arts

     Gail Levin has organized an exhibition of the work of Theresa Bernstein, now on view at the James Gallery at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.     Ms. Levin, who has a house in...
    A Google search of “athletics in India” reveals the not surprising fact that cricket is the most popular sport in the country. Chess, hockey, soccer, and tennis are also widespread. On Wikipedia’s “Sports...
    This year has been a busy one for Joan Semmel. She had a solo exhibition at the Bronx Museum of the Arts in the spring, solo shows at both Alexander Gray Associates, her New York dealer, and Art Basel, exhibited at Frieze New York...
    St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton will present a concert of festive songs and arias on Saturday at 4 p.m. in Hoie Hall. Guest artists are Sofia Dimitrova, a soprano soloist, and Daria Rabotkina and William McNally...
    “All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert,” a documentary directed by Vivian Ducat, won the 2013 Brown Harris Stevens Audience Award at the Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, which was held at the Bay...
    The Artists Alliance of East Hampton is presenting work by approximately 40 of its members at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weekend. The exhibition will include paintings, drawings, sculpture, photographs, and mixed media works.

    While it could legitimately have been titled “Ghosts of English Christmases Past,” the concert given by the Choral Society of the Hamptons and the South Fork Chamber Orchestra at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church...
    It was another good year in Miami for art dealers from the South Fork, who populated the satellite fairs to Art Basel Miami Beach in strong numbers and had brisk sales in their galleries.
    There was history on the screen at Bay Street Theatre Saturday night, and history in the room.
    Scott Schwartz’s choice for the first production of his first main stage season as Bay Street Theatre’s artistic director augurs well for the goal of returning Bay Street to the cutting edge of America’s regional...
    Bookmarks have not always been made of heavy paper stock. Selections from one of the world’s largest collections of antique silver bookmarks are on view at the Pelletreau Silversmith Shop in Southampton through Dec. 23....
    Qi Xu, a 19-year-old pianist from China, will present a program of works by Chopin and Liszt on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center. Qi Xu, a Pianofest alumnus who performed at...
    “Carnivale!” — a concert of classical works for piano and clarinet by Maksim Shtrykov and Alina Kiryayeva — is coming this weekend to the Montauk Library and the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. The...