Performance is on the menu at the Watermill Center this weekend. Tomorrow evening at 7:30, Jayoung Chung, a resident artist from Korea, and Nixon Beltran, a performer and dancer, will present a 40-minute multimedia work combining movement, sound, drawing, and text. A reception and conversation with the artists will follow the performance. Reservations are free but required, and may be made at watermillcenter.org.
Saturday will highlight the center’s resident artists, the building, grounds, and collection. Brittany Bailey, a dancer and choreographer, will teach a dance class for “thoughtful movement through life” at noon. From 1 to 4 p.m., Ms. Bailey will present three dance solos, both inside and outside, accompanied by experimental music by Bryce Hackford.
Ms. Chung will open her studio to the community from 1 to 4 p.m., inviting visitors to interact with her work, which blends traditional Korean instruments, sound, drawing, and technology. Also starting at 1, Andrea Cote, an artist from Riverhead, will lead a project for children 6 to 12 years old combining drawing and movement. Tours of the building and grounds are also scheduled during the afternoon.