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“Naisula — A Prayer for a White Woman, Her African Servant, a Shaman, and a Spirit Child,”
At her house in Sag Harbor, Kenny Mann, right, hosted her friend Nickson Parmisa, a Maasai chief from Kitengela, Kenya, a town not far from where she grew up. Mark Segal

Gary Oldman's performance as Winston Churchill in "Darkest Hour" is already attracting Oscar buzz. It will be shown at this year's Hamptons International Film Festival. Working Title Films
"Call Me By Your Name" stars Armie Hammer and is set in Italy.
"Killer Bees" is a documentary on the Bridgehampton High School basketball team.

The first documentary by and about the surviving children of the 9/11 attacks.
Delaney Colaio interviewed Kathleen Danahy, whose father, Patrick, died in the 9/11 attacks. Ms. Danahy is a co-writer on a film about victims’ children. Women Rising
Delaney Colaio at home in Montauk with her aunt, Jean Colaio, and her grandfather, Victor ColaioWomen Rising
Sara Bordo, who is directing "We Go Higher" with Michael Campo, took a look through the camera.Women Rising

“Portraits” offers a rare opportunity to see and hear a renowned artist in an informal and intimate setting
Billy Squier, who released several hit albums in the 1980s, will perform and discuss his life and music with the guitarist G.E. Smith at Guild Hall tomorrow night.

Donald Lipski has created more than 25 public artworks throughout the United States
Donald Lipski appeared to relish the challenge as he discussed the eight public art projects he has in various stages of development. Durell Godfrey
“The Ziz” at the Cleveland Indians’ spring training stadium in Arizona is a sculptural mash-up of Brancusi’s “Bird in Space” and a baseball.
“Farm Tool” at the Corning world headquarters consists of four 250-liter boiling flasks and yucca plants on the bed of a 1934 Ford truck.

“The thing we love about honoring the Legends of Off Broadway is this: After long and sustained careers, they all continue to do amazing things.”
Robert Kalfin looked more like a hoofer than a theater director as he kicked up his heels in Three Mile Harbor. Durell Godfrey

The latest manifestations of the ascendancy of the artistic career of Toni Ross
Toni Ross paused for a moment during the installation of her work at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton this spring to enjoy the atmosphere “and one of the happiest bird sanctuaries in the world,” she said. Below, Jack Lenor Larsen and Toni Ross enjoyed a golf cart ride around the grounds of the LongHouse Reserve. Studio Toni Ross
Nighttime photos of “Sanctuary Entwined” capture the detail and interiors of Ms. Ross’s hemp-twine cubes. Jenny Gorman Photos
Left to right, “Stele 19”, “Composition 4”, “Cube,” one of three of the artist’s earlier works in clay.

A credo of humanizing the arts
Surrounded by nothing but the elements, the Art Barge offers an idyllic spot for artists to explore and create, with summer-long classes in a variety of mediums. Judy D’Mello
The 500-ton Navy barge, beached on the Napeague shoreline, was transformed into Victor D’Amico’s vision of an artists’ studio. Judy D’Mello

The images reflect the unflagging interest of one man in the faces that defined the country and its values for more than half a century
“Santa Monica Beach #4,” Sept. 30, 1963. Photographs by Richard Avedon © The Richard Avedon Foundation
“China Mach­ado,” even­ing pajamas by Galitzine, London, Jan. 20, 1965.
“Malcolm X,” civil rights leader, New York, March 27, 1963.

Dunemere Books was launched in 2016 with the express goal of tapping into the binge-watching mentality
Elizabeth Doyle Carey, left, and Carrie Doyle, authors and sisters, are the founders of Dunemere Books, a publishing press that has released seven novels in its first year. The two hope to tap into the binge-watching mentality of TV and cultivate binge-readers instead. Carrie Ann Salvi