Arts & Leisure

Bits & Banter: Holiday Trunk Show, Small Art, Thanksgiving in Montauk, ArtXchange

The Southampton Hospital Foundation will host a holiday trunk show featuring Pavé The Way — a playful and whimsical line of distinct jewelry by designer and philanthropist Joan Hornig.

Thanksgiving Weekend Marks ‘Gatsby’ Closing Night at Bay Street Theater

Catch the final weekend of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” adapted for the stage by Simon Levy and directed by Joe Minutillo at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.

Surf Film Tradition Catches Wave at Parrish

Laird Hamilton is a legend among big wave surfers. He dominated the sport, despite his eschewing professional competition — and garnering no support from the surf industry.

“Blue It!” Puts Relics of the Human Imprint on Display at Guild Hall

In 2014, Aubrey Roemer was canvassing the streets of Montauk, soliciting interesting faces to capture in blue paint for her community project, “Leviathan.” Fast-forward four years and the textile artist is no longer asking. She is taking what she can find, picking up her subjects from the streets and the beach.

Art from Rizzie and Cash Combine in ‘Bird on a Blade’

“Bird on a Blade" features 50 pairs of RosanneCash’s lyrics and Dan Rizzie’s images that amplify one another, speaking to the experiences of love and loss, fear and faith, and everyday hope.

The Weight Band and a ‘World Gone Mad’ at Westhampton Beach PAC

The Weight, a five-piece ensemble named for and dedicated to The Band’s songs, will perform off its debut album, “World Gone Mad,” on Saturday, November 23, at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

Bits: Bay Street Staff Grows, HTC To Cast Winter and Spring Shows, Fall at...

Bay Street has two new faces gracing its Sag Harbor theater — along with a pair of new positions — who will help support continued growth at the center for the arts, according to a press release.

Roaring Back to the 20s with ‘The Great Gatsby’ at Bay Street

As part of the Literature Live! program, Bay Street Theater will stage public productions of  F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” — adapted for the stage by Simon Levy, directed by Joe Minutillo and choreographed by Stephanie Vertichio.

A Conversation With Arturo Menéndez

Filmmaker Arturo Menéndez is feeling the buzz around his latest film, “La Palabra de Pablo,” which is unusual, because he is from El Salvador.

New Artists-In-Residence Program Fosters the Creative Spirit

When Kate Taylor first arrived in Sag Harbor from Los Angeles, she quickly unpacked, turned off her phone and got straight to work — much to her surprise.

Students Pour Their Hearts into ‘Don’t Drink the Water’

The Pierson High School theater department has taken on dramatic stories, quirky family tales and traditional high school literary works, but this year is trying its hand at pure comedy with the Woody Allen play “Don’t Drink the Water.”

“Every Picture Tells A Story” at Parrish Art Museum

Every year, for the past six years, the curatorial team at the Parrish Art Museum has sat around a conference table with one daunting task: to consider more than 3,000 works of art.

Bits: Artists Association Unveils Fall Exhibition, Holiday Gift Boutique, Guild Hall’s Artists-In-Residence

Southampton Artists Association Fall Art Show will open with a reception on Friday, November 9, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Southampton Cultural Center, located at 25 Pond Lane in Southampton.

Howie Mandel Like You’ve Never Seen Him Before

There is a side to Howie Mandel that “America’s Got Talent” and “Deal or No Deal” has never seen — but definitely alluded to.

Looking in on Life in Lanford Wilson’s “HOT L Baltimore”

Opening in February 1973, “Hot L Baltimore” was the first major success for Lanford Wilson and his theater company, the Circle Repertory Company. It would set an Off-Broadway record of 1,166 performances and critics and audiences alike related to with the play’s colorful cast of characters and their impending fate.

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The American Hotel had a piano, but no pianist — its Steinway grand waiting for an inspired performance. Or, perhaps, waiting for Lee Glantz.

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.