Join Glenn Adamson, curator, writer and historian, and artist Martha Russo for a discussion around LongHouse Reserve’s upcoming exhibition Full Circle: Toshiko Takaezu and Friends, on March 30th at 3pm. LongHouse Director Carrie Rebora Barratt will moderate and share a bit about Toshiko’s great friendship with LongHouse Founder, Jack Lenor Larsen.

Accompanying the concurrent retrospective Toshiko Takaezu: Within Worlds at The Noguchi Museum, LongHouse will display the full complement of its Takaezu works for the first time, supplemented by key loans. To provide the ideal setting for this, LongHouse will also display the work of other artists whose lives and careers were deeply touched by Takaezu: the pioneering fiber artist and collagiste Lenore Tawney; Takaezu’s close friend and fellow Cranbrook alumna Anna Kang; and two artists who apprenticed with Takaezu, then went on to prominent careers in sculpture, Fitzhugh Karol and Martha Russo. 

March 30th is also LongHouse’s Rites of Spring Opening Celebration, with activities throughout the day – let us know if you can come to the talk or anything below!


10:30 am – 12:30 pm Come, Sit, Stay: Dog Day
10:30 am – 12:30 pm Members Morning, including Make a Spring Basket, a hands-on activity for families with The Shine Studio
12:30-2 pm-  Make a Spring Headdress workshop with Neo-Political Cowgirls
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Docent-Guided Tour
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Docent-Guided Tour
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm LongHouse Talk with Glenn Adamson on Toshiko Takaezu


New Art in the Garden to see:
Agathe Snow, “Out of the Storm”
Bill King, “Kontest”
Robert Lobe, “Dryad”
Monica Banks, “Bird Happenings at LongHouse” 


LongHouse Reserve, 133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton

631 329 3568



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