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

New art shows at Guild Hall
A detail of a whiteboard drawing, “Don’t let the outside world affect ur innards,” by Yung Jake from this year. Kira Buckel/Yung Jake and Tripoli Gallery
“Subsume,” an installation by Christine Sciulli, is on view at the Herron Art Gallery in Indianapolis through Saturday. Her show opens at Guild Hall that same day. Christine Sciulli

Michael Light’s “Gardiner’s Island Looking Northeast” from 2016 is on view at the Drawing Room gallery along with more of his photographs and the work of Adam Bartos and Gotz Diergarten. The Drawing Room

Yi-Nuo Wang will be the first performer in the Parrish Art Museum's spring Salon Series. Yujun Ma


The fifth iteration of East End Collected
Tornadic Downdraft. Wheatland, Wyoming by Eric Meola Eric Meola

Some tickets will go fast
Guitar Masters returns this summer to Guild Hall with Buddy Guy, above, who is still on tour at age 82. Roseanne Cash and the Allman Betts Band, a group formed by children of members of the Allman Brothers Band, will fill out the weekend that begins July 5.
The Allman Betts BandTour Manager 101
The Kronos Quartet and Sam Green during a performance of "A Thousand Thoughts," their live documentary about the bandWaleed Shah

Get 'em while you can
Colin Quinn

How to deal with a dictatorial architect
John Glover portrays the dictatorial architect Erich Hochmann in “Home.” Jonathan Levine
Mark Segal

The week's art news
The artwork of Kenneth B. Walsh, above, will be the subject of a talk by his son Christopher Walsh as part of the East Hampton Arts Council's Creative Networking Night Friday at the Golden Eagle in East Hampton from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Margery Gosnell-Qua, a painter, Kate Mueth, the artistic director of the Neo-Political Cowgirls, and Aaron Warkov, a multidisciplinary artist, will also make short presentations, with time after to mingle. Kenneth B. Walsh