Art Students Explore Creativity at LongHouse Reserve

Art Students Explore Creativity at LongHouse Reserve photo

Students from the high school connected classroom learning into the community when they had the opportunity to explore LongHouse Reserve, 16 acres of landscapes and a contemporary sculpture garden in East Hampton.

Coordinated by high school art teacher Nancy Randazzo, the students explored various modes of creativity on the spectacular grounds. Featuring art works by Buckminster Fuller, Dale Chihuly, Yoko Ono and William de Kooning, the Reserve’s exceptional integration of nature, art and design was an engaging educational experience for them.