Arts

The feature films focus on pivotal events in the civil rights struggle of the early 1960s
The documentary “Two Trains Runnin’ ” recounts the events of Freedom Summer in Mississippi in 1964.
Spike Lee’s film “4 Little Girls” memorializes the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., seen above.

Nick Gregory, Chloe Dirksen, and Michael Raver in "The Scarlet Letter" Bay Street Theater

At the Tibor de Nagy Gallery in Manhattan
Fairfield Porter’s “Claire White,” from 1960, is one of the artist’s sunnier canvases. Private Collection/Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York Photos
“Still Life of Flowers on a Mirror” is a nod to the obsession of Dutch masters.
“Twilight” was painted the year Fairfield Porter died and offers a more diffuse, atmospheric approach to a landscape than is typically associated with him. Private Collection/Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

Badfinger signed to the Beatles’ label, Apple Records, in 1968
Joey Molland’s Badfinger will perform at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead on Saturday.

At Guild Hall

At the Montauk Library

At the Southampton Arts Center

Local Art News

Two series take the Long Island Serial Killer case as a launching point

The festival will present “Un Tango Mas (Our Last Tango),” a relatively big-budget film from Argentina
Doris Nuala in a scene from “Vengo Volviendo”