Ms. Cote’s public art projects will be the subject of a talk at Guild Hall on Saturday at 3 p.m
Andrea Cote cast a rubber mask of her face for “Second Skin,” which explores the idea of persona and what we reveal and what we hide.
"Eyes on Main Street" (poster of artist wearing Danielle Gisiger's eyes)
"Blue Body Mandala," 2013. Wood block ink print on paper (cast rubber body parts)
By Bridget LeRoy
“God of Carnage,” a comedy of manners, mostly forgotten, stars, from left, Andrew Botsford, Jessica Ellwood, and Rosemary Cline, along with Joe Pallister.
At The Watermill Center
At the Clinton Academy
At the Southampton Cultural Center
Set in 1958 and 1959, in Mark Rothko’s New York studio
John Logan’s play “Red,” about Mark Rothko, stars Victor Slezak, center, and Christian Scheider. It will continue at Guild Hall through June 8.
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Andrea Grover, the Parrish Art Museum’s special projects curator, has won a $150,000 grant to realize her vision for the exhibition “Radical Seafaring‚” slated for 2016.
A reputation for creativity
John Broderick, above, has handled lighting and production design for several of Metallica’s tours. A concert by the band with the San Francisco Symphony featured a set, below, inspired by work of the artist Mark Rothko.
Six rooms will be styled by well-known interior designers from New York City and the East End
Maria Greenlaw and Suzanne Caldwell wrestled with a folding cot on the sleeping porch.
Zoe Hoare and Pepper took a break during the setup of the “English country” room. Durell Godfrey Photos
A drama by Carey Crim that will begin its world premiere run at the Bay Street Theatre
Scott Schwartz, the director, and Carey Crim, the author of “Conviction,” at left, exchanged ideas with the cast during an early rehearsal in New York. Bill Hutchison and Elizabeth Reasor had their backs to the camera, while opposite them were Sarah Paulson, Daniel Burns, and Garret Dillahunt.
Taking a break from rehearsal, Bill Hutchison, Elizabeth Reasor, Sarah Paulson, the playwright Carey Crim, the director Scott Schwartz, and Daniel Burns and Garret Dillahunt, cast members, shared a light moment. Barry Gordin