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  • The Artists Alliance of East Hampton’s 2015 studio tour will provide an opportunity to experience the variety of work being created on the East End and to engage in illuminating conversations with the artists, 16 of whom will open their workspaces on Oct. 10 and Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
  • Take the high road! Dell Cullum will teach drone photography at the Long House Reserve on Oct. 17.
  • A visit to Arlene Bujese’s East Hampton house and gardens makes something Robert Rauschenberg is quoted having said more than 50 years ago very clear: “Painting relates to both art and life. Neither can be made. (I try to act in that gap between the two.)” For Ms. Bujese, there is no gap.
  • This year’s African American Film Festival, which will feature a stage play, spoken word performances, and live jazz as well as movies, will take place from next Thursday through Oct. 4 at the Southampton Arts Center on Job’s Lane.
  • Anna Jurinich, a Croatian-born artist will open at Peter Marcelle Project in Southampton with an exhibition of paintings exploring the human condition. The Tokyo photographer Daisuke Yokota will have his first solo exhibition in the United States at Harper’s Books in East Hampton.
  • Gone are the days when tumbleweed rolled down the streets of the East End after Labor Day weekend. Now, in addition to October’s high-profile Hamptons International Film Festival, the fall calendar is chockablock with music, theater, performance, art exhibitions, and other cultural enticements.
  • The 12th annual OLA Film Festival, a program of acclaimed Latino films organized by Isabel Sepulveda de Scanlon of the Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island, will take place Friday, Sept. 25, through Sept. 27 at the Parrish Art Museum.
  • Our Fabulous Variety Show, an East End troupe of actors whose theatrical performances help raise money for nonprofits here, will present its 11th production, “Our Adventures in Wonderland,” at Guild Hall in East Hampton starting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. and continuing with two programs on Saturday and three next weekend.
  • The Southampton Culture Center, on Pond Lane in Southampton Village will have a group show of local artists selected by Christina Strassfield, the director and senior curator at Guild Hall’s museum. The Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill will show “Danish Design Meets American Art”, an interesting match-up of Danish home furnishings and contemporary art.
  • In the early 1990s, when she was in working toward her M.F.A. at Rutgers, Christina Schlesinger was feeling lost. “I asked myself, ‘When did I feel great?’ and I decided it was when I was a tomboy. I had all this energy and spunk.” She embarked on a series of works she calls “Tomboys.”

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