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During a recent conversation at his house and studio on seven wooded acres in Noyac, Dan Welden said, “ ‘Master printmaker’ is a touchy title for me,’ I know printmaking pretty well now, but every so often it will throw me for a bit of a loop. I like the idea that I don’t feel totally secure in any one thing. If somebody knows it all, then they...

On the first day of spring—the season where new life emerges from winter’s deathly clutches—the Choral Society of the Hamptons and the South Fork Chamber Ensemble drew a capacity crowd to the East Hampton Presbyterian Church for a concert of music by Johann Sebastian Bach and Gabriel Fauré pondering themes of death and resurrection.
The Watermill Center will present an art exhibition, two open rehearsals, and tours of the building and grounds this weekend, beginning tomorrow at 1 p.m. with a screening at Francesca Fini’s “Ofelia No Anneka (Ophelia Did Not Drown)” and followed by an open rehearsal of “La Masca,” a mixed-media installation. Ms. Fini is a current resident at...
It is possible to feel sorry for the artists who are on view at Ille Arts for the gallery’s inaugural exhibition at 171 Main Street in Amagansett. Sara DeLuca’s new quarters are perched a little higher from street level, and the floor-to-ceiling windows that span the south-facing wall provide a panoramic view both inside and out. The gallery...
Exhibition openings are few and far between this time of year, but Ashawagh Hall in Springs can be counted on to mount a new show of work by local artists every weekend.
Yonkers is coming to Quogue next Thursday when Neil Simon’s play “Lost in Yonkers,” a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winner, opens a three-week run at the Hampton Theatre Company.
In a sure sign that summer is approaching, the Perlman Music Program is holding two concerts this weekend at the Clark Arts Center on Shelter Island.
Sofia D’Angelo, a 17-year-old singer-songwriter from New York City, will perform at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow at 6 p.m. Her original music deals with relationships, creativity, and modern life.

A current production of a play about two female ex-cons trying to survive in the world outside their cell is "as good as regional theater acting gets," according to Kurt Wenzel's review.