Arts

    The paintings of Matt Vega, on view at Ille Arts in Amagansett, mark a bit of a homecoming for the artist, who received an M.F.A. from Yale in photography, but began his studies in painting at Boston University.
    Just as spring buds bloom into summer flowers, Scott Schwartz, Bay Street Theatre’s artistic director, intends to nurture fledgling plays into potential main-stage productions. In the works is a series of staged readings of...
    The Parrish Art Museum’s Salon series will continue tomorrow at 6 p.m. with the pianist Tanya Gabrielian, a veteran of New York’s Carnegie and Alice Tully Halls, London’s Queen Elizabeth and Wigmore Halls, the...
    On Wednesday, the jazz musicians Gil Gutierrez, a guitarist, Bob Stern, a violinist, and Peter Martin Weiss, a bassist, will hold an “open rehearsal” or casual performance of jazz in the Montauk Library.
    Guild Hall will present a recorded concert from the Lucerne Festival, featuring Claudio Abbado conducting Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection) in C minor, on Saturday night. Mr. Abbado, who died this year, was one of...
    If you look up Sammy’s Beach on the Internet, you are given maps, a lot of real estate listings, and a few photographs of a bay beach, typically with a lot of tire ruts. On Instagram it’s different: arty shots of...
    The LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton will open its 2014 season on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. with “Rites of Spring,” featuring work by Steve Miller, Fitzhugh Karol, and the installation of “Heroic Man,” a...
New at Dodds and Eder     Dodds and Eder Home in Sag Harbor, now under new ownership and focused on the work of local artists, is presenting “Memories of Place: Land/Water/Sky,” now through May 10.     ...
    Ross Bleckner has lived and worked part time on the Sagaponack property that was once Truman Capote’s writer’s retreat since 1990 and has been showing regularly since the 1970s. Yet, it has been four years since his...