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Kahlo's Body, Illustrated

A new Parrish Art Museum show of photographs, images, letters, and other ephemera provided by the artist's family focuses on Frida Kahlo's dramatic medical history and its impact on her life, work, and relationships.

Nov 17, 2022
Lubitsch to Bogdanovich

Sag Harbor Cinema's Festival of Preservation will feature an eclectic roster of films by notable directors, dating from 1923 to the present, and featuring conversations with filmmakers and curators and a live salute to vaudeville.

Nov 17, 2022
Bits and Pieces 11.10.22

Classical Latin guitar at the Rogers Library, HamptonsFilm's Screenwriters Lab is open for submissions, Wine and Roses benefit tries again at the Southampton Cultural Center, and a Mega Raffle for Our Fabulous Variety Show.

Nov 10, 2022
Celebrating Ellington

A concert and dance party celebrating the music of Duke Ellington will be held at The Church in Sag Harbor.

Nov 10, 2022
Communism, the Musical

Sanda Weigl, who will perform two concerts of Roma music at The Church, has led an extraordinary life, buffeted by politics and antisemitism, that took her from Romania to East Berlin to West Berlin, and finally to New York and Sag Harbor.

Nov 10, 2022
The Art Scene 11.10.22

Jeremy Dennis at Bay Street Theater, Christopher Knowles at Watermill Center, contemporary crafts at Make Hauser & Wirth, Mary Heilmann honored, Robert Longo in L.A., political cartoons, trees, and vertical geometry

Nov 10, 2022
It's Grant Season for Arts Orgs

Among the arts organizations receiving money from recently announced New York State Council on the Arts grants were several East End institutions. The dozen recipients account for a total of $180,000 of the $32 million allotted among more than a thousand cultural organizations in the state.

Nov 10, 2022
Building Knowledge

The Parrish Art Museum will hold an "Architecture Trivia Night" with questions from professional architects and prizes for the winning contestants.

Nov 10, 2022
The Life of a Supreme

Opinion: Bay Street Theater's "All Things Equal" celebrates the many achievements of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but the playwright's portrait of the late Supreme Court justice is at times one-dimensional.

Nov 10, 2022
Bits and Pieces 11.03.22

Groundbreaking film at Sag Cinema, open studios at Watermill Center, classical music in Southampton and on Shelter Island, prize-winning play at Montauk Library

Nov 3, 2022
An Artist Pushing the Limits

The Parrish Art Museum will present the first major retrospective of work by Mel Kendrick, whose sculpture highlights the inherent possibilities of materials, and the myriad ways of configuring them.

Nov 3, 2022
The Art Scene 11.03.22

Pastels and decorative objects at the Drawing Room, handmade illustrated books at Colm Rowan Fine Art, Dan Welden workshop at Southampton Arts Center, Parrish talk on Shinnecock history, benefit for Brooks-Park, and an eclectic group show at Mark Borghi

Nov 3, 2022