A Private Visit and Painting Workshop for 20 at The Pollock-Krasner House & Studio

Invite your friends for a private tour of the East Hampton house and grounds where abstract expressionist painters Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock lived and worked. After exploring, create artworks inspired by the techniques Krasner and Pollock employed, and enjoy a catered picnic by local favorite, the Springs General Store. Suitable for adults and children.

Daytime visit lasts approximately 2 hours, and is available Sundays and Wednesdays July-October, 2017.
Date (and rain date) to be mutually agreed upon.
Blackout: July 9, July 12, August 9.

Courtesy of The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.

Starting bid $2,500

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Fresco Workshop for 6 with Daniel Bozhkov, Carrie Moyer and Oscar Rene Cornejo and Fresco by Carrie Moyer

Join Daniel Bozhkov (A ’90, F ’11), Skowhegan fresco instructor (1995 - 2010), Carrie Moyer (A ’95, F ’10), and Oscar Rene Cornejo (A ’14), for a workshop on buon fresco. Your guests will each leave with an original work of their own design and you will take home a fresco made by Carrie Moyer whose paintings are on view at the Whitney Biennial. Hosted by Jeff Greene (A ’76) at his studio in Brooklyn.

Workshop lasts about 4-6 hours, and are available on a weekend between October 2017 - May 2018.
Date to be mutually agreed upon.   

Courtesy Daniel Bozhkov, Carrie Moyer, Oscar Rene Cornejo, Jeff Greene, and EVERGREENE 

Starting bid $2,500.

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Private Tour of The Studio Museum in Harlem

Invite 8 guests to a private walkthrough of the Studio Museum with Thelma Golden, Director and Chief Curator, Bernard I. Lumpkin, Collector and Skowhegan and Studio Museum Trustee, and current Studio Museum artists in residence. Afterwards, Bernard will host your group at Red Rooster Harlem, founded by celebrated chef Marcus Samuelsson.

May - December 2017.
Date to be mutually agreed upon and must be booked by September 1.
In the event of a schedule change for Thelma Golden, tour will be led by a curator.

Courtesy The Studio Museum in Harlem and Bernard I. Lumpkin.

Starting bid $2,500.

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