Arts

The Hampton Theatre Company will present Ernest Thompson’s play “On Golden Pond,” a story of an elderly couple dealing with family history and the advance of time, beginning next Thursday in Quogue.
The Songwriters Share concert series, which benefits local charities, will launch Friday at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse.
After receiving the top prize at Guild Hall’s 2018 members exhibition from Connie H. Choi of the Studio Museum in Harlem, Jeff Muhs is preparing for a solo exhibition there in 2020.
Keyes Art returns to Sag Harbor; Parrish to show film on Joseph Beuys; group pop-up at Markel Fine Arts, and Joan Semmel in N.Y.C.
Weekly concerts with the Nancy Atlas Project will return to Sag Harbor on Saturday with guest artists Henry Haid and George Cortez.
The East Hampton Arts Council has chosen works by Kenneth Bonar Walsh, who lived and worked in Montauk in the 1960s and ’70s, for an exhibition at Town Hall.
From the Italian seaside of her youth to the South Fork beaches, Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan, who heads the programming committee at the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center, sees an unusual connection — “cinema!”
The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will launch Local Produce, with a screening of “All Square,” a new comedy starring Harris Yulin, on Sunday at Pierson High School.
Folioeast's latest exhibition focuses on sculpture from some new and familiar faces, seen in unexpected ways.
The Watermill Center’s just-announced artists in residence for 2019 hail from as far away as Ghana and Peru and as nearby as the Shinnecock Reservation and Wainscott.
Guild Hall has announced upgrades to its theater, including the installation of a more advanced sound system and a cinema industry-standard perforated screen.
Platform shoes and bell bottoms will be appropriate at Saturday Night Stomp with music by D.J. Mister Lama.
Everybody Can Act!—an eight-session workshop—will feature exercises, games, improvisation, and short scenes.