Arts

“Cuba 1959,” an exhibition of photographs by Burt Glinn opens at the Tulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor. Pop in to the pop-up watercolor art show at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton on Saturday, Sunday, and Sept. 5 and 6. The show will benefit the Peconic Land Trust.
It was striking to see Billy Sullivan’s works again after some time. Although his work is exhibited widely throughout the United States and Europe, it had been a while since these eyes had seen his paintings and pastels in the flesh, and the color and composition was a knockout.
Scott Christopherson and Brad Barber were editing their film “Peace Officer,” a documentary about the militarization of America’s police forces, when, on Aug. 9, 2014, Michael Brown was killed by a policeman in Ferguson, Mo.
Bill Boggs, a four-time Emmy Award-winning television host, will share stories about his encounters with Frank Sinatra and screen highlights from his televised interview with the singer — the longest of Sinatra’s career — tonight at 8 at Guild Hall.
The Montauk Library will present a musical change of pace on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., with a free performance by the Raggle Taggle Gypsy-O’s Celtic band.
“It’s getting very intense,” said Steph Paynes, guitarist and founder of Lez Zeppelin, “which is nice.”
The Jazz en Plein Air series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will conclude its season on the covered terrace with a performance by the Alex Sipiagin Quartet, tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m.
Land art can be challenging and, judging by Saskia Friedrich’s backyard last week, also all-encompassing. On Saturday, her “ENCOUNTER/LOVE” installation opened at the Art Barge, but the days leading up to it were full of dry runs, or wet ones.
Songs, stories, and special guests are in store on Monday night at 8 at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor when Corky Laing, best known for his time as co-founder and drummer in the rock ’n’ roll group Mountain, and Kinky Friedman, a satirical country music artist, author, and would-be public servant, present “Folked Up Rock.”