The 2016 Hamptons International Film Festival begins Oct. 6.
Shifting artistic gears with apparent ease between wood reliefs, metal sculpture, drawing, and painting
Like much of Carol Ross’s aluminum sculpture, “Gorge,” seen here with the artist in Guild Hall’s sculpture garden, is an abstract, almost Minimalist response to nature.
“Urban Moon,” left, which reminds the artist of a moon rising above a Manhattan fire escape and “Ravine Tall”.
The first concert to be held at the newly renovated Fort Pond House in Montauk
The musicians who performed for Music for Montauk on Saturday night at Third House played Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” and “Rodeo.”
A harpist was part of the musical crew at the Shakespeare-themed performance at Fort Pond House on Aug. 17.Jane Bimson
A Parrish Road Show installation in 2012, “what comes around,” marked the beginning of a photographic venture
On Saturday, Jill Musnicki will exhibit photos of a fox family at Georgica Pond and eagles in Sagaponack at her family’s nursery on Paul’s Lane in Bridgehampton.
Beginning in the 1960s, artists began playing with the boundaries of what constitutes a painting
The Halsey Mckay gallery in East Hampton is showing two exhibitions with different riffs on painting — “Shapes,” organized by Ellie Rines, and “Free Fallin,’ ” with works by Blair Thurman, above, and Patrick Brennan.
In Agawam Park
At Bay Street Theater’s Comedy Club in Sag Harbor
At the Montauk Library
In the social hall of the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Church in Bridgehampton
At Kinnaman and Ramaekers in Bridgehampton