The Madoo Conservancy has received new funding to aid preservation and strategic planning for its Sagaponack gardens.
This year the Hamptons International Film Festival added virtual reality to its programming, showing a thriller at Mulford Farm and presenting a talk with some of the creators in the medium.
Inhabiting a time and place rich in artistic crosscurrents and cross-pollination, Lee Krasner apparently always sought a unique vision, but one distilled from the radical advances in abstraction of her avant-garde peers and predecessors.
On a weekend when the United States Supreme Court solidified a conservative majority, prompting protests among those fearing its future decisions, the Hamptons International Film Festival offered a slate of films and programs that reflected this...
“Monrovia, Indiana” and “City of Joel,” both shown during the Hamptons International Film Festival, could have been shot on two different planets, so dissimilar are the stories of their subjects and the filmmakers’ very approaches.
Don Christensen at Ille Arts; paper cutting at Sylvester Manor; and several shows or interest in New York City opening this week
Humor, tricks, and slightly bawdy references enliven selections from a 1741 masterpiece in Sunday's concert.
London's National Theatre Live and the Met: Live in HD will open their fall seasons this weekend at Guild Hall with encore screenings of recent performances.
An East End dance theater company will present “One Flag: United in Hell” on Saturday and Sunday at Lower East Side festival.
The Oscar-winning director's '"Return to Montauk" will have its U.S. premiere at Guild Hall on Saturday.
This week's Salon Series concert at the Parrish Art Museum will feature works for solo piano and piano and violin on Friday at 6 p.m.
A tribute band will recreate the music and mood of the '60s in Sag Harbor on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Ben Samuelson Jazz Quartet will give a free concert at the Amagansett Library on Saturday.