The East End Music Film Series opens at Bay Street Theater
Doc Pomus, left, a celebrated songwriter of the early rock ’n’ roll era, posed with the singer-songwriter Dr. John, with whom he collaborated for almost 20 years.

Featuring the work of several South Fork artists
Jeff Muhs, “Citizen #1”
“Madoff” by Geoffrey Stein is made from paint and newsprint collage.

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Artists will meet to share work, ideas, contacts
Scott Bluedorn at his booth in the Market Art + Design fair this summer Jennifer Landes

Events at Guild Hall in East Hampton

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At the Bridgehampton Museum’s archives building

“the program has cast a wide net for artists from the region."
Josh Gladstone brings a variety of work by performing artists to Guild Hall in the off-season for the JDTLab.

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. Tom Kochie