slave past, but abstracts and photos which visualize the present and promise of a post racial future. I urge everyone to come out and see it.”

photo courtesy: www.diannesmithart.com
photo courtesy: www.diannesmithart.com

“From Africa to Abstract: Journey of a People Through Art and Image” is on exhibit from January 29 through March 4, 2014. Southampton Cultural Center, 25 Pond Lane, Southampton, NY 11968, (631) 287-4377…southamptonculturalcenter.org

cover art: Brent Bailer…Courtsey www.brentbailer.com

Sag Harbor, NY August 2013…Greetings  Hamptons Mouthpiece readers… I recently attended an Art opening in Sag Harbor called The Hamptons Meet Belgium and I thought the work by both artist were beautiful and I knew I needed to share with my readers. My friends this work is amazing and if you are Sag Harbor you should stop by the Monika Olko Gallery  to see the work of both these Belgian artist.

The Hamptons Meet Belgium, the Monika Olko Gallery and Belgium based Vodelsang Gallery team up together to present Marcel Ceuppens and Joel Moens in a Hamptons show.

Marcel Ceuppens originally from Belgium but now lives and works in Brussels and London. Marcel studied advertising at the Saint-Lukas Brussels University College of Art & Design, had a successful career as an Art Director some of the most creative advertising agencies in Europe. In 2010 he began creating conceptual digital paintings. “The Everyman Digital Paintings” explores themes of disconnection, complacency and detachment as a universal aspect of a day-to-day existence.

artist: Marcel Ceuppens
artist: Marcel Ceuppens

Joel Moens: also from Belgium, is an artist deeply implicated in digital art. He started as a painter but began using computers in 2011 to convey a vision of our highly technological world. His photo-masaic composed of 5000-10,000 different and unique pictures merge to achieve a “uniform” and perfectly aesthetic whole-homage to femininity.  Moens says “his work represents the contemporary world and is an emphasis on the overwhelming importance of the internet”. I chose these two artist to highlight because I love the creative new digital art. What is so fascinating to me is the time spent searching for 5-10,000 unique images, and organizing them in a fashion to create beautiful images. When you view this works from afar they look like simply beautiful pictures but as you step up and view it close you will see the absolute beauty in his work. A definite MUST SEE!

Artist: Joel Moens
Artist: Joel Moens

The Hamptons Meet Belgium show will be on display until August 28th in Sag Harbor at the Monika Olko Gallery @ 95 Main Street. 631-899-4740

 

Hamptons Happenings...(Riverhead, NY) And the Teeny Awards goes to….I had the pleasure to attend the 11th Annual  2013 Teeny Awards on June 9th at the Southold Junior-Senior High School presented by The East End Arts. This was my first time going to a Teeny Awards, my oldest was not interested in ActingNominees were decked out in their formal attire, decorated the pre-show red carpet, and at the commencement of the awards ceremony, were presented individually to the audience as they filed into the spotlight onstage one at a time to thunderous applause. Arts supporters, theatre professionals, and prominent community members presented the winning awards, and each winner received a glass trophy. The Teeny Awards, conceived from the idea of the Antoinette Perry Awards – The Tony Awards – for Broadway shows, has been celebrating excellence in high school theatre across the East End of Long Island since 2002, and is presented and coordinated by East End Arts.

The audience was treated to scenes from some outstanding performances from this year’s productions from the 17 participating high schools in the region, and celebrated the best of the best in East End high school theatre. Performances included: “Summer Nights” from Grease by Southold High School; “Brotherhood of Man” from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying by Longwood High School; “The Tornado Ballet” from The Wiz by Center Moriches High School.

Bonnie Grice, award-winning broadcaster, producer, host and interviewer, returned once again to serve as the Master of Ceremonies. 

