Fine Arts

Bits: ‘Forms & Figures,’ OFVS Brings Chills, ‘Girl Rising” Still Fans Women’s Rights

‘Forms & Figures’ Celebrates Female Vision It is without coincidence that the group show, “Forms & Figures,” opens on Saturday, March 16 — right in...

No Holds Barred: Parrish Art Museum Celebrates Women’s History Month

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

Edwards To Appear in Spring Break Art Show

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

A History of Arts in Sag Harbor and Its Connection to the Future

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.

‘Believe,’ and RJD Gallery, Rooted in The Retreat

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.

Grenning Gallery Goes Local

There is something special about the way natural light shines on the East End, attracting artists and writers for hundreds of years.

New Photos Unearthed from Morris Studio Collection

George W. Morris began taking professional photos in 1892 when he opened his photography store on Main Street in Southampton.

A Local Collaboration Yields New Ideas in the Arts

Roisin Bateman usually works through her creative process alone.So when she decided to collaborate with a team of five fellow artists, she went in with an open mind.

Inside Michael Butler’s Head

It is hard to imagine a time when Michael A. Butler felt reluctant to call himself an artist. The word is loaded, he explained, with expectations of traditional training and technique.

Exhibit at RJD Gallery is Inspired by Black History

“Rich in Black History” is opening Saturday at the RJD Gallery in Bridgehampton.

Bits: Enlsaved Autobiographer, New Leadership at Parrish, Tickets for ‘Long Island Grown’

Venture Smith, the son of a West African prince, spent 14 years as an enslaved man on Fishers Island.

Bits: Zisser Makes a Splash, Artists-in-Residence at Guild Hall, Bay Street Gears Up for...

Mike Zisser concerns himself mostly with color, painting mainly in acrylics and, occasionally, watercolors.

Artists “Take Over” the Southampton Arts Center

Inside Jackson Pollock’s studio, the paint cans sit abandoned on a shelf, brushes leaning against their sides, waiting to be plucked from the oils. Light streams in from the windows, illuminating the floor — a work of art itself, color splattered every which way.

Duos Bring Life to a Collection of Love Letters

When A.R. Gurney wrote “Love Letters,” the playwright was fed up with theater. And what became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama wasn’t meant for the stage at all.

Bits: Get a Jump on Valentine’s Day, Workshop Celebrates Whitman, ‘Salt of the Sea’...

For one day only, swing by the Valentine Craftmarket on Saturday, February 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ashawagh Hall, located at 780 Springs-Fireplace Road in Springs.

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Artists Rob Calvert Was Witness to the Unspeakable

The day Rob Calvert returned to Sag Harbor from Poland, he went straight to his studio. He needed to make sense of the past 24 hours, and all that could help him was his art.

Cooper Used the Dark Room and Nature as Refuges

On April Fools Day 1969, Thomas Joshua Cooper made a conscious decision to slow down and cut back.

Out of the Basement: Roger Rosenblatt Debuts on Piano

Roger Rosenblatt has always believed in the connection between writing and music — a kinship embodied by his daily morning ritual.