Arts

Several films shown in October at the Hamptons International Film Festival, most of which are up for Oscars on Sunday, depicted women having their say in nuanced or quite vocal ways.
Those crazy kids Romeo and Juliet are coming to Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater in a contemporary, post-punk production.

Alfred and David Maysles made Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and Edith Bouvier Beale, affectionately known as Big and Little Edie, famous, but they weren’t the first to film at Grey Gardens, the mother and daughter’s ramshackle Georgica estate.
Sure, the brightly hued wall sculptures and paintings of Mary Heilmann looked more fitting at Dia’s Dan Flavin Art Institute during the summer, but the shot of infectious cheerful color is just what we need on these gray days.
It’s not too late to secure a ticket to Guild Hall’s annual Academy of the Arts dinner, which will take place Monday evening from 6 to 10 at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan.
“The Americanization of Emily,” the next film in the Sag Harbor Partnership’s American Values series is already has a wait list.
Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, a British landscape architect, will present the fifth annual Madoo in Manhattan lecture on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Cosmopolitan Club.
A tribute concert to the music of Johnny Cash will be performed by Philip Bauer at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tomorrow at 8 p.m. The Stowaways return on Saturday.
In Process @ the Watermill Center will feature presentations by artists working in four different disciplines on Saturday afternoon between 2 and 4, with a tour offered between 1 and 2.
“In Dog We Trust,” at Ille Arts; Miles Partington at Tripoli Gallery; Folioeast's "Abstraction and Realism" at Markel, and more
Guild Hall will open three shows this weekend, including solo shows of Hiroyuki Hamada and Alice Hope, and a permanent collection show chosen by Bryan Hunt.
To kick off Sag Harbor’s HarborFrost weekend, Bay Street Theater will present a new All Star Standup Comedy program tomorrow evening at 8.
Area theaters and venues are offering a chance to see Oscar nominated short films and features before the awards are announced on March 4.