Arts

The Havana Film Festival New York, which features movies from and about Cuba, Latin America, and Latinos in the United States, will show two this summer at the Southampton Arts Center.
Caroline Doctorow and her band, the Ballad Makers, return Saturday to the Bridgehampton Museum archives building with selections from the "American Songbook and other stories.”
Guild Hall in East Hampton will celebrate the astounding artistry of the guitar next week with the first Guitar Masters festival from next Thursday through July 7.
Three shows of Keith Sonnier's artwork will be seen in three South Fork venues beginning this weekend, from his earliest neon and cloth pieces to drawings and sculpture from 2017.
Sandra Bernhard will bring “Sandemonium,” her new one-woman show, to Guild Hall on Saturday evening.
Bridge Gardens, a community garden, classroom, and resource in Bridgehampton, has just announced its summer programs and new year-round daily open hours.
Bay Street Theater will launch its Music Mondays concert series with “Jackie Hoffman: From Broadway to Bay Street” on Monday.
“Monteverdi and Bartok,” a benefit performance for the Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station, will take place Friday evening at the historic structure at Atlantic Beach.
Two of the summer’s hottest tickets will undoubtedly be for Guild Hall’s “Midsummer Night Conversations on Creativity” with Questlove, the musician, designer, bandleader, producer, culinary entrepreneur, and writer.
Winston Irie and the Selective Security Band will bring reggae to the Southampton Arts Center with a free show on Saturday.
This year’s Market Art + Design fair proves that at least some exhibitors think they have a shot of making their booth fees back from sales to fickle visitors and jaded summer Hamptonites.
The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will launch a new series of film screenings, “Artists Love Movies,” on Sunday evening in Sag Harbor.
A William Wegman booksigning and new shows at Art Barge, Duck Creek, East Hampton Shed, Halsey McKay, Keyes Art, Ashawagh, Sara Nightingale, and more.