"A window into what the creative process is"
Carrie Mae Weems enjoyed a light moment before the presentation of “Grace Notes: Reflections on Now” at the Watermill Center. Mark Segal

Members of Guild Hall’s Academy of the Arts agreed to act as jurors for four categories: literary arts, visual arts, performing arts, and curatorial or critical studies
Standing, left to right: Walter Price, visual artist, Andrea Grover, Guild Hall’s executive director, Tanya Gabrielian, performing artist, Judson Merrill, literary artist, Michele Cohen, chairwoman of the Museum of Arts and Design, Lucia Davis, curatorial/critical studies, and Eric Fischl, president of the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts. Seated: Martin Cohen, chairman of Guild Hall, and Lydia Hicks, visual artist. Durell Godfrey

Brecker and Martignon will jam on Saturday
Hector Martignon will join Randy Brecker on the Southampton Art Center’s stage on Saturday. Leticia Martignon

Hypocracy over the centuries
Jim Wright and Ashley Bell enjoyed a carefree moment in Central Park.

The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival is presenting two Spring Doc Days
Wynton Marsalis is one of the Pulitzer Prize winners featured in "The Pulitzer at 100," a film to be screened Sunday at Bay Street Theater. Pulitzer at 100

“Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction” spans the years following World War II through the late 1960s
Artworks with South Fork ties in the “Making Space” exhibition include, above, Lynda Benglis’s “Embryo II‚” from 1967, below, Joan Mit­chell’s “Ladybug‚” from 1957. Museum of Modern Art, Estate of JoanMitchell
Also with South Fork ties, Lee Bontecou’s “Untitled‚” from 1961. Benglis Image Licensed by VAGA, New York, N.Y.

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The Sara Nightingale Gallery’s “Open Garden” exhibition will feature its first showing of work by Judy Mannarino, whose painting “Daisy Noose,” above, will be on view.

At the Sylvester Manor Living Room on Shelter Island

At the East Hampton Presbyterian Church