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The Art of Community

A Parrish Business Event, Open to All

April 26, 6 pm - 7:30 pm

REGISTER

Free for Parrish Business Members | $10 Parrish Members | $20 Adults | $12 Member’s Guests | $14 Seniors

Join us for an inspiring evening as we unpack the transformative power of community engagement in the business world. Hear firsthand from local business leaders who extend their reach and impact beyond their businesses. Our panel will share their motivations, innovative approaches, and diverse ways in which they allocate their time and resources for the betterment of their communities.

We invite you to be part of this enriching conversation by sharing your own experiences, interests, and questions. Together, let’s explore how businesses and business leaders can become catalysts for social good and forge stronger connections with the communities they serve.

Event includes group discussions and networking opportunities with our presenters.

Guest Presenters:
Oscar Molina, Artist and owner of Oscar Molina Gallery, Southampton
Dede Gotthelf, Owner of Southampton Inn, Southampton
Jolie Parcher, Owner of Mandala Yoga Center for Healing Arts, Amagansett
John J. Leonard, The Law Office of John J. Leonard, Hampton Bays

Bios:

Oscar Molina is a multi-faceted painter and sculp­tor who lives and works in Southampton, NY. Molina is most well-known for his “Children of the World” series which consists of large and small-scale sculp­tures as well as abstract paintings. The works in this series are inspired by and emanate from the artist’s vivid memories of his treacherous journey through the desert as a 16-year-old youth escaping the vio­lence of then war-torn El Salvador in the hopes of finding safe haven in the United States.

Dede Gotthelf purchased the Southampton Inn and other development properties in the town after a highly successful career in banking, brokerage, and government. Dede is active on several local boards and advisory committees; was recognized as one of the Top 100 Real Estate Women of the 21st Century by AREW; awarded New York State Women of Distinction (New York State); Certificate of Special Achievement for urban planning by the New Your State governor. Dede is an honors graduate from Williams College, the Bearley School, and holds a sailing captain’s license. With a dedicated and experienced day-to-day management team at the Inn, Dede is focused on her passion to make the East End a sustainable year-round community through staff housing and tourism while maintaining the culture and beauty of our community.

Jolie Parcher is the Founder and Director of Mandala Yoga Center for Healing Arts and has been a certified yoga teacher from The Patanjali Yoga Center in Kathmandu, Nepal since 1990. Jolie is certified as an Ayurvedic Diet and Lifestyle Practitioner from the Kripalu School of Ayurveda and is trained as a practitioner of the Ayurvedic hands on Treatments as well as an Aromatherapist.

John J. Leonard, of The Law Office of John J. Leonard, is an attorney engaged in private practice in Hampton Bays with a focus on civil litigation, matrimonial and family law, real estate, and estate planning. Active in his community, John is a member of the Town of Southampton East End Regional Intervention Court, a diversion criminal drug court, and the Town of Southampton Zoning Board of Appeals, as well the Hampton Bays chapters of the Rotary Club and the LeTip networking group. John lives in Hampton Bays with his husband, Gene Valle, and their little dog, Tiny Tim.

 

Advance registration is preferred. Come early and explore the Museum galleries and the exhibitions on view, including Across the Avenues: Fairfield Porter in New York, Beyond the Horizon: Interpretations of the Landscape from Women in the Permanent Collection, Simón Vega: Tropical Space Castaways, and The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.

 

SAVE THE DATE
August 2 | Annual Summer Social on the Terrace for Business Professionals

Includes a private tour of the galleries and wine and cheese on the Terrace ahead of the Museum’s Jazz concert. Separate tickets are needed for the concert. Must be a current Business Member to attend.

 

Business Events are organized by the Parrish’s Business Council. Members include Erik Fredrickson, Fredrickson Consulting Group (Council Chair); Nadine Homann, NH Design Studios, Inc.; Diana Pepi Stott, Pepi Design Group, LLC; Lisa Saladino, The Hackett Group, Merrill Lynch; Joyce Siegel, Joyce’s Art Walk; and Linda A Smith, Linda A. Smith Associates.

