Arts

Burt Glinn’s “Castro Speaks in Santa Clara, January 5, 1959” will be on view in “Cuba, Cuba! 65 Years of Photography,” which will open next Thursday at the Southampton Arts Center. Burt Glinn/Magnum Photos
Torreon de Santa Cruz del Norte, Cuba, from 1999Andrew Moore/Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
Cuban fishermen, from the series “Cuba: Going Back,” 1996.Tony Mendoza/Lehigh University Art Galleries - Museum Operation

The festival kicked off its 32nd season with an outdoor concert of summery impressionistic music
Eight hundred music lovers enjoyed the opening concert of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival inside and outside a tent at the Bridgehampton Museum on Wednesday. Franziska Seemann

“Right On! The Lennon Years, Photographs by Susan Wood 1968-1978” is an exhibition of 24 photographs depicting some of Swinging London and America’s most hip and fashionable
John Lennon and Yoko Ono Susan Wood
John and Yoko, 1968Susan Wood
John and Yoko, 1968Susan Wood
Ralph Lauren and family at homeSusan Wood
Helen Gurley BrownSusan Wood
Tom WolfeSusan Wood
Christie Brinkley in the early daysSusan Wood

“Surf Craft: Design and Culture of Board Riding”
The artistry of “Surf Craft” at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will appeal to surfers and non-surfers alike. Russell Drumm

The Music for Montauk series will launch Tuesday with several pop-up concerts in the hamlet’s outdoor spaces and public venues

Events at Guild Hall

Great Caesar’s Ghost’s recently released “Dragonfly,” a two-CD collection that demonstrates some remarkable musicianship

Local art news

By 1964, Lichtenstein’s Pop style had evolved into the polished appearance that, in the artist’s words, “hide the record of my hand.”
Roy Lichtenstein was inspired by Monet’s “Nympheas (Water Lilies)” in a series of paintings that included “Water Lilies With Japanese Bridge,” right, from 1992.

At the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor