Arts

This year, LongHouse’s arts committee has made some bold and dramatic selections well suited for the unique environment.
Michelle and Melissa Vega enjoyed Sui Jianguo’s “Legacy Mantle (Mao Jacket)” at LongHouse on Saturday. Jennifer Landes
Kiki Smith’s “Women With Sheep” lie among the green leaves of a planted bed at LongHouse. Jennifer Landes
Grace Knowlton's "Spheres" in the dunesJennifer Landes
Takashi Soga "Eye of the Ring" from 2007Jennifer Landes
As long as the frost doesn't bite, many of the thousands of daffodils planted at LongHouse should be in their glory on Saturday.Jennifer Landes
Yue Minjun's "Contemporary Chinese Warriors" from 2005

Marya Martin before one of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival's concerts at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church Michael Lawrence

In Water Mill
Renate Aller’s photograph “Mountain Interval #97” is one of a series taken at mountain ranges on six continents.
In Jean-Luc Mylayne’s “No. 360, Janvier-Fevrier, 2006,” the photographer’s self-designed lens allows for variations in sharp and soft focus throughout the frame.

"Man of La Mancha" at HTC
Matthew Conlon, Michael Sean Jones, Andrew Gasparini, and Kyle Breitenbach in rehearsal for “Man of La Mancha” at the Hampton Theatre Company. Tom Kochie
Elora Von Rosch and Matthew Conlon rehearsed a scene from “Man of La Mancha,” which will begin its run at the Quogue Community Hall tonight. Tom Kochie



THAW Fest is this weekend
The Japanese avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama was filmed surrounded by her artwork and signature polka dots in “Kusama: Infinity,” which will be shown at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill on Sunday. Parrish Art Museum and Hamptons Doc Fest
Keith Carmichael, the lead vocalist of Foreigners Journey, which will perform at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor Friday night
Marina Rosenfeld, standing, addressed members of the Sheer Frost Orchestra in New York City in 2000. Jason Schmidt

A piece by Shirley Irons is part of the Sara Nightingale Gallery's new exhibition "A Walk in the Forest," open through April 2.


Some setbacks and pullouts did not dampen enthusiasm
An attendee at the Eric Firestone booth at the Armory Show’s Pier 90 grabbed a quick photo of a Miriam Schapiro painting. Jennifer Landes