Community Stuff June 2, 2012

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NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION

90th Anniversary Season

Artist Members Exhibition II  

June 9 – July 7, 2012

Opening Reception

Sunday, June 10, 2 – 4pm

We are looking for a few more volunteer runners to hold paintings for the jury on Tuesday, June 5. If you are able to help, please contact the Gallery at 978-283-1857.

Click Here to View Award Winners from Exhibition I

Upcoming Events:

Free Demonstrations

Steve Kennedy, Oil Painting

Sunday, June 3 at 2pm

Steve Kennedy

Tom Sutherland, Oil & Wax Painting

Saturday, June 9 at 2pm

Tom Sutherland Wax

Invitation to Artists!

Really Open Rehearsal and "Paint-in"
with Music at Eden’s Edge Chamber Music Ensemble
Monday, June 11, 12:30-3:00 pm

Artists are invited to attend this rehearsal and use the musicians as live models; or interpret the music through painting or just listen. Whatever you wish, you may share in the rehearsal process that leads to musical performance while surrounded by inspiring works of art in NSAA’s spacious gallery! 

Open to Artist and Associate Members and Friends.

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This is a goodwill donation event.

If attending please bring your own easels,

small tables and drop cloths.

Ongoing Exhibits 

Gordon Grant Room Featured Artist

Jude Abbe

May 26 – June 14

Hallway Gallery Featured Artist

William E. Duke

May 26 – June 14

North Shore Arts Association
11 Pirates Lane
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
978-283-1857


HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND OPEN HOUSE DAY
BEAUPORT, SLEEPER – MCCANN HOUSE AND COGSWELL’S GRANT

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If you haven’t experienced the sun-drenched terraces of Beauport in Gloucester, the atmosphere of a Vintage Baseball Game at the Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm in Newbury, a sneak peek into one of America’s finest folk art collections at Cogswell’s Grant in Essex, or a game of croquet in the historic Phillips House backyard, your time has arrived.

Historic New England, the nation’s oldest and largest heritage organization, will offer ten free experiences in the North Shore, spanning over three hundred years or history. Free house tours will be available at all North Shore properties on Saturday, June 2.

On Cape Ann, please visit the Beauport, Sleeper-McCann House on Eastern Point and see the newly restored landscape, open 10 am – 5 p.m. and Cogswell’s Grant in Essex, open 11 am – 5 p.m.   Free guided tours are available on the hour. 

Please call 978-283 – 0800 for more details. Hours vary per museum. Please visit http://www.historicnewengland.org to plan your day.

Historic New England house museums on the North Shore offering free tours on June 2:

Beauport, Sleeper-McCann House, Gloucester, 1907
Boardman House, Saugus, 1692
Coffin House, Newbury, 1678
Cogswell’s Grant, Essex, 1728
Dole-Little House, Newbury, c. 1715
Gedney House, Salem, 1665
Phillips House, Salem, 1821
Rocky Hill Meeting House, Amesbury, 1785
Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm, Newbury, c. 1690
Swett-Ilsley House, Newbury, c. 1670


CAST I Hate Hamlet Final Performances

Unsolicited comments on CAST’s production of “I Hate Hamlet”:

"I laughed so hard, my ear fell off," said V. Vangoe after seeing Cape Ann Shakespeare Troupe’s production of "I Hate Hamlet". “I lost thirty pounds and one inch off my waist”, W.H. Tafte. “Funnier than “Othello” and not nearly as long”, G.B. Shor. The witty and sometimes touching (but in a good way) comedy is finishing its run this weekend, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3 PM at The Cape Ann (The Annie), 1 Washington Street (corner of Main), Gloucester. Directed by Ray Jenness, this delightfully funny piece written by Paul Rudnick features Beth Bevins, Evie Gariepy, David McCaleb, Beebe Nelson, Nick Neyeloff and Graig Owen.

Tickets, $15; $10 (student); $5 (under 19) are available at the door or may be reserved at cast2008@prodigy.net . More information is available at capeannshakespearetroupe.blogspot.com and Facebook.

 


ALL Women of Faith….take some time from your busy schedules to enjoy the company of women in song in prayer at the Bass Rocks Elks function hall, Gloucester, on Tuesday, June 12, from 3-7PM and Wednesday, June 13th from 9AM-4PM (Dinner and lunch provided).

The women from Holy Family Parish Gloucester , are sponsoring ValLimar Jansen, a highly regarded singer, cantor, and recording artist. She is also a college professor, a leader of worship and prayer and a presenter at workshop conferences across the United States . Known especially for her work with gospel, contemporary Christian and gospel-jazz styles, she sings a wide range of music, including spirituals and traditional organ based music. ValLimar will be accompanied by Mary Carol Kendzia with her talents as an experienced accompanist and editing/writing for catechesis and spirituality. The focus for the gathering is on “Women Responding to their Baptismal Call in Challenging Times.” Cost for the day and a-half event is $75.00, {$60.00 for women over 60 years of age.}

Registrations can be found at Holy Family Parish Office, St. Joachim’s Church, St. Ann ’s Church or by visiting our website at www.holyfamilycapeann.org. or by contacting Dawn Alves at dalves@holyfamilycapeann.org. You can see more of ValLimar’s talents at any of the following websites; www.spiritandsong.com , www.afwmusic.com http://facebook.com/vallimar, or ValLimar Jansen Youtube.com .


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Opening This Weekend!

An intimate collection of female literary portraits by Edgar Lee Masters performed by Ms. Meriwether set in small town Illinois at the turn of the 20th Century.

Saturday, June 2 at 8PM

Sunday, June 3 at 3PM

Monday, June 4 at 8PM

Full Price – $50, Senior & Student – $45

Call GSC Box Office for Tickets and Information

978-281-4433

or visit www.gloucesterstage.com

Bringing ‘Spoon River’ women to life

By Gail McCarthy

Read more in this Gloucester Daily Times article… Click here!

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