Arts



The oldest non-juried show on Long Island

Gillian Gordon Courtesy of the Sag Harbor Cinema

In a new play at Guild Hall
Michael Paul and Trevor Vaughn rehearsing a scene for “Falls for Jodie” Austin Donohue

A lawsuit settled "amicably"
Terry Wallace holding his Irwin Hoffman portrait of a teenage Jacqueline Bouvier at the Wallace Gallery on Park Place in East Hampton last week. Richard Lewin

Submissions open, a new prize, and more programs
“In the Heat of the Night” stars Rod Steiger as a racist sheriff and Sidney Poitier as a Philadelphia police lieutenant forced to work together to solve a murder in a small Mississippi town.

On view at the Parrish Art Museum and in New York
Mel Kendrick, who will be one of the speakers at the Parrish Art Museum’s “Artist to Artist” talk in Water Mill regarding Louisa Chase, took this photo of her in Springs in 2012, four years before her death.
“House on the Water” is a 1997 lithograph by Chase on view at the Parrish.
Louisa Chase’s art is on view as a solo show in one of the Parrish Art Museum’s permanent collection galleries. The works include, clockwise from top left, “Untitled” from 1988, “Yellow Spooks” from 1986, and “Terrible Twos” from 2011, a personal favorite of her friend and fellow artist Mary Heilmann, above, who will speak about Chase and her art soon at the museum. Parrish Art Museum and Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York