arts

This weekend at Guild Hall, the screen will be alive with opera and classic and international films.
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill is bringing back last year’s Story Circle and People’s State of the Union tomorrow at 6 p.m.
"Flow" group show at White Room Gallery; Three artists, including students from the Hayground School, will be part of Watermill Center's "In Process" event; this month’s featured artist at the Golden Eagle is Kirsten Benfield.
Three films fostered at the Hamptons International Film Festival Screenwriters Lab are being screened at the Sundance Film Festival this week and next.
“The Final Year,” a look at President Obama’s foreign-policy team during its waning months in office, will be shown on Saturday at 6 p.m. in East Hampton.
The Hampton Theatre Company, coming off one of its greatest successes with this fall’s production of “Clever Little Lies,” now takes on edgier and more challenging material with “Venus in Fur,” which opened last Thursday in Quogue.
What a perfect home Robert Harms’s recent paintings have found at Steven Harvey Fine Arts Projects on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present a new All Star Comedy Show tomorrow and Nancy Atlas's Fireside Sessions concert on Saturday is sold out.
Guild Hall’s JDT Lab will veer into seldom-charted territory with “Andrew and Andrew Make a Deal With the Devil: Southern Gothic Songs and Stories” on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
A documentary about Elizabeth Murray at the Parrish and exhibitions by Henry Glavin and David Kennedy Cutler at Halsey McKay
It is not easy to warm up a typical white box gallery space, let alone make it cozy and fuzzy, but that is what the show “Woven” has done to the Rental Gallery in East Hampton.
Cracked Actor, musicians who come together every so often to pay tribute to a departed rock legend, will take on Lou Reed and his work with the Velvet Underground on Saturday at the Stephen Talkhouse.
An Oscar-winning epic, a teenage odyssey, and a series of power struggles will play out on screen during this year’s East Hampton Library Winter Film Festival, beginning Sunday.