Arts

What better way to welcome summer in the Hamptons than with “Surf Movie Night,” a free program of short, noncommercial surf movies that will be shown under the stars at the Southampton Arts Center tomorrow at 8:30.
Outdoor film screenings will take place this summer from Montauk to Southampton and beyond.
Several of Tony Vaccaro's photographs from a visit to Springs in 1953 had been lost for decades, but they recently resurfaced and are being shown at the Pollock-Krasner House.
Two dramatic presentations and two evenings of lively music kick off at Guild Hall tonight at 8.
“American Masters” is opening Saturday at Mark Borghi in Bridgehampton with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. It will be on view through mid-August. Grain Surfboards Gallery in Amagansett will present “Salty Drawers,” drawings, paintings, and scrimshaw by Paton Miller and Peter Spacek, two inveterate surfers, from Saturday through July 16. A reception...
Jazz on the Terrace, an annual summer series at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, will open this year with “The Music of Burt Bacharach and Michael Jackson,” a performance by The Iris Ornig Group, tomorrow at 6 p.m.
In connection with its exhibition of American landscape paintings by Fairfield Porter, Neil Welliver, and Casey Chalem Anderson, Ille Arts in Amagansett will present a performance of folk and roots music by the Fairlane Family on Saturday night from 7 to 10.
With the support of the Alec and Hilaria Baldwin Foundation, the Hamptons International Film Festival is funding scholarships for five graduating seniors from East Hampton, Pierson, Bridgehampton, and Southampton High Schools and the Ross School, the festival announced Wednesday.
Janice Stanton took a long journey to arrive at her current place, one that moved through dance, intellectual property law, photography, and filmmaking.
Taking place from July 14 to 16, the Upstairs Art Fair will have a salon feeling and include galleries from here or downtown New York City.
On Sunday afternoon at 3, Guild Hall will host a panel discussion featuring Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck, the founders of the Innocence Project, and several of the people who have been found not guilty and freed.
Thirty years ago, Paul Schenly, an acclaimed classical pianist, injured a hand. From that acorn, the oak of Pianofest of the Hamptons grew. While Mr. Schenly was undergoing physical therapy in New York City, a friend suggested he escape its steamy summers and continue his recovery in the Hamptons.
Guild Hall will hold a premiere screening of “Larsenworld: LongHouse in East Hampton” tomorrow night at 8. The 23-minute film chronicles the many facets of the career and dreams of Jack Lenor Larsen, the noted textile designer and collector who established the LongHouse Foundation, now LongHouse Reserve, in 1991.