Arts

Southampton Village is embarking on a mission laid out in 2009 to enhance vitality in its core business district
The new pavilion planned for the old Parrish Art Museum property will provide Southampton Village with a splash of red, as well as a host of summer events and winter skating. Pictures from the opening of the new Parrish are on C2. Rockwell Group

By Kathy Engel
Local art news
Alisha Kerlin’s “Meanwhile the Peaches on the Tree Are Unripe,” from this year, will be in a show opening on Saturday at the Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton.

Five films will be screened
Janks Morton will speak about his film “Hoodwinked” to conclude the Black Film Festival on Saturday at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Local culture news

The 34,400-square-foot building, designed by the Swiss architectural firm of Herzog and de Meuron, will have three times the exhibition space of its South­ampton Village building
Matthew Placek

Local culture news
Lauren Kinhan will be the featured vocalist at the next Parlor Jazz concert on Saturday in Bridgehampton. Daniel Azoulay

Local art news

The intersection of aural and visual is familiar territory for Ms. Cohen
Nell Shaw Cohen, left, is the composer of “Watercolors,” a 15-minute piece inspired by Charles Burchfield paintings. It will be performed on Saturday at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill. At right is Burchfield’s “Glory of Spring,” one of four works that inspired the composition and part of the museum’s permanent collection.

“Murder Ballad” is based on the song form in which the events surrounding a crime of passion are typically described
Juliana Nash of Amagansett contributed music by her ’90s alt-rock band and wrote new music for the show “Murder Ballad.” Sarah Dangin