The curators have brought together artists well familiar and perhaps less so, all from the South Fork and many from Sag Harbor and North Haven
April Gornik’s and Donald Sultan’s watercolors of whales flank the fireplace at the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum’s “Whale of a Show.” Works by Dan Rizzie and Edwina Lucas can be seen in the mirror.
Ann DeMauro’s “Sardines‚” in oil on linen
“Humpback Whale,” an oil on canvas by Edwina Lucas
At the Parrish Art Museum
Dave Harvey will call while the band plays at the Parrish Art Museum's evening of contra dance.
Jen Stark spent much of last week painting the sides of the Surf Lodge in Montauk as part of her installation for Eric Firestone.
Jennifer Landes photos
Sir Noel Coward loved to tell how he wrote “Hay Fever” in three days in 1925, and expressed astonishment up until his death over the play’s never-waning popularity.
Gabriella Campagna, Rosemary Cline, Bobby Peterson and Andrew Botsford
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At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor
Joseph Vecsey will host the All Star Comedy Showcase featuring Donnell Rawlings on June 1 at Bay Street Theater.
Michael Heller/Bay Street Theater
At The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor
Yimou Zhang's “To Live” is first up at the John Jermain Library's Chinese film festival on Thursday.
At the Montauk Library
At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill
“Womanhouse,” an all-female exhibition steeped in the history of feminist art
Eric Firestone took a moment to reflect during the installation of his “Womanhouse” exhibition last week.