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Community Day: Savor the Summer

FREE Arts & Food Festival

June 23, 10 am - 5 pm

Join us as we celebrate art, artists, and food! Adults, children, and families can experience everything the Parrish Art Museum offers. Guests enjoy free admission all day alongside free activities including film screenings, art workshops, and guided viewing in the galleries. Museum educators, Parrish docents, teaching artists from the community, and other staff will be onsite to support these activities and to answer any questions you may have.

SCHEDULE

Free Admission | 10 AM–5 PM | Galleries, Shop, Café, Outdoors
All visitors enjoy free admission to the Museum’s galleries, Creativity Lounge, Museum Shop, and Parrish Café!

While you’re in our lobby, try out our new Mini Print Vending Machine! Brought to us by Inciardi Prints, the Mini Print Vending Machine dispenses a surprise print for just $1 (in quarters).

Print artist Anastasia Inciardi dreamed up this idea, inspired by nostalgic vending machines on Brooklyn’s sidewalks. Since its introduction in 2022, the Mini Print Vending Machine has grown in popularity with over 17 million views on Instagram. Anastasia, who has a print studio in Portland, Maine, has a deep connection to Amagansett, where she spent her summers at her grandparents’ home. She has a long-standing appreciation for the Parrish Art Museum and will be creating custom prints for the Parrish!

Fallen Fruit Talk & Art Project | 11 AM–1:30 PM
Join the art collaboration Fallen Fruit in a talk and participatory art project plus tastings of local foods!

David Allen Burns and Austin Young / Fallen Fruit present an informal discussion about their twenty-year practice of commissioned art projects in the public realm. These immersive experience-based artworks are created for cities around the world. The selected works are often considered contemporary portraits of a city or place. Using strategies of collage and collaboration, Austin and David from Fallen Fruit will create a topical magazine with participants. Join us and contribute to the digital zine created specifically for the Parrish Art Museum and the East End of Long Island.

“For our work, we are committed to making artworks that celebrate the public and local history. We love to make art with people. Storytelling and artmaking during the events become … a portrait of the place or everyone who is there that day. The magazine itself becomes an artwork that is made from the public and by the public. Much of the art work we make is serialized work and the collections represent cities around the world. In this way, the works are extending and reactivating in different ways, new exhibitions and practices.”—Fallen Fruit

Food Trucks | 11:30 AM–3:30 PM
Balo’s, Mattitaco, and Mister Softee (1 PM)

Art Workshops | 11:30 AM–4:30 PM | The Mildred C. Brinn Terrace
Food sculpture with Model Magic and tape, vegetable printing, recycled packaging project, and more!

Guided Gallery Visits with Docents | 12:30–3:30 PM
Docents available for guided viewing in the galleries on Simón Vega: Tropical Space Castaways and The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.

Bilingual Tour | 1–1:45 PM
Tour Bilingüe | 1–1:45 PM
Tour of The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, in English and Spanish with Grisel Balthazar.
Recorrido por El Arte de la Comida: De las Colecciones de Jordan D. Schnitzer y su Fundación Familiar, en inglés y español con Grisel Balthazar.

Film Screening | 1:30–3 PM | The Lichtenstein Theater
Secrets of Spain, 2023, 42 min. Co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest. Q&A to follow the film with Eva Lindemann-Sanchez, Director & Producer, Antonio Sanchez, Editor, and Jacqui Lofaro, Executive Director of Hamptons Doc Fest. Trailer available here.

Synopsis: Siblings Gioconda and George Scott share an insider’s journey through the rich gastronomic history of southern Spain. After growing up in the area, they lend their expertise to reveal unexpected locations for the best food experiences in the region.

Support for films at the Parrish is provided in part by Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs.

Live Music | 2:30–4:30 PM | The Mildred C. Brinn Terrace
The Stardust Jazz Trio features Julie Bluestone, saxophone; Bill Smith, piano, and Mike Guglielmo, drums. The Trio will perform American standards.

