"Woven" art at Rental Gallery, Wednesday Group at East Hampton Library, Ille Arts gift show, and more
The Southampton Cultural Center will hold open auditions for its spring production of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” on Monday and Tuesday at 6 p.m. in its theater on Pond Lane.
A photo archive of rock stars, such as Neil Young, Deborah Harry, Bob Marley, Sid Vicious, and Sting, has become the basis for a new artistic path for Steve Joester.
Last fall, Alfredo Merat, performed “Brel by Alfredo,” where he sang and spoke about Jacques Brel’s life. He is now working on a theatrical event based on the experience.
Michael Halsband’s four-decade career in photography will be on display at the Southampton Arts Center through the end of the year.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons will present “Dances, Carols, and Lullabies,” which will include compositions familiar and obscure, and caroling on Dec. 3 in Bridgehampton.
If the pieces on view in Guild Hall’s “Recollections” exhibition look distantly familiar, it may be because they have been on the road for much of the past decade.
Collaboration across artistic disciplines is a tricky endeavor. How does an artist paint a sound, or a musician play a color?
Center Stage at the Southampton Cultural Center seems to have cornered the market on the live radio play, which has become a holiday tradition there since 2014.
Grain Surfboards NY Gallery in Amagansett will hold its second annual Art Is Good for You holiday market on Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. The Romany Kramoris Gallery in Sag Harbor will present its “Small Artworks Holiday Invitational” from tomorrow...
“Ladies of Liberty: A Musical Revue,” a free cabaret created and performed by Valerie diLorenzo to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State, will take place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Montauk Library.
Somewhere in the world, an Arthur Miller play is always being performed. Nearby, in Sag Harbor, it happens to be “Death of a Salesman” at Bay Street Theater, running now through Nov. 25.
It is not too much of a stretch to see Emily Cheng’s “Immensity of Particles,” and Marianne Weil’s “After Argos” at Ille Arts in Amagansett as evocative of the interior of a church or cathedral.