Arts

William Quigley, a painter who lives in New York and Los Angeles, will host an art exhibition and fashion runway on Saturday at 6 p.m. on the back lot of Schenck Fuels, 62 Newtown Lane in East Hampton.
Fern Mallis has navigated two worlds in the fashion industry: the initial, enormous behind-the-scenes efforts, as executive director of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, to unite the industry under what eventually became New York City’s iconic Fashion Week, and the public acclaim she later began to receive for that work as senior vice...
A rare trove of photographs and posters depicting the history of Cuba along with contemporary images will be on display this summer at the Southampton Arts Center thanks to a collaboration with the International Center of Photography in New York City.
The Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival is off to an auspicious start with two concerts of contrasting music that drew and delighted capacity audiences.
It has been many years since John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent a low-key summer on the South Fork, but on Saturday and for the next two months, several iconic images of the famous couple will grace East Hampton.
On Friday afternoon, Chris Harmon of East Hampton, one of the more outstanding surfers to grow out of Long Island waves, crouched, nearly knelt, before a finely shaped length of fiberglass-coated polyurethane foam, virtually flat, the nose of it pointed with a forked tail, two fins, a red deck, and white bottom.
Music for Montauk, the long-running program of free concerts that was revived in the spring by Lilah Gosman and Milos Repicky, its new artistic directors, will hold its first-ever summer series of concerts, indoors and out, from Tuesday through Aug. 15.
“One-Man Star Wars Trilogy,” a solo performance by Charles Ross, a Canadian performer and writer, will transport the galaxy from far, far away to Guild Hall on Saturday at 8 p.m.
The Allman Brothers Band may be finished (or maybe not), but Butch Trucks, a founding member and one of its two percussionists, is rocking on. Now at his house in France, Mr. Trucks will arrive in the United States next Thursday and head directly to Amagansett and the Stephen Talkhouse.