Arts

A Springs resident has been tapped as the first executive director of the Sag Harbor Cinema. Gillian Gordon will lead the ongoing effort to bring the cinema to life.
Eric Micha Holmes, a Dramatist Guild fellow, has conjured up a young John Hinckley Jr. for his play, “Falls for Jodie,” opening Wednesday at Guild Hall.
A lawsuit alleging that a painting of Jackie Kennedy in Terry Wallace's collection was once stolen from Grey Gardens was "amicably" settled in his favor.
The Hamptons International Film Festival's winter programs continue, including a screening and dinner Friday, as it announced a new prize and the opening of submissions for its main event in October.
Louisa Chase and her artwork will be discussed at the Parrish Art Museum next week. Her work will also be on view through Sunday at the Hrischl & Adler Modern gallery's booth at the Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory.
Group exhibitions at Folioeast, White Room, and Grenning galleries, solo shows at Ille Arts and John Jermain
Comic Opera from the Met, Feiffer and his 'Little Murders,' Caroline Doctorow in concert, Southampton native honored in L.A.
Denny Laine, a rock veteran whose voice adorns an enduring hit from the 1960s and who performed with Paul McCartney throughout the ’70s, will play on Saturday at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
A play soon to open Off Off Broadway in New York City had a genesis, of sorts, in Montauk through the friendships and associations of Roseanne De Luca Braun.
In recognition of Black History Month, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill and the Hamptons United Methodist Church in Southampton will screen “4 Little Girls: Moving Portraits of the American Civil Rights Movement” on Saturday with a performance...
Beginning Sunday, the next four films in the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center’s Present Tense series "speak in a variety of ways and styles to our present political and cultural time.”
Solo shows at Eastville and Roman, group exhibitions at RDJ and MM Fine Art, cultural bus tour to Parrish and Dan Flavin Institute
The theatrical pendulum will swing from Shakespeare to contemporary drama at Guild Hall during this weekend with “The Tragedy of King Richard II” and a new play produced through JDT Lab.