08/22/11 3:29pm

• Pat Feiler of Mattituck and Bob Miller of Sacramento, Calif., are the featured artists of an exhibit on view through Nov. 2 at the Jamesport Manor Inn’s Rosalie Dimon Gallery. The show is presented in conjunction with East End Arts. An artists’ reception is set for 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28.

Ms. Feiler is an impressionist painter who works in oil, acrylic and monoprint; she is a teaching artist at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.

Mr. Miller, a graphic designer, works in watercolor and acrylic. He first visited the North Fork in the 1990s, and the local landscape is the subject of many of his paintings.

• ‘Remembering 9/11’ is the title of a group exhibit that opens Aug. 29 at Suffolk County Community College’s Lyceum Gallery in Riverhead. Featured artists include Gina Marquand, Seymour Levy, Roz Dimon, Joan Rogers, Steve Alpert, Elizabeth Malunowicz, Janet Culbertson, Dennis Snyder, Anna Jurinich and Beth Giles. The show continues through Sept. 28.

• The Cottage Quartet will give a concert of works by J.S. Bach, Astor Piazzolla, Ludwig van Beethoven and Cole Porter at 3 p.m .Saturday, Aug. 27, at Floyd Memorial Library in Greeenport. The group includes Alena Chubet, flute; Anne-Marie Woelker Chubet, violin; Jeannie Woelker, cello; and James Chubet, piano. Admission is free.

• East End Arts’ juried ‘Red Dot’ exhibit, featuring art by living Long Island artists submitted by their collectors, will open with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, at the EEA gallery in Riverhead. The winning piece, artist and collector will be announced at that time.

Artwork may be dropped off Thursday, Aug. 25, through Saturday, Aug. 27, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the EEA gallery, 133 East Main St. Guidelines are available at eastendarts.org.

The exhibit’s juror is arts journalist, author, professor and curator Dr. Charles Riley II. At 6:30, Dr. Riley will present ‘Landscape With Figures,’ an illustrated look at the art market and collectors who find work locally and internationally. The talk is part of the First Fridays Arts Talk series. Admission is free.
The ‘Red Dot’ show is the final event of East End Arts’ “Year of the Collector.”

• Studio East Gallery has announced ‘Remember, Honor & Hope,’ a show commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11, and has issued an open call for artists to submit work depicting “our great country,” flags, family members, survivors and responders. Work will be received at the Greenport gallery on Friday, Sept. 2, 2:30-4:30 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 3, 12:30-4:30 p.m. and in Miller Place on Thursday, Sept. 1, 6-9 p.m. An artists’ reception is set for Saturday, Sept. 10, 6-9 p.m., in Greenport.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

08/16/11 3:49pm

• ‘Ebb & Flow,’ featuring work by Cynthia Back and Shelley Haven, opens Saturday, Aug. 20, at The Sirens’ Song Gallery in Greenport. In the show of water images, according to a press release, “both artists use observation in interpreting the watery landscape, and their memory of good times spent there.”

Ms. Back’s work includes linocut prints and collage, while Ms. Haven works in monotypes and etchings. An opening reception is set for 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 20; the show runs through Sept. 20.

• The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund’s North Fork by North Fork art show continues Saturday, Aug. 20, with ‘Art, Strings & Wine’ and Saturday, Aug. 27, with ‘Art, Oysters & Champagne.’
On Aug. 20, local musicians will perform during a sampling of local wines; admission is free. The Aug. 27 fundraiser will celebrate “the bounty of our land and seas”; admission is $50.
Both events take place from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Galley Ho building on the waterfront. Call 631-603-8456.

• The August Greenport Gallery Walk is set for Saturday, Aug. 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. The evening features gallery talks and refreshments in the following venues: deCordova Studio & Gallery, Gallery M, Greenport Art & Design, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company, John Jude Glass Gallery, The South Street Gallery & Framers, Springsteel Gallery, Studio East Gallery, Terrence Joyce’s Dockside Gallery and Winter Harbor Gallery.

