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Hamptons Happenings: HomeGirl Entertainment is launching their 1st of many events to come. The first event will be Black History Celebration in Song featuring the “Earth, Wind, and Fire Tribute Band” the band is based out of Md./DC Area. Friday, February 21st at 9:00 pm at 230 Elm in Southampton.Poster

You don’t want to miss this event! Let’s Celebrate Black History Month with an evening of LIVE MUSIC celebrating 40 years of Earth, Wind and Fire. They brought us some unbelievable music and the Tribute Band will be playing all of your favorites all night long.

HomeGirl’s events always have partial proceeds go to a local charity.  For this event, partial proceeds will go to the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center.

There are limited advanced tickets. Cash Bar.

Tickets are ONLY $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

For more information and tickets, contact Bonnie at (631)204-8028 or 230 Elm at (631)377-3900

LET’S GROOVE TONIGHT on Friday, February 21st.

  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.

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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

The 7th Annual Live on the Vine Winterfest 2014 presented by Suffolk County National Bank will host its kickoff along with co-host, Edible East End, at the enchanting Suffolk Theater on Friday, January 17, 2014 from 6 PM to 9:30 PM.1488024_589814264432895_313456124_n

Celebrate Long Island’s great musical talent, wine, food and friends in high style! You’ll be transported back in time to an age of splendor and glory the moment you step foot in the completely restored 1933 art deco theater. Join them for some light fare, Long Island wines and hear some of the best music east of NYC! Or if you prefer, go all the way and make a reservation for dinner!

PERFORMING

  • Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks
  • Bakithi Kumalo
  • Mambo Loco

Ticket price: $20 in advance / $25 at the door.

Tickets are limited: Get your tickets online now at: https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=a9d25995fc93f22d73cdd116160293f8 or call the Box Office at 631-727-4343.

The Suffolk Theater is located at 118 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901.6-week-music-festival

Live on the Vine is a 6 week mid-winter music festival that take place in Long Island’s unique vineyard tasting rooms, hotels and other venues on the East End. It has been recognized for its cultural tourism impact during an off season and has greatly stimulated the business economy during the cold winter months. Conceived in 2006, this event is well on its way to becoming a regional and even national attraction with great growth potential. In 2012 Winterfest Jazz on the Vine was awarded the National Destination Marketing Award by Americans for the Arts and Destination Marketing International, a prestigious award validating our work and our vision which includes expanding our overall musical selection to encompass talented performers in jazz, blues, soul and country (hence the name modification, “Live” on the Vine.)

Hamptons:LIVE MUSIC MONDAYS at Roberts the amazingly talented Klyph Black will host…
Book early to reserve a table.  631-726-7171

The fireplace will be lit; Midweek menu
Klyph Black 730pm to 8pm
FEATURE 8-9pm
OPEN MIC 9-11pm

photo credit: Klyph Black
photo credit: Klyph Black

Calendar
January. 6. Kenneth Morsch
January 13 Alfredo Merat
January 20 Dick Johansson
January 27 Michael Weiskopf-Music and Klyph Black

February 3 Job Potter
February 10 Rudy Perrone
February 17 Randolph Hudson
February 24 Matty Liot

March 3 Donald G Bracken Jr
March 10 Inda Eaton
March 17 Tim Nugent-Head

The Artisan Festival International World Peace Initiative comes to the Hamptons Doug E. Doug Known For Griffin Vesey On Cosby Sitcom, Heads To The
 Hamptons To Promote Peace And Cultural Diversity*
 November 2nd & 3rd 2013

(Photo: Rob Loud/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)
(Photo: Rob Loud/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival)

East Hampton, NY (October 24, 2013) Doug E. Doug is heading to the Hamptons
to promote cultural diversity during Artisan Festival Internationals World
Peace Initiative Hamptons. The World Cinema division will exhibit *Lessons
Of Hayti* a documentary film in which he is the narrator. Born Douglas
Bourne, Doug E. Doug is known for his roles on the *Cosby Show*, as Sanka
Coffie in *Cool Runnings* and the voice of Bernie in *Shark Tale*.

*Lessons of Hayti* is produced by award-winning filmmaker Byron Hunter,
Terry Boyd, and Edward Harris Jr.

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photo credit: www.afiworldpeaceinitiative.org

The film recently won Best Documentary
Feature at the 8th Annual Harlem International Film Festival and will
screen Nov. 2nd Saturday afternoon at Guild Hall in East Hampton, New York
followed by a question and answer round table discussion. This Black
History month the film will debut on various US television networks.

”American history is an important component to bridging the gap in cultural
diversity, and stories that provide an informative reference point,
especially for Black American history is how healing can take place for the
past, present, and future. We are proud of all our documentaries and have
taken the time to carefully select film works that will impact society in
the long-term,” stated Founder and multi-media talent Princess AngeliqueMonét.

Lessons of Hayti *is nominated for Best Documentary Film along with *Forget
Us Not* narrated by Ron Perlman, and *16 Acres*.

LESSONS OF HAYTI is a one hour documentary that examines the unique history of Black
self-sufficiency and political power in the United States from its origins 
just following President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 up to
the second inauguration of America’s first Black President 150 years later,
and how that power has eroded since the Civil Rights era, leaving Black
America in a current state of economic turmoil.

As told by prominent historians, scholars, former Hayti residents, and a
survivor of the Tulsa Riots of 1921, “The Lessons of Hayti,” details a
history of Black success in America. Including the creation of 100 
independent Black communities, nearly 100 Black Colleges and Universities,
and wielding massive political power in the former Confederate States, all
within 50 years of the end of slavery.

”The Lessons of Hayti” also examines the demise of these historic Black
Communities over the last 100 years due to both racial violence and
political backstabbing triggered by pivotal historic events including the
landmark case “Plessy vs. Ferguson” in the 1898, the end of World War 1 in
1918, and the civil rights movement of the 1950’s and 60’s.

For a complete line up of films please visit www.afiworldpeaceinitiative.org

*ALL FILM SCREENINGS ON NOV. 2ND AND NOV. 3RD
158 Main Street – Guild Hall (John Drew Theatre)
Tickets can be purchased on-line through www.afiworldpeaceinitiative.org or
on-site at the Guild Hall box office.



 *Screening Blocks: $15*
*Day Pass: $35*
*Children Under 15: $10 Screening Blocks*
*Senior Citizens: $12 Screening Blocks*
*Day Pass for Senior Citizens: $30*

Artisan Festival World Peace Initiative is a New York State fiscally sponsored 501c3 organization. Artisan Festival International World Peace Initiative is comprised of mini-festivals representative of the Arts (Fine Art, Film, Fashion, Music, Theater) brought together under one umbrella to promote cultural diversity through the arts. Our goal is to bring such rich culture to each community we work with and encourage as much community support as possible to facilitate an understanding that we are a cultural arts organization seeking to add to the communities we serve while simultaneously assisting with peace efforts on a global scale.

 “The mission of Artisan Festival International World Peace Initiative is to bridge the gap in cultural diversity worldwide. By promoting culture other than ones own through film, art, fashion, theatre and music, one can begin to have an understanding and appreciation of others. This is the way to begin creating world peace,” stated Princess Angelique Monét, Festival Founder and Director.

For all media inquiries please email Mark Mitchell at
afi.world.peace@gmail.com