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David Cutler Kennedy is in residence at the Halsey McKay Gallery this winter with installations and live-stream web camera documentation of his winter residency endeavors.

Ranging from the beauty and function of tribal craft to the high artistic impulse of contemporary practitioners of fiber art
Moroccan rugs and, from left, Jayson Musson’s “Mass Shadow Generator,” a South African Zulu pot, Hank Willis Thomas’s “D Block,” and Sterling Ruby’s “D.C.” at the Rental Gallery

Saturday at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett
Cracked Actor rehearsing at Innersleeve Records for its concert at the Stephen Talkhouse on Saturday

East Hampton Library Winter Film Festival will present free showings of six foreign films
The Polish actor Boguslaw Linda plays Wladyslaw Strzeminski, a Russian-born avant-garde painter who opposed Stalinism in Poland, in “Afterimage,” the last film made by the noted Polish director Andrzej Wajda before his death.

Working outside the context and discourse of the art world
Mark Wilson will show selections from his collection of more than 50 life-size, handmade toy wooden guns at the Outsider Art Fair in Chelsea. Mark Segal
One of Mr. Brosterman's large painted baskets of rattan and wire made in the 1930s by inmates at the Anamosa State Penitentiary in Iowa and sold at the prison store.

At the Cultural Center

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A show of photographs by Charles Jones emits a magnetic pull toward the back gallery
"Potato, Red Round" is one of the plain descriptive titles with which Charles Jones labeled the photographs he took of his garden's bounty. Drawing Room Gallery
"Onion, Brown Globe"Drawing Room Gallery

Live and streamed performing arts on January's schedule
A scene from "Rachel," a musical about the life of Rachel Carson, which will be presented by JDT Lab on Monday Guild Hall