• Fifteen photographs by James Slezak are on view this month in the tasting room at Jason’s Vineyard in Jamesport.

• The newly renamed East End Arts (formerly East End Arts Council) will hold a design competition for artwork to be used at the 25th anniversary Harvest Gospel Concerts, planned for November.

Designs in all mediums, including computer-generated, that “reflect the joy and soul of gospel music” are sought. The artwork will be used on the concert program books, posters and commemorative hand fans. The winning designer will receive two tickets to a Saturday, Sept. 24, celebration that includes a dinner party at Dark Horse Restaurant in Riverhead and screening of the documentary “Rejoice & Shout” at Vail-Leavitt Music Hall. Some of the submitted images will be showcased that evening.

Work must be original, unframed, full-color and a maximum of eight by eight inches. Submissions can be dropped off by Friday, Sept. 9, at the EEA gallery, 133 East Main St., Riverhead. Entry fees are $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. Contact Jean Caiola at 727-0900 or jcaiola@eastendarts.org.

• Nella Khanis of Mattituck is the only North Fork artist featured in Parrish Art Museum’s “Artists Choose Artists” juried exhibition that opens Saturday, Aug. 20, with a reception at 6 p.m. The show runs through Oct. 9.
Seven East End artists served as jurors, each selecting two artists from 200 submissions. Ms. Khanis, who a press release says “paints with exuberant colors,” was chosen by juror Agathe Snow.

• ‘Steampunk,’ an exhibit of work by Art Donovan, opens Saturday, Aug. 20, at Gallery 429 in Greenport. Mr. Donovan will sign copies of his book “The Art of Steampunk” between 5 and 7 p.m. The show continues through Sept. 10.

Mr. Donovan, a curator, artist and designer, writes online about the Steampunk genre: “It must feature genuine technical elements and also reference the 19th century concept of the ‘machine fantastique’ but conceived through the eyes of contemporary artists and designers.” He curated a major exhibition of Steampunk art objects at the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford, England.

• Call for artists: Artists are invited to paint during the Greenport Maritime Festival and have their completed work included in a plein air art auction, with proceeds split between the artists, East End Seaport Maritime Museum and Greenport Gallery Walk. The festival will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 24 and 25; the auction will take place in Mitchell Park on Sunday between 4 and 6 p.m. Contact Diane Carpentieri at 516-729-4007 or dletitbe@aol.com, or sign up at South Street Gallery in Greenport.

• Artists of Shelter Island will hold their annual ARTSI Open Studios between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 20 and 21. Sixteen members of ARTSI will open their studios to the public for free; artwork will be available for sale. Participating artists include Jackie Black, Hap Bowditch, Janet Culbertson, Roz Dimon, Marianna Fox, Victor Friedman, Jerry Glassberg, Katherine Hammond, Karen Kiaer, Diana Malcolmson, Bob Markell, John Pagliaro, Kia Pederson, Olive Reich, Peter Waldner and Mike Zisser. Visit artsi.info for a map and information.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

08/10/11 3:22pm

• Collectors of local art are invited to participate in the East End Arts Council’s juried ‘Red Dot’ show, which will open Sept. 2 at the Riverhead gallery. Art lovers who have bought the work of living Long Island artists may enter one piece from their collections, with entries to be accepted on Aug. 25, 26 and 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the gallery.

The exhibit will be juried by arts journalist, author, professor and curator Dr. Charles Riley II. He will award best in show to both collector and artist for the piece he finds to be the “most amazing collecting coup in the exhibit,” according to a press release.

The collector will win dinner for two at Jamesport Manor Inn and a year’s membership in EEAC, Parrish Art Museum and Guild Hall. The winning artist will have a solo show at Jamesport Manor Inn’s Rosalie Dimon Gallery. Entry guidelines can be found at eastendarts.org. under Call for Artists. Call gallery director Jane Kirkwood at 727-0900 or email gallery@eastendarts.org.

