A benefit sale of art at Ashawagh Hall in Springs this weekend not only brings together past and present members of the East Hampton artists community but supports an enduring legacy for two of its longtime members.
On Wednesday, the Hamptons International Film Festival announced several films with ties to the East End, including its opening night film on Oct. 5, the world premiere of Alison Chernick’s “Itzhak,” a documentary about Itzhak Perlman, who has a house on Shelter Island.
There are still tickets available in some categories for Fly Into the Sun, the Watermill Center's annual summer benefit. For those who cannot make it, works from the benefit's auction are online at Artsy.
There are still tickets available for Boom! the Cosmic Benefit, Saturday’s celebration of Jack Lenor Larsen’s 90th year at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton. Now, the benefit’s art auction is available for bidding online at Paddle8.