For art lovers who have never visited the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the film “Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing,” which will be shown at the Southampton Arts Center tomorrow at 8 p.m., is the next best thing.
“Je Christine,” a free solo performance by Suzanne Savoy about Christine de Pizan, a late-medieval literary figure who was born in Venice in 1364 and married a French nobleman at the age of 15, will take place tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library.
A writing workshop taught by Judson Merrill, one of Guild Hall’s five artists-in-residence, will take place on four consecutive Thursdays starting April 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. Titled “Writing Workshop Real Fiction: Writers, Readers, and the Battle Over Truth,” it will examine the ways fiction uses and abuses ideas of truth and authorship, experiment...
The Parrish Art Museum will mark five years at its current site in Water Mill this fall, and is already in a celebratory frame of mind. The museum, designed by the Swiss architecture firm Herzog and de Meuron and completed in 2012, has launched a show looking back on 70 of the 300 works it has acquired since then.
Compositions by Bruce Wolosoff, a composer from Shelter Island, will be performed at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon at 2 and at Symphony Space in Manhattan on Monday at 8 p.m.
Since she began taking photographs almost 40 years ago, Joanna McCarthy has exhibited her work widely, won numerous prizes and awards, and been published in many magazines. However, prior to that career, she led another life in front of the camera as a model with the Wilhelmina and Ford agencies and was photographed by such luminaries as Irving...
From “Wall Street” to “Boiler Room” to “The Big Short,” the world of finance, high and low, continues to provide an endless source of material for filmmakers. The realm of real estate seems neglected by comparison, with the exception of a few films, among them “99 Homes,” about greed at the low end of the market.
In the next installment of a concert series that has brought many world-class musicians to the South Fork, the audience will embark on a “Brazilian Voyage” when Nilson Matta, a Grammy-nominated bassist and composer, leads a trio by the same name at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Southampton Arts Center.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will offer refuge from the bleakness of early spring this weekend with two nights of rock ’n’ roll, a new All Star Comedy Show, and a film from the vaults of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
A cooperative pop-up gallery at the Malia Mills swimsuit boutique on Main Street in East Hampton has energized the space, previously empty in the off-season, with art exhibitions and readings. Drama will be added to the mix on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. when Chloe Dirksen and J. Stephen Brantley perform a staged reading of “May 39th,” a 40-minute play...
Bastienne Schmidt, the artist who organized the exhibition “A Sense of Place” at the Southampton Arts Center, will be joined by other artists from the show for a free talk and gallery tour on Sunday at 3 p.m. Guild Hall has set Sunday at 5 p.m. as the deadline for registration for this year’s Artists Members Exhibition. Walk-in registrations will...
“Confessions of a Subculturalist,” a spoken-word performance piece by the artist Michael Holman, will bring to life his personal experiences in New York City’s 1980s art and hip-hop scenes, at the Southampton Arts Center tomorrow at 7 p.m.
In Process @ the Watermill Center, a periodic invitation to the community to engage with its resident artists, will present a performance by Physical Plastic, a Los Angeles-based theater project of Kestrel Leah and Yiannis Christofides, on Saturday between 2 and 4 p.m.