A most important publication and a landmark in thorough documentation and scholarship interpreting the life and times of Elias Pelletreau, one of Long Island’s greatest 18th-century artisans.
David Hare play, Jules Feiffer and Carol King, new Bruce Wolosoff record, chamber concert in Bridgehampton
Photorealism at the Parrish, "TAKEOVER!" in Southampton, Watermill Center seeks artist residents
Anthony Madonna has been named the Patti Kenner Fellow in Arts Education.
The Hamptons International Film Festival will present 10 programs of the 2019 Academy Award nominees for best short film this weekend and next at Guild Hall.
Well into her 80s, Joan Semmel continues to evolve as an artist, always growing and modifying how she presents what has been her primary subject for decades, the female form, most typically hers.
A screening of Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining," based on Stephen King's novel at Guild Hall will be followed by a talk and dinner at the Maidstone Hotel on Saturday.
Four East End actors will read A. R. Gurney's “Love Letters” for two-weekends at the Southampton Cultural Center through Feb. 17.
This story of a son of an African king kidnapped and sold into slavery, and who later bought his own freedom, is an important contribution to our understanding of slavery in the North, and a real eye-opener.
The good folks of East Hampton still held their share of medieval beliefs in the second half of the 17th century.
When the HooDoo Loungers take the stage at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday night, the nine-piece band will have much to celebrate.
The East Hampton Library’s Winter Film Festival will launch on Sunday with “I Am Not a Witch,” a satiric feminist fairy tale set in contemporary Zambia.
The Grenning Gallery is greeting the new year with a show of figurative art at its new space shared with Black Swan Antiques on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
“To Dust,” starring Matthew Broderick and produced by Alessandro Nivola and Emily Mortimer — all Amagansett residents — will open at Village East Cinema in Manhattan on Friday, Feb. 8.
“The Price of Everything,” a film of contrasts between the art market and the art world, attracted a sizable crowd to Guild Hall on Saturday night.