At 70, Ned Smyth has a new body of work now on view at Ille Arts in Amagansett.
In her latest paintings on wood, many of the landscapes have become interiors, and the compositions have become sparer, sparser.
Group shows at Steele, Roman, Nightingale, and White Room; a new book by Bastienne Schmidt, and plein-air painters at East Hampton Library
Hamptons Doc Fest is the mature new vision of what had been known previously as the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival.
You never know what to expect next from Our Fabulous Variety Show, an ever-evolving troupe of performers based in Southampton whose programs are designed to entertain while raising money for various nonprofit organizations.
The Montauk Library will show three short films by Emily Anderson on Sunday, including "Only the Wind Is Listening," a selection of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Caroline Doctorow and the Ballad Makers will perform a concert of seasonal songs on Saturday in Bridgehampton with Born and Raised as the opener.
For more than 30 years Melora Griffis has successfully inhabited the worlds of painting, acting, and dance.
The artist Steve Miller and the writer-ecologist Carl Safina will talk about their new book, “Radiographic,” Friday at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.
"My story, my relationship with the Hamptons, goes back a long way."
East Hampton’s own Willem de Kooning broke a personal record last week, but this year’s fall auction sales could be best remembered for what didn’t move.
Five houses demonstrating stellar examples of historical and modern architecture and design will open their doors on Saturday to benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.
“Meet Me in St. Louis: A Live Radio Play,” was adapted by Joe Landry from the book by Hugh Wheeler and songs by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. It will open with a performance Friday evening and continue on weekends through Dec. 9.