Arts Around Town: From Film Festival to Sketching In the Galleries

A variety of art exhibitions, educational programs and workshops are open to the public. See what is happening in Huntington.

What: Happenings on Main Street 2018, Miles to Dayton will be performing.

Where: Northport Village Park at the Dock.

When: Friday, May 25, at 7 pm.

About: 20 years of award winning sidewalk musical events. This Friday kicks off Happenings on Main Street. Singer songwriters perform at the patio in the village park, every Friday from Memorial Day through Labor Day. FREE. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, weather permitting. Fun for the whole family. Concerts are free and start at 7 pm.

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What: The Opening Reception of Members Showtime

Where: The Huntington Arts Council

When: Friday, May 26, from 6 pm- 8 pm

About: The Huntington Arts Council’s annual artists members show.

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What: Sunday Sketching in the Galleries

Where: The Heckscher Museum of Art

When: Sunday, May 27, from 11:00 am- 5 pm

About: Visitors of all ages are invited to sketch in the galleries. Drawing supplies available for use. Share your drawings on social media with #HMASketch for a chance to be featured by the Museum on their social media feeds. Members Free. Non-Members Free with Admission.

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What: The BIG Picture Large Works

Where: The Art League of Long Island

When: May 26- July 1

About: Large works competition juried exhibition. Out of 259 works submitted by 115 artists, 39 works were selected to exhibit in the gallery by Exhibition Juror Bruce Lieberman.

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What: Joint Venture  

Where: fotofoto gallery

When: May 20-26

About: A Group Exhibition of Photography by fotofoto gallery Artists

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What: Huntington High School’s 9th Annual Film Festival 2018

Where: Cinema Arts Centre, Cinema 2

When: Tuesday, May 29, at 7 pm

About: Aspiring young filmmakers featuring the best movies made this year at Huntington High School. Enjoy a family evening out with free movies and support talented high school video students. Admission is FREE.

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