Galleries

Inspired by Anna’s creativity, our programs help students express themselves. Here are galleries of the growing body of work …

Anna’s Artwork & Photography

Student Art

Danielle Hamilton's 1st, 3rd, 5th and 8th period classes explored photography Linsey Kromer.

Original student artwork

Original Student Photography

Original Student Photography

Poetry & photography workshop presented at The Nature Conservancy Warhol Preserve, Montauk NY

Poet, artist and bookbinder extraordinaire, Megan Chaskey, worked with 3rd grade art students at Springs School in East Hampton, NY. They created hand-made books of their original poems.

Poet Megan Chaskey introduced art classes to writing poems, typesetting them using rubber stamps for a hand-crafted look, and turning them into personal bound books using fabric and glue.

Five East Hampton High School students returned to Springs School to design and paint a mural that merged the music and art room together. The project is supervised by Foundation director Kate Rabinowitz and art teacher Colleen Mcgowen.

Anna was due to attend summer camp in 2013 at the Indian Brook Camp at the Farm and Wilderness (F&W) Camps in Ludlow, Vermont. She had been there for two years before and had close friends. They were all looking forward to being together. Her death in June 2013 hit her camp mates very hard. In August Kate and James and I journeyed to F&W. James stopped to see friends in the Flying Cloud Camp he had attended while we met with the girls from Anna’s bunk and other friends. We sat in a silent circle as is the custom at this Quaker camp, then sat together in the arts building and made journal notebooks for each camper to remember Anna. This is some of the artwork from those journals.

Video Stories

Hamptons Art Camp is presented by Hamptons Community Outreach hosted by The Church in Sag Harbor.
Photography, Digital Art & Creative Writing Workshop
2019 Springs School at The Watermill Center – A creative collaboration with The Anna Mirabai Lytton Foundation
2017 Creative collaborations with Springs Elementary School
at  The Watermill Center
Photography project with a visit to Peconic Land Trust’s Quail Hill Farm
Poetry & photography workshop presented at The Nature Conservancy Warhol Preserve, Montauk NY
Poet, artist and bookbinder extraordinaire, Megan Chaskey, worked with Coleen McGowan’s 3rd grade art students at Springs School in East Hampton, NY.
For two weeks at Springs School in East Hampton, Megan Chaskey worked with thirty 8th Graders to write and edit personal poems.
Food for Thought is a wellness program. Students learn how to make healthy snacks.
Students were taught yoga, meditation and mindfulness as part of their phys ed class, at East Hampton High School, in East Hampton NY.
Poi artist, Susan Blacklocke, presented a demonstration and instruction of Poi dancing to Meghan Cereola’s Adaptive Physical Education class at Springs Elementary School in East Hampton, NY.
Yoga instructors, Ashlynn Manning, Linda Muse and Jenna Minardi, taught a series of yoga classes to over 1200 students from K-8 grade at Springs School, East Hampton NY.
‘Community Wellness Night’ at the Springs Elementary School featured community yoga, live music, art projects and health, wellness and nutrition education.
Kate Rabininowitz explains and illustrates the benefits of a wellness program in schools, for students and teachers.
Kate Rabininowitz explains and illustrates the benefits of a wellness program in schools, for students and teachers.
Meghan Cereola’s 5th and 6th grade health classes at Springs Elementary School (East Hampton NY) learned how to make healthy snacks with nutrition experts, Susan Blacklocke and Kate Rabinowitz.
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