Arts

At the Montauk Library

At the Southampton Cultural Center

At Guild Hall

At the Joyce Theater in New York City

A life devoted to drawings of others as well as his own art
George Negroponte in his studio outside Springs Virva Hinnemo
Left to right,“Braque Boxing”, “Four Shapes for RdK”, “Straggler” and “Tin Soldier,” all from 2016, combine enamel, latex, and spray paint on cardboard.
George Negroponte’s “Fact or Fiction II,” above, consists of wallpaper, linoleum, spackling paste, spray paint, and wood gathered and put together over a seven-year period.

A temporary show at 77 Dune Road
A modest cottage on the beach in Bridgehampton inspired two artists to respond to its likely razing, placing an installation of objects around its exterior.
Although most of the pieces were taken away after the installation, a couple of objects, including this stitched note, were left behind by the artists.

The adaptation is the work of Scott Eck and Joe Minutillo
Nick Gregory, Chloe Dirksen, and Michael Raver in a scene from Bay Street Theater’s Literature Live! production of “The Scarlet Letter.” Bay Street Theater

“Exit,” is far from a typical film noir
Adam Baranello is a multimedia artist, clothing designer, dancer, and musician who recently released his second film, “Exit.” It was shot predominantly on the South Fork and stars Gail Baranello, right, his wife. Christine Sampson
Abigail Hubbell, Rose Kelly, and Caitlin Hubbell, from left, who are students at the Hampton Ballet Theatre School, portrayed “creepy ballerinas” in the film “Exit.” Adam Baranello

Work by Andrew Ondrejcak and Ebe Oke will be presented on Saturday
Andrew Ondrejcak

At the Southampton Arts Center