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Date:
June 23
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
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Community Day: Savor the Summer

FREE Arts & Food Festival

June 23, 10 am - 5 pm

Join us as we celebrate art, artists, and food! Adults, children, and families can experience everything the Parrish Art Museum offers. Guests enjoy free admission all day alongside free activities including film screenings, art workshops, and guided viewing in the galleries. Museum educators, Parrish docents, teaching artists from the community, and other staff will be onsite to support these activities and to answer any questions you may have.

SCHEDULE

Free Admission | 10 AM–5 PM | Galleries, Shop, Café, Outdoors
All visitors enjoy free admission to the Museum’s galleries, Creativity Lounge, Museum Shop, and Parrish Café!

While you’re in our lobby, try out our new Mini Print Vending Machine! Brought to us by Inciardi Prints, the Mini Print Vending Machine dispenses a surprise print for just $1 (in quarters).

Print artist Anastasia Inciardi dreamed up this idea, inspired by nostalgic vending machines on Brooklyn’s sidewalks. Since its introduction in 2022, the Mini Print Vending Machine has grown in popularity with over 17 million views on Instagram. Anastasia, who has a print studio in Portland, Maine, has a deep connection to Amagansett, where she spent her summers at her grandparents’ home. She has a long-standing appreciation for the Parrish Art Museum and will be creating custom prints for the Parrish!

Fallen Fruit Talk & Art Project | 11 AM–1:30 PM
Join the art collaboration Fallen Fruit in a talk and participatory art project plus tastings of local foods!

David Allen Burns and Austin Young / Fallen Fruit present an informal discussion about their twenty-year practice of commissioned art projects in the public realm. These immersive experience-based artworks are created for cities around the world. The selected works are often considered contemporary portraits of a city or place. Using strategies of collage and collaboration, Austin and David from Fallen Fruit will create a topical magazine with participants. Join us and contribute to the digital zine created specifically for the Parrish Art Museum and the East End of Long Island.

“For our work, we are committed to making artworks that celebrate the public and local history. We love to make art with people. Storytelling and artmaking during the events become … a portrait of the place or everyone who is there that day. The magazine itself becomes an artwork that is made from the public and by the public. Much of the art work we make is serialized work and the collections represent cities around the world. In this way, the works are extending and reactivating in different ways, new exhibitions and practices.”—Fallen Fruit

Food Trucks | 11:30 AM–3:30 PM
Balo’s, Mattitaco, and Mister Softee (1 PM)

Art Workshops | 11:30 AM–4:30 PM | The Mildred C. Brinn Terrace
Food sculpture with Model Magic and tape, vegetable printing, recycled packaging project, and more!

Guided Gallery Visits with Docents | 12:30–3:30 PM
Docents available for guided viewing in the galleries on Simón Vega: Tropical Space Castaways and The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.

Bilingual Tour | 1–1:45 PM
Tour Bilingüe | 1–1:45 PM
Tour of The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, in English and Spanish with Grisel Balthazar.
Recorrido por El Arte de la Comida: De las Colecciones de Jordan D. Schnitzer y su Fundación Familiar, en inglés y español con Grisel Balthazar.

Film Screening | 1:30–3 PM | The Lichtenstein Theater
Secrets of Spain, 2023, 42 min. Co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest. Q&A to follow the film with Eva Lindemann-Sanchez, Director & Producer, Antonio Sanchez, Editor, and Jacqui Lofaro, Executive Director of Hamptons Doc Fest. Trailer available here.

Synopsis: Siblings Gioconda and George Scott share an insider’s journey through the rich gastronomic history of southern Spain. After growing up in the area, they lend their expertise to reveal unexpected locations for the best food experiences in the region.

Support for films at the Parrish is provided in part by Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs.

Live Music | 2:30–4:30 PM | The Mildred C. Brinn Terrace
The Stardust Jazz Trio features Julie Bluestone, saxophone; Bill Smith, piano, and Mike Guglielmo, drums. The Trio will perform American standards.