Now On View
Through April, join an exploration of inspiration through Sound, movement, drawing, and craft.
Sound View and The Harborfront Inn's way of giving back to the community takes shape every year through our Uncommon Art Artist Residence program. This year, we've invited a new group of emerging artists who will live and work throughout both properties to be inspired by the North Fork.
We give each artist the creative license to work anywhere they wish—you might spot them drafting a score in the Piano Bar, mixing media at Mitchell Park Marina, or turning our Gathering Studio into a temporary dark room. As part of the residency, each artist is invited to share something with the community (that's you) whether it be a live-streamed performance, a socially distanced workshop, or even a display of their craft.
Building a Creative Community
As artists, photographers and writers converge at Sound View and The Harborfront Inn, a powerful conversation of the creative community ignites. With regular, open dialogues for North Fork natives, we tap into the energy of community to celebrate inclusion and creativity. Our artist participants will host open working sessions, display key works, and perform, inviting the community into rare opportunities to witness the artist's journey, from inspiration to completion.
Upcoming Artists in Residence
Ready to meet our artists? Take a closer look at artists arriving this April below.
Featured Artist in Residence
Madison Muehl is an underwater and coastal photographer as well as PhD candidate who lives locally here in Long Island. Madison is inspired by the marriage of art and science and believes that her scientific understanding of the sea helps her create art with a unique perspective. Madison will live and work at Sound View refining her craft from our private beach.
Megan Lorenzo is a local color specialist, archivist, designer, printmaker. She is inspired by everyday looking, print, visual art, architecture, design, interiors. Megan will live and work at Sound View and plans to continue her exploration of more natural materials and influences for printmaking as well has how to make her studio and process a more circular ecology.
Community Share: Megan will host a letterpress demonstration and will have her stationary and books available for sale at Sound View on Sunday, April 18 from 1-2pm
Lisa is a Japanese photographer living in Brooklyn who specializes in portraiture. During her residency at Sound View she plans to use a medium format film camera to create a series of portrait photography focusing on locals of the North Fork.
Get inspired to start crafting your very own work of art during Uncommon Art Residency at Sound View Greenport and The Harborfront Inn. And while you're here, see it all for less: book our Warmer Days are Ahead offer by May 27 and you'll receive a 3rd night free + a $25 Halyard Dining credit.