Venue

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
Phone:
631-283-2118
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The Art of Community

A Parrish Business Event, Open to All

April 26, 6 pm - 7:30 pm

REGISTER

Free for Parrish Business Members | $10 Parrish Members | $20 Adults | $12 Member’s Guests | $14 Seniors

Join us for an inspiring evening as we unpack the transformative power of community engagement in the business world. Hear firsthand from local business leaders who extend their reach and impact beyond their businesses. Our panel will share their motivations, innovative approaches, and diverse ways in which they allocate their time and resources for the betterment of their communities.

We invite you to be part of this enriching conversation by sharing your own experiences, interests, and questions. Together, let’s explore how businesses and business leaders can become catalysts for social good and forge stronger connections with the communities they serve.

Event includes group discussions and networking opportunities with our presenters.

Guest Presenters:
Oscar Molina, Artist and owner of Oscar Molina Gallery, Southampton
Dede Gotthelf, Owner of Southampton Inn, Southampton
Jolie Parcher, Owner of Mandala Yoga Center for Healing Arts, Amagansett
John J. Leonard, The Law Office of John J. Leonard, Hampton Bays

Bios:

Oscar Molina is a multi-faceted painter and sculp­tor who lives and works in Southampton, NY. Molina is most well-known for his “Children of the World” series which consists of large and small-scale sculp­tures as well as abstract paintings. The works in this series are inspired by and emanate from the artist’s vivid memories of his treacherous journey through the desert as a 16-year-old youth escaping the vio­lence of then war-torn El Salvador in the hopes of finding safe haven in the United States.

Dede Gotthelf purchased the Southampton Inn and other development properties in the town after a highly successful career in banking, brokerage, and government. Dede is active on several local boards and advisory committees; was recognized as one of the Top 100 Real Estate Women of the 21st Century by AREW; awarded New York State Women of Distinction (New York State); Certificate of Special Achievement for urban planning by the New Your State governor. Dede is an honors graduate from Williams College, the Bearley School, and holds a sailing captain’s license. With a dedicated and experienced day-to-day management team at the Inn, Dede is focused on her passion to make the East End a sustainable year-round community through staff housing and tourism while maintaining the culture and beauty of our community.

Jolie Parcher is the Founder and Director of Mandala Yoga Center for Healing Arts and has been a certified yoga teacher from The Patanjali Yoga Center in Kathmandu, Nepal since 1990. Jolie is certified as an Ayurvedic Diet and Lifestyle Practitioner from the Kripalu School of Ayurveda and is trained as a practitioner of the Ayurvedic hands on Treatments as well as an Aromatherapist.

John J. Leonard, of The Law Office of John J. Leonard, is an attorney engaged in private practice in Hampton Bays with a focus on civil litigation, matrimonial and family law, real estate, and estate planning. Active in his community, John is a member of the Town of Southampton East End Regional Intervention Court, a diversion criminal drug court, and the Town of Southampton Zoning Board of Appeals, as well the Hampton Bays chapters of the Rotary Club and the LeTip networking group. John lives in Hampton Bays with his husband, Gene Valle, and their little dog, Tiny Tim.

 

Advance registration is preferred. Come early and explore the Museum galleries and the exhibitions on view, including Across the Avenues: Fairfield Porter in New York, Beyond the Horizon: Interpretations of the Landscape from Women in the Permanent Collection, Simón Vega: Tropical Space Castaways, and The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.

 

SAVE THE DATE
August 2 | Annual Summer Social on the Terrace for Business Professionals

Includes a private tour of the galleries and wine and cheese on the Terrace ahead of the Museum’s Jazz concert. Separate tickets are needed for the concert. Must be a current Business Member to attend.

 

Business Events are organized by the Parrish’s Business Council. Members include Erik Fredrickson, Fredrickson Consulting Group (Council Chair); Nadine Homann, NH Design Studios, Inc.; Diana Pepi Stott, Pepi Design Group, LLC; Lisa Saladino, The Hackett Group, Merrill Lynch; Joyce Siegel, Joyce’s Art Walk; and Linda A Smith, Linda A. Smith Associates.