Works of art represent Museum’s growing collection
Banner rendition; actual banners were hung Nov. 5.
GLOUCESTER, MASS. (Nov. 5, 2020) – The Cape Ann Museum Green campus is now showcasing seven new banners on the exterior wall of the Janet & William Ellery James Center, featuring works from the Museum’s collection after they were installed today.
The installation of banners is an integral part of the Museum’s bold vision behind the creation of the newCape Ann Museum Green (CAM Green).The nearly four-acre campus is also home to the White Ellery House (1710), an adjacent Barn (c. 1740), and the Babson-Alling House (c.1740). In recent weeks, the Museum welcomed visitors to seeCAM Green and view the exhibit produced in collaboration with The Open Door Food Pantry, entitled The Porch-Rait Project.
The 12,000-square foot James Center provides critical state-of-the-art storage for the Museum’s expanding collections as well as community space for…
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