Much of the dynamism comes from a place relatively hidden in the open-plan construction
Frederic M. Seegal, an investment banker with a history of active involvement in arts organizations, was elected chairman of the Parrish Art Museum’s board in January. Under his leadership, the museum administration hopes to expand its mission and endowment. Morgan McGivern

Set on the island of Inishmaan off of Ireland in 1934
A scene from Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” running at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater from Wednesday through June 9. Above from left to right are Kristen Lowman, Janet Sarno, Christopher Imbrosciano, and Tom Gustin. Durell Godfrey

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Peter Dayton had work at the Grey Art Gallery, one of the participants in the Collective.1 Design Fair, a satellite of the Frieze Art Fair in New York last weekend.

At the Renee Weiler Concert Hall of the Greenwich House Music School

A dynamic program of music dedicated to the sea

A new program initiative

At the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center

The program will explore death in the African diaspora from archaeological and artistic perspectives

At the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church

The outdoor village shows the story of life in a 17th and 18th-century Shinnecock community