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Applied Arts
11 Indian Wells Hwy, Amagansett, NY 11930
Applied Arts is an art school that provides students and professionals a place to develop their skills while gainingMore access to professional-quality equipment. Applied Arts is located on Indian Wells Highway near Amagansett Square in the village of Amagansett. The school offers a variety of art courses for all ages, internships and a kids summer camp. Applied Arts is also the home of Elizabeth Dow Ltd. Textiles & Wallcoverings, which is housed on the third floor of the building.
The Art Barge
Napeague Meadow Rd, Amagansett, NY 11930
The Art Barge was founded by Victor D'Amico, who was the director of education at the Museum of Modern Art from 1937 toMore 1970. It is open June through October and offers a wide variety of art classes for adults and children. The D'Amicos' former home  is now a museum and is available year-round for tours. 
Ille Arts
216 Main St, Amagansett, NY 11930
Ille Arts is an exhibition and meeting space for artists and writers in Long Island's Eat End. It shows works byMore well-known and emerging artists alike, and does not confine itself to a particular area of art. Rather, the large space is open to both visual and performing arts, poetry readings and ongoing exhibitions. 
Montauk Art
136 Second House Rd, Montauk, NY 11954
Montauk Art is located on Second House Road in Montauk.  Joan Palumbo is a certified Bob Ross instructor, focusingMore on Ross's "wet on wet" technique.
The Fireplace Project
851 Springs Fireplace Rd, East Hampton, NY 11937
The Fireplace Project is a contemporary art gallery across the street from the Pollock-Krasner House and Studio in theMore makeshift art district in Springs. This converted auto garage is a non-traditional gallery that features curated shows, artists projects and solo artist shows. It was started by art dealer and gallerist Edsel Williams.
Depot Art Gallery
Edgemere St & Flamingo Ave, Montauk, NY 11954
The Depot Art Gallery on Edgemere Road is the original railroad waiting room at the Montauk terminal. The Long IslandMore Rail Road's station and tracks are just beyond the gallery. The Montauk Artists' Association, which runs the gallery and the art school, continually renovates the building. The classrooms, photo lab, and lecture facilities are on the second floor in the old station master's quarters.