The 2013 Teeny Awards winners are:

Lead Actress in a Musical
Emily Hinz, Pierson, Funny Girl
 DRAMA
Lead Actor in a Drama, Brian Rocha, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Lead Actress in a Drama
Nicole Chiuchiolo, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Patrick O'Brien & Danielle Allen
Patrick O’Brien & Danielle Allen
 
 
Supporting Actor in a Drama
Patrick O’Brien, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
 
Supporting Actress in a Drama
Danielle Allen, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
 
 
Lead Actor in a Comedy
Sean Mannix, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
 
 
OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE
Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
 
Rachel Riennecker
Rachel Riennecker
Lead Actress in a Comedy
Rachel Rienecker, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Jack Vicari
Jack Vicari
Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Jack Vicari, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
 
Supporting Actress in a Comedy

Gwen Foley
Gwen Foley
Gwyn Foley, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Supporting Actor in a Musical
Matthew Drinkwater, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
 
Supporting Actress in a Musical
Lea Giambruno, Shelter Island, Legally Blonde
Lea Giambruno
Lea Giambruno
Lead Actor in a Musical
John Coyne, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
 
 OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE
This category was created to recognize a student who shines brightly in a role that is not eligible for adjudication in the leading or supporting categories.
Rebecca Dwoskin, Pierson, Funny Girl
 
 
JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARD
This award is for a particular scene, musical number, dance number, or group that the judges feel stands out enough to warrant special recognition. This year, the recipient is The Greek Chorus from Shelter Island’s Legally Blonde.
Ryan Schaefer & Anita Boyer
Ryan Schaefer & Anita Boyer

CHOREOGRAPHY – TIE

Megan McGuinness and Jennifer Navarrete, Eastport-South Manor, The Music Man
Ryan Schaefer, Center Moriches, The Wiz
 
PLAYBILL/POSTER ART
Amanda Tomasello, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Amanda Tomasello & Fred Thiele
Amanda Tomasello & Fred Thiele

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL DESIGN RECOGNITION – I really do wish that this was a judged category, and I have to admit I did not understand why this category was only reduced to recognition. I guess it is because they were all so good they could not choose a winner.

Savannah Calderale, Southold, Grease – Set Design
Denis Hartnett, Pierson, Funny Girl – Set Design
Shane Hennessey, Pierson, Funny Girl – Lighting Design
Catherine Penn, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace and Footloose – Costume Design
Daniel Lilley, Longwood, M*A*S*H* – Lighting Design

 INNOVATIONS IN THEATRE EDUCATION This award recognizes the efforts of a school that goes above and beyond to support exceptional theatre arts education. This year, Bridgehampton High School is being recognized for its production of A Night on Broadway: A Musical Revue, which was a non-book musical written, performed and produced by its students and volunteer staff.  This is the first theatrical production in the school, and, we hope, will be the first of many.

Congratulations to All of the 2013 winners…. You are all so very talented…Next year Lilly Spellman, you are so talented, Congratulations on being nominated.

Lilly Spellman & family
Lilly Spellman & family

For more information on East End Arts and the great work they do in the East End…visit their website..www.eastendarts.org for more on Hamptons Happenings click here. 

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Photo credit: Courtesy The Salt Queen Foundation

“Hamptons Art” Bettina Werner, The Salt Queen, is an international acclaimed artist, born in Milan, Italy in 1965. She arrived in the United States in 1989, she was discovered as an upcoming artistic starlet by a prestigious New York Gallery in the 90’s. Bettina Werner is a pioneer who invented the first use of colorized salt as an art medium in the History of Art.

“Tripping the light fantastic”, artist Bettina Werner, is a fountainhead of creativity sprouting galaxies of light and radiance in her unique colorized salt crystal artworks. Ms Werner’s innovative salt paintings are crystallized salt textures, with brilliant colors, created with  sophisticated  movements and dynamic artistic flow. Her artworks have a radiant cosmic surface, where each grain of salt is masterly treated like facets of a diamond which reaches out for enlightenment through the power of salt.

What gave the Artist the idea of creating art with salt ?
Bettina Werner is drawn to paint and sculpt with salt resulting from its long history and intimate necessity in human life. In Italy salt represents knowledge and wisdom. This is because of the ubiquitous mineral’s vital importance to the balance of human health and the development of civilization, as well as its metaphysical and metaphorical legends. Salt is used by every culture for food preservation and cooking. Salt was more valuable than treasure. Salt figures in many marriages and religious customs. It has been a mainstay of trade all over the world, and has functioned as currency. Most of this planet is covered in salt water. There is a wonderful connection that human blood, sweat and tears are about the same salinity as the ocean.

The mystery of salt and its beautiful crystalline quality attracted the Artist while studying at the prestigious Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, Italy. She desired a medium capable of expressing her own unique vision, something new, not really explored yet in the art world. It came in her mind like an idea, a strong intuition. While still a student she experimented with combinations of pigments and the myriad gradations into which salt can be reduced. She developed the technique of fixing salt crystals with colors that render what is a mutable compound into a permanent surface that attracts the eye with millions of reflecting facets transmitting a single color into all possible shades.

