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Educational programming is made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Gov. Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.

Family Drip Painting Workshops

For children ages five and above and adult companions.

Guided by Joyce Raimondo, Education Coordinator, tour the home and studio of famous Abstract Expressionist artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner in East Hampton, NY. Then, express your creativity as you make your own drip paintings outdoors on the spectacular grounds. $10 fee includes supplies (11 x 14 inch canvas board, tempera paint) and admission

RULES: At least one adult must register with children. Everyone on property  - adults and children - must have a pre-paid registration. The program is given during non-public hours, and space is limited. We cannot admit  additional people on property other than those registered. Your purchase is non-refundable and no exchanges of dates are given. If it rains, the tour portion of  the program will be given and participants will be given drip painting kits to create at home.

Juneteenth Celebration Drip Painting

June 19th, 3 - 4 pm


As part of the Juneteenth Celebration held at Herrick Park, East Hampton,

the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center invites children to express themselves

creatively with Pollock inspired drip painting. 11 x 14 canvases and painting supplies are

provided and the activity is free.

Visit to learn more about

the event’s daily schedule and organizers.

Family drip painting workshops are held on select Saturdays at the Pollock-Krasner House from 10:00 am - 11:30 am. Dates include:

May 25

June 29

July 6

July 13

July 20

August 3

August 10

August 17

August 31

September 7

September 21

October 12

Selected Tuesdays, 10:00 am - 11:30 am:

July 9


July 23

July 30 

August 13

August 20

August 27

Pre-registration is required.

Virtual Programs

Thursday, June 13, 2024, 2 - 3 pm

Beyond the Status Quo: Sexuality and Gender in Modern Art

Presented on Zoom in celebration of Pride month, explore the work of influential queer

artists. Joyce Raimondo, Education Coordinator, presents iconic LGBTQ-identifying

artists like Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Harmony Hammond, and contemporary

artists who use their art to challenge cultural constructs of sexuality and gender identity.

Registration is free:

Wednesday, June 26, 2-3 pm

Masters of Shape: The Lives and Art of American Women Sculptors with Maria Ausherman and Carol Ward

Masters of Shape: The Lives and Art of American Women Sculptors, by Maria Ausherman with an Introduction by Carol Ward and Photography by Steven Taylor, is an inspiring and beautifully illustrated book that chronicles the lives of pioneering women sculptors who made monuments often despite tremendous odds. The sculptures these artists created – and continue to create – show a desire for more humanistic ideals. Carol Ward and Maria Ausherman will explore what it means to be a woman sculptor and discuss monumental achievements.

Registration is free:


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