2017 schedule of events
FRIDAY APRIL 21 - 6 PM - A Screening of panel discussion from the NYC Launch of Knight Frank Residential - Douglas Elliman 2017 Wealth Report.
Moderated by Dawn Watson of Hamptons Party Girl and Public Relations Manager for Douglas Elliman Hamptons and Long Island in collaboration with
Douglas Elliman Licensed Realtor Anahi DeCanio
Art Exhibit Preview - Meet the Artists Reception
SATURDAY APRIL 22 - 10-5
- ART & DESIGN SHOW -
SATURDAY APRIL 22 - 5 TO 8 PM
- ART OPENING RECEPTION -
SATURDAY APRIL 22 - 5 to 8 PM
- AT RECEPTION CLOSING -
a Unique Motion graphics video: “REBOOT” and "REDRESS" a projection mapped motion
graphics video by John Jinks, viewed on the outside of Ashawagh Hall at dusk! Think very cool Drive-In Movie!
SUNDAY - APRIL 23
- ART & DESIGN SHOW - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
OUTSIDE POP MARKET WITH
AMBER WAVES FARM
MAIDEN LONG ISLAND
SUNDAY - APRIL 23 - 1 PM
Thought Provoking Earth Day Panel Discussion moderated by Cultural Curator Pamela Willoughby.
Panelists include members of Amber Waves Farm Katie Rose Leonard Laura Rose Dailey, members
from Share the Harvest Farm, Ella Snow and Scott Bluedorn.
Light Brunch will be served to invited guests.
RSVP Requested. Seating is limited.
SUNDAY - APRIL 23 - 3:30 - 4:15
- “Hans Van de Bovenkamp: In His Own Words” - by filmmaker John Jinks - (30 Minutes)
- " A Guitar Maker's Path" A collage preview of Jinks new work in progress about the journey of classic guitar maker Luthier Carlos Barrios. (8 Minutes)
About Hans van de Bovenkamp
Renowned for his monumental sculptures, created primarily for open-air public locales,
with over 100 commissioned sculptures to his credit. A Dutchman and a youthful immigrant
to Ontario, Canada, and then the United States, Bovenkamp was part of the avant-guard Tenth
Street scene in the New York City of the 1960s. His works can be seen in public, civic, corporate
and private collections.
Hans Van de Bovenkamp has been described as an artist-mystic whose work heightens
the viewer’s sense of imagination and discovery. In this collage of words and images from
artist and filmmaker John Jinks, Hans explains his process of creation.