Arts

There's a new jam in town! The Hampton Jam Company, founded by Joe and Jessica Cipro, is a new company offering a line of products made in East Hampton from organic ingredients: fruit, spices, sugar, and lemon. The jams will be sold at the Havens Farmers Market on Shelter Island and at the Hampton Bays farmers market. Shawn Christman, the...
The Parrish Art Museum’s “Sounds of Summer” music series will launch tomorrow at 6 p.m. on the museum’s terrace with the first of four “Jazz en Plein Air” programs. Organized by Richie Siegler, a jazz drummer from Shelter Island, the concert will feature the Emilio Solla Tango Jazz Quartet.
The Perlman Music Program will open its summer program at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island this weekend with two alumni recitals and a family music event.
The Montauk Music Festival’s seventh annual happening heralds summer’s imminent arrival, as the four-day event draws hundreds of artists and thousands of music lovers to the hamlet on the weekend before Memorial Day.
“Water, water everywhere . . . but is it safe to drink?” If he were alive today, Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner might have told a different, less poetic story, perhaps as a speaker at “Tideland Sessions,” an all-day program of talks and performances organized in conjunction with the Parrish Art Museum’s current exhibition, “Radical Seafaring.”
Last September, when the pianist and vocalist Judy Carmichael spoke with The Star about her upcoming cabaret performance at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor, she was already excited, though the show was still eight months in the future. “Billy Stritch is going to be my guest,” she said. “We will have two Steinways and will play duets, and I...
Frequent visitors to the Tripoli Gallery in Southampton are familiar with the work of Nico Yektai, even if they do not realize it. Anyone who has taken a rest on one of the commodious benches in the gallery has experienced it. The seats are remarkable in their perfect adaptation to the human form, even in their spare materials of wood, metal, and...
Sitting in the living room of the Sag Harbor apartment-studio where he has lived for most of the past 30 years, surrounded by books, objects, sketchbooks, and dozens, if not hundreds, of paintings, David Slater apologized for the clutter, lit a stick of incense, and began to weave the threads of a life fully lived. Early on, he recalled, “My...
The Watermill Center is shedding the relatively low profile it has maintained for the past few weeks with a weekend of open studios and rehearsals by resident artists, a guided tour of the facility, and the second installment of its spring International Brunch series.