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LongHouse Will Endure and Grow After Larsen

It is impossible to imagine Jack Lenor Larsen's energy lying dormant, but it is also not necessary, because his legacy, LongHouse Reserve, lives on after him. The stewards of the East Hampton garden and arts center he opened in 1992 are determined that the site endure and thrive.

Jan 21, 2021
Ben Vereen's Power Coming Your Way

When he teaches acting classes, one of the first things Ben Vereen asks his students is more practical than inspirational. "You're bringing your monologues and songs — but why?"

Jan 21, 2021
Diversity and Community at Guild Hall

On Sunday, Art as Ecosystem, discussions through the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts and The Church in Sag Harbor, will examine “Building Community Through Artist-led Transformative Spaces.” On Monday, it will begin a series of virtual conversations led by Black and indigenous leaders.

Jan 21, 2021
Sag Harbor Cinema Brings the Virtual to Life

A new series of conversations, "Cinema Live," will feature interviews with directors whose films can be accessed on the Sag Cinema's website during the coming weeks.

Jan 21, 2021
The Art Scene 01.21.21

The Parrish brings its tours outside, new shows at Halsey McKay, Mark Borghi, Keyes, and Roman, and more

Jan 21, 2021
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. 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.

Jan 23, 2021
Lucien Smith: From Wunderkind to Artists' Champion

At 31, Lucien Smith's story has taken him from "wunderkind" to blowback, a break from New York and the gallery system, a move to Montauk in 2015, and the creation of STP (Serving the People), a nonprofit commission-free platform for artists to show and sell their work.

Jan 14, 2021
Edward Burns's Bridge to Somewhere

Edward Burns's "Bridge and Tunnel" is a real time traveler that will seem both familiar and alien to anyone who lived through the cusp of the 1970s and 1980s. For those born much later, it serves as a period piece that recreates those days faithfully and lovingly.

Jan 14, 2021
A.I.A. Peconic Announces its 2020 Awards

On Saturday, A.I.A. Peconic, the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects, announced its annual awards during an evening Zoom presentation.

Jan 14, 2021
Bits and Pieces 01.14.21

Stephen Hamilton is back at Bay Street as the director of external affairs for the Friends of Bay Street, Music for Montauk releases a filmed concert, and more

Jan 14, 2021
The Art Scene 01.14.21

A discussion of affordable housing for artists and the youth flight in the area at the Parrish and more

Jan 14, 2021
James Croak's Feet of Clay, Hands of Dust

James Croak's career has been marked by his experimental use of materials in sculpture. This has continued with his successful efforts to cast forms out of dirt, a process he began exploring in 1985.

Jan 7, 2021