During its December 2017 festival, Hamptons Doc Fest screened the film, “Marvin Booker Was Murdered.” Now, the festival is providing viewers the opportunity to watch the film via its website, thanks to the film’s director Wade Gardner, who has provided a free link to his film.
The Parrish Art Museum is coming together to create art to thank those who are taking risks in the community to keep everyone safe. All are welcome to send a positive message with art and take a moment to design a thank you card or two for the frontline workers in the area.
The Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs announces “Le Deuce Deuce,” a two-person exhibition featuring sculpture and paintings by Mason Saltarrelli and Bill Saylor. This exhibition is now open and will remain on view through July 5.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts Gallery in Bridgehampton has opened for the season with an exhibition titled “Susan English: New Works on Paper.” The show runs through July 6.
Through June 25, Sag Harbor Cinema will be running five must-see films that span nearly 100 years, including three classics of early queer cinema.
In collaboration with Sag Harbor Village and sponsored by the Sag Harbor Partnership, the Sag Harbor Cinema Drive-In will officially kick off with a free test run on June 21, in lieu of grand reopening festivities originally set for the second weekend in April — now postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Last week, the Express News Group explored this murky future during “The Show Must Go On: The Arts in the Time of Lockdown,” a virtual Express Sessions forum designed to be an exchange of ideas and concerns among a panel of local experts.
To most people, June 16 is just another nondescript day on the calendar. But to fans of James Joyce, it’s Bloomsday.
If ever there were an edible plant that carried with it the significant weight of the changing of the seasonal guard, asparagus would be it. A perennial that bears spears after its third year, asparagus is a hearty plant, but a challenging one, too. Prolific, weed-prone, and in need of constant tending, asparagus is the gift that keeps on giving.
Artist Tomashi Jackson’s project “The Land Claim” focuses on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Latinx, Black, and Indigenous families on the East End. On Friday, June 12, at 5 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum and museum senior Curator Corinne Erni will present a live stream talk with Jackson — the museum’s 2020 Platform artist.
The East Hampton Library will host its annual summer celebrations, Authors Night and the Free Children’s Fair, as interactive online events this year. Both events, which are traditionally held on the second weekend of August, will be hosted online during the same approximate time frame.
In the wake of COVID-19, the Parrish Art Museum is launching “Artist Stories From the Pandemic,” a series of short videos by East End artists who reflect on their life and work in the era of Coronavirus
The next film to join the Hamptons Doc Fest online is “To a More Perfect Union: U.S. v. Windsor,” a 2017 film by Donna Zaccaro which was the Sunday Night Spotlight at Hamptons Doc Fest in December 2018.
“The Moment,” one of Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center’s (WHBPAC) longtime successes and brainchild of empowerment coach Colette Lettieri, unveiled its upcoming roster of virtual information sessions with exclusive lifestyle entrepreneurs running through June 23.
For two nights this weekend, an open field in Bridgehampton will be transformed into a drive-in movie theater, with guests of all ages coming together to enjoy a new family film and support the local community.