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Keira Knightley brings to life French novelist Colette

A biopic on the famous French novelist, “Colette,” comes to the Film Center Friday, Oct. 19. Keira Knightley plays Colette, and Dominic West, her...

Tea for four in “Tea with the Dames”

“Tea with the Dames” returns to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center on Friday, Oct. 12, after a popular screening during the International Film Festival...

Ready, aim, fire

A new sport, mounted archery, began officially on the Vineyard this fall. Two programs are underway at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center, each lasting...

Fall brings new work to Night Heron Gallery

Vineyard Haven’s Night Heron Gallery is gearing up for fall with new work. The 10 artists there are L.A. Brown, Jeri Dantzig, Sylvie Farrington,...

Michael Moore goes on the attack again in ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’

Michael Moore, documentary filmmaking’s pre-eminent gadfly, is at it again in “Fahrenheit 11/9,” which plays this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center. This...

Capturing life on film at 51 Art Gallery

51 Art Gallery, Teresa Kruszewski’s retail photography studio, is tucked away at 13 Beach St. extension in Vineyard Haven. This fall she decided it...

Manhattan Short Global Festival comes to the Film Center

Now in its 21st year, the Manhattan Short Film Festival runs Thursday, Sept. 27, through Saturday the 29th at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center....

Vineyard landscapes from Martha Oakes at the Chilmark library

On exhibit at the Chilmark library are abstract watercolor landscapes by Martha Oakes. The San Francisco–based artist and textile designer has summered on-Island with...

‘Love, Gilda’ captures the genius of Gilda Radner

“Love, Gilda,” a documentary about comedian Gilda Radner, returns to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center this weekend. The film was part of the fourth...

Summer favorites on view at Eisenhauer Gallery

After her busiest August in 20 years, Elizabeth Eisenhauer has taken a deep breath and hung her favorite art from the summer in her...

‘The Wife’ is a domestic drama of a literary marriage

“The Wife” opens this Friday, Sept.14, at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center. It stars six-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close and veteran actor Jonathan Pryce....

The Old Sculpin Gallery asks artists: How do you see ‘SHE’?

Billed as a revolutionary art show, “SHE” comes to the M.V. Art Association’s Old Sculpin Gallery on Saturday, Sept. 8. The goal is to...

Artist Jo-Anne Bates explores color and more

Explosions of color, barely contained by their jagged, black-lined borders, mark the work of Jo-Anne L. Bates, now at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center’s...

Family bonds explored in three Latin American films

Three films featured during the Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival will screen this weekend as part of the festival’s schedule. “Loveling” from Brazil plays...

Around the world in six days — of film

Filmgoers can travel to 19 different countries at the annual Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival. The festival runs from Tuesday, Sept. 4, through Sunday,...

Fred J. Hancock exhibit showcases the shape of shadows

East Chop is the subject for Fred J. Hancock’s watercolor and photography exhibit, “Life in the Shadows,” on display at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse...

ART Gallery features potters Heather Goff and Bill O’Callaghan

Island potters Heather Goff and Bill O’Callaghan will join forces for an exhibit at the ART Gallery in Oak Bluffs, opening Thursday, August 30....

‘Puzzle’ puts together the pieces

Playing August 30 at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center, “Puzzle” is a quiet film that starts slow and comes together with feeling and charm....

The ‘Invisible Hands’ of child labor

Updated at 3:35 pm on August 23. “Invisible Hands” is a prizewinning documentary about child labor and trafficking, and it will screen at the Martha’s...

Conservation through the eyes of two artists at Sargent Gallery

Aquinnah’s Sargent Gallery has a mission to protect the rare and endangered elements of the natural world through conservation. Photographer Barbara Norfleet and plein...