Quarry Dance lX Trailer is here and it’s 60 seconds

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ANNOUNCING THE 60 SECOND TRAILER FOR QUARRY DANCE lX NOW

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Photography by David Watts Jr. at a Cape Ann Quarry July 2020        Dancer: Alex Berger

Windhover Performing Arts Center announces this 60 second trailer for Quarry Dance lX for you to view here below. The 30-minute film is still being edited, and original music is being composed for the film now by Russ Gershon.

In July 2020, Dušan Týnek Dance Theatre was in residence (safely) at Windhover, bringing two dancers at a time from New York to create solos and duets at three private Cape Ann Quarries. Boston based videographer Anders Johnson filmed the dancers from floats and boats in the quarry waters in order to capture unusual angles. The stunning results will be shown on the Windhover website via You Tube in early September. www.Windhover.org   So stay tuned.

The Quarry Dances were born from a vision of Ina Hahn, Windhover’s founding Director, whose goal was to marry the art of dance with the pristine granite landscapes of the magical quarries of Cape Ann.

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Videographer Anders Johnson filming the dancers of Quarry Dance lX  in July 2020
Photograph taken by David Watts Jr.

Please consider donating to WINDHOVER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER which is a non-profit 501© 3 organization to help support our work. All contributions are fully tax deductible. Windhover received partial funding for this project from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, as well as from the Rockport and Gloucester Cultural Councils. Donations can be made through PAYPAL on the Windhover website www.windhover.org or by mail: Windhover, PO Box 2249, Rockport, Ma. 01966. Thank you for your support. Lisa Hahn, Executive Director

Click here to watch the trailer for Quarry Dance IX

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Call for Tiny Art

CALL FOR TINY ART!

Donate work to benefit the Rocky Neck Art Colony

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ART SPECS
  • All 2D media accepted, including photography, collage, drawing and painting. We provide  6X6” 100 lb. Bristol stock or  use your own 6×6″ watercolor paper or Bristol stock. After matting, visible area is 5×5”. Please do not vary the size.
  • Need paper?Call Mary Ann McCormick to arrange a pick-up time at 978.317.6803. There is no charge.
    Pick-up is at 4 Hatch Way on Rocky Neck (not the Cultural Center).
  • Sign the back, not the front of the art.
  • Artwork must be dry when submitted.
  • We will mat the work in 7×7” alabaster custom colored mats. Inside dimensions for art is 5×5”.
  • Submission Deadline: August 31, 2020. Please deliver or mail artworks in protective packaging to Mary Ann McCormick, 4 Hatch Way, Gloucester MA 01930.  Artwork pickups can be arranged.

Gloucester, Cape Ann | of time and place’ @ Jane Deering Gallery, 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester August 8-30

Gloucester, Cape Ann | of time and place runs August 8th-30th at Jane Deering Gallery,19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester and is an invitation to see features of the region anew, to look at landscape and structures differently, to have, as art writer John Berger once put it,  a kind of visual Renaissance.  Included are artists working on the Cape as well as those from abroad.  Gallery hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1:00-3:00pm and by appointment. Contact: 917-902-4359 or info@janedeeringgallery.com  Works from the exhibition can be viewed online at janedeeringgallery.com 

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Rocky Neck Open for Business

Situated on a small peninsula in Smith Cove, the Rocky Neck Art Colony is known for its rustic charm and eclectic works of art in a laid-back authentic setting. At the beginning of the summer the galleries on Rocky Neck could not open due to the Pandemic, but many opened their doors in July, either in person or online. Come visit Rocky Neck in East Gloucester – a great place to stroll on a summer day, peruse the shops and galleries, and enjoy a memorable meal.

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These Rocky Neck galleries, shops and restaurants are now open.

Larry Dahlmer Gallery, 15 Rocky Neck Ave., 1st Floor
8-5 daily, 978-559-6418
Paintings by Larry Dahlmer capture the essence what fishing out of Gloucester has meant for the last 400 years. 

 Elynn Kroger Gallery, 15 Rocky Neck Ave. 2nd Floor
10-4 most days, 978-282-3467
Colorful abstract landscapes that are intuitive and organic.

Side Street Gallery, 17 Rocky Neck Ave.​
10-5 Wed-Sun, or by apt. 978-283-3791
Curated selection of handmade jewelry, ceramics, blown glass and hand-picked treasures from around the globe.

Sailor Stan’s, 1 Wonson Street, 978-281-4470
Daily homemade specials. WiFi.

The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, 978-515-7004

Exhibitions open online at www.RNACexhibitions.com

James B. Hand Fine Art, 36 Rocky Neck Ave, 978-283-9100
Open by appointment. 19th and 20th Century American paintings and fine art appraisals.

