Community Stuff 6/20/14
Art in Lanesville Student Project
Winslow Lewis and Laura Johnson have created a really nice film for James Cook’s AP English Language class at Gloucester High School called ‘At the End of the Road: Lanesville’s Artistic Legacy’. They did a really nice job and I thought it should be shared with the community. Here’s a link to the video which is hosted on Vimeo.
Thanks, Joey, for what you do,
Please post the following: Thank you. Also, whenthe Eats MAp is re-done , please add Ohana to it.
Ohana re-starts lunch service on Thursday, June 19th
Lunch Hours are 11-3
Come in for creative and delicious lunch offerings such as Tuna Burgers, Haddock Burritos and Duck Pastrami. Also, don’t forget our fabulous mixed platter.
Hope you can stop by this weekend during our 31st annual Studio Tour. I have lots of new pottery in addition to my old favorites. Enjoy refreshments, studio demonstrations, a walk in the woods, sign up for a class or relax on the deck and watch the birds. The summer session of classes begins June 30 for eight weeks and there are still several openings. Beginners welcome!
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All the best,
Cynthia Curtis Pottery
10:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
Happy Spring! We at Cape Ann Artisans hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful gardens that Mother Nature has finally allowed to emerge from hiding; we’ve all been working hard so there will be many gorgeous places for you to visit next weekend!
We are looking forward to seeing so many familiar — as well as new — faces during our 31st Open Studio Tour; there are new Artisans, new works and new Studios to visit and enjoy! If you’d like to start with a “behind the scenes” virtual peek, please check out the newest feature on our website, From the Studio and read some blog posts and news from many different artisans.
Here are some great articles about us and this beautiful area – The Boston Globe article will be published in the Sunday Travel Section on June 15 – be sure to look for it!
Boston Globe Sunday Travel Section – due out on Sunday, June 15
North Shore Magazine – a great writeup in the Arts & Culture section
And as you tour around, please visit and support our sponsors; without them we wouldn’t be able to do what we do!
One more thing … after the tour, we will be sending a survey to our email subscribers asking for some valuable feedback and input. Respondents will be entered into a drawing for a gift certificate redeemable at any of the Artisans studios. Stay tuned for more details!
FISH TALES”: A FUN, NEW EXHIBIT HONORING CAPE ANN
The Local Colors Artists’ Cooperative, now in its 25th year on Main St , celebrates its annual FISH event from June 1 to July 4th with a special art exhibit titled FISH TALES. This annual event, which also coincides with St. Peter’s Fiesta, celebrates the fishing community and natural beauty of Cape Ann . The highlight of this celebration is a reception at Local Colors, 121 Main St. in Gloucester on Saturday, June 21st from 6 – 9 pm with refreshments that is open and free to the public.
This year’s theme FISH TALES captures a broad view of our fishing community and Cape Ann ‘s natural and manmade resources. Each of the 18 artists is free to interpret the theme according to their artistic calling. For special events as this, the artists are encouraged to create works outside their usual media to allow for growth and expansion of their creative talents. All the work for this event is displayed on the featured wall and in the front windows of Local Colors.
The current hours are 10am to 6pm, Sunday through Thursday and 10am to 8pm on Friday and Saturday. The members will be identified with name tags and look forward to meeting the public at the June 21st reception, but the exhibit can be viewed beginning June 1 through July 4.
James T. Sousa
Crystal Lake Editions
Fine Art Photography
Windhover announces its Summer Dance Performances
Featuring Forty Steps Dance and Sarah Slifer Swift
at Windhover Performing Arts Center, 257 rear Granite St., Rockport, MA
Friday, July 18–Sunday,July 20, 2014 at 8:00 P.M.
Tickets: Adults, $20; Students and seniors, $18 ; children under 10 free
Tickets may be purchased at Toad Hall Bookstore, Rockport; The Bookstore, Gloucester; or by sending a check to Windhover, P.O. Box 2249, Rockport, MA 01966
Forty Steps Dance will be performing two works, both choreographed by artistic director Sallee Slagle. “Creatures” was created in 2014 and is based on the movements of the variety of creatures around us and our affinity to the natural world. “Accord” is a crowd-pleasing work created in 1992 and was recently performed in Nahant for the company’s 20th anniversary.
Sarah Slifer Swift will present two recent works. “Insenser” (2014 premiere), named after an NSA surveillance system, takes on the human response to watching, being watched and becoming data. “Invisible Stories” (2013) is a collaboration between Swift and Vermont-based writer and choreographer, Kate Morgan, based on the idea that “the book,” open or closed, occupies the landscapes in which we live.
As part of the “Invisible Stories” performance, an installation in one of the Windhover buildings will be on display at the start of each evening.
For more information, please visit: http://www.windhover.org
Any chance it can get in tomorrow?
UUSR Thrift Store at 4 Cleaves Street, Rockport will be open both Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20 of this week only.
Stop in while taking the Rockport Garden Club Tour as we will be open both days.