One of the easiest ways you can create memories for the future is to write down your thoughts and revisit them later. You can collect your ideas and observations on any number of things and put the happenings of each day into writing. Then you can always remember what you did, what you thought and what was happening when you were younger. The place where you collect these thoughts is a journal.
In this virtual session of "Make It Mondays, Activities You Can Do At Home," Director of Experience Marianne Della Croce will demonstrate how to make your own journal. This is appropriate for children ages 7-13.
Join me on Monday, June 28th from your kitchen as we create our own journals. From home you will need to gather these items: a piece of cardstock, paper, paper clips, thread, a needle, glue, a nail, and heavy books. Video will be available on The Historical Society's Facebook page and on YouTube channel.
Point of View:
Vintage to New
With Marshall Watson and Sasha Bikoff
July 17, 2021 5:00pm-6:00pm
East Hampton Library, Baldwin Family Lecture Room
Join top designers, Marshall Watson and Sasha Bikoff for an intimate discussion about their work, use of vintage antiques, mixing old and new, and how to shop in ecological and reinvented ways in an ever-changing world.
Discover the inspiration that helps them create as they compare their designs and even show a before and after piece.
Tickets need to be pre-purchased as space is limited.
Saturday, July 17, 2021
East Hampton Library
159 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937
$40 Members | $50 Non-members
About our speakers:
New York-based interior designer Marshall Watson is best-known for creating classic, light-filled and elegant interiors with a modern sensibility. Since founding his design firm in 1986, Watson has sought to immerse himself in a range of dynamic projects, no two of which are exactly alike.
Internationally recognized, his projects have spanned the globe, from Cabo to Stockholm and across the United States. Winner of Traditional Home's "Designer of the Year" award and featured on Luxe's Gold List, Watson's work has been featured on the covers of numerous shelter magazines including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Veranda, Luxe, Cottages & Gardens and Traditional Home. Watson recently completed a major redecoration of New York's oldest and most venerable women's club to great acclaim.
Watson has designed three best-selling furniture collections for Ferrell Mittman. He recently completed a line of couture outdoor carpets for Doris Leslie Blau.
Sasha Bikoff is known for her flawless execution of bold and colorful maximalist designs sculpted by her vast worldly exploits and experiences. Bikoff's international style is heavily influenced by the multicultural flair of her hometown, New York City, and from her frequent travels to Paris, Marrakesh and Milan. Sasha studied Fine Arts and Art History at George Washington University and the American University in Paris, beginning her career at a world-renowned art gallery before establishing her own interior design firm, Sasha Bikoff Interior Design.
Sasha has exhibited her work at Art Basel Miami and Salone del Mobile in collaboration with Versace, DIFFA, the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Gala, Holiday House, and the Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Sasha has a collection of carpets with her Disco Dots and Zodiac designs, as well as a fabric and wallpaper collection with Fabricut and Vervain, a mosaic tile collection with New Ravenna, and a lighting collection with a Currey & Company.