A special exhibition of recent work by Jeffrey Marshall Using a variety of materials including oil, pastel and conté, ink and grease pencil, Marshall works out of a studio overlooking the Morse Sibley Wharf in East Gloucester. It is one of the few remaining wharves from which Gloucester’s dwindling number of day-fishermen continues to work. At the site, he has discovered a world littered with the detritus of the working waterfront: buoys and nets, twisted cables and rusted engine parts,…Find out more »
The New England Philharmonic Chamber Players present a concert celebrating the Folly Cove Designers. Arranged by Danielle Maddon, Leader, NEP Chamber Players. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibition The Little House: Her Story. Space is limited, reservations required. $25 for Museum members / $40 non members. Reserve online at Eventbrite. For more information please call (978) 283-0455 or email email@example.com.Find out more »
This illustrated lecture, “A Life of Olson, with Glyphs,” will feature a sequence of projected color Glyphs with text and comments on key points in Charles Olson’s life and times, including the personal interactions of Olson with Ed Sanders beginning in 1962 and continuing until Olson’s passing in early 1970. Included will be a tracing of Olson’s remarkable influence on poetry and writing, lasting into this era and beyond, plus Sanders’ attempt in 1968 to spur a relationship between Olson…Find out more »
The Little House: Her Story celebrates the enduring legacy of Virginia Lee Burton’s award-winning 1942 book The Little House. With programs and activities for all ages. Free for CAM members or with admission. Reservations recommended.Find out more »
Set against the backdrop of the Age of Exploration, Black Flags, Blue Waters reveals the dramatic and surprising history of American piracy’s “Golden Age”—spanning the late 1600s through the early 1700s—when lawless pirates plied the coastal waters of North America and the Indian Ocean. In this talk and slide presentation, bestselling author Eric Jay Dolin illustrates how American colonists at first supported these outrageous pirates in an early display of colonial solidarity against the Crown, and then violently opposed them. Dolin depicts…Find out more »
Join CAM Library & Archives Director Molly O’Hagan Hardy and the volunteer community archivists for a closer look at the reopened Library & Archives. Reservations required. Free and open to the public.Find out more »
Paintings by Dorothy Arnold Please join us for the opening reception of a special exhibition of paintings by Dorothy "Doffie" Arnold (1924–2018). Free and open to the public; reservations recommended. →Read more about the exhibition The exhibition of will remain on display through February 2019. Dorothy Arnold (1924–2018), Crane's Beach, 1986. Acrylic on paper.Find out more »
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