A tour of the buildings and landscapes that played such an significant role in Moran’s life in the village
The East Hampton Historical Society will present a tour of the places Thomas Moran liked to go in East Hampton and will also explain the recent progress on the restoration of his house and studio.

A strong linear and geometric approach
Ryan Wallace’s “Crostics”
Bill Komoski is one of the artists highlighted in “TERRITORY,” an art show in an Amagansett potato barn.

A visit to his East Hampton basement studio brought to mind the French word bricolage, which refers to a construction made using available materials
Nick Tarr’s basement studio is jam-packed with artwork, including dozens of the illuminated dioramas that were his signature for many years, as well as objects and images he has yet to repurpose in his photographs and collages. Mark Segal
“Sorcerer’s Epitaph” includes images and objects that celebrate his father, Bill Tarr.

By Kurt Wenzel
Mark David Watson, Michael Brian Dunn, and Daniel Passer share a household briefly in “The Underpants.” Dane DuPuis
The concert will be conducted by the society’s music director, Mark Mangini
Victoria Bond and Mark Mangini at a Choral Society party last summer. Durell Godfrey

At St. Ann’s Episcopal Church

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor

At the Surf Lodge in Montauk

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

At c/o the Maidstone inn in East Hampton Village