Express yourself

The word “protest” conjures up emotion, memory, and sometimes outrage. Featherstone Center for the Arts offered more than 30 artists the opportunity to express...

Gardens filled with imagination are cultivated at Pathways

If you have any interest in gardening, landscaping, or the environment in general, Pathways is the place to be this Friday, March 24, when...

Through her lens

As a student at Georgetown High School, Teresa Kruszewski dreamed of moving from the small town north of Boston and following her passion: working...

Brandy Wight spearheaded Granary Gallery

Brandon (Brandy) Wight, cofounder of the Granary Gallery and West Tisbury’s first recognized centenarian, died Feb. 26 at his home in Florida. He had...

Lizzy Schule, Featherstone’s newest teacher, draws on experience

Last fall, the Featherstone Center for the Arts added a new class to their roster and welcomed a new teacher to their fold. The...

Menemsha welcomes Creekville

updated 3/1, 12:40 pm Artists and creators have sought out inspiration from Menemsha’s unique pace, isolation, and tranquility over the past 100 years. Despite an...

Chilmark’s Ed Grazda contributes photographs to “Muslim in New York”

New York City, famously a melting pot of people of various nationalities, ethnicities, and religions, is coming out strong in opposition to our president’s...

Valentine’s spacewalk: from Vineyard landscapes, to outer space

When West Tisbury artist Valentine Estabrook decided to depart from her landscaping painting, the direction she chose took her far afield from her usual...

Chicken Alley features Gene Baer’s ‘Meals on Wheels’ creations

Gene Baer, beloved art teacher and children’s book illustrator, hosted an art show at Chicken Alley on Saturday. Former students and curious art lovers...

Maybelle ‘Bella’ Felipe’s art paints a connection to nature

Many Islanders know Mabelle “Bella” Felipe for one of her many creative pursuits — her puppet shows, coloring books, songwriting, culinary classes, or her...