CUL­TURAL CENTERS

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THE ARTIST STUDY

This non­profit gallery, acad­emy, and stu­dio sup­ports artists from all walks of life as they cre­ate what in­spires them. The re­sult is some of the most nu­anced and eclec­tic work in the area. 25 Hamp­ton Road, Southampton, 631-603-5514; theartist­study.com

BAY STREET THE­ATER

The place to be for live the­ater in Sag Har­bor, Bay Street mounts pro­duc­tions big and small, from chil­dren’s shows like Goat on a Boat to Hamil­ton pro­ducer An­drew Lippa’s show The Man in the Ceil­ing. 1 Bay St., Sag Har­bor, 631-725-9500; baystreet.org

BRIDGE GAR­DENS

A beau­ti­ful, care­fully sculpted oa­sis at the cen­ter of Bridge­hamp­ton for

more than 20 years, the gar­dens span over five acres of Pe­conic Land Trust prop­erty. 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridge­hamp­ton, 631-2833195; pecon­i­clandtrust.org

BRIDGE­HAMP­TON MU­SEUM

Step back in time and ex­pe­ri­ence the look and feel of the East End from the days of its ear­li­est set­tlers, through the Civil War, and up to the present. 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridge­hamp­ton, 631-537-1088; bridge­hamp­ton his­tor­i­cal­so­ci­ety.org

BRUCE NAGEL GALLERY

See the beau­ti­ful, eclec­tic work of one of the area’s most ac­com­plished ar­chi­tects—without hav­ing to drive around all day—by vis­it­ing his own per­sonal gallery. 69 Main St., Westhampton, 631-283-8855; bru­ce­nagel.com

CRUSH CURATORIAL

This Ama­gansett col­lec­tive is run by the artists them­selves, al­low­ing them com­plete free­dom of ex­pres­sion, from idea to in­stal­la­tion. 68 Schellinger Road, Ama­gansett; crush-curatorial.com

ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY

With an im­pres­sive ros­ter of must-know artists of to­mor­row, this gallery show­cases their work in ex­hi­bi­tions that span the spec­trum of medi­ums and gen­res. 4 New­town Lane, East Hamp­ton, 631-604-2386; er­ic­fire­stone­gallery.com

GUILD HALL

The epi­cen­ter of arts and cul­ture in the Hamptons, Guild Hall—now un­der the lead­er­ship of An­drea Grover—of­fers ev­ery­thing from Tchaikovsky to Richard Ave­don to Jay Leno. 158 Main St., 631-3240806; guild­hall.org

ILLE ARTS

Sur­rounded by fish­er­men and clam dig­gers, this home­stead-gone-art house is the per­fect place to catch the latest waves in con­tem­po­rary art and de­sign. 171 Main St., Ama­gansett, 631-905-9894; il­learts.com

MADOO CONSERVANCY

Es­tab­lished in 1967 by artist and writer Robert Dash, this lush Sa­gaponack gar­den is a tran­quil es­cape from the stresses of daily life. 618 Sagg Main St., Sa­gaponack, 631-537-8200; madoo.org

PAR­RISH ART MU­SEUM

The best place to see con­tem­po­rary work—from local artists and tour­ing ex­hibits—that embodies East End life, Par­rish Art Mu­seum is the con­nec­tion be­tween the art of the Hamptons and the art of the world. 279 Montauk Hwy., Wa­ter Mill, 631-283-7006; par­rishart.org

POLLOCK-KRASNER HOUSE AND STUDY CEN­TER

The for­mer home of Jack­son Pollock and his wife (and a cur­rent out­post of Stony Brook Univer­sity), this art cen­ter em­braces the same avant-garde ap­proach to art as its pre­vi­ous in­hab­i­tants did. 830 Springs-Fire­place Road, East Hamp­ton, 631-324-4929; stony­brook.edu/com­cms/pkhouse

SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CEN­TER

A hot­bed of art and cul­ture, the Southampton Arts Cen­ter of­fers speak­ers, mu­si­cal per­for­mances, dance classes, and much more as it heads into its fifth sea­son. 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-0967; southamp­tonarts­cen­ter.org

THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY

This con­tem­po­rary art gallery show­cases both emerg­ing and es­tab­lished artists work­ing in all medi­ums. 2415 Main St., Bridge­hamp­ton, 917-526-2767; the­white­room.gallery

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