arts

If you are among those who are frustrated by the crowds and noise of summer (and who isn’t?) the East Hampton Historical Society exhibition now at Clinton Academy offers a chance to reflect on simpler times.
Ashawagh Hall in Springs will be the site of the third Hamptons Plein Air invitational from tomorrow through July 23. Twenty-one artists will not only participate in the exhibition but also paint outdoors daily at locations in East Hampton and Springs. The East End Photographers Group’s summer exhibition will open at the Water Mill Museum with a...
The cabaret series “Music Mondays” at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present “This Is Dedicated: Music’s Greatest Marriages” with Kelli Barrett and Jarrod Spector on Monday at 8 p.m.
The Platform series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill provides an occasion for individual artists to consider the entire museum over a period of months as a location for interdisciplinary artworks and installations.
Via Brooklyn will present "The 39 Steps," which spoofs Hitchcock’s murder mystery with a cast of four playing more than 50 characters, along with fast changes, shadow puppets, fog machines, projections, questionable accents, and moustaches.
Guild Hall has a lively week ahead, with performances by the internationally acclaimed Pilobolus Dance Theater, the Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and vocalist Bebe Neuwirth, the classical musicians Boyd Meets Girl, and a talk by Misty Copeland, a principal dancer of the American Ballet Theater.
The Eastville Community Historical Society in Sag Harbor will showcase its new summer exhibit, "Native American Life on the East End," with a reception on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m.
An exhibition of modernist paintings by Kenneth B. Walsh at the Woodbine Collection gallery at 649 Montauk Highway concluded on June 25, but the artist's iconic "Montauk" painting will remain on display at the gallery for another month, along with select reproductions of his work depicting the hamlet.
Strange, almost surreal forms are central to Deborah Buck's paintings, so they aren’t resolutely abstract. But, with a few exceptions, they are not figurative either--except perhaps in her head, where magic is the norm.
Johannes Brahms’s “Requiem,” the work that brought fame to the composer after its first performance in 1869, will be the next presentation of the Choral Society of the Hamptons on Saturday.
In an old Southampton power station, Jeff Lincoln's “The Organic Impulse in Contemporary Art and Design” celebrates how artists and designers look to nature and organic shapes and motifs to inform their work.
The third annual Southampton Jewish Film Festival offers an opportunity to explore a wide span of Jewish history and culture, with films ranging from a documentary about American delicatessens to a narrative feature that eerily foreshadows the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
“Intimate Apparel,” an early play by Lynn Nottage at Bay Street Theater, takes audiences back in time to 1905 New York, where Esther Mills, an African-American seamstress, has a successful business.