Arts

Mark Segal
Parrish to screen "Painters Painting," group shows at Folioeast, Ashawagh Hall, MM Fine Art, and Jackson Pollock prints in Chelsea
Mark Segal
The story of the role of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in ensuring the comfort and survival of the Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art in the late 19th century is one rarely told but will be the subject of Parrish Art Museum talk next week.
Mark Segal
For those who missed Paul Schrader’s award-wining film “First Reformed” when it played in theaters, the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will provide a second chance on Sunday at Guild Hall with a director's talk to follow.
Opinion
Jennifer Landes
Eric Dever’s intensely hued paintings literally take over Berry Campbell’s Chelsea space in a new exhibition of recent works.
Opinion
Kurt Wenzel
Its theme of the bitterness of aging in "On Golden Pond" is one rarely addressed in drama. It may have great resonance for many, through this mostly well-played production.
Judy D’Mello
“Untrue” attempts to shatter the central fallacy that women find monogamy easier than men. In fact, the opposite is true, Wednesday Martin argues.
Star Staff
Production design by Mark Friedberg showcases artwork by his former Springs neighbor Bill Tarr.
Jennifer Landes
With a devotion to Tibetan Buddhist meditation a central tenet of her practice, Hildy Maze is a thoughtful and introspective artist who also needs to earn a living. In the face of a fickle art market, she has become creative in promoting her work to potential clients.
Star Staff
A blend of emotion and spectacle, the opera by Francesco Cilea will be simulcast at Guild Hall on Saturday.
Mark Segal
Fred McDarrah talk at the Parrish; group shows at White Room, RJD, and Grenning, and new paintings by Eric Dever in Chelsea
Mark Segal
Following a year when many men were accused of bad behavior, the Southampton Cultural Center will present Neil LaBute’s play “Reasons to Be Pretty” beginning Friday.
Mark Segal
An interactive outdoor scavenger hunt has become an annual event enlivening Montauk with “mystery, poetry, theater, and exploration.”
Mark Segal
The Watermill Center will launch a new series of intimate biweekly presentations by the center’s community fellows, staff members, and alumni, on Wednesday.
Opinion
Jennifer Landes
Making a quick stay at the Kathryn Markel space in Bridgehampton through Sunday is the Neoteric Project’s group show “In the Cloud,” featuring work selected by Scott Bluedorn.
Opinion
Jennifer Landes
The Drawing Room once again presents a tour de force of curatorial know-how and aesthetic sensibility in its "Winter Salon" show.