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  • 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.
  • A show of photographs by Nancy Breakstone, will open at Grain Surfboards in Amagansett on Saturday. A sale of paintings by Paton Miller and sculpture by the late Don Saco to benefit the Southampton Cultural Center, will be held on Sunday. Mari Rantanen and Bonnie Rychlak will show work at Ille Arts in Amagansett beginning Saturday.
  • Dan Welden, a master printer, painter, and educator, will conduct a one-hour demonstration in total silence next Thursday at 7 p.m., at the Golden Eagle barn on North Main Street in East Hampton. “Under the Surface,” an exhibition of photographs by Michele Dragonetti from her “Boat Hulls” series, will open tomorrow at Roman Fine Art in East Hampton and continue through Oct. 29. A reception will be held on Oct. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.
  • Kenny Mann's “Naisula — A Prayer for a White Woman, Her African Servant, a Shaman, and a Spirit Child,” an epic poem, will be staged for a performance at Guild Hall on Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. as part of the venue’s JDT Lab.
  • “What if the Victorians had access to digital technology? What would it look like?" It's a question that guides the artists of Steampunk, some of whose work is on view at the Southampton Arts Center.
  • Next up at Ashawagh Hall in Springs is the fourth exhibition by Hamptons Project, a group consisting of Dennis Bontempo, Brian Monahan, Michael Monahan, Christina Friscia, Raul Lagos, and Richard Mothes. “Jeremy Dennis: East Hampton Indigenous” will be on view at Guild Hall from Friday, Sept. 29, through Dec. 12. The exhibition features photographs of East Hampton landscapes that have significant archeological, historical, and sacred meaning to the Shinnecock and Montaukett tribes native to the East End.
  • Queen Esther Marrow has performed for Presidents Reagan, Bush Sr., and Clinton; Pope John Paul II, and in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s World Crusade, a series of civil rights rallies. Her next stop is the Southampton Cultural Center.
  • Marc Fasanella, a professor of art, architecture, and design, will talk about “Ralph Fasanella: Images of Optimism,” a monograph that includes 70 full-color reproductions of his father’s paintings, on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor. The East Hampton Arts Council and Golden Eagle’s Studio 144 have teamed up to hold a series of networking nights for artists, professionals, and other community members, the first of which will take place this evening from 6 to 8 at the barn at the Golden Eagle at 144 Main Street in East Hampton.
  • Delaney Colaio was one of 3,051 young people who lost a parent on Sept. 11, 2001. Now 18 and a freshman in college, she is a co-writer and co-director of “We Go Higher,” a documentary by and about the surviving children of the attacks.
  • The South Street Gallery in Greenport has issued a call for artists to participate in its annual “10X10=100” art show and sale for the benefit of the North Fork Environmental Council. More information is available by phone at 631-477-0021. “Walking the Walk,” an installation by Rosemarie Schiller, will be on view at Art Space 98 in East Hampton from tomorrow through Oct. 9, with a reception set for Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m.

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