Click on The Plan To see It Full Sized-
You can see where our 25 foot screen will be located as well as the serving areas and outdoor café tables.
We have some big time surprises that we are working on! Stay Tuned!
From the initial testing to measure dimensions of the projection-
testing projection size for screen building measurements
building the screen-
All very affordable pick up food.
Clam Chowder $4
Chicken Wings $4
Pulled Pork Sliders $4
And To Top It All Off- 10% of all food and beverage sales goes to GFAA to help rebuild Newell Stadium.
Some of the highlights-
Sam Hartson’s “This Is Fiesta” Movie,all three winning walks from the 2011 Greasy Pole, Seine Boat Races, Blue Lobster Videos 2o feet wide, St Joseph’s Novena Video, Faces of The Greasy Pole, Back Shore After The Storm Video and some big time surprises we are working on!
joey – these are some of the museum photos of the "bride 13" filming on salt island. a,b,c are from the treasure chest left to the museum by gloucester high history teacher myrtle cameron. d&e are from a photo album page with about 15 snapshots of the cast and crew and assorted rubberneckers on good harbor. no idea who took the pics, but i’m delighted they did.
infamous fred buck, down cellah at the cape ann museum…
Just another reason to go visit the Cape Ann Museum. I’m telling you, if you have a question about something that happened here in Gloucester in the past chances are you can find some really cool stuff with some extremely helpful folks ready willing and able to assist you in your quest!
To reach a port, we must sail – sail, not tie at anchor – sail, not drift.
–Franklin D. Roosevelt
The Copley Society of Art is proud to host a national juried photography exhibition titled Then and Now: The Enduring Allure of Light in Photography, featuring images selected by famed photographer Joel Meyerowitz. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 15, from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Copley Society on 158 Newbury Street, Boston.*
Then and Now: The Enduring Allure of Light in Photography features an array of photographic techniques including silver print, ultra chrome pigment print, and platinum print. The use of light as a key element unites the works, which portray a variety of subjects and styles. The artists represented in the exhibition not only demonstrate a talented selection of the Copley Society’s members, but also extend far beyond the organization’s immediate artist community.
Distinguished photographer Joel Meyerowitz selected a diverse group of photographs, including both color and black and white images. Meyerowitz is renowned for his natural landscapes, cityscapes, and perhaps most notably for the moving images taken at Ground Zero. Having celebrated color photography since the 1960s, the photographer has been featured around the world, from the Art Institute of Chicago to the Centre Pompidou in France. In addition, his photographs have garnered international recognition through numerous prestigious awards.
The Copley Society of Art (Co|So), America’s oldest non-profit organization, is committed to the advancement, enjoyment, and promotion of its member artists and the visual arts. The organization, founded in 1879, comprises juried artists who are selected by a credentialed art committee. Co|So provides artists with a gallery for exhibiting and selling their work and a platform for engaging and educating the community.
The show will be on display from September 10th through October 6th. The Copley Society of Art is located at 158 Newbury Street in Boston. The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday 11-6, Sunday 12-5, and Monday by appointment.
* All members will be admitted free of charge, and non-members will be asked to pay a fee of ten dollars to support the gallery’s outreach program.
Please visit our website, www.copleysociety.org , to view images from the full exhibition.
Good Morning Joey,
You are my connection to Cape Ann when I am on and off the “Island”!
I was at the Cape Ann Community Cinema last night and discovered a showing of Rebirth is scheduled 9/11/11.
The film was screened at Sundance 2011, the director follows 5 people effected by 9/11
over 9 +years, a story of love, loss, reconciliation, and promise.. It also is technically accurate in that the filmmaker has filmed the entire site post 9/11 to present in time-lasped fashion.
My husband and I had contributed to the credits in memory of someone close we lost at
Windows of the World in Tower 1.
It would be great if you could post this screening for the Cape Ann Community Cinema..
I meet Robert Newton , the artistic director of CACA and it seems he could use some help
Newly 3rd season Rockport Resident,
You might want to remind your viewers of the Noise 30th Anniversary Party Finale TONIGHT at The Annie — and what a finale it will be featuring Allen Estes, Chelsea Berry, Sal Baglio, Julie Dougherty and T Max.
Whose T Max, you ask? Well, he’s the publisher/editor of The Noise (New England’s longest running music magazine) and a singer/songwriter.
Plus he just moved to Gloucester, thereby proving my assertion that Gloucester is the hub of independent music north of Boston.
T Max has only been here a couple of months and he’s already producing excellent shows. Look for more of them in the coming months.
Hope to see you tonight.
peter van ness
SHOT FROM BEHIND!
Taken from the parking lot of the North Shore Arts Association. or Pirates Lane
Cape Ann Farmers’ Market
Thursdays 3:00 – 6:30 pm at Stage Fort Park June 30 – October 13