The inclusion of clay arts in the 2015 Whitney Biennial marked a significant step in the latest ascension of ceramics
Eve Behar, a professional ceramic artist who is the president of the Clay Art Guild of the Hamptons, digs deep and gets her hands full of clay at the potter’s wheel, throwing what would eventually become a wide-mouthed bowl.
Tom Walter, the studio manager, teaches classes and works on his own professional ceramic art.
Color samples show how various glazes appear on different types of clay after they are fired.
A tale filled with moral dilemmas that will have audiences debating long after they leave
Rebecca Edana, Mary McGloin, and John Carlin star in “Dead Accounts” at the Hampton Theatre Company.
A number of the Academy Award nominations for 2015 films have connections to the South Fork
Melissa Leo, who grew up spending summers in Springs with her father, Arnold Leo, has a brief but memorable performance in "The Big Short," a film nominated for a best picture Oscar.
At The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
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Christian Little's recent work will be on view at Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill beginning this weekend. A planned opening has been postponed due to the weather.
At Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Steven Todrys has a long association with the theater
Karol and Steven Todrys
Lots to consider, admire, and puzzle over
An installation in the Parrish Art Museum’s central gallery includes work by, from left, Dorothea Rockburne, Friedebald Dzubas, Michael Tetherow, and Donald Sultan.
Robert Dash’s “Afternoon #2,” an oil-on-canvas painting from 1965, was a gift from the Madoo Conservancy. Daniel Gonzalez
Childe Hassam’s “Church at Old Lyme” is part of the Parrish’s permanent collection.
Three generations of a colorful family from a small Texas town
At the Quogue Community Hall