Category | Arts

Parrish Art Museum to Install Roy Lichtenstein Sculpture on Montauk Highway

Posted on 07 April 2014

Beginning Friday, April 18, drivers on Montauk Highway will have some culture added to their commute, as Roy Lichtenstein’s towering sculpture, “Tokyo Brushstroke I & II,” will grace the entrance of the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

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Fish Eye View Highlights Long Island’s Life Underwater

Posted on 02 April 2014

From the surface, the teeming ecosystem of an East End bay reveals itself in glimpses: a bluefish breaking the surface; a school of silversides darting through the shallows; or a spider crab moving slowly along the edge of the eelgrass.

But for Chris Paparo, who has been taking underwater photographs for more than 25 years and is better known as the Fish Guy, the view is decidedly more detailed.

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Nancy Atlas, Caroline Doctorow & Inda Eaton are Bringing the West to Bay Street in “Way Out East”

Posted on 02 April 2014

Like many great ideas, it started at the kitchen table.

Building upon years of dinner conversations, East End singer songwriters Nancy Atlas, Caroline Doctorow and Inda Eaton will come together Saturday at “Way Out East…A Journey in Song,” the second show devoted to the combination of their talents.

After selling out the inaugural “Way Out East” concert at East Hampton’s Guild Hall in October 2012, the trio is reuniting, this time at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theatre.

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Daniel Schoenheimer and Mellisa Hin at the Crazy Monkey Gallery

Posted on 02 April 2014

The Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett will display the work of two of its member artists, Daniel Schoenheimer and Mellisa Hin, on view April 4 through May 4. The show at the Co-op gallery will present landscapes from the American West to Long Island.

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Philip Schultz reads from “The Wherewithal” at Canio’s Books

Posted on 02 April 2014

Poet, author and Pulitzer-prize winner Philip Schultz, of East Hampton, will return to Canio’s Books to read from his latest novel in verse form, “The Wherewithal” on Saturday at 5 p.m.

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Salon Series Returns to the Parrish Art Museum

Posted on 02 April 2014

Back by popular demand, Salon Series, a series of concerts by award winning and internationally acclaimed young Classical pianists, will return to the Parrish Art Museum Friday.

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Looking for that Elusive Glass Slipper

Posted on 01 April 2014

For its annual spring ballet, the Hampton Ballet Theatre School will present “Cinderella,” the classic story of love, hope and transformation, in four performances next weekend.

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Griswold Explores Good, Evil & Slavery on Long Island

Posted on 01 April 2014

Reminding readers of the existence of Northern slavery and exploring the close connection between good and evil, Mac Griswold will read from her cultural history, “The Manor, Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island,” at Rogers Memorial Library Monday, April 7 at 5:30 p.m.

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Pierson Middle Schoolers to Stage Musical, ’13′

Posted on 25 March 2014

The scene inside the Pierson High School auditorium on Sunday afternoon as the cast and crew of “13,” this year’s middle school musical, ran through their tech rehearsal, bordered on the chaotic.

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Bay Street’s First Annual New Works Festival Highlights Emerging Playwrights

Posted on 25 March 2014

From farmers contending with fracking interests in rural Pennsylvania to unrequited love for a high school flame built up to unrealistic—and potentially devastating—expectations, Bay Street Theatre is exploring the various manifestations of struggle this spring.

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