Arts

The music begins with a lighthearted evening that benefits a good cause
Bell choirs such as the Harbor Bells will help ring in the holiday season this year. Durell Godfrey
A tree lighting and caroling at the Maidstone on Main Street in East Hampton has become a holiday tradition. Durell Godfrey

At the Bridgehampton Museum’s archive building

At the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton
LongHouse Reserve saves some of its dazzle for the winter months, too. Dawn Watson

At Marders Nursery in Bridgehampton

At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

For the 16th annual Screenwriters Lab

International exposure for our regional faves
Eric Firestone, who has a gallery in East Hampton, will bring artists such as Howard Kanovitz to the Untitled art fair at Miami Beach next week.

Local Art News
“Gone Wild” by Cara Enteles is on view at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill through Dec. 14.

Pure formalism as it applies to photography
An installation view of the Daisuke Yokota photographs at Harper’s Books in East Hampton.
One of the more fluid examples of Daisuke Yokota’s photographs at Harper’s Books.
An alchemist at work
Tracy Harris took a break from the rigors of encaustic painting with Ruby, her studio assistant. Mark Segal
“Reticle” by Tracy Harris
The swirling lines and dynamic forms of “Pyxidia” are typical of Tracy Harris’s paintings.