Arts

Two at Drawing Room The Drawing Room in East Hampton will reopen Saturday with concurrent solo exhibitions of paintings by Vincent Longo and sculpture by Elaine Grove. The show will run through April 27.
Artworks began appearing in public locations in and around the Village of Southampton in September. Spray-painted with a bright, glittery palette, some were abstract, some included letters and words, and some bore the stenciled face of a helmeted...
As part of the Madoo Talks lecture series, Marilee Foster, an artist, writer, and farmer whose family settled in Sagaponack in the mid-1700s, will talk about “The Evolving Sagaponack Landscape” at the Madoo Conservancy in that village on...
After a monthlong hiatus, the Fireside Sessions with Nancy Atlas will return to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tomorrow evening at 8. Ms. Atlas’s guests will include Billy Campion and Billy Ryan, formerly of the Bogmen, one of New York City...
Glenn Feit has had his share of anxious moments. “It’s enough to take a bar exam,” said the partner in the international law firm Proskauer Rose LLP. “It’s enough to speak before hundreds of people in court. I’m a...
Guild Hall’s 30th Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards dinner will take place Monday from 6 to 10 p.m. at Sotheby’s in New York City. This year’s honorees are Jules Feiffer, whose literary-media arts award will be...
The Montauk Library will be the site of “The Magic of Folklore,” a performance and talk by Matthew Harrison and Vlada Yaneva, two pianists, on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. They will perform two and four-hand pieces inspired by traditional folk...
A show of work by Jane Freilicher will be presented this week by the Tibor de Nagy Gallery at the Art Dealers Association of America’s "Art Show" fair in New York City. Ms. Freilicher, who died last year, was not only a “...
Softball Inspired Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in Bridgehampton will be the site of “Spring Training 2015,” a pop-up art exhibition, from tomorrow through March 29. A reception will be held March 14 from 6 to 8 p.m.