Arts

Jesse Moss, the director of “The Overnighters,” spent two years “embedded” in the small North Dakota town of Williston, where hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has unlocked a vast oil field in the nearby Bakken shale
The Rev. Jay Reinke experiences both external and internal struggles in “The Overnighters,” to be screened in the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs program tomorrow night.

Local art news
Savi0 Mizzi’s “At the Butcher” will be on view in “Curious,” a group exhibition at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weeked.

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church

At John Varvatos on Newtown Lane

At the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center

The legendary Roger Waters, co-founder of Pink Floyd, will be the special guest at a Labor Day weekend benefit picnic at Cindy Sherman’s house in Springs for the Azuero Project and the Perfect Earth Project
On her own property at the edge of Accabonac Harbor in Springs, the landscape designer Edwina von Gal practices what her Perfect Earth Project preaches by going toxin-free. Carissa Katz

Before his death in 2002, Mr. Giard had made almost 600 portraits of East End writers such as Edward Albee, Blanche Wiesen Cook, Clare Coss, Lanford Wilson, and Suzanne Gardinier
Mark Doty, a poet and memoirist, in a 1992 picture by Robert Giard Robert Giard

What could be more idyllic than whiling away long August days encased in a bubble of intoxicating fragrance?
Clethra Anne Bidwell’s upright, densely clustered spikes of flowers can resemble an old lace pattern. Abby Jane Brody
Clethra rosea, from the family of plants known informally as summer sweet or sweet pepper bush, has an intoxicating fragrance. Abby Jane Brody

A jam-packed schedule of programs