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  • Five at Ashawagh; Haim Mizrahi at the art gallery at the Center for Jewish Life; "Hidden Desires" at White Room; Cheng & Weil at Ille Arts, and two new shows at Halsey Mckay
  • Jeremy Dennis’s “On This Site,” a photography project that maps culturally significant Native American locations on Long Island, has brought the 27-year-old Shinnecock artist well-deserved attention during the past year.
  • Michael Disher reflects on a long career in theater and the past 10 years at the Southampton Cultural Center.
  • Three new exhibitions — “Recollection: Selections From the Permanent Collection,” “Yektai,” and “Pamela Top­­ham” — will open on Saturday at Guild Hall and remain on view through Dec. 31.
  • Ashawagh Hall in Springs will host an exhibition of work by Veronica Mahoney, Bo Parsons, and Charles Newman Antiques on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. A reception will take place Saturday from 5 to 7. Guild Hall has announced that it is accepting applications to the 2018 Guild House Artist-in-Residence program through Nov. 10. Open to early career artists in the visual, literary, and performing arts, it is not a studio-based program but rather an opportunity for reflection and the development of supportive and collaborative relationships.
  • Although Sue Heatley had been making art for most of her life, the South Fork’s history as an art colony was not the reason she moved from Richmond, Va., to Springs in 2004.
  • “A lot of movie stars are movie stars because they basically play themselves all the time,” Bob Balaban said to Annette Bening. "You become other people."
  • “Syd Solomon: Time and Tide,” a centenary exhibition of paintings by the influential Abstract Expressionist, will open tonight at 6 with a reception at the Berry Campbell Gallery in Chelsea. It will run through Nov. 11. “Elemental Forces,” an exhibition of three-dimensional monochrome canvases and colorful oil paintings by Thomas Buhler, will open at Art Space 98 in East Hampton with a reception on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. and continue through Nov. 12.
  • “The Five Wives of Captain Hand: A Maritime Melodrama,” an exhibition focused on David Hand VI, his wives, and his family, will open Saturday at the Whaling Museum and remain on view through Oct. 31.
  • The Salon Series of concerts by young, award-winning classical musicians will open its 10th iteration at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a performance by the pianist Fei-Fei Dong.

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