44 Main Gallery –
44 Main Street, Gloucester
Next to Cafee Sicilia Bakery
Meet the Artist:
Wednesday, July 14, 4:30-6:30pm.
Jonathan Wilson has worked as a photojournalist and commercial photographer in India, California and Indiana. Primarily a visual communications educator, Wilson served as Program Chair and Dean of the School of Arts and Design at Ivy Tech Community College, Columbus, Indiana for 38 years before retiring and moving to Gloucester.
As a fine artist, Jonathan has participated in more than 31 group and solo exhibits, including work displayed at the Columbus Ohio Museum of Art, University of Toledo Museum of Art, Lafayette Museum of Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art/Columbus, Washington University, John Mellencamp Center for the Arts, and Indiana Art Director’s Club.Wilson says of his work:“Figuratively Speaking includes 17 photographs from India, Mexico and now Gloucester, my new home. The photographs are about people in their environment, where form, gesture and timing come together to express what I’m seeking in most of my work, which is an attempt to document the human condition.”
With regret, we are having to postpone the first concert of the Meetinghouse summer series due to bad weather from this Friday to September 3rd. A blurb is attached and copied below.
MEETINGHOUSE OUTDOOR CONCERT POSTPONED
Due to the 100% prediction of rain with the tropical storm Elsa passing through, the first event of the summer series, Music on Meetinghouse Green, will be postponed from this Friday to Friday, September 3rd. As-planned, the John Baboian Ensemble will play and donations to Pathways for Children will be taken up. The series continues next Friday, July 16th at 6:00pm with The Early Risers performing to benefit Backyard Growers. Visit www.gloucestermeetinghouse for more details.
Please help us get the word out.
Courtyard Concert: What Time Is It Mr. Fox?
Thursday, July 15
5:00 p.m. — 7:00 p.m.
During the summer, enjoy free concerts in the Cape Ann Museum Courtyard at 27 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, on Thursdays from 5:00-7:00 pm. Offered as part of the city-wide Culture Splash, the Courtyard Concerts feature local and regional musicians whose music ranges from salsa to sea shanties, bluegrass to jazz, and reggae to folk.
What Time Is It Mr. Fox?
Named after a Victorian children’s game,What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? delivers their own brand of smoky cabaret, neo-soul and acoustic noir, sounding something like Leonard Cohen and Amy Winehouse performing unplugged in a French cafe. The band is known for their original songs which marry rich lyrical imagery with a cinematic sensibility, exploring themes of love, spirituality, and identity. Their song “Cold Rain” was covered by soul legend Irma Thomas on her Grammy-nominated album “Simply Grand.”
What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? features 3rian King on lead vocals, guitar and keys; Renee Dupuis on lead vocals, keys and melodica; Nathan Cohen on fiddle and trumpet; Joe Cardoza on upright bass; and Dennis Monagle on drums. In summer 2019, the band premiered their new multimedia animated musical “Medusa,” a feminist retelling of the myth in a complety sold-out run at the Charles Hayden Planetarium, Museum of Science, Boston. The team is currently adapting the play into a fully staged theater production. For music & tour dates visit www.whattimeisitmrfox.com
27 Pleasant Street
Gloucester, MA 01930
Hi Joey,Roz for the Cause here! Lol. The GHS Class of 1981 is celebrating our 40th Reunion on 8/14/21 at the Elks at Bass Rocks. There are a few classmates we are still searching for. Any way to post a message to help get the word out to your readership?
Classmates can contact us a number of ways: Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/48140215184Email: email@example.com email Website: https://gloucesterclassof81.com/
Best as always, Roz Frontiera
The harbor and night sky were extra pretty as Monday night’s fireworks approached.
Jane Deering shares opening reception invitation for the James Paradis solo exhibition:
July 8, 6-8PM
The Last Stop on East Main Street has recently held a ribbon cutting to mark their reopening. I went down to pick up a sandwich for Jim….he’s really been missing their pastries and sandwiches. It’s renovated on the inside and is looking great. A limited number of indoor and outdoor seating is available and I was glad to note that it was quite busy when I stopped by. The turkey sandwich has hearty bread and “real” turkey slices! Give them try!
Gloucester-based nonprofit encourages and invites individuals, businesses, and communities to lend their support and donate items to raise money for ocean preservation
GLOUCESTER, MA-July 6, 2021- Seaside Sustainability, a nonprofit based in Gloucester, MA, is hosting the Coastal Celebration Virtual Auction that opens on Friday, July 23, at 8 a.m. EST, and closes on Saturday, July 31, at 10 p.m. EST. The auction will be hosted on BiddingForGood, and offers exciting, unique items provided by local businesses and artists in the greater Boston area – including a week-long vacation in Ajijic, Mexico! The raised funds will support ocean-cleaning blue technologies, advocacy toward single-use plastic bans, the launch of Seaside Sustainability’s online Green Scholars program, and more. To learn more about Seaside Sustainability and these programs, visit www.seasidesustainability.org.
Through the support and generosity of individuals and businesses across Boston’s North Shore and beyond, Seaside Sustainability has unique items at a variety of prices. For example, a whale watching voucher, and a pass to the Essex Country Club for tennis and lunch! To learn more about the incredible items available, how to donate, and more detailed information, please visit the BiddingForGood link: https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/auctionhome.action?vhost=ssustainability.
There’s still time to donate items for auction. If you’re interested in sponsoring, there are three levels: Trout ($250), Dolphin ($350) & Whale ($500+). To become a sponsor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.