Isadora Capraro, 2023


Dear Friends,

Happy New Year again!

Many people think that January and February are dull days in Southampton, but for me they are some of my favorite months because we are planning all the exciting arts experiences that we will be bringing to you, our wonderful members and visitors in the year ahead.

Our sponsors play a vital role in our ability to bring world-class, rich and diverse arts programming to Southampton.

Every dollar, every donor, every sponsor makes a difference at SAC. Which is why my deepest thanks goes to our 2023 individual sponsors: Peter & Jamee Gregory, Simone & David Levinson, Elyn & Jeff Kronemeyer, and Dr. Paula Angelone & Gerald Rosengarten.

We are also reliant on our supportive corporate sponsors, Plesser’s, Douglas Elliman, Sotheby’s, Hamptons Fine Art Fair, Manes Peace Prize Foundation, Brown Harris Stevens, Suffolk County Office of Community Affairs, Southampton Tennis Club, Town of Southampton, M&T Bank, Hauser & Wirth, and the Tee & Charles Addams Foundation.

Our media partners play an important role in letting people know about all the wonderful things happening at SAC. James Lane Post, Purist, Hamptons Magazine, Dan’s Papers, WLIW-FM, all of you are invaluable partners, thank you.

Sponsorships of panels, films, exhibitions, receptions and more start at just $1,000 and all sponsors benefit from acknowledgement on printed materials, online, and at in-person events.

A sponsorship at SAC brings amazing arts experiences to Southampton and it is a great way of letting your audiences know you care about this community and the power of the arts to bring us together.

Please call us at 631-283-0967 for more information about the wonderful and exciting opportunities available for the coming year!

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Executive Director


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Saturday, January 27 @ 2 PM + 7 PM
Sunday, January 28 @ 2 PM 
The Glass Menagerie, a well-known and loved literary classic, is a memory play with strong autobiographical elements providing a multifaceted look at a dysfunctional family in the late 1930s. It delves into familial obligations, human frailty and the misplaced hopes and dreams for its characters. The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on its author, his histrionic mother, and his mentally fragile sister. In writing the play, Williams drew on an earlier short story, as well as a screenplay he had written under the title of The Gentleman Caller.Complete your afternoon or evening with dinner. 15% off at Southampton Publik House or a $25 bunch on Sunday, January 28 at Fellingham’s. Proof of ticket purchase required. Reservations must be made at your restaurant of choice. 


Every Friday @ 1 PM 
Working from a live model, artist Linda Capello’s figure drawing workshop will explore techniques of line, mass, gesture, proportion, and foreshortening, starting with short poses and working towards one long pose. Each student will receive personal attention and detailed instruction. Dry mediums such as soft vine charcoal, conte, or graphite, and kneaded erasers, and 14″x17″ or larger pads, are requested.






Southampton Arts Center is committed to community building through the arts. We present and produce inspiring, inclusive, socially and regionally relevant programs across all disciplines – welcoming, connecting, and collaborating with the diverse members of New York’s East End community and beyond. 


Our mailing address is: 

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968 



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