Arts

The executive director of the Keith Haring Foundation
Julia Gruen spends every weekend she can at the Water Mill carriage house where she summered as a child. Morgan McGivern
“Keith and Julia,” the artist’s Picasso-esque self-portrait with Ms. Gruen, in acrylic and oil on canvas, was executed on Sept. 26, 1986. Keith Haring Foundation
Julia Gruen and Jane Wilson in New York City in 1964 John Jonas Gruen
In Water Mill in 2005John Jonas Gruen
Julia Gruen with her father John Gruen
On the beach in Water Mill
Keith Haring executed an edition of 10 of these painted aluminum sculptures called “Julia," and inspired by her dancing, in 1987.Keith Haring Foundation

At the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center

At the Montauk Library

At The Barnes Landing Association meetinghouse in Springs

At the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill

Events at Guild Hall

The concert, “Classical Collaborations,” will be performed twice

A play by Carey Crim, with Scott Schwartz directing
The cast of “Conviction” includes Daniel Burns, Brian Hutchison, Sarah Paulson, Garret Dillahunt, and Elizabeth Reaser. Jerry Lamonica

Local art news

Ms. Cote’s public art projects will be the subject of a talk at Guild Hall on Saturday at 3 p.m
Andrea Cote cast a rubber mask of her face for “Second Skin,” which explores the idea of persona and what we reveal and what we hide. Mark Segal
"Eyes on Main Street" (poster of artist wearing Danielle Gisiger's eyes)
"Blue Body Mandala," 2013. Wood block ink print on paper (cast rubber body parts)