This summer, Taylor Rose Berry finally finished “White Noise” by Don DeLillo. While not earth-shattering news to most, it will be of interest to her friends, patrons, and those who attended the PechaKucha night at the Parrish Art Museum in June. During her talk that evening, Ms. Berry detailed her struggles with that book and how it led to her...
Gone are the days when tumbleweed rolled down the streets of the East End after Labor Day weekend. Now, in addition to October’s high-profile Hamptons International Film Festival, the fall calendar is chockablock with music, theater, performance, art exhibitions, and other cultural enticements.
Anke Weyer’s work might be described as pastiche, but only in the best possible way. Using a palette of brightly hued oils and acrylics, she scrawls, drips, stains, daubs, and strokes the paint into complex compositions of lines and forms on canvas with high and low references.
The 12th annual OLA Film Festival, a program of acclaimed Latino films organized by Isabel Sepulveda de Scanlon of the Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, will take place Friday, Sept. 25, through Sept. 27 at the Parrish Art Museum.
Coming home takes on greater significance when you spend a majority of your life on the road. For Judy Carmichael, a renowned stride pianist and, more recently, vocalist, coming home is particularly sweet when it affords an opportunity to perform at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
Our Fabulous Variety Show, an East End troupe of actors whose theatrical performances help raise money for nonprofits here, will present its 11th production, “Our Adventures in Wonderland,” at Guild Hall in East Hampton starting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. and continuing with two programs on Saturday and three next weekend.
oe Delia and Thieves will bring a repertoire of rock and blues to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor tomorrow evening at 8. A keyboardist, record producer, and writer, Mr. Delia has not only worked onstage with Keith Richards, Bruce Springsteen, and Stevie Wonder, he has also composed scores for feature films, documentaries, and television.
The Southampton Culture Center, on Pond Lane in Southampton Village will have a group show of local artists selected by Christina Strassfield, the director and senior curator at Guild Hall’s museum. The Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill will show “Danish Design Meets American Art”, an interesting match-up of Danish home furnishings and...
In the early 1990s, when she was in working toward her M.F.A. at Rutgers, Christina Schlesinger was feeling lost. “I asked myself, ‘When did I feel great?’ and I decided it was when I was a tomboy. I had all this energy and spunk.” She embarked on a series of works she calls “Tomboys.”