arts

The Barnes Landing Association will present its Anna Mirabai Lytton Writers and Artists Showcase on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3:30 at the Barnes Landing Meeting House, which is at the intersection of Barnes Hole Road and Waters Edge in Springs.
The plein air painters group, the Wednesday Group, will be showing an exhibition of their work at The Nature Conservancy in East Hampton. An opening reception will be held on Saturday from noon to 2 p.m., until July 1. The East End Photographers Group will take over Ashawagh Hall in Springs on Saturday for nine days with an exhibition of work by...
There’s a popular posting you may have seen on social media, in which photographs and quotes by Kanye West and Jimi Hendrix are paired. The former declares himself “a creative genius, and there’s no other way to word it.” That is juxtaposed with the latter’s declaration that “I wouldn’t say that I’m the greatest guitarist ever. I’d say probably...
A stonecutter’s son, Philip Pavia remained committed to marble as a medium even when it might have confounded other members of the mid-20th-century avant-garde. Some of his solutions and resolutions of medium to form are on view at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs.
There are not too many organizations around here where you meet up with the executive director in the potting shed — as he’s potting — but Madoo has always defied expectations. Alejandro Saralegui, who took the helm of the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack after the 2013 death of its founder, Robert Dash, has kept its spirit alive, while honoring Mr...
If dance is already an art form in itself, then the Trisha Brown Dance Company’s appearances this weekend at the Watermill Center can be likened to an established painter reimagining her most brilliant work in mixed media.
The Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will kick off its 25th summer season Saturday night with “How Long Has This Been Going On?” an evening of stories, songs, and laughs with Mario Cantone and Jerry Dixon, followed next week by the world premiere of “The Forgotten Woman,” a new comedy-drama by Jonathan Tolins.
Among the best-known benefits are the Parrish Art Museum’s Midsummer Party and the Bay Street Theater’s 25th Summer Gala, both of which are likely to sell out in advance despite being held the same evening. Art or theater, it’s your choice.
The Art Barge on Napeague will open for classes on June 6, featuring courses in studio painting and ceramics. The Springs Improvement Society will hold its 32nd annual members’ show from tomorrow through Monday at Ashawagh Hall.