Chickity Check It!- Terry Weber seARTS Article In The Boston Globe

Crafting an artsy reputation

Cape Ann recognized by AmericanStyle magazine

Joey Ciaramitaro of Captain Joe and Sons with Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco (center) and Kristine Fisher, both of seARTS.

Photo-Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe

By Terry Weber

Globe Correspondent / June 23, 2011

When most people visualize Gloucester, they imagine a fisherman casting his nets, or the white sands of Good Harbor Beach, or the excitement of spotting a whale as it rises from the ocean’s depths. Now, thanks to many active artists and art organizations, Gloucester is on its way to reestablishing its reputation as a center for the arts.

The city made the grade as a popular arts destination in an article appearing in the summer edition of AmericanStyle magazine. Gloucester was ranked third in the small-city category with other cities that had a population below 100,000. The top two spots were taken by Asheville, N.C., and Santa Fe, respectively.

Click here for the entire article at The Boston Globe Website

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3 Responses to Chickity Check It!- Terry Weber seARTS Article In The Boston Globe

  1. Fantastic coverage for the artists and community! Congratulations! Most creative and livable arts communities here on Cape Ann, we have it all!

  2. Very nice story. One more reference I have to add to the Good Morning GLoucester Wikipedia page citing a Boston Globe article. No rest for the weary.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Good_Morning_Gloucester

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great job to the artists and organizers on the effort that went into getting Gloucester the recognition it deserves. I went to some of the Partner with an Artist events and it was great to see how different ‘groups’ in Gloucester can work together to create an even more interesting city.

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