Arts

“Larry had been involved with Jewish life and culture for most of his life.”
Larry Rivers's "Fall in the Forrest" will be on view at Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor through Sept. 6.
Larry Rivers's "Berdie" is a portrait of his mother-in-law.
In “Jews Harp,” Larry Rivers applies his fine draftsmanship and sharp sense of humor to a Jewish theme, broadly defined in this instance.

At Rental Gallery in East Hampton
Jonas Wood is one of 40 artists in Rental Gallery’s first official show of the season.

"Alarms and Excursions" at the Hampton Theatre Company
Rosemary Cline, Andrew Botsford, George A. Loizides, and Jane Lowe Baldwin in a scene from Michael Frayn’s “Alarms and Excursions” at the Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue Tom Kochie

S/2 is devoted to the exhibition of modern and contemporary art
Alfonso Ossorio’s “Sing for Your Supper,” inscribed on the back as “Man and Fish fowl,” created with ink, watercolor, and wax on paper

A five-part series of panels devoted to everything from our democracy to real estate to restaurants, will return to the Southampton Center next Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Toni Ross will be one of four panelist speaking about the art market at the next Out of the Question evening in Southampton.

At the Montauk Library

Local Art News

“Hand Picked: Selections From the Buhl Collection,” will open Saturday at the Southampton Arts Center
Henry Buhl with a portion of his vast collection

Three months of fund-raisers that support a wide range of charities and cultural institutions
Jesse Spooner, Georgica James Spooner, and Nicole Delma attended last year’s Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic benefit in Bridgehampton. Morgan McGivern

Andy Cohen, on the set of his show Watch What Happens Live, has stepped up as a donor to the effort to save the Sag Harbor Cinema.