The Met: Live in HD will return to Guild Hall with Bizet’s opera “Les Pecheurs de Perles” on Saturday at 1 p.m. Premiered in Paris in 1863, the opera was last performed at the Met in 1916, with Enrico Caruso, Frieda Hempel, and Giuseppe De Luca in the lead roles.
A political cartoonist, graphic novelist, and author known for his intensely critical view of the American government takes a positive turn to support an "outsider" candidate for President.
A partnership with the Hamptons International Film Festival has broadened the East Hampton Library’s already vigorous year-round film program. The relationship began last fall, when the library became a festival site. “It was a great match for us,” said Dennis Fabiszak, the library’s director. “They can use our facility as a small theater for the...
At a time when Iowa is dominating the headlines because of its imminent caucuses to help select the next president, the sobering differences between the mores and beliefs of middle America and those of the coastal elites could not be clearer.
This year’s Winter Salon at the Drawing Room gallery in East Hampton once again defies expectation and reminds us that installing an art exhibition is an art in itself. The directors’ great eyes for artists and visual relationships add up to a memorable visual experience — a collective POW!
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.