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  • Three exhibitions inspired by Sag Harbor’s maritime history will be on view at the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum from Saturday through Sept. 10. A reception Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. will feature Scott Schwartz, Bay Street Theater’s artistic director, reading the preface Jacques Cousteau wrote for a collector’s edition of “Moby-Dick” that was published in 1975 by Steve Abramson, a Water Mill resident.
  • When Teri Kennedy, a Springs artist, agreed to serve as curator for the 50th annual Springs invitational art exhibition, she received advice from friends about how to approach it.
  • In the Bay Street Theater’s production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” audiences will note its innovative approach to the enduring wit and captivating plot of Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy.
  • “Neo, Neo, Neoclassicism,” a focused exhibition of work by Joe Zucker, will open tomorrow at the Drawing Room in East Hampton and remain on view through Sept. 4. The Amagansett Historical Association will open its sixth annual art show with a reception at the Jackson Carriage House on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. A benefit for the association, the exhibition will continue through Sept. 3.
  • When Bryan Hunt was looking for somewhere to live on the East End in 1991, a friend suggested he call David Porter, an artist who also happened to be a real estate broker. The idea was that Porter would understand Mr. Hunt’s sensibility, and he did.
  • The East Hampton Library’s Tom Twomey Lecture Series brought together three leading local winemakers to talk about the region's wines.
  • “About Face,” an exhibition of work by 70 artists presented by the New York Academy of Art, will open tomorrow at the Southampton Arts Center with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. and remain on view through Sept. 17.
  • The Watermill Center’s annual summer lecture series provides a platform for accomplished workers in every imaginable field to share the cutting-edge ideas that shape their work. This year’s talks begin on Tuesday and continue through Aug. 17.
  • A barn show, a road show, four studio tours and new shows at Roman Fine Art, Romany Kramoris, Boo-Hooray Summer Rental, and The Art Barge, are all on tap for this week.
  • Sheldon and Margery Harnick, and their son, Matthew, have pooled their talents to create “Koi: A Modern Folktale,” with photographs of the legendary fish by Margery and Matthew and text by Sheldon Harnick.

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