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A Cautious Optimism Prevails at Duck Creek

Duck Creek's programs and exhibitions directly relate to the present Springs artist community and its history as an art colony going back decades. Given this precedent, the site has become inextricably linked to its programs. That is a challenge in a socially distanced time

May 28, 2020
Arts Notes 05.28.20

New online classes, an easement closes for the Sag Harbor Cinema, the Hampton Theatre Company announces the postponement of some of its plays, and more

May 28, 2020
When a Montauk Mechanic Took on the Town

Move over, “The Affair.” In the stranger than fiction department, a Sag Harbor filmmaker is shopping a screenplay about a Montauk mechanic, his years-long dispute with the town, and the romance he shared with his late partner.

May 28, 2020
Terrie Sultan Announces Departure From Parrish Art Museum

The director of the Parrish Art Museum will step down at the end of June, the museum announced on Thursday. Ms. Sultan has been director for the past 12 years and oversaw the museum's move from Southampton Village to its current headquarters in Water Mill in 2012.

May 21, 2020
The Enrico Caruso Caper of 1920

Cat burglars stole $375K in jewels from the tenor’s house in 1920.

May 21, 2020
Viral Culture: Waiting for 'When' to End

Running into Warren Neidich on the beach in Wainscott was pure happenstance, but led to Toni Ross and Sara Salaway participating in his “Drive-by-Art” regional outdoor exhibition on May 9 and 10, during which their collaborative piece “When” was installed.

May 21, 2020
Arts Notes 05.21.20

Drive-In style movie screenings kick off this weekend with "Raiders," a celebration of Toni Morrison, Saul Steinberg, and more

May 21, 2020
Rock Royalty of the South Fork Remember Little Richard

Tales of elevator encounters and rehearsals with a ‘nuclear reactor’ of a performer.

May 16, 2020
A Parrish Show Goes Digital

Once planned as a traditional installation, the next Parrish Art Museum show, “Telling Stories: Reframing the Narratives,” promises to push the boundaries of the virtual exhibition.     

May 14, 2020
Arts Notes 05.14.20

Virtual screenings of documentaries, Tennessee Williams celebrated at Guild Hall, portraits during Covid time, and more

May 14, 2020
Visual Art Gets Real Again on the South Fork

As both commercial and nonprofit art spaces pivot to an online setting, viewers still hunger for art out of the virtual sphere. A number of spaces and a special outdoor exhibition this weekend are making interactions with art objects possible again in real life.

May 7, 2020
Arts Notes 05.07.20

Whitehead wins second Pulitzer, Pollock-Krasner House's show for the season opens virtually, a workshop on opera, a virtual art fair booth, and more.

May 7, 2020