The Gloucester artist behind Fenway Park’s murals is taking an epic journey down U.S. Route 1, traveling 2,300 miles to capture a dying art and a bygone era.
NSAA raises funds to save its iconic Gloucester waterfront home.
Inspired by the beauty of the sea, these sculptors formed iconic works of art for all time.
Discover the towns and sites that inspired some of history’s greatest literary heroes.
A couple creates art prints depicting the North Shore’s most memorable places.
New February and March publications.
Shoes: Pleasure and Pain ran from November 19, 2016 through March 12, 2017.
An exhibition of Jeremy Adams’ organs and harpsichords.
Judy Blume visited Portsmouth with her acclaimed bestseller, In the Unlikely Event.
A ‘Seven Lectures at Seven Gables’ presentation.
Join the Cape Ann Museum for a walking tour of this historic and ever-evolving neighborhood
The event will take place at the Whistler House Museum of Art on Saturday, June 11
Henriette Lazaridis will host a community discussion at The House of Seven Gables on June 16
The Rockport Chamber Music Festival welcomes two themed concert programs June 17 & 19
Early 1970s founder of the Newburyport Art Association, artist Audrey Bechler, returns to the Old Port for a one women show celebrating over 40 years with the association.
Immigrant artists and scholars of Boston in the early 1900s. An illustrated lecture by Dr. Dorothy E. King.
Local political writer wins accolades for his first novel, Stone Angels.
Head to the snug and inviting Hawthorne Hotel this winter season
Each year, Andover’s Northeast Document Conservation Center restores hundreds of paper-based items to their original state for posterity.
These are the tales of lost souls said to have spooked North Shore travelers and residents for decades. Who are these restless spirits and what do they want?