Arts

Beginning Feb. 9, nine East End artists will establish pop-up studios in the Southampton Arts Center, where they will create new work, install completed pieces, conduct workshops, and be available to engage on an intimate basis with members of the...
One can be forgiven for reaching for a seat belt during the opening scene of Neil LaBute’s play “Reasons to Be Pretty,” now at the Southampton Cultural Center. The play opens with a couple's confrontation that results in an 11-minute fireball of...
George Plimpton on film, art market documentary, celebrating Walt Whitman, talks at historical society and Watermill Center
Jonathan Howe, who teaches music at the East Hampton Middle School, will give a piano recital at the museum archives building on Saturday evening.
Joseph Vecsey, Gary Vider, Oscar Collazos, and Reg Thomas to perform Friday evening in Sag Harbor
“Allelujah!” — filmed live last July at London’s Bridge Theatre — will have an encore screening at Guild Hall Friday evening.
Parrish to screen "Painters Painting," group shows at Folioeast, Ashawagh Hall, MM Fine Art, and Jackson Pollock prints in Chelsea
The story of the role of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in ensuring the comfort and survival of the Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art in the late 19th century is one rarely told but will be the subject of Parrish Art Museum talk next week.
For those who missed Paul Schrader’s award-wining film “First Reformed” when it played in theaters, the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will provide a second chance on Sunday at Guild Hall with a director's talk to follow.
Eric Dever’s intensely hued paintings literally take over Berry Campbell’s Chelsea space in a new exhibition of recent works.
Its theme of the bitterness of aging in "On Golden Pond" is one rarely addressed in drama. It may have great resonance for many, through this mostly well-played production.
Production design by Mark Friedberg showcases artwork by his former Springs neighbor Bill Tarr.
With a devotion to Tibetan Buddhist meditation a central tenet of her practice, Hildy Maze is a thoughtful and introspective artist who also needs to earn a living. In the face of a fickle art market, she has become creative in promoting her work to...