Arts

At The Old Whalers Church
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Monica Banks’s “Clouds” amass new and old bibelots and tchotchkes between delicate wire joinery. Jennifer Landes Photos
Christa Maiwald’s embroidered “Family Portrait”
David Geiser’s botanical hangings loom formidably along the glass entrance wall of the Southampton Cultural Center behind Sarah Jaffe Turnbull’s ceramic sculptures.
A vitrine in the gallery displays a variety of artist books made by Barry McCallion, most on handmade paper with a variety of themes and designs.

The production stars Johan Botha, a leading Wagnerian tenor, in the title role of the young knight caught between true love and passion


At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Southampton Cultural Center

An artistic friendship celebrated in “Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson: Seen and Unseen,”
Jane Wilson looked on as Jane Freilicher examined a 1957 issue of Life magazine that featured her and her work. Douglas Rodewald
Jane Freilicher’s “Flowering Pear,” from the upcoming Parrish Art Museum show “Seen and Unseen.”

“The roots of my work are in Dada,”
Jim Gemake surveyed a portion of his inventory of found objects in his basement studio in Water Mill. Mark Segal
Arrows figure in many of Jim Gemake’s pieces, including “Neither Here Nor There.”,left. “The Other Side of the Moon”, right, reflects his interest in texture, shape, and color.

As one family celebrates in Edwardian fashion at a house in a northern industrial town, a storm cloud appears in the arrival of Inspector Goole
Susan Galardi, Edward A. Brennan, and Amanda Griemsmann in a scene from the Hampton Theatre Company pro- duction of “An Inspector Calls.” Tom Kochie