Vocal music serves as the inspiration behind Nadejda Vlaeva’s upcoming performance on Friday, October 19, at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, as part of its Salon Series concerts.
There is the unmistakable sound of vocal harmonies as only the Eagles do — but EagleMania comes pretty close.
On October 6, a large crowd worked its way into the East Hampton UA Cinema for the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) screening of “This Changes Everything,” a documentary by Tom Donahue that explores the issue of female discrimination in the film business.
For Mike Solomon, it is looking at his father, and his work, through a new lens in “Syd Solomon: Concealed and Revealed.” For curator Jess Frost, it was stumbling across an entire body of work in the Permanent Collection, which now lives as “Please Send To: Ray Johnson.” And for artist Sara Mejia Kriendler, it was exploring her heritage in a country that was closed off to her for decades.
Take a trip back to another time and place, where an AM radio is blasting music from a convertible on a warm, fall, starlit Saturday night on Main Street, USA.
As the 26th annual Hamptons International Film Festival comes to a close, this year’s winners are standing in the spotlight.
Like so many, Karl Grossman had peered at Gardiner’s Island — a privately owned oasis with 27 miles of coastline, forbidden without a proper invitation — from the coast of Napeague.
For years, Volker Schlöndorff has clung onto a memory — one swirling with passion, damaged by hurt, and shrouded in regret. A great love lost, one he can never forget.
With perfect weather conditions setting the stage for the eithth annual Sag Harbor American Music Festival, event organizers said it was the most successful festival to date.
This is the year of the female, and the Hamptons International Film Festival is right on board — with a staggering 45 percent of this year’s 125-film slate directed by women, screening at various East End venues through Columbus Day weekend.
The annual “Women Painting Women” show opens at RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton on Saturday, October 6. But for the first time, the exhibit will expand its dialogue with the addition of “Men Painting Men.”
Apart from resting peacefully near each other in Green River Cemetery in Springs, what do the painters Stuart Davis and Lee Krasner have in common?
“Bruce Vaughn: The Future of the Cinematic Experience and Immersive Narrative” will be held on Monday, October 8, at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, Vaughn's alma mater.
Calling all East End theater kids: NexGen Youth Theatre is holding auditions for its first mainstage production, “Zombie Prom: Atomic Edition,” on Sunday, October 7, in New York City. Car pools for East End students are being formed.
On Friday, September 28, the Parrish Art Museum will present a program of short films by an international group of young filmmakers that address poignant, emotionally charged moments in male lives, curated by filmmaker Jack Kendrick.