Arts

Artwork by Peter Spacek, Jeff Muhs, Charles Waller, David Geiser, Anna Jurinich, Caren Sturmer, Michael Cardicino, and Rossa Cole will be featured in Mark Seidenfeld’s exhibition “America on Fire: A Politically Incorrect Show,” at The White Room Gallery.
The Shelter Island Presbyterian Church will present a community sing-in of Handel’s “Messiah” on Sunday at 3 p.m.
The Perlman Music Program, which holds its Summer Music School on Shelter Island, has received an Art Works award of $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the school.
For 30 years, Alexis Rockman has rendered the natural world, producing both detailed oil paintings depicting the dystopian consequences of climate change, genetic engineering, and industrial pollution, and more immediate field drawings of plants and animals encountered on his travels.
There is a good deal of excitement at the Bay Street Theater in advance of its 25th season, so much so that Scott Schwartz, the artistic director, has already announced two of its upcoming summer productions just on the cusp of 2016.
For several years Daniel Jones has been photographing the East End. Based in Southold, he has captured the North Fork waterways as well as Cooper's Beach and Flying Point in Southampton.
Laurie Anderson will be at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill on Friday, Jan. 8, for a screening of her film “Heart of a Dog.”
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor has welcomed back Nancy Atlas for another winter season of Fireside Sessions.
hristian Scheider will present a two-day mini-marathon of the cinematic work of Jacques Tati at the Amagansett Library this weekend.