• Greenport Harbor Brewing Company is hosting the second annual ‘Un-Hamptons Outsider Art Exhibit, North Fork Edition’ through Aug. 28. Featured artists are Jim Bloom, Candyce Brokaw, Susan Brown, David Ellis, Garance, Gary Brent Hilsen, Mark May, John Van Orsouw and Harald Olson. The exhibit includes works on paper, acrylics, mixed media, metal and sculpture.

The show’s theme is self-taught, visionary, folk and outsider art. It is a collaborative effort with the nonprofit organizations Fountain Gallery and Pure Vision Arts, both of New York City, and Survivors Art Foundation of Quogue.

• East End Arts Council’s Third Thursday Series offering for August will be “Oh Say Can You See What I See,” a presentation by Greenport gallery owner Hector deCordova, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, at Brecknock Hall in Greenport.

Mr. deCordova, owner of a Greenport gallery, will facilitate a discussion on the collaborative process between artist and viewer and what perspective a viewer might bring to a work of art.
Admission is free. Call 369-2171 or email education@eastendarts.org for information or to register.

• Artist Don Wilson will give a reverse glass painting demonstration from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14, at Studio East in Greenport. Mr. Wilson, who has completed 12 Long Island lighthouses and other scenes on glass windows, is one of gallery’s featured artists this month. A new exhibit opens there with a reception at 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13.

• Old Town Art and Crafts Guild in Cutchogue is accepting entries for its 2011 Young Artist Contest. Youngsters ages 5 to 15 may enter one original drawing or painting, no larger than 9 inches by 12 inches, with judging in three age groups. Art must be submitted (with name, age, address, telephone number and optional title on back) by Aug. 26, brought to the Main Road guild or mailed to The Old Town Art and Crafts Guild, P.O. Box 392, Cutchogue 11935.

The winner in each age group will receive $25 and art lessons from a guild member. All entries will be displayed at the guild’s Art and Craft Fair on Aug. 27. Call 734-6382, email info@oldtownguild.com or visit oldtownguild.com and click on Events & Programs.

• Entries are sought for the Downtown Riverhead Summer Photo Contest 2011, a free online competition. Photos of the downtown area — the river, Main Street, the neighborhoods, people and events — can be downloaded at flickr.com/groups/2011downtown­riverheadcontest. Submissions should be photos taken between Memorial Day and Labor Day; the deadline is Sept. 15. Winning photos will be exhibited at Riverhead Free Library.

• The Laurel Group at Baywoods in Water Mill announces a new exhibit of paintings by Charles Wildbank of Jamesport. “HADO: Waves of Consciousness” opens with a reception on Saturday, Aug. 13, from 5 to 8 p.m. and runs through Aug. 25. In this show, the artist moves from his signature hyper-realist still lifes to embrace “a more profound perspective,” according to a release.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

07/12/11 4:51pm

• This month’s Greenport Gallery Walk takes place Saturday, July 16, from 6 to 9 p.m. Participating galleries include deCordova Studio & Gallery, Gallery M, Greenport Art & Design, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company, John Jude Glass Gallery, The South Street Gallery & Framers, Springsteel Gallery, Studio East Gallery, Terrence Joyce’s Dockside Gallery and Winter Harbor Gallery.
Walks will continue on the third Saturday of each month through November.

• The East End Arts Council will present ‘About the Sea,’ part of its “Third Thursday” discussion series, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 21, at Breck­nock Hall in Greenport. The talk is held in conjunction with the upcoming South Street Gallery show of the same name and the July 16 Greenport Gallery Walk.

Guests will include Lochlin Reidy, a survivor of a sea disaster whose story is told in the book “Overboard!,” and local poet and writer Billy Hands. South Street Gallery’s Amy Worth will moderate the discussion. Admission is free. Call 369-2171 or visit eeacSchool.blogspot.com.

• ‘Laura Westlake: Masterworks in Color Pencil’ will open at Gallery M in Greenport with receptions on Friday and Saturday, July 16 and 17, 4 to 7 p.m.

