FILM & TALK | SAG HARBOR SANS COMMUNITY - Southampton African American Museum FILM & TALK | SAG HARBOR SANS COMMUNITY - Southampton African American Museum

FILM & TALK | SAG HARBOR SANS COMMUNITY

Co-presented with Eastville Community Historical Society and Parrish Art Museum

June 19, 2 pm – 4 pm

$16 Adults | $12 Seniors | $10 Members | $5 for Students, Children

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To celebrate Juneteenth and delve into the diversity of the East End, in collaboration with Eastville Community Historical Society and the Southampton African American Museum, the Parrish Art Museum will host a screening of AppleTV’s HOME (Season 2, Ep. 5, 35 minutes) and New York Times Magazine’s A Beach of Our Own (9 minutes).

The film screenings will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Renee Simons, SANS Sag Harbor President; Dr. Georgette Grier-Key, Executive Director of Eastville Community Historical Society; Dr. Beverly Granger, artist and SANS resident; and Sarah Kautz, Consultant, Cultural resources and preservation; moderated by Brenda Simmons, Executive Director of Southampton African American Museum. The panel will reflect on the films and how Sag Harbor Village’s historically Black subdivisions–Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest, Ninevah, collectively known as SANS–came into being in the mid-20th century and have remained a haven for African American families on the East End.

Public programs are made possible, in part, by Weill-Cornell Medicine – Southampton and The Corcoran Group.

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Date

Jun 19 2023
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Time

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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