At Guild Hall
At Mark Borghi Fine Arts on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
Little did Ruth Appelhof know when she stood with the Guild Hall lifetime achievement award winners that she would soon be one of them.
Eric Fischl, far left, with Ms. Appelhof, far right, and the first group of Guild Hall artists in residence. From the left, Tom Yuill, Arcmanoro Niles, Iris Smyles, Jennifer Hsu, and James WangJennifer Landes
Sarah Jessica ParkerJennifer Landes
Welcoming spring with two popular choral classics
Jennifer Farbar | February 23, 2006
At the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton
A collection of 12 songs from the past and present, “Act II” brings together several of the South Fork’s finest musicians
The production of Glenn Feit’s first CD drew enthusiastic participation from local musicians.
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