Arts

It carries a voltage that no amount of repetition will diminish
Chris Campion will perform at Rock the Farm in Amagansett on July 21. Chris Cassidy

Local culture news
Saturday will be the last day of Guild Hall’s Artist Member’s Exhibition, which includes Joanna McCarthy’s “Old Red Truck,” selected as best photograph by Lilly Wei, the guest juror.

Down the Garden Path
Among the gardens on the tour will be that of Gus and Liz Oliver in Sagaponack, designed by Edwina von Gal. John Hall

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Jason Willaford’s “In Business, for Small Business,” made from reclaimed vinyl billboards, is on view at Boltax Summer Project on North Ferry Road on Shelter Island. Jackie Black

By Francis Levy
Louis Begley Michael Lionstar
Mr. Price said his greatest joy in contemporary theater is as a director
Jennifer Regan rehearsed “LUV,” a comedy starting next week at Guild Hall, with Robert Stanton in New York.

Local culture news
Christopher Isherwood, seated, and Don Bachardy are profiled in “Chris and Don: A Love Story,” a documentary to be shown at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton next Thursday.

Local art news
A mixed-media collage by Ellyn Tucker will be part of a Crazy Monkey show opening this weekend in Amagansett.

By Sheldon Harnick
Sheldon Harnick’s poem “Puddles” introduces a section in “The Outdoor Museum” devoted to his wife’s photographs of wet city streets and what is reflected in them. Margery Harnick Photo
“If I had known that there were nefarious goings-on at the Air Force base where I swam each summer, I would have been thrilled”
Many of the scenes in “Montauk Chronicles,” a film about mind control and alien experiments having its premiere at Gurney’s Inn tomorrow, were filmed at the Camp Hero base, where the action supposedly took place in the 1970s.