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This week on New York's arts scene, it's all about face time. We're talking negative space photo-realism and student-curated portraits, a close-up look at religious snake handlers and a celebration of some of the most iconic rockers in the last 50 years. It's time for you to come face-to-face with what this week's gallery hopping and benefit hosting has to offer - all in this week's art round-up! More»
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: The Hamptons For Haiti held its brunch at The Ross School on Sunday with host Maria Bello. Co-hosts included Mariska Hargitay, Donna Karan, Patricia Arquette, WeAdvance.org, GlobalDirt.org and Plum Hamptons Magazine for the event which included food, a cocktail reception, and a musical performance by The Diva of Haiti Barbara Guillaume. We've got pics. MORE>>>
The Hamptons For Haiti brunch at The Ross School last Sunday was the first fundraiser hosted by Maria Bello to help benefit Cité Soleil in Haiti, the poorest region in the Western hemisphere. The event included brunch and cocktail reception, musical performance by The Diva of Haiti Barbara Guillaume. Co-hosts included Mariska Hargitay, Donna Karan, Patricia Arquette, WeAdvance.org, GlobalDirt.org and Plum Hamptons Magazine. Not only was the guest list star studded, including guests like Hilary Rhoda, but so were the giveaways.
You are invited to attend this amazing party benefiting Haiti this Sunday in East Hampton! See below for details... More»
The Retreat threw its 16th Annual Artists Against Abuse Benefit Gala at the Ross School Lower Campus Field House on Saturday. The Retreat is the only domestic violence agency on the East End of Long Island that provides both residential and non-residential comprehensive services, free of charge, to women and children in need. Recipients of the Hope Award were Mariska Hargitay and New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle for their passion and dedication to the victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. George Stephanopoulos and Alexandra Wentworth hosted the event and Gina Glickman Giordan was the Mistress of Ceremonies. Other attendees included Debra Messing, Ramona and Mario Singer and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps. The after party was held at Georgica in East Hampton with music by DJ Price. More»
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The 15th annual Artists Against Abuse gala at the Ross School brought artists and philanthropists together to raise money for the Retreat, a non-profit group that provides shelter, counseling, hotlines and legal advocacy for domestic abuse victims on the East End. More»
Where: Georgica Restaurant & Lounge: 108 Wainscott Stone Rd., E. Hampton
Why: Because the last weekend of summer has arrived and there's no time to be sad, only time to enjoy it with your friends and a celebrity DJ perhaps? The now established footwear entrepreneur DJ Cassidy is coming back to the Hamptons. This time to take on the turntables at the popular East Hampton hot spot Georgica along with NYC and Hamptons fave DJ Mel Debarge. Join the Eldridge crowd as Georgica caps off their summer with a huge Labor Day celebration
When: Saturday, 11pm
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: Look how fabulous Christie Brinkley was looking last weekend at the Ross School's Annual Celebrity Tennis Event in East Hampton. She was in good company as tennis stars like Andre Agassi, Petr Korda, Rennae Stubbs and coach Nick Bollettieri were all present, along with Alec Baldwin, Ramona Singer, Rufus Wainwright, Kelly Bensimon, Aubrey O'day, and LuAnn de Lesseps.
The Watermill Concert 2009: Last Song of Summer
Where: Ross School-Lower Campus' Fieldhouse, Bridgehampton
Why: Hurricane Danny is NOT ruining our Hamptons weekend! It's just moving things around a bit. The highly anticipated Watermill Concert will still be going strong tomorrow. Rufus Wainwright and Norah Jones with Martha Wainwright will perform at The Watermill Center Concert 2009: Last Song of Summer. Concert Co-Chairs include Lisa Anastos, Martin Dawson, Amanda Hearst, Shamim M. Momin, Dalia Oberlander, Arden Wohl and Viktor & Rolf. Tickets start at $125 or $500 for VIP backstage access and a meet-and-greet with the artists. Tickets can be purchased online at lastsong.eventbrite.com or by calling (212) 253-7484 ext 10.
When: Saturday, 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.