Arts

Helen Charash, a part-time East Hampton resident, is featured in a new documentary "Eva Hesse," about the life and art of her sister. It will be screened at the Southampton Arts Center tomorrow.
“Black and White,” a group exhibition of work by 14 artists, will open at the Tripoli Gallery in Southampton with a reception on Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. and continue through April 16. The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton will present “Waterlines,” an exhibition of approximately 40 works by Michele Dragonetti from her “Boat Hulls” photography...
“Viewpoints @ 29th Street,” the Watermill Center’s series of talks at Robert Wilson’s loft in Manhattan, will open its 2017 series with a conversation between Katharina Otto-Bernstein, a filmmaker, producer, and screenwriter, and Annette Insdorf, a writer and film professor at Columbia University.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present a new All Star Comedy Show on Saturday at 8 p.m. Once again the evening will be hosted by Joseph Vecsey of the Optimum Cable TV “Unmovers” spots and host of “The Call Back,” a podcast devoted to the art and business of comedy. Richie Redding, Dave Sirus, and Marie Faustin will be the guest comics.
Jenno Topping’s commitment to mentor and support women in film has led to one of her most noteworthy and lauded achievements to date: helping to bring “Hidden Figures” to the screen.
“Visionaries,” the new Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum exhibition, which opened on Saturday, celebrates the avant-garde instincts and connoisseurship of the people who shaped the museum’s collection. Although it contains precious few American artists, that hasn’t stopped its curators from celebrating one American painting in particular, Jackson...
The Southampton Artists Association Winter Art Show will take place from today through Feb. 26 at the Southampton Cultural Center. A reception is set for Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. The Winter Salon Series at Malia Mills, a pop-up gallery in the clothing purveyor’s Main Street, East Hampton, space, will open a new group exhibition with a reception...
Guild Hall will present an encore screening of the National Theatre Live production from London’s Donmar Warehouse of George Bernard Shaw’s classic play “Saint Joan” on Saturday at 7 p.m.
The South Fork is no stranger to world-class musicians and recording artists, be they summer visitors, second-home owners, or year-round residents. One in the latter category may not be a household name, but Zach Zunis will be watching the 59th annual Grammy Awards ceremony on Sunday with particular interest.
“I Am Jane Doe,” a documentary about sex trafficking of under-age girls on Backpage.com, directed by Mary Mazzio and co-produced by Ms. Mazzio and Alec Sokolow, a screenwriter who lives in Sagaponack, will premiere tomorrow in Manhattan and in five other cities.
Chris Bauer, an actor from Sag Harbor, is co-starring with Lawrence Gillard Jr., Jordan Lage, and Rebecca Pidgeon in “The Penitent,” a new play by David Mamet that premiered yesterday at the Atlantic Theater Company in Manhattan and will run through March 19.
Iris Smyles, the literary editor of The Star’s East magazine, will host “An Evening of Love and Other Horrors” to celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Malia Mills shop on Main Street in East Hampton. Starting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, the event will feature readings by Patricia Marx, a humorist and staff writer at The New Yorker, Frederic Tuten, whose...
The Wamponamon Masonic Lodge No. 437, which was established in Sag Harbor in 1858, has been off limits to nonmembers for as long as anyone can remember, save for a single open house last June when the public was invited to see the painted Masonic symbols and celestial imagery on the inner sanctum’s walls and the domed ceiling by John Capello, an...