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The East End Virtual Art and Cultural Events Calendar

A regularly updated calendar listing of daily virtual art and cultural events hosted by local organizations or of community interest. These listings are in addition to the organizations' standing and archived activities and events not scheduled for a specific time. Unless otherwise noted, all events are free.

Mar 2, 2024
The Art Scene 02.29.24

Love and passion return to Springs, birthday cakes for Romany Kramoris, plein-air painters in Bridgehampton, an exhibition tour at Southampton Arts Center, Linda Stein is solo in Manhattan, and American artists in Paris at N.Y.U.’s Grey Art Museum.

Feb 28, 2024
Bits and Pieces 02.29.24

“Love Letters” in Southampton, a lecture series at Madoo, highlighting Sag Harbor’s Eastville community at the Sag Harbor Cinema, and more.

Feb 28, 2024
Fans Beaming Over ‘Lights Back On’

Billy Joel’s “Turn the Lights Back On,” his first new song in 17 years, has drawn raves from a cross-section of South Fork listeners, among them WLIW-FM’s Brian Cosgrove, Cliff Young, a music journalist, and Mark Schiavoni, a guitarist for the Montauk Project.

Feb 28, 2024
The Music Scene 02.29.24

The Moondogs cover the Beatles in Sag, a dance party at LTV, pop and funk at the Talkhouse, jazz at the temple, a disco dance party, a Rush tribute, Taylor Dayne in Riverhead, and more.

Feb 28, 2024
Photos From a Vanished World

“The Finest Kind” at Clinton Academy features photographs by Doug Kuntz and others, who captured the vanishing way of life of the South Fork’s baymen for the project that became “Men’s Lives.”

Feb 28, 2024
Performance Culture 
in Sag Harbor

"Performance Con: Take One," a collaborative work-in-progress by Tess Dworman and Mel Elberg, will take place at The Church in Sag Harbor on Tuesday.

Feb 27, 2024
The Art Scene 02.22.24

Shinnecock stories at Ma’s House, celebrating Frank Sofo in Springs, a sculptural valentine in Southampton, abstract collages at Estia’s Little Kitchen, Warhol screen tests on the Lower East Side, Roman watercolors at Marymount Manhattan College, 19th-century paintings at Rogers Memorial.

Feb 21, 2024
A Weekend at The Church

Appearing at The Church in Sag Harbor this weekend are D.J. Spooky, a multimedia artist, Bruce Wolosoff, a composer and pianist, and Dan Rizzie, a painter and printmaker.

Feb 21, 2024
Bits and Pieces 02.22.24

A LongHouse lecture with Michael Arad and Paul Goldberger, landscape therapy with Edwina von Gal at Guild Hall, That Motown Band at Bay Street, drumming and jazz in Sag Harbor, a new single from Taylor Barton, the British invasion in Riverhead, and a grant application from East End Arts are in this week's cultural rundown.

Feb 21, 2024
Out of the Print Shop

The Church’s current print show highlights the art and craft of printmaking, focusing not only on the artists and printmakers of the South Fork, but displaying the tools, blocks, stones, plates, and states that go into the production of their work.

Feb 21, 2024
Booked Up in Southampton

“Look at the Book,” a new show at the Southampton Arts Center, features work by 33 artists and just as many different approaches to books and the written word.

Feb 21, 2024