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The Art Scene 02.18.21

Three photographers at Drawing Room, copper plates in the woods, Ross Bleckner at Van de Weghe, and more

Feb 18, 2021
Bits and Pieces 02.18.21

A new remote In Process at Watermill Center, the Plain Sight Project comes to the Parrish, staff changes at Guild Hall, and a talk about birds in honor of Peter Matthiessen.

Feb 18, 2021
Claire Watson: The Artist as Alchemist

The working process of Claire Watson, from her early 1990s transformations of ordinary tobacco pipes into extraordinary objects to her recent constructions assembled from leather pattern parts, thread, and wood veneer, can be seen as a form of alchemy, one that often emerges from her personal history and her research.     

Feb 11, 2021
Have Thread, Will Travel

Jade Ford found love and a new career path as a traveling tailor and an up-cycled fashion designer in East Hampton after moving here from Brooklyn five years ago.

Feb 11, 2021
Hamptons Film's Coming Attractions

Hamptons Film honors Black History Month with a talk from its October festival on "With Drawn Arms." Other new releases are available to stream through its website.

Feb 11, 2021
Taxter to Take the Reins at the Parrish

Kelly Taxter, a curator of contemporary art at the Jewish Museum in Manhattan, has been named the director of the Parrish Art Museum, the museum announced last week.

Feb 11, 2021
The Art Scene 02.11.21

Connie Fox goes solo at the Hecksher, six speak on "East End Collected 6," love-themed exhibitions, and more

Feb 11, 2021
Bits and Pieces 02.11.21

A discussion of the future of museums and their relevancy and honors for Bay Street Theater

Feb 11, 2021
Michi Itami and the Irony of Being American   

Michi Itami has worked in a variety of mediums -- printmaking, ceramics, painting, digital photo collages -- but as an artist and teacher, her attitude is consistent: “If you just listen to what they say you have to do, you don’t get anywhere. If you step outside of the box, if you just think creatively, there’s so much you can do.”     

Feb 4, 2021
Pioneering Black Film Directors and Stars Captured in Minutes

In a tribute to Black History Month, the Sag Harbor Cinema is launching a new series of Cinema Minutes devoted to pioneering Black filmmakers and stars.

Feb 4, 2021
An Abundance of Stories at Keyes Art

At times, one can enter Keyes Art in Sag Harbor and see a pared-down exhibition, similar to any other buttoned-up gallery in the region. In all the best ways, this is not one of those times.

Feb 4, 2021
An Inspiration to Opera Lovers at Guild Hall   

An introduction to the Bel Canto Boot Camp, prepared specially for Guild Hall, will take place online Thursday at 6 p.m. and be followed, on four consecutive Sundays starting this week, by sessions organized around specific themes.     

Feb 4, 2021