Annual Watermill Center Open Day Is Sunday

Robert Wilson's Watermill Center hosts free day of art, performances, and food
Performers at the Devil's Heaven benefit at the Watermill Center earlier this summer. David E. Rattray

One of the summer’s highlights, Discover Watermill, a free event at the Watermill Center on Sunday, offers an opportunity to take in a wide variety of meet diverse artists, participate in workshops, and simply walk the center’s landscaped grounds. The address is 39 Watermill Towd Road in Water Mill; hours are 3 to 6 p.m.

Guests can meet with artists from more than 30 countries who are taking part in the center’s International Summer Program and see their new installations and performances. Participants come from Japan, Romania, Greece, India, the United States, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Sweden, South Korea, Russia, and Brazil.

Other things to do include a children's art workshop led by some of the summer artists and a "staging workshop" lead by Mr. Wilson of his production of "La Traviata" that will premiere in Madrid in 2015. Tours of the exhibitions "Dieter Meier and the Yello Years," curated by Harald Falckenberg and Tony Guerrero, and "African House," a tribute exhibition to Clementine Hunter, will be offered as well.

Materials will be available about upcoming workshop such as "Bonnie and Clyde," "Rhinoceros," "I La Galigo," and "The Black Rider." Materials that chronicle the last four years of the Watermill Dual Language Project will also be available. Refreshments will be provided by Hampton Coffee, GUS Grown Up Soda, and SoulCycle.