Jennifer Landes
Junko Sugimoto, center, spoke with visitors at the opening in her immersive piece "Moby-Dick," made out of rolled printed paper hung with chicken wire in the barn as her young daughter looked on.Doug Kuntz
Even the farm's outhouse was co-opted as exhibition space, in this case for Judy Richardson's "Moby Boat," coated in wax and filled with wax-covered containers.Jennifer Landes
Janet Goleas, the curator of the installation, included her own piece inspired by the site and theme.Morgan McGivern
Yves Musard gave a performance piece during the opening based loosely on the text.Morgan McGivern
Joe Pintauro stood at the "mouth" of his photo piece mounted on vinyl and placed on one of Mulford Farm's buildings.Morgan McGivern
Taylor Rose Berry from BookHampton provided a table for those captivated by the show to return to the text and discover more material by and about Herman Melville.Morgan McGivern
Junko Sugimoto and Janet Goleas in the barnMorgan McGivern
The opening crowd milled about Joe Pintauro's photo piece, which can be seen from Main Street.Morgan McGivern
A Dennis Oppenheim video work from 1972 was inserted into a barn window.Jennifer Landes

At 75 Industrial Road in Wainscott

At Guild Hall

At the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center

A nondenominational celebration of the joy of music

The series centers on the Beauchamp family, Joanna and her daughters, Freya and Ingrid, who live in the secluded seaside town of North Hampton
Madchen Amick, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Julia Ormond, and Rachel Boston star in the TV series “Witches of East End.”

The festival will open at Guild Hall in East Hampton next Thursday
Will Forte, Bruce Dern, and Stacy Keach in a scene from “Nebraska,” Alexander Payne’s latest movie set in his home state. It is a Centerpiece Film in the Hamptons International Film Festival. FOR MORE FILM IMAGES, PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM.
"Capital" or "Le Capital" by Costa-Gavras is one of the Spotlight Films this year and takes place in the cut-throat world of international banking.
Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave," the story of a free black man who is taken into slavery in during the years before the Civil War, will be the Closing Night Film on Monday.
Lance Armstrong's rise and fall will be chronicled in "The Armstrong Lie," one of the festivals documentary features by Alex Gibney.

On Sunday at 5 p.m., Crossroads will offer the first of a series of workshops featuring both local and internationally renowned players

By Mark Segal
Robert Dash’s “From Blue Hill VI,” a pastel from earlier this year, will be on view at the Drawing Room in East Hampton beginning tomorrow. Gary Mamay
Grace Cheatle starred as the cross-dressing Rosalind. Durell Godfrey Photos
Michael Forde's Orlando appeared to get the best of James Hyde's Charles with classic Renaissance-style foreshortening.
More from the wrestling scene
The production illustrated how well choreographed such scenes must be.
With one more...
Elissa Churchill, Caitlin McEwan, Adam Phillips, and Joe Skelton got in on the act(ing).
Lucie Crawford as Celia embraced Grace Cheatle's Rosalind, as Celia's father, the Duke, banished Rosalind, her best friend, from court.
Grace Cheatle and Joe Skelton
Celia and Rosalind in their new identities