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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, 501(c)3 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, students learn valuable principles, techniques, and skills that help them 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 understand and express feelings, work with others and to explore complex issues that you face in your daily life.

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Join us for family movie night featuring the amazing movie, Where the Wild Things Are. Come dressed as your favorite wild thing and have a chance to win some prizes for best costume. Popcorn and soda will be for sale in the cafe. Nov.1st, 6:30 pm. $3 admission, $6 family.

Movie is sposored by East Hampton Park and Rec.



Join us this year for our annual haunted house. This years theme is Museums Alive! Venture through spooky rooms such as the Wax Museum, Taxidermy, Clown Museum and many more. Over 50 students have been working on designing and acting in this years haunted house and they are ready to give you the fright of your life. If you make it out alive, you can visit the haunted cafe' and take a ride on the hayride to visit our Zombie land. Join us if you dare October 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th anytime from 7:00-10:00pm. Tickets are available at the door, $7. For more information please visit www.epocharts.org or call 860-365-0337. 27 Skinner Street, East Hampton.



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.



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

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Current Sponsors

East Hampton Youth and Family Services

East Hampton Local Prevention Council Against Substance Abuse