So after less than a week, we’re moving the installation down two doors, on the other side of the bike shop and across from The Suffolk Theater. Two new business will be going in next to East End Arts: a wine and coffee bar and a board game shop. We’re happy to see Riverhead filling […]
In the empty storefronts at 125 and 127 Main Street will be an installation of 100 silk blindfolds printed with residents’ and visitors’ eyes, photographs and words. This installation will be created with public at The 17th Annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival sponsored by the East End Arts Council, taking place over Memorial Day Weeekend on Sunday, May 27, 2013. (Rain date is Monday May 28.) Participants will be encouraged to “try on another’s eyes” and leave a story about Main Street to share.
Stay tuned to the East End Arts Council’s website: www.eastendarts.org and Read More for Link:
Andrea Cote discussed “Eyes on Main Street” on WPPB, with Bonnie Grice on The Eclectic Cafe alongsie Pat Snyder of The East End Arts Council:
(we come in at about 45 minutes, Read More to access link)