Fine Arts

Guild Hall Celebrates Lifetime Achievement Awards

Celebrating its upcoming 85th season, East Hampton’s Guild Hall hosted its annual Lifetime Achievement Awards Dinner on Tuesday, March 8, at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan.

Connie Fox’s Reflection of the Artist… and Writer

Connie Fox is an abstract painter. But sometimes, she gets an idea that can’t be ignored — and sometimes it might just be an idea that takes her out of her normal realm of abstraction.

Watermill Center Accepting Applications for 2017 Artists Residency

  From March 2 through April 29 The Watermill Center—which celebrates the 10th anniversary of its East End home in Water Mill throughout 2016—will be...

Bonac Tonic: Rising Comes to Ashwagh Hall

The Bonac Tonic Art Collective was conceived in 2005 with the mantra that art should be for everyone. The name Bonac Tonic comes from...

Design for Living – A Jubilee Year Celebration for LongHouse

LongHouse Reserve—a non-profit arboretum, art museum, sculpture garden, and educational organization based in East Hampton—will kick off its Jubilee year celebrations with a Winter...

Southampton Art Show To Feature East End’s Changing Landscape

It’s often said that the only thing that’s constant is change. It’s a topic that is never more apropos than here when one considers the continuing transformation of the East End landscape.

Guild Hall Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards Next Week

On Tuesday, March 8, Guild Hall will host its Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards and Dinner at the Rainbow Room in Manhattan, an evening devoted to celebrating artistic achievement.

Hampton Photo Arts “Shelters” Brings People Out of Hibernation

For the past few years, Hampton Photo Arts in Bridgehampton has nudged the art community out of its sleepy winter slumber to share work in the darkest days. Artists often work in a vacuum, and the opportunity to show their work and see the work of others is not only good for business: it’s good for inspiration.

Marinovich’s “The Winter Girl” Brings Dark Intrigue to Shinnecock

Year-round East Enders know that the winter can be a dark and dreary time. But deadly? Not usually.

Pollock & de Kooning Purchased by Hedge Fund Tycoon

Ken Griffin, a 47 year-old hedge fund tycoon purchased Jackson Pollock’s “Number 17A, 1948,” and “Interchange” by fellow East Hampton artist Willem de Kooning,...

Art is Front and Center for Students in Bridgehampton

For the children who are enrolled in the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center after school program, art is more than ancillary. It’s an integral part of their lives.

Parrish Honors Student Artists

The East End has been a magnet for artists for roughly 150 years. Now, the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill is honoring the...

Winterfest: Live on the Vine Opens Next Weekend

Winterfest Live on the Vine returns for its ninth year this weekend This award-winning festival is a five-week, mid-winter music and wine festival, running...

Scenes & Structures at Southampton Cultural Center

A curated exhibit will feature very big images of farm structures recently demolished and landscape vistas now sporting new buildings at the Southampton Cultural...

TSR Announces Frank McCourt Prize

TSR: The Southampton Review has announced the creation of a new Frank McCourt Memoir Prize for the Summer/Fall 2016 issue of TSR, the literary...

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All For The Hall: Artists Come Together to Support Guild Hall

After Guild Hall was forced to cancel its annual summer gala and auction, artist Robert Longo suggested postponing his own show until 2021 in lieu of a benefit exhibition, “All for the Hall,” featuring donated work from 60 artists ranging from established powerhouses to burgeoning names, on view starting Saturday, August 8.

Jewish Film Festival at Gabreski Airport

Perhaps it’s a sign of the times, but world-wide pandemics have a way of altering the normal flow of things. For example, while usual air traffic may be down somewhat these days at Francis Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach, the tried and true drive-in has popped up in its place.

Live Music is Back — and Safe — at Stephen Talkhouse

Music lovers rejoice! Stephen Talkhouse, the famed intimate music venue in Amagansett, is finding new ways to share live music during the pandemic. On July 30, the Talkhouse kicked off a new series with musical artists performing inside the space and audiences sitting outside listening to the concert on nearby speakers and viewing it on video screens.