The film follows the mentorship between Mr. Terry — a trumpeter and flugelhornist who taught Quincy Jones and Miles Davis — and Justin Kauflin, a blind jazz pianist in his mid 20s
“Keep On Keepin’ On,” a film about the jazz legend Clark Terry, will be screened at Guild Hall on July 25, part of the Summer Docs series.
At the Southampton Historical Museum
On the grounds of Mulford Farm
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
At the Montauk Library
At Guild Hall
The exhibition will include more than 70 paintings and works on paper from important public and private collections
William Glackens and his family spent six summers on the south shore of Long Island, where he painted “Jetties at Bellport” in 1916.
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The completed installation transformed Guild Hall’s Spiga Gallery into a virtual sanctuary or “theater in the round,”
Nina Yankowitz is illuminated by her Vortex Paint Game, one of two interactive games in her Guild Hall installation, “Criss-Crossing the Divine,” that invite viewers to engage in a dialogue with sacred religious texts.
Paul Davis, now 76, has spent his career pouring his far-reaching talent into a wide array of different projects, working as a painter, illustrator, and graphic designer
Paul Davis made this whale painting from wood, steel, and acrylics. It will be shown at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller later this summer.