Arts

At Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater


A free solo performance by Suzanne Savoy about Christine de Pizan

At Guild Hall

Works from a variety of mediums, among them paintings, sculpture, and works on paper
Richmond Burton’s oil painting “Zone” from 1995 is part of the Parrish Art Museum’s new “Perspectives” exhibition.

At St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton

Another life in front of the camera as a model with the Wilhelmina and Ford agencies
Joanna McCarthy, below, photographed this bison roundup in South Dakota as part of her “Americana” series. Joanna McCarthy and Eric Meola Photos
Taken in the Pacific Northwest, this photograph combines two of Joanna McCarthy’s favorite subjects, old trucks and old barns.
Because of the condensation through which she was shooting in late March, “Greenhouse Pansies” has the look of a painting.

“Good Bones,” a new narrative film by Tim Bohn
Comfort Clinton and Theodora Miranne enjoy Modelo Especial while zooming across Gardiner’s Bay in “Good Bones,” Tim Bohn’s film about the world of high-end real estate, which was filmed entirely in and around East Hampton.
The cast and crew of the film “Good Bones” set up for a shot at Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett.

Nilson Matta, a Grammy-nominated bassist and composer, has been called “a powerhouse bass player” by Downbeat magazine
Nilson Matta will take the audience on a jazz-infused “Bra­zil­ian Voyage” on Saturday evening.

Nancy Atlas and the Nancy Atlas Project return to the stage at 8 tonight with the final concert of this winter’s Fireside Sessions
Nancy Atlas and Clark Gayton at Bay Street Theater last year Michael Heller