Meet And Greet Sheri Pasquarella At The Church - 27 East

Arts & Living

Arts & Living / 2007164

Meet And Greet Sheri Pasquarella At The Church

icon 1 Photo
The Church will host a Meet and Greet with new executive director Sheri L. Pasquarella on August 13. COURTESY THE CHURCH

The Church will host a Meet and Greet with new executive director Sheri L. Pasquarella on August 13. COURTESY THE CHURCH

authorStaff Writer on Aug 5, 2022

The Church will host a morning Meet and Greet with Sheri L. Pasquarella, the organization’s new executive director, on Saturday, August 13, at 10 a.m. followed by an 11 a.m. conversation between Pasquarella and The Church’s chief curator, Sara Cochran. This event is free and open to the public.

The meet and greet will allow all members of the community to chat with Pasquarella in a casual, welcoming environment. The event will be held on the ground floor level. Coffee and breakfast treats will be served.

Immediately following, Pasquarella and Cochran will discuss their respective past professional experiences, the future of The Church, and the cultural history and landscape of Sag Harbor and the East End, and reflect upon the role of art and creativity in community. This will be followed by a Q&A.

“Returning to the East End of Long Island after more than two decades working in New York City is a thrill and profound honor,” said Pasquarella who grew up on the South Fork. “I look forward to meeting the artists, neighbors, friends, and supporters and welcome their questions, thoughts and ideas. I admire the work that Sara has pioneered with Eric and April, and look forward to a bright future together.”

“I am greatly looking forward to working with Sheri to forward the role of The Church as an artistic center for our community and our region,” Cochran added. “After the tremendous first year, we are ready to start shaping the institution in more direct ways. This is an exciting time to hold this conversation and work toward a shared future.”

For the past 17 years, Sheri Pasquarella owned and led SLP, a Manhattan-based consultancy that provided services across the international arts ecosystem, including an art advisory and business and strategic advisement to artists, galleries, nonprofits, museums and design businesses. SLP will close in September 2022. She is originally from the East End of Long Island, and her first-ever job was at Guild Hall in 1996.

The Church is at 48 Madison Street, Sag Harbor. For more information visit thechurchsagharbor.org.

You May Also Like:

30th Anniversary Of The Hamptons International Film Festival Honors Actress Mariska Hargitay

On Friday, August 12, the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) announced that Emmy Award-winning actress ... 12 Aug 2022 by Staff Writer

The Suffolk Welcomes Glenn Miller Orchestra

On Sunday, August 21, at 4 p.m., Suffolk Theater in Riverhead presents the Glenn Miller ... by Staff Writer

Artists Of Shelter Island Studio Tour

The 12th annual ARTSI (Artists Of Shelter Island) Open Studios Tour, which draws art lovers ... by Staff Writer

Sag Harbor Cinema Hosts A Sneak Peak Preview Of ‘Billy Joel: Live At Yankee Stadium’

Ahead of its worldwide release in October, Sag Harbor Cinema will host a sneak preview ... by Staff Writer

Celebrity Confessions At SAC

Southampton Arts Center (SAC) presents the acclaimed comedy Broadway sensation “Celebrity Autobiography” for one night ... 11 Aug 2022 by Staff Writer

An Evening At Topping Rose

Bay Street Theater will host “An Evening at Topping Rose” on Thursday, August 18, at ... by Staff Writer

Jennifer Bartlett: An Appreciation

Over the course of her long career, artist Jennifer Bartlett demonstrated a wonderfully keen eye ... 9 Aug 2022 by Terrie Sultan

A Summer Affair For WHBPAC’s Arts Academy

In the spirit of the summer season of gala fundraisers, on Saturday, August 13, Westhampton ... by Staff Writer

Hamptons Dance Project Returns

This weekend, Jose Sebastian and Hamptons Dance Project (HDP) return to Guild Hall for their ... by Staff Writer

Three Women At Mark Borghi

Mark Borghi in Sag Harbor opens a group exhibition titled “3 Women Walk Into A ... by Staff Writer