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Have Art and Shed, Will Travel

"In a sea of knotted sweaters and blue-chip galleries, we're here," Hadley Vogel said of East Hampton Shed. "There's so many pop-ups with galleries from the city, but a truly alternative space doesn't really exist out here anymore."

Jul 9, 2020
Connecting Artists and the Public, Digitally

"When the museum temporarily closed the building, we realized, like everyone else, that the digital platform was our smoke signal, our flare, our communication. We started to look at our Instagram and we wondered how can we make it a little meatier."

Jul 9, 2020
Movements, Migrations, and 'The Land Claim'

Tomashi Jackson's Parrish Art Museum project, "The Land Claim," focuses on historical land rights and appropriation in the United States, and, specifically, historic and contemporary issues that have affected indigenous, Black, and Latinx families on the East End. She will be part of a streamed discussion on Friday.

Jul 9, 2020
‘Limitless Seating’ for Star-Studded Show at Guild Hall

If there is a small silver lining during the widespread shift to online cultural programming necessitated by Covid-19, it is, as Andrea Grover, Guild Hall’s executive director, says, “Seating is limitless in the virtual realm.” Which is a good thing, because Sunday’s staged reading of “Same Time, Next Year” with Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin would surely be a sellout if it were a live production.

Jul 9, 2020
The Art Scene 07.09.20

Bryan Hunt opens at Duck Creek, visitors come back to Pollock-Krasner, Rental Gallery's "Friend," and more

Jul 9, 2020
Bits and Pieces 07.09.20

Our Fabulous Variety Show will host it's own "American Idol"-style contest beginning Sunday and a new drive-in series in Southampton (with tailgating) will help Feed the Need.

Jul 9, 2020
LeRoy Bell and G. E. Smith's Music for Troubled Times

"Stony Hill" pairs the guitarist G.E. Smith with LeRoy Bell, a singer-songwriter and musician whose works have been recorded by artists including Elton John, the Spinners, the O'Jays, the Temptations, and Gladys Knight and the Pips. Videos accompanying the first two songs to be issued, the politically charged "America" and the traditional "Black Is the Color," were released on Friday.

Jul 2, 2020
Michael Butler on Isolation, Community, and More Isolation

Just when Michael Butler was experiencing what it was like to feed off of other artists' creative energies, the shutdown came.

Jul 2, 2020
Mary Ellen Bartley's Stacks of Color at Drawing Room

"Return to Summer Reading," a show of new Mary Ellen Bartley photographs at the Drawing Room gallery in East Hampton, reveals an artist who is a master of reinvention derived from ever so slightly shifting her focus on a single subject.

Jul 2, 2020
Sag Harbor Cinema Drive-In Returns to Havens Beach for July

The Sag Harbor Cinema will screen "Point Break," "Selena," and "Moonrise Kingdom" on three nights in July at Havens Beach. Meanwhile, the cinema continues its online series, adding new titles this week.

Jul 2, 2020
Bits and Pieces 07.02.20

Bay Street's virtual gala will feature a telethon and its usual performances, plus more classes, and some new Hamptons DocFest favorites.

Jul 2, 2020
The Art Scene 07.02.20

Borghi's new gallery, Jackson speaks, Ai Weiwei's Chinese Zodiac at LongHouse, The Shed on Wheels, and much more

Jul 1, 2020