Arts

A comedy show to benefit the Southampton Lions Club and the North Sea Fire Department will take place Saturday at 8 p.m. at 230 Elm Street in Southampton.
The Amagansett Library, in association with the Art Barge, will offer free basic drawing and figure drawing classes on Saturdays in November and December, under the tutelage of Linda Capello. A memorial exhibition of the artwork of Francesco Bologna, the East Hampton artist, gallerist, and frame shop owner who died in August, will take place at...
Susan Rosenberg, the author of “Trisha Brown: Choreography as Visual Art,” the first in-depth study of Ms. Brown’s work, will give an illustrated talk about the choreographer’s career, answer questions, and sign copies of her book tomorrow at 6 p.m. at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.
The concert series “Bach, Before & Beyond” will begin its second season at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor with a performance by Emilia Donato on Sunday at 3 p.m. A 22-year-old soprano from New York City, she received a degree in voice from Bard College, where she won the Concerto Competition and the Lombardi Prize.
Since opening this spring, Art Space 98, at the upper end of Newtown Lane in East Hampton, has presented an eclectic group of artists. The owners, Rosemarie Schiller and Tho­mas Buhler, began by showing their own work, then followed with Camille Perrottet’s photography, video, and installation work and Michael Oruch’s geometric abstractions.
In 2008, when David Mamet debuted “November,” his play about the madness of American politics, he could have hardly foreseen the season of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. But he sure tried.
Since their inauguration in 2009, the Parrish Art Museum’s biennial “Artists Choose Artists” exhibitions have demonstrated the enduring depth and diversity of the East End’s art community. The series’ fourth iteration, which will open Sunday and remain on view through Jan. 16, will again feature the work of seven distinguished jurors and the 14...
Photographs by Jacob Fellander, a Swedish artist whose large-scale cityscapes and landscapes have been prominently displayed at c/o the Maidstone inn in East Hampton, will be featured in the new film “Inconceivable,” a psychological drama written and directed by Jonathan Baker and starring Nicolas Cage, Faye Dunaway, and Gina Gershon.
Prudence Wright Holmes, an actress with extensive credits in theater, film, and television, will bring her solo show “Agatha Christa Is Missing!” to the Montauk Library on Sunday afternoon at 3:30.