At the John Drew Theater Lab at Guild Hall
Tandy Cronyn in "The Tall Boy" Justin Curtin

“Unstill Life” chronicles Peter Selz’s career
Gabrielle Selz with “Le Mariee,” a collaborative 1934 aquatint by Marcel Duchamp and Jacques Villon that was a graduation present from her mother Morgan McGivern

This year’s New Works Festival will focus on the theme of “rediscovery,”
Teri Kennedy, Marla Schwenk, and Felecia A. Wilson dressed in theme to honor Iris Apfel at the screening of Albert Maysles’s last film, “Iris,” at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Sunday. The film was presented by the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival and was followed by a panel discussion. Durell Godfrey

Local art news
The Wednesday Group showed plein-air paintings honoring the land-preservation work of the Nature Conservancy over the weekend at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. Durell Godfrey

Art for Aid is the brainchild of Wendy Wachtel, who opened Walk Tall Gallery in East Hampton in 2007
Danny Simmons, who has characterized his work as “neo-African Abstract Expressionism,” will show his painting “Note” as part of the Art Aids benefit.

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At Guild Hall

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Sabra Moon Elliot’s “Stitches” at Ille Arts
A selection of Bill Saylor’s drawings on paper mounted on canvas are in the current “Ubiquity” show at Ille Arts. Jennifer Landes

The countdown is on for the Springs Mystery Art Sale
Kym Fulmer recently worked with Springs School first graders as part of the its Visiting Artists Program. The Springs PTA is planning a Mystery Art Sale to support the program and other arts opportunities for children. Christine Sampson