Arts

The Kathryn Markel Gallery will be home to Folioeast, a mostly online assemblage of East End artists represented by Coco Myers
Carolyn Conrad’s “Grey Scale,” above, and Jane Martin’s “Artifact 5” demonstrate the range of artwork in Folioeast’s “Small Works” exhibition, from geometric precision to painterly abstraction.

A playwright, film director, and screenwriter, Mr. LaBute has been labeled misanthropic and his work likened to that of David Mamet
Joe Patrick Marshall, Tamara Froebel Salkin, and Krisitin Whiting star in "The Money Shot" at Southampton Cultural Center. Dane Dupuis

Free screenings of six foreign films will be part of its annual Winter International Film Festival
One of the local eccentrics enjoys a snack in the Dutch town where “Antonia’s Line” is set.

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Bruce Lieberman's "Wave" will be part of the new artUNPRIMED's pop-up gallery exhibition "Water" in Sag Harbor

At Guild Hall

At The Hampton Theatre Company

At the Bay Street Theater

Representing the fields of literary, performing, and visual arts, and in curatorial/critical studies, were selected from 131 online applicants by members of the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts
Marianna Levine, Ruth Appelhof, and Eric Fischl at Guild House last year.

Although Matt Vega pursued figurative painting in college, he received his Yale M.F.A. in photography and practiced it prolifically and exclusively until 2012
Matt Vega’s basement studio in Amagansett is filled with hundreds of paintings from series he often works on simultaneously. These are some of his most recent works. Jennifer Landes
An untitled painting from Matt Vega’s “Dimorphism” series, above, and one from his “Imagined Landscapes” series

“South of the Border: The Latin Side of Charlie Parker!” will serve as a tribute to the saxophonist’s foray into “the Latin Tinge,”
Charlie Parker's "South of the Border" album