This marks the third year that local musicians will join those who travel from places such as New England, Florida, and California to promote and share their talents
The Montauk Project will offer three performances at the Montauk Music Festival next weekend, ending with a sunset show outdoors at the Lighthouse.
Carrie Ann Salvi
The school will continue and expand upon its summer offerings this year
The show serves as an apt tribute to the breadth of his achievement as an artist
This picture of John Chamberlain was taken in his Shelter Island studio in 2011. His retrospective at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York closes this week.
His collectors have remarked on his ability to capture the personality of his subjects
Toby Haynes renders his highly realistic images of animals to be looked at more closely.
Local art news
Judith Sneddon will discuss the watercolors of Claus Hoie, such as “Rounding the Cape/Cape Horn,” from 1992, at the East Hampton Historical Society’s annual meeting on Saturday.
Known predominantly as the Bull’s Head Inn
Work continues apace at the site of the Bull’s Head Inn, soon to be known as the Topping Rose House when the inn reopens this summer under the direction of Tom Colicchio.
Jennifer Landes Photos
What’s on at the Bay Street Theatre this summer
Brad Zimmerman will star in “My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy.”
Local culture news
Visitors dressed in their own versions of floral attire
LongHouse was still blooming with azaleas, cherry blossoms, and sculptures on Saturday, along with visitors dressed in their own versions of floral attire. Clockwise from top left: Dianne Benson’s jodhpurs added a yellow punch to the landscape; viewers stopped to take in a sculpture in the collection; Steven White chose the zinnia as his fashion inspiration, and Trudy Craney enjoyed Judith Shea’s “Idol” from LongHouse’s temporary sculpture show.
"He caused an earthquake that shattered the syntax of visual language"
Norman Rockwell immersed himself in the process of action painting to produce an homage to Jackson Pollock used on a Saturday Evening Post cover in 1962.
Louie Lamone, Norman Rockwell Museum