The annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival, a celebration of the community through live music, starts tonight and continues through Sunday. The weekend offers a headline concert and fund-raiser, an abundance of free performances by South Fork musicians, and a music-themed film.
Jim Gingerich was born in Texas and raised there and in Oregon, but, despite his love of the region, he moved to New York City 40 years ago and has spent much of his time since then painting the landscape of the South Fork.
Columbus Day weekend on the South Fork has come to mean much more than changing leaves and pumpkin picking. It is also a long weekend of film, lots and lots of film. The Hamptons International Film Festival will begin next Thursday, and by the time it ends on Oct. 10 it will have screened 126 films — features and shorts, narrative and documentary.
Canio’s Gallery in Sag Harbor will open “The Odd in the Ordinary,” a group exhibition of work by local photographers, with a reception tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. Organized by Kathryn Szoka, the exhibition reflects what six photographers see as they observe the East End. “Solarplate 2016,” a juried exhibition of Solarplate etchings will be on view...
The Rising Stars Piano series at the Southampton Cultural Center will feature the classical pianist Nicholas King on Saturday evening at 7. Mr. King, who performed during the 2015 Pianofest season, will juxtapose German, Slavic, and Nordic idioms in the program.
The indefatigable Joe Lauro will bring a new film compilation to the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tonight at 8 as host of “Legends of Rock,” a celebration of the diversity and passion of American music
“Harry and Snowman,” Ron Davis’s multiple-award-winning documentary about a Long Island horse trainer and an unkempt plow horse he rescued and turned into a national show-jumping champion, will make its theatrical debut tomorrow at venues across the country, including AMC Loews Stony Brook 17.