3.9/ Parrish Art: PechaKucha Night Hamptons, Friday, March 17, 6 PM





A fashion designer, winemaker, horticulturist, Shinnecock Nation member,
authors, and artists present at Vol. 19 of the popular international series

image001-39Painter Eric Dever. Photo: Daniel Gonzalez

The Parrish Art Museum will feature speakers from varied fields giving rapid-fire presentations about living creatively on the East End at Vol. 19 of PechaKucha Night Hamptons. In this iteration of PechaKucha, on Friday, March 17 at 6pm, each participant will show 20 slides for 20 seconds in a compelling 6-minute and 40-second long presentations. Presenters include fashion designer/Morgane Le Fay founder Liliana Casabal; artist/educator/curator Jennifer Cross; painter Eric Dever; artist/educator Patricia Maurides; winemaker Miguel Martin; horticulturist Tony Piazza; Madoo Conservancy Executive Director/author Alejandro Saralegui; and Shinnecock Nation member Shane Weeks.

“The wealth of creativity in the East End community is just amazing,” said Corinne Erni, Curator of Special Projects. “The Parrish has presented PechaKucha nights four times a year for several years now, and we keep discovering more talent.”

Liliana Casabal is the Argentine-born founder of the high-end women’s clothing line, Morgane Le Fay, Founded in 1982 and rooted in SoHo, it maintains its influence from the artists and creative thinkers there whose ideas permeated its cobble-stoned streets and haunting gallery spaces. The company expanded to stores on the Upper East Side, as well as Santa Monica and Malibu.

Jennifer Cross is an artist, educator, and curator who has shown her work both in New York City and on the East End. She currently serves as Dean of Visual Art at Ross School, where she helped develop the Integrated Arts Curriculum and establish the Ross Gallery.

The work of painter Eric Dever is part of significant public collections, including Grey Art Gallery at New York University, Guild Hall, and the Parrish Art Museum. His paintings are currently on view at the U.S. Embassy in Hong Kong. Dever will discuss the concepts light, energy, and matter.

Originally from Córdoba, Spain, Miguel Martin is the General Manager/Winemaker at Palmer Vineyards, one of the North Fork’s oldest wineries. He has traveled the world to learn about and his craft, and has worked for some of the world’s most notable wine producers in Spain, California, Australia, and Chile.  

Patricia Maurides is a visual artist and educator who recently moved to Sag Harbor. Her work explores origins, both cultural and genealogical. For nearly two decades she developed and taught courses bridging the fine arts, natural sciences, and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. 

Tony Piazza, who founded Piazza Horticultural in 1998, sits on the Longhouse Garden Committee and the Parrish Landscape Committee. He was a contributing artist at The Watermill Center and project director for Toni Ross’s 2016 Parrish Road Show project, Permanent Transience.

Alejandro Saralegui started his career at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and continued his professional work in galleries, magazines, fashion, and gardening. In 2009, he joined Madoo Conservancy, where he is executive director, and is currently an editor at New York and Hamptons Cottages & Gardens.

Born on the Shinnecock Reservation in Southampton, Shane Weeks is a multidisciplinary artist and cultural consultant who leads Native American dance and dream catcher workshops. Weeks has dedicated his life to education and bridging gaps between the local community and the Shinnecock Nation.   


PechaKucha Night Hamptons. Vol. 19

Friday, March 17, 6pm

$12 | Free for Members, Children, and Students

Includes Museum admission


Friday Nights are made possible, in part, by the generous support of The Corcoran Group and Bridgehampton National Bank.  

New Parrish Art Museum

Inspired by the natural setting and artistic life of Long Island’s East End, the Parrish Art Museum illuminates the creative process and how art and artists transform our experiences and understanding of the world and how we live in it. The Museum fosters connections among individuals, art, and artists through care and interpretation of the collection, presentation of exhibitions, publications, educational initiatives, programs, and artists-in-residence. The Parrish is a center for cultural engagement, an inspiration and destination for the region, the nation, and the world.



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