Arts

The story of Jeremiah Rossa and his wife, Mary Jane, and what they meant to the fight for Irish independence
Williams Cole, far left, and Rossa Cole with Gerry Adams, president of the Sinn Fein political party, during a visit to Ireland.

Joyce Kubat was awarded top honors for her ink-on-paper piece “Armour.”
Joyce Kubat, left, winner of top honors, and Andrea Grover, Guild Hall’s executive director, flanked “Armour,” Ms. Kubat’s winning entry. Durell Godfrey

Local Art News

At Guild Hall

“East End Collected 3” will open at the Southampton Arts Center tomorrow
Terri Gold’s “Gujarati Water Carrier” is one of the works on view in “East End Collected 3” at the Southampton Arts Center.

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At St. Ann’s Episcopal Church in Bridgehampton

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

Is it poetry’s role to fan the flames or cool tempers?
Toby Haynes, captured in a selfie, is an artist and poet participating in a reading at the Parrish Art Museum tomorrow. RJT Haynes

“The landscape was bleak. I thought everything good that could happen would come from spring.”
Eric Dever’s new series of work, examples of which hang in his Water Mill studio, may be surprising to those who know him from his series painted only in tones and hues of red, white, and black. Laurie Lambrecht