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3 x 3 inch detail from a digital drawing by Roz Dimon. Courtesy of the artist.

Over two feet of snow that now blankets most of the East End has thrown a wrench into planned cultural events. It seems wise to call to confirm that events and exhibition openings are still taking place

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Bob Balaban. Courtesy of Bay Street Theater.

Bay Street Theater has announced its Mainstage Season for the summer. On tap for 2015 are three plays: a comedy, a drama and a musical. Opening their Mainstage productions on Memorial Day Weekend is the world premiere

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Andy deGroat's Fan Dance, Danspace 1978. Photographer Unknown. Courtesy of Watermill Center.

Live music and lectures continue to dominate the cultural scene in the Hamptons and the East End of Long Island. Two exceptions are the first 2015 Open Rehearsal at Watermill Center and an exhibition reception at East

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Courtesy of the Southampton Historical Museum.

Live music, lectures and film screenings continue to dominate culture on the East End. This weekend is the last chance to catch “Steven and William Ladd: Mary Queen of the Universe” and “Alan Shields: In Motion” at The

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Image from "The Language of Light." Courtesy Cliff Baldwin.

Another quiet one for the visual arts on the East End. This weekend’s art receptions and events include a multi-media presentation by artist Cliff Baldwin and a reception for a group show at Ashawagh Hall. Cultural offerings

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"Lines in Dark Space II" by Dennis Lawrence, 2014.

New group shows continue to open in the Hamptons this weekend, allowing for plenty of options for holiday gift-giving. One exception is a solo show by Dennis Lawrence, which has an Artist Reception on Saturday. Also on

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"Bread and Butter" by Larry Rivers, 1974. Print, 22 x 25 1/4 inches. Offered by Mr. and Mrs. Pine. Photo by Gary Mamay.

Documentaries and films dominate the Hamptons art scene this weekend. The Take 2 Documentary Film Festival launches tonight and continues through Sunday. In the mix are a liberal amount of films capturing artists and slices from the

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"Morning Crow" by Anne Seelbach, 2008. Oil and charcoal on paper, 26.50 x 27.50 inches.

Group shows seem to be the rage this weekend with several peeling back a wide cross-section of art being made on the East End. Live music, film screenings and a self-guided gallery walk on Saturday from Southampton

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Detail of "Suspension" by Katie O'hagan. Oil on linen, 36 x 42 inches.

The first woman painter invited to join the great male artists of the Accademia della Arti del Disegno in Tuscany, circa 1650, spent her career repeatedly painting the decapitation story from the Old Testament Book of Judith.

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“White Water” by Dalton Portella.

Much attention is turned toward the East End museum scene and its recent unveiling of slates of exhibitions. The new shows at The Parrish and Guild Hall are all winners. That said, the East End gallery scene

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