An eclectic body of work ranging from delicate wire-and-plaster constructions to ellipses, drawings, collages, totems, and a variety of other objects
Mark Webber’s work in progress, seen here in his woodworking studio in Wainscott, is the largest of his signature “portals.” Mark Segal
Mark Webber’s drawings are built up in layers, with parallel lines often floating above solid forms.
This 2015 sculpture of copper wire, papier-mâché, and black paint reflects a departure from the solidity of his portals and ellipses.

A free concert on Saturday afternoon at 4 at the Montauk School auditorium
Joanna Maurer and Annaliesa Place performing at an outdoor concert last year

Spektrum Ensemble in Southampton
Spektrum Ensemble, performing tomorrow at the Southampton Cultural Center, wants to take the stuffiness out of classical music, said Trudy Craney, third from left.

Local Art News
A quilt by Maxine Townsend-Broderick on view at the Eastville Community Historical Society through June 17.

In East Hampton
Elina Garanca as Octavian and Renee Fleming as the Marschallin in "Der Rosenkavalier" Kristian Schuller/Metropolitan Opera

At the Southampton Arts Center

At the Theater for the New City

In Sag Harbor

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At The Parrish Art Museum