• Work by several North Fork artists, including Amy Worth, Harvey Hellering, Hector deCordova and Bob Berks, will be featured in the Sunday, July 17, live and silent art auction, “Making Waves on Mecox Bay,” to benefit 88.3 WPPB-FM. The event will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Water Mill home of Stormy Byorum Good, with a rain date of July 24. Mr. deCordova, owner of deCordova Gallery in Greenport, is the auction’s curator.

Tickets are $50. Bidding for all items begins at $300. The live auction begins at 4:30. Call 631-591-7003 or visit peconicpublicbroadcasting.org for tickets (also available at the door). To see images of featured artwork, visit decordovagallery.com/wppb.

• Artwork by Mario Tomiatti is on view through August at Southold Free Library.

• Northeast Stage, which will present “Romeo and Juliet” at Greenport’s Mitchell Park in August, will offer Café Shakespeare, an afternoon of “random acts of Shakespeare” performed by local actors, on Saturday, July 17, 3 to 5 p.m. at Comtesse Thérèse Bistro & Winery in Aquebogue. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted in support of Northeast Stage’s programming and classical training for local actors.

The group plans a preview performance of “Romeo and Juliet” for 5 p.m. Sunday, July 31, at the bistro. The Mitchell Park performances are set for Aug. 5, 6 and 7 at 7 p.m.Call 208-6933 or find Northeast Stage on Facebook.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

07/06/11 10:16am

• New York’s rockabilly subculture is the subject of “Wheels on Art,” photographs by emerging artist George Schneider of Cutch­ogue, on view July 7 to 31 at Greenport Harbor Brewing Company. An opening reception will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, July 7.
Mr. Schneider’s photos depict a hot rod club based in Brooklyn; the exhibit “encompasses a nostalgic look at the past with an unexpected romantically raw look at the future,” according to a press release.

• An exhibit of paintings, ‘The Creative World of Marilyn Uhl-Utz,’ can be seen during July and August at Cut­ch­ogue New Suffolk Library.

• A posthumous exhibit of work by Vincent Quatroche Sr. of Greenport, who died in April, will open with a reception Saturday, July 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Rothman’s Gallery in Southold.
Mr. Quatroche’s son Vincent Jr., who curated the show, will perform his own poetry and soundscapes that connect with his father’s work, and the band TAOST will play.

Mr. Quatroche Sr. worked over half a century, with a style that ranged from abstract, cubist and pop art to more traditional techniques. Influenced by Pollack and Picasso, he depicted subjects that included historic trains, seascapes and landscapes, portraits and jazz musicians.

During the 1950s he displayed his work in the window of what is now Goldin Furniture in Greenport, and later had his own gallery where the Opportunity Shop is now located. He continued to work until just weeks before his death.

• ‘Discovering the Inner Child,’ paintings by South African artist Joel Berman, aka Bermano, will open July 9 at the Bego Ezair Gallery in Greenport and Southampton,

According to a press release, Bermano said he was born with a “tormented soul.” He grew up amid apartheid, but said he cherished the day he was able to vote for President Nelson Mandela. He began painting in 2003, without formal training, and said his painting helped him overcome depression. He was a boxing promoter in Las Vegas, but after moving to Dallas, Texas, he is now a full-time artist. Just recently Bermano’s painting “Madiba’s Rainbow Nation” was signed by Mr. Mandela, who is known in South Africa as Madiba.

Also on view: artwork by Wanda Murphy.

An opening reception in Southampton is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 9, and the Greenport exhibit opens Sunday, July 10, and runs through Aug. 10.

• Laura Wilson, an emerging acrylic painter, has paintings, drawings and more on display upstairs at the Fiedler Gallery in Greenport. Ms. Wilson’s work also includes jewelry, pen and colored pencil drawings and unique sculptures displayed under glass domes.

