Art Up! A Riff on Culture, Liberation, and Lusting for the Muse
Marblehead Arts Association presents Artist Talk with Mark Shasha.
Mark Shasha's "After the Rush"
Marblehead Arts Association presents Artist Talk with Mark Shasha on Thursday, July 13 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. A true Renaissance man, Shasha has many passions and one is to celebrate the Arts and Letters as part of his daily life. Shasha wants to rekindle and spread anew the joys, connections and insights, which all the arts bring to us. Come and enjoy a sprawling topic peppered with ancient drafting tricks from the Renaissance to music, poetry, education, literature, and of course Mark’s full-time endeavor, painting from life. This will be a truly multimedia and multi arts presentation!
The event is free and open to all. To reserve a spot, call 781-631-2608.
About the Artist
Mark Shasha is an award-winning author, artist, and educator. He is also an actor, singer and songwriter. His work has been seen in dozens of exhibitions and publications nationwide. His books such as the children’s classic, Night of the Moonjellies (Simon & Schuster 1992) have been read by millions. As an actor, he has played dozens of characters in local dramas and musicals including Willy Wonka in recent years. Mark is a full-time artist and is often working in far off places. He was the Artist in Residence this year for the Forgotten Coast Cultural Center in Apalachicola, Florida and has travelled to more than 200 schools and libraries to read and teach hundreds of thousands of children. In honor of his “Outstanding Contribution to the Education of Young People” he was awarded the Shining Star by the Children’s Museum of Southeastern Connecticut.