Inside the Southampton Arts Center, work by nearly three-dozen fellow artists will revolve around a 20-foot-long rebar boat sculpted by the octogenarian.
Behind the scenes of the 1996 film “City Hall” — starring Al Pacino, John Cusack, Bridget Fonda and Danny Aiello — was producer Ken Lipper.
The John Jermain Memorial Library is already showing a collection of work by Dan Rizzie — but on Sunday, April 14, the artist is dropping by to talk about it.
As an artist, Anne Raymond has one primary goal: “to create powerful images that invite the viewer to move away from certainty and experience something new,” she said.
“Renate Aller: The Space Between Memory and Expectation” and “Jean-Luc Mylayne: A Matter of Place” are on view through July 28 at the Parrish Art Museum.
This THAW Fest — the annual arts weekend festival on the East End — the Parrish Art Museum is pulling out all the stops.
But for the German-born, Bridgehampton-based artist, the grid is more than a tool, or a visual construct, or even a memory. It is a means of survival.
“A Walk in the Forest,” opens Saturday, March 16, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Sara Nightingale Gallery, located at 26 Main Street in Sag Harbor.
Kara Hoblin holds the ability to move, to create, to touch, to connect. Therein lies her power — one she doesn’t acknowledge as she chalks absent-mindedly.
‘Forms & Figures’ Celebrates Female Vision It is without coincidence that the group show, “Forms & Figures,” opens on Saturday, March 16 — right in...
March marks Women’s History Month, and the Parrish Art Museum is pulling out all the stops — celebrating with three programs featuring three different women
South Fork-based curator and Iron Gate East director Kelcey Edwards was among just over 80 curators selected out of 700 applicants for Spring/Break Art Show 2019
In a village anchored by cultural institutions on the north and south end of Main Street — and soon to be the middle — the thriving arts scene is intrinsically and undeniably linked with economics.
In 2009, Richard Demato opened the doors of RJD Gallery to locate and cultivate donors with one major goal in mind: to help The Retreat.
There is something special about the way natural light shines on the East End, attracting artists and writers for hundreds of years.