• Entries are sought for the Downtown Riverhead Summer Photo Contest 2011, a free online competition. Photos of the downtown area — the river, Main Street, the neighborhoods, people and events — can be downloaded at flickr.com/groups/2011downtown­riverheadcontest. Submissions should be photos taken between Memorial Day and Labor Day; the deadline is Sept. 15. Winning photos will be exhibited at Riverhead Free Library.

• The new show at Studio East in Greenport that opens July 9 includes work by Long Island artist Elaine Thompson, who’s best known for her U.S. Open golf art; “Transitions,” abstract forms by David Cappella, a stylist, artist and brand manager who studied at Fashion Institute of Technology; and “Beyond What the Eye Sees,” large-scale contemporary acrylic and resin works by Barbara Bilotta.
A reception is set for Saturday, July 16, 6 to 9 p.m. The show continues through July 31.

• Award-winning product designer Neil Cohen will be the guest at a “meet and greet” Sunday, July 10, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue. Mr. Cohen, a Long Island native and a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, lives in Manhattan.

• East End Arts Council announces two new summer series of classes.
The print media series includes four adult classes; two for all ages; a youth camp (Aug. 15-19); and “The Print Show,” a juried exhibit that opens July 22.
Music and technology classes start with a synthesizer workshop for all ages and skills in late July, followed by a youth camp for ages 9-14 (Aug. 1-12) and two teen training programs in August.
To register, call 369-2171 or email education@eastendarts.org. For information and course descriptions, visit eastendarts.org.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

05/25/11 9:30am
'New Suffolk Porch" by Jo-Ann Corretti

'New Suffolk Porch" by Jo-Ann Corretti

• Work by members of the Long Island Sierra Club artist group will be on display during June and July at Riverhead Free Library. Featured artists include Jo-Ann Corretti, SallyAnne Keller, Carol Boye, Susanne Corbelletti and Marlene Bezich. An artist’s reception is planned for 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 3. All sales will benefit the Long Island Sierra Club Water Sentinels.

• “Local Harbor Reflections,” photography by JoAnne Dumas, is Mattituck-Laurel Library’s June art exhibit in the downstairs gallery. Natural light is the primary focus of Ms. Dumas’ work, according to a press release. A reception will be held Sunday, June 5, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.

• Original paintings by Mario Tomiatti will be on view June 6 through 26 at Jason’s Vineyard in Jamesport. Artist’s receptions are set for Saturdays, June 4 and 11, from 2 to 5 p.m.

• Call for artists: for ‘Folk Art,’ a juried all-media show that opens June 10 at the East End Arts Council gallery Riverhead. Juror Kathy Curran, curatorial administrator for Islip Museum and Suffolk County Historical Society, will judge works of painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, video, sculpture and poetry.
Artists may enter up to three pieces not previously exhibited at EEAC; dropoff dates are June 2, 3 and 4 at the gallery. Poems must be emailed.
For full details or prospectus, call 727-0900 or visit eastendarts.org.

• An opening reception for an exclusive New York exposition of works by Jack and A.J. Ferrell will be held Saturday, May 28, from 6 to 9 p.m., at the Terrence Joyce Gallery in Greenport. According to a press release, the artists, husband and wife, embody “Peinture Verre au Feu,” the 15th-century tradition of paintings of glass in fire on handmade clay tiles.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

05/17/11 9:27am

• The Hidden City Orchestra will perform a re-enactment of an early music concert that was presented in 1880 at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 28, at the Jamesport Meeting House. The music will be loosely based on a concert given at the meeting house that featured music of 1680 and 1780.
The Hidden City Orchestra, organized by New Suffolk composer George Cork Maul, is a “performance art group surrounded by an improvising orchestra” made up of professional musicians from the New York area as well as a revolving ensemble of fine and performing artists, according to a press release.
The May 28 performance will end with a “Paint and Play” collaboration between a painter and the musicians, with the painter creating art from what he hears and the musicians playing what they see.
General admission is $15; students, $10. Tickets are available at Duffy’s Deli in Jamesport, Blue Door Gallery in Riverhead and Cecily’s Love Lane Gallery in Mattituck.

