Arts

Initiated in 2009, the biennial shows invite online submissions from East End artists, which are reviewed by a panel of distinguished jurors, each of whom makes two selections
The Parrish Art Museum’s juried exhibition “Artists Choose Artists” features work by 7 jurors and the 14 artists they selected. Michael Pintauro

To celebrate this year, seven new permanent collection gallery shows will augment the special juried exhibition “Artists Choose Artists,”
“Hamptons Drive-In,” a painting by Howard Kanovitz, will be on view as part of “Changing Views,” one of several newly installed gallery shows drawn from the Parrish’s permanent collection.

Local art news

A thriving, year-round community of musicians on the South Fork allowed the creation of a local collection
Eric Cohen, the John Jermain Memorial Library’s coordinator of technology and media Morgan McGivern

Its mission is to promote peace and cultural diversity by showcasing both the work of artists and over 25 films from around the globe
The view out of George Barnes’s New Jersey window inspired his documentary “Look Up! The Sky Is Falling,” to be shown this weekend at Guild Hall.

By Bridget LeRoy
Craig Braun, Diana Marbury, Morgan Vaughan, and Vay David in the Hampton Theatre Company’s production of “Other Desert Cities.” Tom Kochie
At Guild Hall.

At the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Md.

At Bay Street Theatre