"The Champions" will have its world premiere at the Hamptons International Film Festival as part of its Compassion, Justice, and Animal Rights section.
"The Great Alone."
Amalgams of found objects with a very regional flavor
Mica Marder’s fish pieces on view at the Silas Marder Gallery include “Wood- block Blackfish,”
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“Moonfish (Mola Mola).”
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A scholarship kid trying to fit in with a fast-moving elite crowd
Dylan Blue, who is from Southampton, has a role in “The Preppie Connection.”
At the Southampton Cultural Center
At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
“It was a time that everybody wanted to be in a band,”
Arlene Reckson, who had a decades-long career in the music business before refocusing her life here, captured at the Dock restaurant in Montauk.
The inner sleeve of John Lennon’s “Imagine” album depicts Arlene Reckson, above the word “Lennon,” upper right.
An opportunity to experience the variety of work being created on the East End
Peter Gumpel, who works exclusively with watercolors, was surrounded by the tools of his trade in his Springs studio.
The influence of Asian art is apparent in much of Bernice Faegenburg’s work, including the large diptych “East Hampton Pines."”MarkSegalPhotos
One of Sheila Rotner’s four hanging paper sculptures, shown on the table in the foreground, is made from tarpaper, a durable material that takes color beautifully.
Students from schools across the East End will view the films, which focus on the themes of migration, diversity, and social inclusion