Arts

Mark Segal
Art at Little Estia's Kitchen, Bujese's connections at Kathryn Markel, talk on David Salle at Parrish
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Inda Eaton, Shirley Chisholm, the Coen Brothers, and films on environmental issues
Mark Segal
A Shakespearean tragedy of ancient Rome, a beloved opera set in 19th-century Spain, and a contemporary drama inspired by real events in a segregated American city will be presented at Guild Hall this week.
Mark Segal
Dylan Greene's pursuit of teaching music as a career hit a few snags before he managed to get the degree that brought him back to East Hampton High School.
Mark Segal
Two at Halsey McKay, Chase and the Shinnecock, Michelle Stuart and Mary Boochever in Manhattan, and call for submisions
By way of one Palo Alto family, Helen Schulman investigates the complexities that technology has introduced into the late-20th-century world, removing the tangible, altering the predictable.
Jennifer Landes
In Emile de Antonio’s “Painters Painting,” many titans of midcentury modern art are seen walking and talking, no longer ghosts but vital, even young, sentient beings.
Mark Segal
Beginning Feb. 9, nine East End artists will establish pop-up studios in the Southampton Arts Center, where they will create new work, install completed pieces, conduct workshops, and be available to engage on an intimate basis with members of the community and each other.
Mark Segal
One can be forgiven for reaching for a seat belt during the opening scene of Neil LaBute’s play “Reasons to Be Pretty,” now at the Southampton Cultural Center. The play opens with a couple's confrontation that results in an 11-minute fireball of invective.
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George Plimpton on film, art market documentary, celebrating Walt Whitman, talks at historical society and Watermill Center
Baylis Greene
A.J. Jacobs wanted a mental makeover to alleviate his perpetual annoyance. He chose to thank every person he could think of even remotely connected to producing his morning cup of joe.
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Jonathan Howe, who teaches music at the East Hampton Middle School, will give a piano recital at the museum archives building on Saturday evening.
Judy D’Mello
Speaking with Paul Harding, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 2010 for his debut novel, “Tinkers,” is like reading one of his books. He presents a lot of detail and many opinions about time, art, and the slippery nature of success.
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Joseph Vecsey, Gary Vider, Oscar Collazos, and Reg Thomas to perform Friday evening in Sag Harbor
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“Allelujah!” — filmed live last July at London’s Bridge Theatre — will have an encore screening at Guild Hall Friday evening.