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A chilling medical thriller about a global pandemic that starts innocently enough with Beth (Gwyneth Paltrow), feeling ill after returning from a business meeting in Hong Kong.
A new and provocative show, The Art of the Personal Altar, is being added to the season at Featherstone Center for the Arts.
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Melissa Breese, Shephard Fine ArtSpace, Oak Bluffs: "A lot of what I do is educate people about what they're looking at — especially when it's abstract.
This past spring, Jeanne and Malcolm Campbell took a trip to Iceland to both celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary and being as they are both travel photographers, to participate in a photography class.
Among the top 10 reasons to love the Vineyard is the manner in which the Island nourishes, supports, and recognizes its artists.
Past and present (late '90s) tell the story of three Israeli agents (Ciarán Hinds, Tom Wilkinson, and Helen Mirren) who tried to bring a Nazi criminal to justice.
Dragonfly and Shepherd Fine ArtSpace galleries are collaborating to present a retrospective of painter Nancy Furino's work.
As the season winds down at the Pebble Gallery at Featherstone Center for the Arts, it will not go out quietly.
After five years of restorations, the historic Tashmoo Spring Building will be opening its doors to the public in artful style.
This past Saturday, Sept. 17, the Martha's Vineyard Museum held its fourth annual You can't spell mARTha's vineyard without A-R-T party.
Curated by Julia Mitchell, The Art of Fiber, opens Sunday, September 18, at Featherstone, featuring the work of 18 artists.
Pumpkins, by Martha's Vineyard Glassworks.
What's happening this week at various galleries around the Island.
Among the discarded books at the Vineyard Haven Thrift Shop, Sandy Pratt, the longtime manager of the shop, has found a creative outlet.
Be prepared to travel around the Island this Saturday, knowing that everywhere you stop will be well worth the ride.
Rhythm and Blues gives artists a chance to show off their imagination. The show runs through September 15.
The Time Project: One Year, 11 Women, opens tonight, Thursday, Sept. 8, at Featherstone Center for the Arts.