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Title Wave: New Works Fest at Bay Street

A fairy tale pop-rock musical, two history-based plays, and a drama set in a near future beset by climate change will be presented next week in Title Wave, Bay Street Theater’s new works festival.

Apr 24, 2019
Priscilla Heine: Flowers, Food, and Art

“There is a calla lily thing going on in my life,” said the artist Priscilla Heine, about her first painting of that flower, whose name derives from the Greek word for beautiful.

Apr 25, 2019
Bits and Pieces 04.25.19

An afternoon salon of piano music in Montauk and a film about some of the women who took the House of Representatives in last year's election

Apr 25, 2019
The Stories That Shape Us in Sag Harbor

The fourth annual Sag Harbor Cultural Heritage Festival will take place Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at locations throughout the village. Sponsored by the 12 members of the Sag Harbor Cultural District, this year’s event, Sag Harbor: The Stories That Shape Us, will highlight the community’s literature, art, music, theater, and history.

May 2, 2019
Joseph Glasco Show Opens Pollock-Krasner House

The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center will reopen today with an exhibition devoted to Joseph Glasco, whose friendships with artists such as Alfonso Ossorio and Jackson Pollock left a lasting impression in his work.

May 2, 2019
'Refuge' at Parrish Offers Paean and Disruption

How does an artist reconcile the traditions of early landscape photographers with the imperatives of contemporary art? In the case of Thomas Joshua Cooper, he uses the best of both to invent something that is both paean and disruption.

May 2, 2019
The Art Scene 05.02.19

A benefit salute to Ken Robbins, AAEH's "Visions of Spring," White Room goes "Retro," Keyes Art's "Women," and much more

May 2, 2019
Bits and Pieces 05.02.19

Season previews through immersive theater, storytelling at SAC, Gene Casey in Bridge, Japanese textiles, and much more

May 2, 2019
European Exhibitions in Southampton Through Films

HIFF will present three films that recreate the feeling of being at important European exhibitions of masters of painting throughout the centuries.

May 2, 2019
Celebrating Eleanor Roosevelt at LTV

Blanche Wiesen Cook, who wrote one of the definitive biographies of Eleanor Roosevelt, will speak about her subject on Saturday as part of a daylong event to raise awareness of several initiatives involving the former first lady.

May 8, 2019
Guild Hall Berenice d’Vorzon A History Beyond Walls at Guild Hall

Guild Hall’s new public database of its permanent collection has been greeted by some with surprise. It is not the multiyear project that culminated in its going live in February that raises eyebrows so much, rather it is the notion that the museum has a collection at all.

Apr 12, 2019
Hedges-Edwards Barn Now Part of Mulford Farm

The Hedges-Edwards Barn, dating from around 1770, was originally located on the west side of Main Street in East Hampton, where the library now stands. E.J. Edwards first moved it around 1910 to his nearby property on Edwards Lane.

Mar 23, 2019