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Seventy years from boatshop to catboats at Old Sculpin

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The Old Sculpin Gallery, situated in a scenic spot directly across from the Chappy Ferry dock, will be celebrating its 70th anniversary this summer....

Linda Besse “Wild” shows at the Louisa Gould Gallery

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  Louisa Gould looks beyond Vineyard landscapes with the latest show hanging at her eponymous gallery on Main Street in Vineyard Haven. A solo exhibit...

Inner journeys at Winter Street Gallery

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An artist's life experience informs and impacts their art. In the case of the three artists represented in the current exhibit at the Winter...

This season at the Playhouse

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From an African American neighborhood in 20th century Oak Bluffs to 1800s Colorado Rockies, and with a Black New York City schoolteacher and the...

Kin at the core

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What makes the Edgartown-based gallery and boutique Kin different from other businesses around town? Lisa Brown, who owns and operates the shop along with...

Shapes and optical illusions at the West Tisbury library

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“I really have a fascination with geometry and geometric shapes,” says artist Rob Chaunce. “I'm especially drawn to repeating patterns and three-dimensional designs.” Currently, a...

Collaborative culmination

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A very special event to be hosted by Pathways Arts this weekend is, as of this writing, in the process of percolating in the...

Island artist Bernica Wilcox gives us ‘The Gaze of a Woman’

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Island artist Bernica Wilcox has a series of paintings featured at the Vineyard Haven library through April 2024. Titled “The Gaze of a Woman,”...

Broad selection in the current Pathways exhibit

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The Pathways Art Space in Chilmark is currently brimming with art — pieces from eight Island artists working in a variety of media, along...

Books and music

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MVY Radio, the nonprofit radio station located in West Tisbury, and broadcasting throughout the world via internet, is currently hosting something that's a bit...

Color, form, and detail in Bruce Mathews’ photography

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Photographer Bruce Mathews of Oak Bluffs views his latest subject, flowers, in a very different way than that of most other artists. While shooting...

Warming up winter at the Louisa Gould Gallery

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If the world is seeming pretty gray to you at the moment, you might want to head over to Louisa Gould’s gallery for a...

Miner Family Gallery flourishes in the off-season

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There's a little gallery tucked away on Beach Road Extension across from the Black Dog Tavern. And unlike many galleries on the Island, the...

Charly Palmer creates stamp for Black Heritage series

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Internationally acclaimed artist Charly Palmer, whose work is currently featured at the Oak Bluffs library, is known for his portraits of both notable African...

WHOI: Deep dive

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Recently the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) published its first children's book — a deep sea dive into a world that most of us...

Two artists, one show at Pathways

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A new exhibit at Pathways pairs two artists from different generations whose work, though vastly different, complements the other well. Paul Lazes has been creating...

Onstage in 2023

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Despite some minor hitches (well, if you can call the AC conking out in August a minor hitch), the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse managed to...

Fall colors on exhibit at Louisa Gould Gallery

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You'll find lots of gold and russet tones in the latest exhibit at the Louisa Gould Gallery. The show, titled “Colors of Fall,” showcases...

The art of shopping

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Among the dozens of items on offer at the Featherstone Holiday Gift Show — from ceramics and knitwear to jewelry and ornaments — you'll...

Collages and paintings by Bruce MacNelly at Pathways

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Artist and architect Bruce MacNelly has a somewhat different way of looking at process. He works in both collage and painting, with the former...