Arts

Working with shaped panels of pressed wood and squares or rectangles of aluminum, Mr. King creates objects that straddle painting and sculpture, abstraction and representation, the industrial and the handmade.
For all the rich cultural diversity the East End offers, dance has always lagged behind the visual arts, music, and theater. On Tuesday, though, East Hampton audiences will get a rare chance to see a show devoted to tap-dancing.
“The two bands complement each other. I really dig what they do, and love the fact that they sing, their vocals are big. I asked Gary if we could do a double bill, and he went for it. I called Telly, they were psyched to do it, and here we are.”
The Art of Song Parlor Jazz Series will resume Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Bridgehampton Museum’s archive build­ing with “Journeys,” a concert by Darcey, a North Fork-based singer, composer, arranger, and educator who has been...
Aspiring writers, directors, and producers have been invited to attend an open classroom-open house by the directors of the new M.F.A. program established by Stony Brook University and Killer Films, on Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Stony Brook...
Guild Hall has announced the election of three new trustees to its board. Florence Fabricant, Alan Levin, and John Shea were elected on Feb. 25.
In the wake of Jason Alexander’s departure from Bay Street Theater’s “Other People’s Money” to replace Larry David in his Broadway show “Fish in the Dark,” the theater has had to do some tweaking of its...
“Emmett, Down in My Heart,” a play by Clare Coss, who lives in Springs, will be performed at the Castillo Theatre in Manhattan from tomorrow through May 17. The play interweaves text, music, and immersive staging to tell the story of...
The Garden Club of Shelter Island will hold its 14th juried daffodil show and afternoon tea on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Ram’s Head Inn. Accredited by the American Daffodil Society, the event will include assorted sweets and savories,...