Arts

Is it poetry’s role to fan the flames or cool tempers?
Toby Haynes, captured in a selfie, is an artist and poet participating in a reading at the Parrish Art Museum tomorrow. RJT Haynes

“The landscape was bleak. I thought everything good that could happen would come from spring.”
Eric Dever’s new series of work, examples of which hang in his Water Mill studio, may be surprising to those who know him from his series painted only in tones and hues of red, white, and black. Laurie Lambrecht

"Extinction" at Guild Hall
Eric Svendsen and Sawyer Spielberg in a scene from "Extinction" Jason Riker
Sawyer Spielberg, Eric Svendsen, Brynne Kraynak, and Raye Levine in "Extinction"Jason Riker

The winner of top honors will receive a solo show in the museum’s Spiga Gallery
The Guild Hall Artist Members Show opens Saturday with works by East End artists such as Will Ryan, who will show his painting “Continents Within,”above.

A one-person show, which will be presented at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tonight at 7, Friday at 8, and Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m.
Jon Kovach in "The Wave"

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At the Montauk Library

At The East Hampton Library

Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits offers 20 workshops a year, most of them devoted to wine and winemaking
At Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits, Chimene Macnaughton practiced what she preaches: “Tasting is a really great challenge to the senses.” Craig Macnaughton
Bryan Tierce discussed the finer points of tequila and mescal during a recent workshop at Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits. Mark Segal

By David Douglas
The vocal abilities, musical intuition, and poise of Emilia Donato as soloist were well beyond her 22 years. Durell Godfrey