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A Late Night Open Studio at The Church

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Artists working in the studio at The Church. COURTESY THE CHURCH

Artists working in the studio at The Church. COURTESY THE CHURCH

The Church studio. SCOTT FRANCES

The Church studio. SCOTT FRANCES

authorStaff Writer on Jan 25, 2023

As the winter months roll in, The Church is passionate about welcoming artists to its space and establishing an oasis for creative inspiration and connection. Late Night Open Studio on Friday, February 10, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. will be the first of many after-hour open studio sessions. Artists of all mediums are invited to join, socialize and work on any projects, whether past or current. Think coffee shop or a library for creatives, for moments when you would rather work in a community environment as opposed to alone in your studio or home.

Attendees are responsible for bringing all their own supplies (including easels). The Church is solely providing its studio (including tables and chairs) for artists to utilize and garner inspiration from. This open studio is free with RSVP, and all ages are welcome. Whether a painter, illustrator, sculptor, photographer, writer or musician, all are welcome to come and help form a community and change the stereotype that all artists are introverts.

This program operates on a first come, first serve basis with artist’s reserving through the website for a spot in the studio. Artists are responsible for all their own clean-up, which should begin a half an hour before the event concludes.

The Church is at 48 Madison Street in Sag Harbor. For more information or to reserve for the February 10 Late Night Open Studio, visit thechurchsagharbor.org.

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