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  • Guild Hall will open three shows this weekend, including solo shows of Hiroyuki Hamada and Alice Hope, and a permanent collection show chosen by Bryan Hunt.
  • Area theaters and venues are offering a chance to see Oscar nominated short films and features before the awards are announced on March 4.
  • Grenning Gallery celebrates HarborFrost; Newcomer Iron Gate East pops up in Southampton; Haweeli at St. Luke's
  • Janet Lehr's “Valentine," four photographers at Tulla Booth, Virva Himmemo in NYC, and Southampton Artists Association members at the cultural center
  • The Madoo Conservancy’s winter lecture series will feature three landscape architects who will discuss current and past projects with a focus on their effects on the waterways of the East End, starting Sunday.
  • Romany Kramoris, who has operated her glass studio in Sag Harbor for the past 43 years, has received a scholarship from Urban Glass in Brooklyn, one of the leading glass art facilities in the country, to study advanced painted and stained-glass assemblage. “A Brief History,” an exhibition organized by Dexter Wimberly in celebration of Black History Month, will open with a reception on Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. at RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton and remain on view through March 18.
  • Karen Mannix Contemporary's “Love and Passion” exhibition at Markel; the Drawing Room Gallery shows sculpture, painting, drawing, photographs, and prints, Ladd Bros on Shields at Parrish
  • What’s clear from a visit to the Watermill Center is the unique and varied nature of its resources and an institutional commitment to making them available to a wider audience.
  • A documentary about Elizabeth Murray at the Parrish and exhibitions by Henry Glavin and David Kennedy Cutler at Halsey McKay
  • Love Bites; "Delicious Destinations" stops off in East Hampton; Jackson Pollock's 106th celebrated at Springs Tavern, one of his former haunts when it was Jungle Pete's; art night continues

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