Arts & Leisure

Dermont Will Sign Copies of ‘The Hamptons Kitchen’

Stacy Dermont, co-author of “The Hamptons Kitchen,” a new cookbook that was written with Hillary Davis, will be on hand at the Sag Harbor Farmers Market on Saturday, July 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to sign copies of the new book.

A Night on the Lawn With Southside Johnny& The Asbury Jukes

n Saturday, July 25, legendary Jersey Shore rocker Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes bring their big horned bar band sound to Westhampton Beach, in the very first live drive-in concert experience on Long Island to raise funds to sustain WHBPAC.

A Talk with Joe Zucker

On Friday, June 26, at 5 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum’s chief curator, Alicia G. Longwell, Ph.D., will give a livestream illustrated talk with collection artist Joe Zucker about his new monograph, “Joe Zucker” (Thames & Hudson, 2020).

Southampton Arts Center is Open

Upon receiving authorization from the Village of Southampton, the Town of Southampton and Suffolk County, Southampton Arts Center, located at 25 Jobs Lane in Southampton Village, reopened its galleries on Thursday, June 18, as part of New York State’s “Phase 2” reopening.

Take Your Dog To Work

In celebration of “National Take Your Dog to Work” Day on Friday, June 26, Hamptons Doc Fest founder/executive director Jacqui Lofaro is making “Pick of the Litter” this week’s “Fest Favorite” documentary available on its website.

Theater Fun and Games

Bay Street Theater offers a series of online summer camps in the weeks ahead.

Madoo is Open

The Madoo Conservancy gardens in Sagaponack are now open and welcoming visitors by appointment.

Headspace at MM Fine Art

MM Fine Art (4 North Main Street, Southampton), has opened for the season with “Headspace,” an exhibition featuring the work of Rainer Andreesen.

‘Deliverance’ Comes to Quogue

Now through July 2, the Quogue Gallery presents “Deliverance,” an exhibition featuring the work of Jeff Muhs.

It’s a Scandal on Plum Island!

At 840 acres, Plum Island is the site of the CDC's animal research facility and has long been a source of fascination and speculation. But in her new book, “Scandal on Plum Island: A Commander Becomes the Accused,” Wainscott author Marian E. Lindberg tells a tale of a very different Plum Island from the early years of the 20th century,

Need Some Alone Time? This Gallery’s Got You Covered!

Our COVID-19 quarantine has dramatically changed the way we partake of culture these days. But if you’re among those who have been longing to indulge in the artistic scene on the South Fork, take heart — there’s a new experience on the East End that’s all about viewing art on your own time and with your own people.

It’s Teeny Time!

The Teeny Awards is a high school theater recognition program run by East End Arts & Humanities Council Inc. The 2020 program recognizes and celebrates talented theater students across the East End from 18 schools. And the nominees are...

Art Apart, A Roadside Exhibition For All

On June 20, the roadsides of East Hampton will come alive with Art Apart, an uncurated, roadside exhibition featuring the creative talent of a diverse swath of the town’s residents.

Talking Art With Mary McCleary

On Friday, June 19, at 5 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum presents adjunct curator David Pagel in a live-stream conversation with artist Mary McCleary as part of “Telling Stories: Reframing The Narratives.”

Parrish Receives A $25,000 Grant For ‘Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim’

The Parrish Art Museum has announced that it has been approved for a $25,000 Arts Work grant by the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, in support of its 2020 Platform project “Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim.”

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A Short History Of A Long Wharf

As a result of what was uncovered during the wharf project, which is now nearing completion, Heller has just published a new book, titled “A Short History of Sag Harbor’s Long Wharf.” In it, he takes a look back at the structure that has served as the centerpiece of the village for centuries.

For Actors Of Color, Art Reflects Life, for Better and Worse

As white Americans struggle to accept — or struggle to deny — the parts we’ve played in perpetuating the systemic racism that’s pulsed through this country since its inception, BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) have been shining a light on the obstacles they’ve inherited as a result. And, if we resist the urge to look away, we’re faced with the painful and undeniable fact that racist ideologies have been insidiously permeating our every interaction, institution, and industry in ways that effectively prevent white people from discomfort, and BIPOC from equality. The entertainment industry is, unfortunately, a glaring example.

‘The Third Daughter’ Tells The Story of Forced Jewish Prostitution in South America

Zwi Migdal was a Jewish mafia of sorts, and from the 1870s until 1939, it brought an estimated 150,000 to 200,000 young women to South America from Europe and Russia under pretense of a better life. But in fact, these girls were bound for a new country and a life of forced prostitution. In her novel “The Third Daughter," Bridgehampton author Talia Carner tells the little-known story of these women.