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The Art Scene 10.06.22

Irina Alimanestianu and Brian O'Leary at MM Fine Art, group shows at the Gardiner Mill Cottage and White Room, eight East Enders in the Long Island Biennial at the Heckscher, Nicole Corbett at Colm Rowan Fine Art

Oct 6, 2022
Bloody Shakespeare in Sag Harbor

Blending excerpts from Verdi's opera "Macbeth" with a story based on the 1849 Astor Place Riot, "The Shakespeare Riots" will come to the Bay Street stage as a world premiere operatic dramatization.

Oct 6, 2022
Reclamation Projects

At the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs, the hand-carved surfaces of Sally Richardson's wood and stone sculptures communicate as much as their shapes, while the layered materials of Jesse McCloskey's pieces vacillate between figuration and abstraction.

Oct 6, 2022
The Art Scene 09.29.22

Solo shows for Laurie Lambrecht, Ellen Frank, Mark William Wilson, and Susan Fisher, panel on Indigenous sovereignty at the Parrish, group shows at Keyes Art and Ashawagh, Mary Heilmann in print

Sep 29, 2022
In Many Ways, Here's 'The End'

A curiosity for history, particularly of Long Island and the East End, led Emily Sundberg on a quest to find out more about Gardiner's Island, resulting in a new documentary, "The End."

Sep 29, 2022
More, More, More at Film Fest

The film festival's hits just keep on coming, including a conversation with Chelsea Clinton about "Gutsy," her eight-part documentary about influential women, and four just-announced films.

Sep 29, 2022
Local Talent in Festival Spotlight

Nine months after filming wrapped in Wainscott, the comedy "Who Invited Charlie?", whose cast and crew includes East Enders, will have its world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

Sep 29, 2022
Creativity Lives On in Springs

Nicole Corbett, an artist who lives in Springs, creates large ceramic moon jars, a genre that originated in Korea, that she glazes with swipes of her long hair dripping with paint.

Sep 29, 2022
Bits and Pieces 09.29.22

Janis Joplin tribute concert at Bay Street, auditions announced for new Choral Society singers, wine and roses benefit for the Southampton Cultural Center, Sag Harbor walking tour, Louis Malle film at Pollock-Krasner House.

Sep 29, 2022
Celebrating Julie and Tony

As part of its Julie Andrews retrospective, Ms. Andrews will attend a screening of "Mary Poppins," and the cinema has mounted an exhibit related to the personal and professional relationship of Ms. Andrews and Tony Walton.

Sep 29, 2022
New Exhibition Illuminates Trees

Work by 80 artists from 20 countries will celebrate the majesty and ecological significance of trees in a new exhibition at the Southampton Arts Center.

Sep 29, 2022
The Retreat and HIFF Showcase a Community

Markie Hancock's documentary "The Power of Community: How One Town Stood Against Domestic Violence" is a compelling, sad, yet hopeful hourlong journalistic journey into a community that came together to build a domestic violence shelter.

Sep 27, 2022