Ocean, 1996 (4 panels, 24 x 80 inches each)
Photo credit: Courtesy The Salt Queen Foundation

Her recent 25 Year Retrospective, at 7 World Trade Center, in a 40,000 square foot pristine space, immediately overlooked “ground zero”, represented Bettina Werner’s crowning achievement in her career with a spectacular panoramic view of New York City skyline.
View the video here: 

Bettina Werner’s plush  loft, overlooking the New York Stock Exchange, is located in the heart of the historical Wall Street, world- famous district,  she is an amazing and empowered “woman of our time” who is rocking with her magical healing salt in her crusade for uplifting human consciousness and world harmony. She is an artist with a clear mission expressing her unique salt invention as a healing spiritual and transcendental experience. History has taught us, the most successful artist are those who have a recognizable medium that one can spot from far away –  “a language of art”. Bettina Werner has truly created an entire unique luminescent world, with her textured salt technique, that is easily translated to all who encounter her artworks around the globe. Bettina Werner’s salt crystal artworks are unmistakably recognizable while synonymously profound and spaciousness creating a sense of calm and essentiality.

Her fascinating life is being born as a surviving twin, who is still spiritually connected to her unborn sister, who was found dead in her mother’s womb. Bettina Werner believes her spiritual sister guides her giving Ms. Werner artistic inspiration and intuitive messages. Through Bettina Werner’s innovative artwork, one experiences the vibrations emitted by the salt rock crystals masterly moved by her sensing and slender long hands.  She captures with the salt crystals our souls in a dialectic conversation that goes beyond our awareness.

In the year 2002, she established The Salt Queen Foundation, a non-profit educational institution. Its goals include the celebration of artists whose free imagination is uniquely expressed through the use of innovative techniques and unusual materials.

Art collectors fall in love with the radiant energy flowing in Bettina Werner’s paintings, connecting to the depth of the colors created with the salt and to  the unique concept of creating wise investments in their own homes when they acquire her distinctive innovative salt crystal paintings.

Reviews and features on her work have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Art in America, Elle, Architectural Digest,The Chicago Tribune,The Miami Herald, ArtNews, Elle Decor, GQ, Flash Art, Hamptons Magazine, New York Post, l’ Espresso, Il Corriere della Sera, and many more publications.
Press link: http://www.bettina-werner.com/press.html

FACEBOOK Fan Page:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/BETTINA-WERNER-THE-SALT-QUEEN/61567350599

PHOTO CREDIT: BETTINA WERNER: Salt Crystal Painting
“OCEAN”, 1996 (4 panels, 24 x 80 inches each)
© Bettina Werner 1996
Painting created with textured colorized salt technique invented by Bettina Werner in the early 1980’s
Courtesy The Salt Queen Foundation, New York
http://www.bettina-werner.com/

Photo Credit cover: BETTINA WERNER Salt Crystal Painting MONACO FLAG 18 x 24 Painting created with textured colorized salt technique invented by Bettina Werner in the early 80’s © Bettina Werner 2012 All Rights Reserved Courtesy The Salt Queen Foundation

Hamptons Art…BETTINA WERNER,The Salt Queen

Nominations for the 11th Annual Teeny Awards are…..Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece Readers.….I am especially excited to see some extremely talented young people who I know on this list. Congratulations to all the nominees you are all very talented and should be very proud of this accomplishment. Below is a Press release sent today from East end Arts…

 11th-Annual Teeny Awards Nominations Announced

Awards Ceremony to be held on June 9, 2013

Presented by East End Arts

East Hampton High School's South Pacific
East Hampton High School’s South Pacific

(RIVERHEAD, NY, May 8, 2013) – East End Arts is thrilled to announce the 2013 Teeny Awards Nominees. Theatrical productions presented by the 17 participating East End high schools have been attended and reviewed by a panel of volunteer judges. Evaluations of student performances were based on skills demonstrated in Movement (physical expression, gesture, posture, fluidity), Delivery (projection, articulation, interaction, timing, expression), and Stage Presence (confident, believable, enthusiastic, charismatic, dynamic). Evaluations of performances in Musical Productions also include skills in Singing (intonation, range, interpretation, phrasing, rhythm, articulation, ensemble work) and Dancing (technique, fluidity, expression, gesture, ensemble work). The Teeny Awards, conceived from the idea of the Antoinette Perry Awards – The Tony Awards – for Broadway shows, has been celebrating excellence in high school theater across the East End of Long Island since 2002, and is presented and coordinated by East End Arts.

