THE CHURCH IS CLOSED FOR THE INSTALLATION OF
ROAD RAGE, OUR NEW EXHIBITION, OPENING JUNE 25TH
Get ready for the exhibition of the summer with ROAD RAGE. "Anyone who has been in a car, wanted a car, hated a car or lives for cars is going to be blown away by the wealth of work in this show."
– Eric Fischl
Artist Justin Favela, now in residence at The Church, is making one of his fantastic lowriders. He is known for honoring his Mexican/Guatemalan heritage, working with traditional piñata materials.
Photo Credit: Peterson Automotive Museum
DON LEMON IN CONVERSATION AT THE CHURCH WITH DR. GEORGETTE GRIER-KEY, JUNE 13TH
Sunday, June 13th, 10am-11am
The Social Justice Committee of Temple Adas Israel, in partnership with The Church, is proud to welcome Sag Harbor resident Don Lemon, host of CNN Don Lemon Tonight for a virtual book event in celebration of his new book, This Is the Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism.
As America’s only Black prime-time anchor, Lemon’s daily monologues on racism and on America’s systemic flaws speak for his millions of fans. Lemon was the leading voice on CNN guiding viewers through the death of George Floyd and a summer of nationwide protests and riots. Now, in an urgent, deeply personal, riveting plea, he shows us all how deep our problems lie, and what we can do to begin to fix them.
Join us for a discussion moderated by local historian Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, the Executive Director of Sag Harbor’s Eastville Community Historical Society.
Signed copies of Don Lemon's book can be purchased from Canio's Books, Sag Harbor. Please call or email, 631.725.4926 or email@example.com. Order today! Canio's is happy to ship to you if you'd like. Books, without signature, can also be purchased online at bookshop.org/shop/caniosbooks. Thank you for supporting a local independent bookstore!
Special thanks to the Social Justice Committee of Temple Adas Israel for thinking of The Church for this event. We are delighted to once again collaborate with Temple Adas Israel.
Alice Aycock, Twister Grande (tall), 2019, powder coated aluminum 12' high (approx)
We are thrilled to have Aycock's magnificent sculpture "in residence" at The Church.
TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE CHURCH
A Virtual Tour of The Church
Directed by Nick Whelan
With Music by G.E. Smith
In case you can't come visit at this time, Please enjoy this wonderful video that talented young filmmaker Nick Whelan directed for us, uploaded to our YouTube Channel. We are deeply grateful for Nick's contribution to The Church, and to G.E. Smith who played one of the guitars crafted for us by Cindy Hulej of Carmine Street Guitars.
Why a guitar made from Church wood? We invite you to read a great article from the Sag Harbor Express
by Bryan Boyhan that explains why The Church's wood makes great musical instruments!
Un Recorrido Virtual Por The Church
Dirigida por Nick Whelan
Con música de G.E. Smith
Si no puede visitar en este momento, por favor, disfruten de este maravilloso video que el talentoso joven cineasta Nick Whelan dirigió para nosotros. Estamos profundamente agradecidos por su contribución a La Iglesia y a G.E. Smith, que tocó una de las guitarras creadas para nosotros por Cindy Hulej de Carmine Street Guitars. ¡Por favor, vea la historia que explica por qué la madera de The Church hace excelentes instrumentos musicales!
The mission of the Sag Harbor Church (The Church) is to
foster creativity on the East End to honor the living
history of Sag Harbor as a “maker” Village.
The Church will champion new and traditional technologies
through collaboration, education and outreach.
The Church is operated by Edge and Center, Inc, a not-for-profit public charity, EIN # 84-1866415.
Although we have almost completed renovation of the deconsecrated Methodist Church as a creative resource, we hope that fall of 2020 may be a safe date for opening to the general public, depending on the pandemic. Artists-in-residence will be invited as soon as possible, and will be chosen by recommenders rather than by open submission.
See our Plans page for more detailed information.
See our Behind the Scenes page for architectural progress reports from our architect Lee Skolnick.
Check back for updates and sign up for our email list.
SUPPORT THE CHURCH
The Church is a recognized 501(c)3, and may receive donations that are fully tax-deductible.
Our name is Edge and Center, Inc, doing business as The Church, and our EIN # is 84-1866415.
We are seeking contributions for programming and education.