Mr. Cole, a Sag Harbor photographer and sculptor, has built a body of work utilizing the cast-offs of others
Rossa Cole’s studio in Sag Harbor shows evidence of his photography and his more recent forays into sculpture.
At the Parrish Art Museum
The performance happens at the Engelman Recital Hall in the Baruch Performing Arts Center
At the Southampton Cultural Center
The concert will take place in the Parish Hall of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton.
At Guild Hall
Local art news
Jack Youngerman’s works on paper will be on view at the Drawing Room in East Hampton beginning tomorrow.
Stephanie Brody-Lederman won top honors for her painting “Reading Plato,”
Winners of the Guild Hall Members Art Show, chosen by Elisabeth Sussman, gathered outside the museum on Saturday night.
Putting together theatrical productions with a group of adults with learning disabilities
“It’s so nice to see that there is a place in this world for everybody, on stage and off,” said Jacqui Leader, who is directing the East End Special Players in “Gigi, the Life of a Doll” this weekend at the Bay Street Theatre.
By Natalie A. Naylor
Henry Highland Garnet, an abolitionist and minister famous for his 1843 “Call to Rebellion” speech, lived in Smithtown for a time after escaping with his family from Maryland.