The top five scoring students are the nominees. A formal awards ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, June 9, 2013 at Southold Junior-Senior High School, hosted by award-winning broadcaster, producer, host and interviewer, Bonnie Grice, during which the winners will be announced. The 11th-Annual Teeny Awards ceremony is open to the public. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.eastendarts.org/programs/events/teeny-ceremony.html. Tickets are $20 in advance (must purchase by 5 PM on June 7), and $25 at the door. Southold Junior-Senior High School is located at 420 Oaklawn Avenue in Southold, NY.

And the nominees are:

DRAMA

Lead Actor in a Drama

Eliminas Abromaitis, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Casey Pitcher, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Brian Rocha, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Jonathan Troiano, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Jamie Tuthill, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

 Lead Actress in a Drama

Nicole Chiuchiolo, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Brionna Cook, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Amanda Osborne, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Jordan Tapley, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Alex Stanco, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind

 Supporting Actor in a Drama

Anthony DeFeo, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Aubrey Jowers, Ross, One Acts: The Sin Eater
Perry Ladouceur, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Andrew Nucatola, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Patrick O’Brien, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Supporting Actress in a Drama

Danielle Allen, McGann-Mercy, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Emma Bernhardt, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Erin Plitt, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol
Maria Popova, Ross, One Acts: The Sin Eater
Jessica Sisti, Riverhead, A Christmas Carol 

COMEDY

Lead Actor in a Comedy

Chris Durst, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Zach Fisher, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Yori Johnson, East Hampton, Pygmalion
Sean Mannix, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Oliver Orr, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Southold/Greenport's Trixie Teen Detective
Southold/Greenport’s Trixie Teen Detective

Lead Actress in a Comedy

Maggie Daley, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Gayle Gammon, Southold/Greeport Co-Production, Trixie, Teen Detective
Mally Fogarty, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Rachel Lohrius, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Rachel Rienecker, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Julia Tyson, East Hampton, Pygmalion

Supporting Actor in a Comedy

Nicholas, Auletti, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Tom Batuello, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Anthony DeVita, Shoreham-Wading River, Don’t Drink the Water
Jack Vicari, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace
Ryan Zlatniski, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?

Supporting Actress in a Comedy

Nicole Chiuchiolo, McGann-Mercy, You Can’t Take it With You
Gwyn Foley, Mattituck, Are Teachers Human?
Abigail Gianis, Sag Harbor, Hurry Up and Wait
Denise Mulemga, Ross, One-Acts: No Dogs Allowed
Sydney Campbell, Southold/Greeport Co-Production, Trixie, Teen Detective

MUSICAL

Lead Actor in a Musical

Sam Bracken, Southold, Grease
John Coyne, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
John Drinkwater, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
Francesco Logozzo, Westhampton Beach, Footloose
Ryan Schaefer, Center Moriches, The Wiz

 Lead Actress in a Musical

Emily Hinz, Sag Harbor, Funny Girl
Laura Logan,  Sweeney Todd
Susanna Kelly, Southold, Grease
Kayla Matters, Southampton, Fame
Brianna Pagano, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
Doree Primavera, Hampton Bays, Annie Get Your Gun

Supporting Actor in a Musical

Matt Drinkwater, Greenport, Guys & Dolls
Denis Hartnet, Sag Harbor, Funny Girl
Daniel Lilley, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Brian Rocha, Eastport-South Manor, The Music Man
Jack Dunne, Southold, Grease

Supporting Actress in a Musical

Lea Gianbruno, Shelter Island, Legally Blonde
Isabella LeBoeuf, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Michaela Manno, Southold, Grease
Shelby Pickerell, Southold, Grease
Lily Spellman, Hampton Bays, Annie Get Your Gun

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE

This category was created to recognize a student who shines brightly in a role that is not eligible for adjudication in the leading or supporting categories.

