Arts

The oldest non-juried exhibition on Long Island
A detail from Nicolas Tarr's lensed box "House of Mystery," one of approximately 400 works on view in Guild Hall's 80th artist members exhibition, which opens on Saturday.

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“Petite Messe Solennelle,”
This week, the Choral Society of the Hamptons will give two concerts celebrating spring. Durell Godfrey

Lush, dreamy soundscapes
Martin Fabricius, a Danish vibraphonist and composer, will lead a group, including Claes Brondal, in performance at the Southampton Arts Center on Saturday. Bablu Virinder Singh

At Bay Street Theater

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At Bay Street Theater

The new residents are in residence
Guild House will not only be home for Guild Hall’s five resident artists in April, it will also be the site of collaborative projects to be presented to the public at the end of the month.

A guide for writers working in films, television, plays, and literature
James V. Hart will lead Saturday’s master class in screenwriting.

At the Watermill Center
Saskia Friedrich, whose "Love" was installed in the bay in front of the Art Barge on Napeague in 2015, will open her studio at the Watermill Center. Jennifer Landes
Ville Andersson