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We are eager to know you, to know where you are, what are you doing and planning to do. But, first, we must tell you who are we: we are Epoch Arts. An "arts for youth" non-profit organization dedicated to helping young people learn to communicate, collaborate, create and celebrate by experiencing, hands-on, the arts. And no experience needed please.  Whether it's in a class, rehearsals, or in performance, learn valuable principles, techniques, and skills that help you grow as people, and as artists.  We address complex issues and social tensions that young people face by creating original student and artist performances.  Our aim isn't to create perfect artists but rather to use the arts as a medium to help you to understand and express feelings, work with others and to explore complex issues that you face in your daily life.

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It's time to clean out your basement, attic and house and donate it to the Epoch Arts Fall Tag Sale! All proceeds from the sale go to support Epoch’s many youth  programs in East Hampton. Epoch Arts is a non profit organization that serves over 3,000 students and families in the Middlesex area and offers a variety of artistic outreach programs. All donations are tax deductible. If you want a receipt, call Epoch Arts 860-365-0337 to  arrange a time for drop off and to get the receipt. If you don’t care about a receipt, you can drop items off  anytime at 27 Skinner St.; the door to the right of the  handicap ramp, at ground level, is always unlocked for tag sale drop offs. Please no ENCYCLOPEDIAS, TV’S, CRIBS, COMPUTERS, PRINTERS, CHILD CAR SEATS, OR MATTRESSES.Thanks for your donation!

Ribbon Cutting at Epoch Arts: Pictured from left to right, Omar Naman, Elizabeth Naman, Senator Art Linares, Town Manager Mike Maniscalco, Town Council Chair Barbara Moore, Town Council Vice Chair Kevin Reich. Epoch Arts was awarded a STEAP grant to replace the roof on their building. The grant and project was a public/ private partnership with Epoch and the Town of East Hampton. Epoch Arts sends out a huge thank you for all your support and funding!!!

Thanks to everybody for coming, and congrats to the cast and crew of Tweaked!

Take a look at our photographs from the show.

Join us for a week of artistic expression. Elementary Students will be split up in to three groups. There will be three workshops focused on arts & crafts, theater, drum making and clay. Focus will be on expressing yourself through the arts and having fun! July 21st-25th, 9:00-2:00.

Join us for a week of artistic expression and exploration. Teens will focus on two workshops: Film Making and Fine Arts. The morning workshop will be geared towards students getting familiar with all aspects of film making. Concept story boards, camera use and editing will all be incorporated into this workshop. Students will also have the opportunity to do some acting for the short film if desired. The afternoon is dedicated to the fine arts. Painting, drawing, watercolor, charcoal and the use of mixed media will be some of the areas that you be be exploring. Students will meet in the Epoch Cafe' for morning introduction and lunch each day. At the end of the week, students will share their short film and art work. July 21st-25th. 9:00-2:00

The CarMax Foundation awards $5,000 grant to Epoch Arts!



Current Sponsors

East Hampton Youth and Family Services

East Hampton Local Prevention Council Against Substance Abuse