A film about an art collective turned big business

At the Southampton Cultural Center

Including the world premiere of “Safe Space”
Alan Fox is the playwright of "Safe Space," which will have its premiere at Bay Street Theater this summer.

A story that seems personal and intimate
Keith Sonnier chose to place "Rectangle Diptych" from 2013 in the gallery preceding his exhibition. Jennifer Landes
“Passage Azur,” an installation first installed in Nice, France, was reconfigured by the artist for the Parrish’s spine gallery. Gary Mamay

Beginning with “Maria by Callas” and "Shoplifters"
“Shoplifters,” Japan’s submission for best foreign language film at the 2019 Academy Awards, is the story of a group of society’s castoffs who become a family in the face of adversity.

Local Art News
Roy Nicholson's “Hempstead Plain, Morning and Evening” has been installed at the Hicksville station of the Long Island Rail Road.

An acting job at Guild Hall in 1956 launched her television, Broadway, and movie career
Beulah Garrick’s career took her from Guild Hall summer stock to Broadway, the movies, and TV, often as a character actress. But she winks and calls this photo one of her “glamour shots.” Below, “Are you sure you have the right address, madame?” the doorman asked when she arrived dressed in character to audition for Noel Coward. Collection of Beulah Garrick
Above, Beulah Garrick with Burgess Meredith, who directed her in the 1974 Broadway play “Ulysses in Nighttown.” In “Auntie Mame,” she had a long run as Norah Muldoon opposite the stars Rosalind Russell and then Greer Garson, below right. Sy Friedman and Friedman-Abeles Photos

A holiday concert at the John Jermain Memorial Library

Film documents record-setting climb in Yosemite

Making unexpected connections between ordinary people, places, and things
Ray Johnson’s “Untitled Mailings” include “Head,” from 1970 with a mustache drawn on it, and a magazine photo of Zsa Zsa Gabor with a Babar elephant nose. Guild Hall
Ray Johnson’s “Untitled (Witches Are Rising),” an undated work, consists of a Look magazine photo with a collaged photo of Ray Johnson as the necklace worn by the subject.