Arts

A springtime screenwriters lab run by Hamptons International Film Festival
Participants in this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab, clockwise from left, Ben Nabors, Michael Sladek, Evan Schwartz, Michael Tyburski, and Christina Choe, enjoyed the warmth of a spring afternoon at c/o the Maidstone inn in East Hampton. Morgan McGivern
Michael Sladek, left, worked with Jamal Joseph, a professor and former chairman of Columbia University’s graduate film program, as one of his mentors at the Screenwriters Lab. Mr. Joseph’s memoir, “Panther Baby,” was based on his experiences as a youth in the Black Panther Party. David Nugent

The first major museum survey of work by Jennifer Bartlett
Jennifer Bartlett’s “Rose,” below, a two-panel painting from 2010-11, and Roy Lichtenstein’s “Tokyo Brushstroke I & II”, above, will be part of the Parrish Art Museum’s spring installations. Mark Segal

Three days of films, a waterfront cocktail party, and a “Travels with Charley” dog walk are among the activities that will honor John Steinbeck’s contributions to Sag Harbor
Jill Rappaport, seated with a furry friend, is the host of the Travels With Charley dog walk in Sag Harbor, based on John Steinbeck’s book and sponsored by the Bay Street Theatre.

Each show is centered on a common theme

At the Rogers Memorial Library in South­ampton

at the Southampton Cultural Center

Events at Guild Hall

at the Bridgehampton Community House

The concert, “Bernstein! From Bible to Broadway,” will take place on June 28 at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church

A one-act operatic monodrama for tenor and chamber ensemble