It’s not too surprising to see that Susan Ecker spent an extra year studying art history after receiving her M.F.A. in drawing and painting. Her subject matter teems with classical, neo-classical, and postmodern references in the show now on view at the Peter Marcelle Project in Southampton.
The Quogue Library will show “Small Treasures,” an exhibition of small and intimate works by nine East End artists. A reception will be held on Dec. 12 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Ille Arts will reopen in the spring at a new location across the street at 171 Main Street.
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present “The Hamptons Get Mortified, Vol. 2” tomorrow at 6 p.m. Co-presented with Mortified NYC, “Mortified” is a stage show during which participants share their childhood writings, art, and/or media before a public audience.
The Christian Science church in Southampton will present its annual Christmas concert and carol sing on Saturday at 3 p.m. Ron Meixsell, a baritone, and Julie Ann Meixsell, a soprano, who live in Northport, will be the featured performers.
The Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack will deck the halls of the studio and make everything bright at its annual holiday market on Saturday. Featuring fresh-cut greens for wreaths and sprays, and homemade gifts and decorations, the market will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There’s an arresting image in the Parrish Art Museum’s exhibition “Seen and Unseen: Jane Freilicher and Jane Wilson” currently on view in Water Mill. Painted by Freilicher in 1981, “The Changing Scene” presents a likeness of the artist drawing back the curtain on a field torn up by bulldozers, prepped for yet another house to block her home and...
If you are looking for some holiday cheer of the musical variety in the coming weeks, there are quite a few events to put you in the spirit of the season. Concerts and sing-alongs are planned in wineries, restaurants, churches, and theaters.