Arts

A rare “white glove sale"

‘I’m going to be surprised to see what’s in the film. How do you put a hundred hours into an hour?’
Itzhak Perlman in a scene from “Itzhak,” a documentary having its world premiere as the opening night film of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Itzhak Perlman, shown conducting in “Itzhak,” runs a music school on Shelter Island with his wife, Toby Perlman.

“Paradigm Lost"
Jace Panebianco, a Southampton native who now lives in Hawaii, produced and directed “Paradigm Lost,” to be screened at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow. A.J. Messier
“Even if the tide is high or the waves are crumbly, you can be foiling and riding waves for minutes,” Jace Panebianco, who made “Paradigm Lost‚” said. “It makes surfing in bad conditions really fun.” Andy MannAndy Mann

A fellow at the Watermill Center interacts with the East End environment
Widget” and “Diminished Basic”, below, are two of the paintings by Royce Weatherly at the Watermill Center.
Royce Weatherly finds the memorable in the mundane, as in “Worklights,” a painting from 2012.

A gesture made by putting two hands together to form a heart shape
Katherine C.H.E. with Bakithi Kumalo Bakithi Kumalo

An interview of Andrea Grover
Ned Rifkin and Andrea Grover Ellen T. White

Local Art News

At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

Encouraging engagement between the Watermill Center residents and the community

At the Southampton Cultural Center