• Work by Adelaide O’Connell and Eleanor Moser is on display this month at Old Town Art and Crafts Guild in Cut­ch­ogue. Both are longtime members of the guild; their work features scenes of the North Fork and Long Island.

• The new exhibit opening  May 21 at Art Sites gallery in Riverhead features work by Bastienne Schmidt and Craig Kane.
“Topos” (Greek for “place”) by Ms. Schmidt includes paintings inspired by aerial views of human infrastucture and the Earth’s surface. Her process involves building layers using newspaper, fabric, tracing paper, ink pens, dental floss, string and drip paint. The German-born Ms. Schmidt, who is also a fine-art photographer, is based in New York, but has lived in Greece and Italy. Her work is in numerous major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art and the International Center of Photography.
In “Constructs,” Craig Kane creates miniature site installations from his “portable studio” of a couple of suitcases.
The show opens with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 21, and continues through June 26.

• Cloud 9 North Fork Artists will hold a show at Clovis Point winery in Jamesport beginning Saturday, May 21. The local artists have been meeting monthly for several years, and often paint together en plein air or in each other’s studios. Members include Fran Reichert, Laurie Ortmann, Joan Curran, Annie Dilworth, Dolores Castrucci, B.L. Moyle and Ann McCaughey. The show, which features guest exhibitor Jada Rowland, continues through July.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.

05/10/11 10:13am

• Animation artist Don Duga of Riverhead will show a series of paintings honoring the Beatles Saturday, May 14, at Green Earth Café in Riverhead. Mr. Duga’s 20 new, original paintings will be on view from 1 to 5 p.m., when Mr. Duga will be on hand to discuss his work.
The same afternoon, guitarist/composer Kristofer Ambrose of Middle Island will play Beatles songs; memorabilia collector Michael Maccarrone of Sayville will discuss the group’s influence on the music industry; writer Debbie Tuma of Sag Harbor will share memories of meeting John Lennon and Paul McCartney; and pianist/composer Andrew Wargo of Riverhead will perform and tell stories of his friendship with filmmaker Albert Maysles, who made the first documentary about the Beatles’ 1964 visit to New York.

• Old Town Art and Crafts Guild in Cut­chogue will hold its annual open house with art exhibit and sale from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 14. Call 734-6382.

• A landscape exhibit featuring various artists, a show of work by artist Anna Franklin and North Shore Art Guild’s juried landscape show will open with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at Studio East Gallery in Greenport. Charlie Tramantano and Jan Wickline will provide music.

• Call for artists: for “Folk Art,” the juried all-media show that opens June 10 at the East End Arts Council gallery Riverhead. Juror Kathy Curran, curatorial administrator for Islip Museum and Suffolk County Historical Society, will judge works of painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, video, sculpture and poetry.
Artists may enter up to three pieces not previously exhibited at EEAC; dropoff dates are June 2, 3 and 4 at the gallery. Poems must be emailed.
For full details or prospectus, call 727-0900 or visit eastendarts.org.

• Work by Mattituck High School student artists in grades 7-12 will be on display in the school’s first-floor corridor Tuesday, May 17, 3:30 to 9 p.m., through May 25. The exhibit includes work by 35 students participating in the New York State Art Teachers Association portfolio assessment.

• ‘Inspiration: Spirit Within Art,’ the East End Arts Council’s Third Thursday program for May, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19, at Brecknock Hall in Greenport. Artist Terrence Joyce will moderate the discussion, with Nick Cordone and Isabelle Haran-Leonardi, on the origins of a work of art.
Call 727-0900.

To send arts news, e-mail lsisson@timesreview.com, fax to 298-3287, or mail to Times/Review Newspapers, P.O. Box 1500, Mattituck, NY 11952. Copy deadline: Wednesday at 5 p.m. to appear the following week.