Benefit Events

2020 Annual Art Show & Sale on the Village Green CANCELLED
The Art Show & Sale, held annually since 1975, is an integral part of the Quogue community’s summer schedule, showcasing the work of 25 local artists. It is also the Society’s largest fundraiser.

Due to COVID-19, the 2020 Art Show & Sale will not be held, as planned, on Saturday, August 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the Village Green. We are currently exploring ways to hold the show online.

CELEBRATE ART! Benefit Talk (Via ZOOM) & (At-Home) Cocktail Reception
Friday, August 7, 5:30 p.m.

Join us for a look at the art market during COVID-19 and beyond with dynamic mother-and-son duo Frances Beatty and Alexander Adler of Adler Beatty, a Fine Art dealership and advisory firm dedicated to guiding both new and experienced collectors through the increasingly complex art market.  All proceeds go directly to funding the Society’s education, collections care, and historic preservation programs.
Look for your online invitation in June.

CELEBRATE ART! Past Speakers
In 2019, American abstract painter Brian Rutenberg took party goers on a tour behind the studio door, from the salt marshes in South Carolina’s low country to New York City, exploring the making of an artist, his joy of the process, and his love of art history. His recent memoir is Clear Seeing Place.

  • 2018 – Peter Hastings
  • 2917 – Charles Riley
  • 2016 – Stacey Goergen & Amanda Benchley
  • 2015 – Pat Rogers
  • 2014 – Brian Rutenburg
  • 2013 – Francis Beatty

Art Show, 2019, on the village green.

 

Exhibiting at the Art Show is by invitation. Artists interested in participating should contact the Art Show Committee at 631-996-2404 or info@quoguehistory.org.

 

 

 

 

 

Bi-Annual Holiday House Tour, December 2021

One of five houses all decked out on the 2011 Holiday House Tour

One of five Quogue houses all decked out for the Holiday House Tour.

The Holiday House Tour, which began in 2010 to support maintenance of the Pond House, the Society’s new headquarters on Jessup Avenue, includes five Quogue houses festively decorated for the holidays. The tour is followed in the evening by a cocktail reception at a sixth house.

The next Holiday House Tour & Cocktail Party will be held in December 2021. Please check here for future dates.