Janice Stanton took a long journey to arrive at her current place, one that moved through dance, intellectual property law, photography, and filmmaking.
Taking place from July 14 to 16, the Upstairs Art Fair will have a salon feeling and include galleries from here or downtown New York City.
On Sunday afternoon at 3, Guild Hall will host a panel discussion featuring Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck, the founders of the Innocence Project, and several of the people who have been found not guilty and freed.
Thirty years ago, Paul Schenly, an acclaimed classical pianist, injured a hand. From that acorn, the oak of Pianofest of the Hamptons grew. While Mr. Schenly was undergoing physical therapy in New York City, a friend suggested he escape its steamy summers and continue his recovery in the Hamptons.
Guild Hall will hold a premiere screening of “Larsenworld: LongHouse in East Hampton” tomorrow night at 8. The 23-minute film chronicles the many facets of the career and dreams of Jack Lenor Larsen, the noted textile designer and collector who established the LongHouse Foundation, now LongHouse Reserve, in 1991.
Cracked Actor, a band that has performed the music of David Bowie since the shape-shifting musician’s death in January 2016, will reassemble on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett. The group, which has featured musicians from various South Fork bands as well as the film composer Carter Burwell, plans to perform Bowie’s 1970 album “The Man Who Sold the World” in its entirety, along with several of his best-known songs.
Leonard Barkan is a Renaissance man and a Jew who has spent much of the last couple of years in Berlin. Who better to write a book with a title like “Berlin for Jews”?
As summer 2017 is off and running, so are the many authors traveling to the South Fork. Whether they come for work, play, or a little of both, BookHampton will continue to host them at its Main Street, East Hampton, shop.
“Natural Selection,” an exhibition of work by artists who draw inspiration from nature, will be on view tomorrow through Sunday at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. A reception will take place Saturday evening from 5 to 8. “Jeremy Dennis: On This Site,” a photography and research project by Mr. Dennis, who is a Shinnecock tribal member, will take place at the Shinnecock Nation Cultural Center and Museum in Southampton from Saturday through Aug. 24. A reception will be held Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m.
Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will hold auditions for an August production of “Kiss Me Kate” on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the theater. The director, Will Pomerantz, and the associate producer, John Sullivan, are looking for male and female actors of all ethnic and racial backgrounds for 10 roles.
George Saunders in Sag, Authors Night tickets on sale, and Rosenblatt's master class
Jazz on the Steps will return to the Southampton Arts Center on Sunday at noon with a performance by Yacouba Sissoko, one of the world’s foremost players of the kora, a 21-string lute-bridge-harp used extensively in West Africa.
The Hamptons International Film Festival will continue its celebration of its 25th year with an expanded SummerDocs program this season, featuring five titles that will be presented in East Hampton, Montauk, and Southampton.
Drew Petersen, a part-time Springs resident and a prodigy who first performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall at age 5, won the American Pianists Award and the Christel DeHaan Fellowship of the American Pianists Association.
It won’t take a detective to notice a different feeling at Guild Hall this year. Exhibitions and public performances have a more heterogeneous focus, and that is intentional, according to Andrea Grover, the cultural center’s executive director.