A.M. Homes has been selected for a lifetime achievement award in the literary arts by the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts
A.M. Homes signed copies of her novel “May We Be Forgiven” at the East Hampton Library’s Authors Night in 2013.
Artists were nominated and selected by members of Guild Hall’s Academy of the Arts
Guild Hall’s first five artists in residence will spend the next two months living in Guild House, which is adjacent to the arts center on Dunemere Lane.
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Laurie Lambrecht's "Lightning," a cyanotype on rag paper from 2014
A series of three horticulture-related lectures
Four talks to be presented by the Peconic Land Trust
At the Montauk Library
At National Sawdust in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
At the Bridgehampton Museum’s archive building
At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor