Virtual Art Exhibition by Volunteers of Guild Hall (VoGH)
will Launch January 1 on the VoGH Website

January 1 – March 31, 2022



December 30, 2021 (East Hampton, NY) – – Suzanne Sylvor, President of Volunteers of Guild Hall (VoGH), has announced VoGH’s first web-based art exhibition showcasing VoGH artist members.

“After our successful 2019 exhibit at the Amagansett Library, we wanted to continue in a COVID-safe, winter-warm location. What could be more welcoming than our own website?” said Sylvor.

The exhibition website will launch on January 1, 2022 and will be online for three months, closing March 31, 2022.

The artist members support Guild Hall’s 90-year tradition of interest in all aspects of the arts: volunteering at Guild Hall’s theater, galleries, and at special events. Many of the artists exhibit and sell at major and local galleries and have their own websites. The artwork will be available to purchase, and interested buyers can contact the artists directly about those exhibited and other works.

Participating artists are include Pamela M. Abrahams, Nancy Brody, Carol David, Elli Dukofsky, Maris Elman, Dale Grant, Ronnie Grill, Barbara Groot, Lorraine Papacosta, Rosa Hanna Scott, Karen Simon, Suzanne Sylvor, Ursula Thomas, Irwin Weinbaum, Susannah Weinbaum, and Judith Wit.

To see their work, visit VoGH’s website: 


Image Caption: worldwind by Karen Simon



VoGH are dedicated group of volunteers assisting the Guild Hall staff where and when needed. They are an independent non-profit incorporated organization that operates with a constitution and by-laws. For over 40 years, invaluable volunteer energy has been channeled into supporting Guild Hall as the center of cultural, educational, and entertaining activities in the town of East Hampton and the surrounding communities.


For more information, visit volunteers-of-guild-hall.constantcontactsites.com.



Guild Hall, one of the first multidisciplinary centers in the country to combine a museum, theater, and education space under one roof, was established in 1931 as a gathering place for community where an appreciation for the arts would serve to encourage greater civic participation. For nine decades, Guild Hall has embraced this open-minded vision and provided a welcoming environment for the public to engage with art exhibitions, performances, and educational offerings. Art and artists have long been the engine of Guild Hall’s activities and the institution continues to find innovative ways to support creativity in everyone.


For more information about this and other programs, visit www.guildhall.org.

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