Catch Artists & Writers: They Played The Game Exhibit at Guild Hall Museum

Saturday, June 15th, 2013

Artists & Writers: They Played The Game Exhibit now appearing at Guild Hall Museum

The history of the Artists & Writers Game, its celebrity competitors, and their acclaimed works are now on view to the public. Join the celebration at The Museum at Guild Hall for Artists & Writers: They Played In The Game exhibit now through July 28th showcasing the artists’ creative talents off the field, and their sporting efforts at the annual event benefiting local charities, now in its 65th year. Game artifacts, famous works of art, vintage photos, news clippings, personal recollections, Hollywood screenplays, and signed best selling books from the entertainment, publishing, and sports fields give a glimpse into the eclectic artists colony of East Hampton and their participation. Icons such as Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Jackson Pollock, Kurt Vonnegut, Woody Allen, Bill Clinton, Carl Bernstein, James Lipton, Regis Philbin, Chevy Chase, Roy Scheider, Bert Sugar, Mike Lupica, and many more are featured. Truly a rare opportunity to view and touch history with memorabilia for fans of all ages. Check it out now thru July 28th, then get ready for the 65th Annual Artists & Writers Softball Game in East Hampton at Herrick Park on August 17th – as we look forward to another exciting year of competition.

The Artists & Writers Softball Game supports Phoenix House Academy of Long Island, East End Hospice, East Hampton Day Care Learning Center, and The Retreat.

Find out more about the programs and services offered at our Long Island Academy, or call our toll-free number today: 1 888 671 9392. 


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