Gwen Clarke, Southampton, Ms. Sherman in Fame
Rebecca Dwoskin, Sag Harbor, Trixie in Funny Girl
Alexandra Lasot, Southold, Teen Angel in Grease
Lara Mahaffy, Southold, Ursula in Trixie, Teen Detective
Tye Granger, Westhampton Beach, Arsenic and Old Lace

JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARD

This award is for a particular scene, musical number, dance number, or group that the judges feel stands out enough to warrant special recognition. This year, the recipient is The Greek Chorus from Shelter Island’s Legally Blonde.

 CHOREOGRAPHY

Victoria Carroll, Riverhead, Fiddler on the Roof
Megan McGuiness and Jennifer Navarette, Eastport-South Manor, The Music Man
Southold Dance Captains, Southold, Grease
Ryan Schaefer, Center Moriches, The Wiz
Mattituck's Once Upon a Mattress.
Mattituck’s Once Upon a Mattress.

OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE

Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Mattituck, Once Upon a Mattress    

 PLAYBILL/POSTER ART

Sadie Klughers, East Hampton, Pygmalion
Daniel Pritchard, Longwood, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Amanda Tomasello, Eastport-South Manor, Inherit the Wind
Stephen Spinelli, Shoreham-Wading River, Sweeney Todd
Gretchen Walter, Southold, Trixie, Teen Detective

STAGE MANAGEMENT RECOGNITION – The following students are all recognized for their invaluable contributions as STAGE MANAGERS

Mariah Brengel, Shoreham-Wading River
Jesse Buchter, Westhampton Beach
Ian Byrne, McGann-Mercy
Quinn Carey, McGann-Mercy
Helen Chen, Mattituck
Jaclyn Conway, Southold-Greenport Co-Production
Jaclyn Conway, Southold
Emily Fey, Center Moriches
Mayra Gonzalez, Mattituck
Jennifer Hall, Sag Harbor
Melissa Hickox, Mattituck
Julie Lindell, Shoreham-Wading River
Kyra McAlary, Eastport-South Manor
Rae LaBorne, Sag Harbor
Shelly Matthers, Sag Harbor
Scott McVetty, Center Moriches
Kevin O’Brien, Center Moriches
Anne O’Rourke, Mattituck
Solomon Polshek, Ross
Christine Sipala, Longwood
Stephen Spinelli, Shoreham-Wading River
Jerilynn Toole, Riverhead
Zoë Vatash, Sag Harbor
Kerrie Vila, Sag Harbor
Sean Walden, Greenport
Rachel Williams, Riverhead

 TECHNICAL DESIGN RECOGNITION – The following students are all recognized for their invaluable contribution in TECHNICAL DESIGN 

Savannah Calderale, Southold, Grease – Set Design
Denis Hartnet, Sag Harbor, Funny Girl – Set Design
Catherine Penn, Riverhead, Arsenic and Old Lace and Footloose – Costume Design
Daniel Lilly, Longwood, M*A*S*H* – Lighting Design

INNOVATIONS IN THEATRE EDUCATION

This award recognizes the efforts of a school that goes above and beyond to support exceptional theatre arts education. This year,Bridgehampton High School is being recognized for its production of “A Night on Broadway: A Musical Revue,” which was a non-book musical written, performed and produced by its students and volunteer staff. This is the first theatrical production in the school, and, we hope, will be the first of many.

 The 11th Annual Teeny Awards is made possible by the support of our sponsors. We extend our thanks to our Lead Sponsors, Suffolk County National Bank and Riverhead Toyota, as well as Astoria Federal Savings, Mary Ann & Joseph Martorano, TangerOutlet Center, Applebee’s, and Bridgehampton National Bank, as well as Media Sponsors WPPB 88.3FM, MyLITV.com, and Hamptons Magazine.

For more information about the Teeny Awards, contact Morgan Vaughan at teenyawards@eastendarts.org or 310-600-4296, or visithttp://www.eastendarts.org/programs/events/teeny-ceremony.html.

East End Arts, established in 1972, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization, and operates a School of the Arts, an Art Gallery, and presents a variety of events and programs to promote the arts year-round. Proceeds from all events, sales, classes, donations, and memberships benefit the mission of bringing the arts to everyone and inspiring communities through service, advocacy and education.

Stephanie Smith
Marketing & PR Manager
East End Arts
133 East Main Street
Riverhead, NY 11901
631-727-0900

stephanie.smith@eastendarts.org

www.eastendarts.org