Arts

At the Southampton Cultural Center

“You’re facilitating a dream."
As a music producer and musician, Jack Douglas has worked with the Isley Brothers, John Lennon, Aerosmith, the Who, Patti Smith, the Yardbirds, and the New York Dolls, among others.

The festival will run from Thursday to Monday at various locations
“The Last Pig” by Allison Argo is one of the Compassion, Justice, and Animal Rights selections for this year’s Hamptons International Film Festival.
Chris Hondros’s image of this Liberian commander leaping in celebration of his successful rocket-propelled grenade launch is featured in “Hondros,” a film about his life as a conflict photographer.
“Disappearance” is an edgy shaggy dog story with a constant level of tension.

Sabina Streeter explores the legend in a new show
A painting of James Fenimore Cooper, left, who lived for a time on Shelter Island. Sabina Streeter used friends as models for her portraits, including this one, right, of Captain Hand’s mother.

Opening with a performance by the pianist Fei-Fei Dong
Fei Fei Dong in concert

A small but powerful exhibition at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs
Paintings by Romul Nutiu, above, and, below, Tadeusz Kantor
Andrej Jemec’s “Battle‚” from 1960, evokes the fear associated with the Cold War threat of mutually assured mass destruction.

At the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art in Roswell, N.M

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At the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Southampton Arts Center