Local Art News

With special guests Saturday in Sag Harbor

Walsh lived and worked in Montauk in the 1960s and ’70s
Kenneth Bonar Walsh’s style is evocative of 1930s Social Realism but was painted in Montauk in the 1960s and ’70s.
Walsh chose not to title his paintings, even when they were of recognizable subjects.
Boats and Montauk's waterfront were recurring themes.

Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan brings vast film programming experience to Sag Harbor
Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood is rich in film history. The Cherry Lane Theater was the set for “The Seventh Victim,” a 1943 film noir produced by Val Lewton in which Kim Hunter uncovered a Satanic cult in the Village. Ms. Hunter also lived in the building. Mark Segal

A new programming initiative, Local Produce
Jesse Ray Sheps and Michael Kelly in a scene from “All Square”

“On and Off the Wall”
“On and Off the Wall,” an exhibition of predominantly small sculptural works, is on view at Folioeast’s pop-up location at Malia Mills in East Hampton. Arthur Bijur

Since the center’s residency program began in 2006, it has hosted more than 640 artists
A scene from “Decoder 2017,” part of a trilogy based on the works of William Burroughs by Mallory Catlett and Restless Productions, who will be in residence at the Watermill Center in March.
Mountain Time Arts creates public art projects that focus on the history, culture, and enviroment of the Rocky Mountain West.

The upgrades began in June

Music from 1970s and 1980s with Mister Lama on Saturday

An eight-session workshop in Sag Harbor