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Stakeholders Discuss Arts and Culture District’s Future in Southampton Village at Express Sessions Event

Can Southampton Village Build on its Arts and Cultural Heritage?
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Can Southampton Village Build on its Arts and Cultural Heritage?

Panelists Kirsten Lonnie, Dr. Georgette Grier-Key and Paton Miller at the Express Session on January 12.   KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelists Kirsten Lonnie, Dr. Georgette Grier-Key and Paton Miller at the Express Session on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Express Session,

The Express Session, "Can Southampton Village Build on Its Arts and Cultural Heritage," on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren, Kirsten Lonnie and Dr. Georgette Grier-Key.   KYRIL BROMLEY

Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren, Kirsten Lonnie and Dr. Georgette Grier-Key. KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelist Christina Strassfield.   KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelist Christina Strassfield. KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelist Georgette Grier-Key.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelist Georgette Grier-Key. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Express Session,

The Express Session, "Can Southampton Village Build on Its Arts and Cultural Heritage," on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Express Session,

The Express Session, "Can Southampton Village Build on Its Arts and Cultural Heritage," on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Express Session,

The Express Session, "Can Southampton Village Build on Its Arts and Cultural Heritage," on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelist Kirsten Lonnie makes a point at the Express Session on January 12.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Panelist Kirsten Lonnie makes a point at the Express Session on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Express Session,

The Express Session, "Can Southampton Village Build on Its Arts and Cultural Heritage," on January 12. KYRIL BROMLEY

Artist John Melillo poses a question.  KYRIL BROMLEY

Artist John Melillo poses a question. KYRIL BROMLEY

Amy Kirwin of Guild Hall.   KYRIL BROMLEY

Amy Kirwin of Guild Hall. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorCailin Riley on Jan 18, 2023
When the artist Paton Miller first came to Southampton in 1974, he had only $40 in his pocket, and a burning desire to continue making art. What he needed was... more

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