John Nesta Gallery, 37 Rocky Neck Ave.
Open by appointment, 978-879-7752
John’s impressionistic oil paintings capture the quality of light at the moment.

Judythe Meagher Gallery, 37 Rocky Neck Ave.
Open by appointment, 978-281-7575  Judythe.com
Traditional watercolors and oils and abstract cut paper collages.

Rocky Neck Ice Cream, 39 Rocky Neck Ave. 978-804-0562
Enjoy your favorite ice cream on our scenic deck overlooking Smith Cove

Accommodations at Rocky Neck, 43 Rocky Neck Ave.
Open daily, 978-381-9848
Art gallery and waterfront rentals. Rooms and suites available daily, weekly, and monthly.

IMAGINE Gallery, 43 Rocky Neck Ave.
Open daily 9am-7pm,  978-559-1709
Home to Brenda Malloy and her colorful mixed media paintings, wearable art, greeting cards and magnets.

The Studio Restaurant & Bar, 51 Rocky Neck Ave. 978-879-4896
Open for lunch and dinner. Large outdoor waterfront deck. Half-price specials.

Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck, 53 Rocky Neck Ave.
Open online at www.RNACgallery53.com. Pick-up by appointment at gallery or ship to customer. Ceramics, driftwood collage, jewelry, mosaics, mixed media, painting, photography, and printmaking by 20 artists and artisans.

The Cottage on Smith’s Cove, 75 Rocky Neck Ave.
Open Thur-Sun 12-6,  978-281-5557
A seaside boutique with fabulous fashion, accessories, hats, toppers, jewelry, giftware and  much more. Watch for our August sale.

Stephen LaPierre, 75 Rocky Neck Ave., 2nd Floor.
Fri & Sat 10-8, S-Th 10-6, 321-537-7762
Oil paintings, local scenes, and clowns.

Joe’s Fresh Fish Prints, 77 Rocky Neck Ave/Madfish Wharf
12 to 5 on weekends and by appointment.
Original prints from real fish caught in local waters with ink and handmade paper.  www.Fishedimpressions.com

Landscape Gallery,  77 Rocky Neck Ave/Madfish Wharf
Fri to Sun 1-6, or by appointment, 603-303-3876, www.landscapefineart.com
This new gallery features artists Rokhaya Waring and Alex Eisenzopf.  Local subjects in oils, watercolor, and works on paper.

In the Moment, Five artists capture and create

The Rocky Neck Art Colony presents a new online exhibition, In the Moment, featuring five esteemed New England photographers: Olivia Parker, Tsar Fedorsky, Rebecca Skinner, Paul Cary Goldberg and Dana Salvo. Each of these photographers ask the observer to look closely at just how long a moment can last. It might be a mother and child sharing a conversation in the street or a rock that teeters forever on the beach. Small wonders are revealed in buttons, the bright blue geometry of an industrial wall, and in paint holding the past in its peels—before it flakes away forever. In the Moment unites the viewer, the instant captured and the photographer’s eye.
Visit https://www.rnacexhibitions.com to see the exhibition and learn more about the artists.
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Olivia Parker, Enigma for Varujan
Photograph, 22” X 14.66”
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Paul Cary Goldberg, Cressy’s Beach
Photograph, 13.5” X 20”

Cape Ann Artisans August 15th Mini-Tour – Updated Schedule

The August Cape Ann Artisans Summer Mini-Tour
Gloucester and Rockport, MA.
Saturday,  August 15th 8-4.   Plum Cove Studio 9-4.

Contact:
info@capeannartisans.com or leave a message with
Cynthia Curtis 978-546-6186

 

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Based on the success of the July Mini-Tour, the Cape Ann Artisans look forward to a second one-day event on August 15th.   To beat the heat, the hours have been moved earlier.  Six of the studios will open at 8AM; Plum Cove Studios will open at 9AM and all will close at 4PM.

The participating artists include David Archibald, Cynthia Curtis, and Erin O’Sullivan & Scott Place (Twin Lights Studios) representing the ceramic arts.   They are joined by painter Jillian Demeri, sea glass jeweler Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco, glass artist Beth Williams, and Pamela Stratton Mosaics.   The group has self-selected based on their ability to use outdoor spaces and welcome visitors safely.

Once again, the Artisans will take full advantage of their outdoor spaces to offer “safe” visiting and shopping.  The feedback from July was extremely encouraging with all artisans enjoying art sales, new regional visitors, former patrons, and people strolling the neighborhood and responding to the signature pink signage.   A Salem visitor shared her experience enthusiastically.

Our visit to the mini-tour of the Cape Ann Artisans could not have been more delightful. Under the restrictions of the Covid protocols, the artists were welcoming, informative and glad to have visitors. Their welcome was gracious and their art was impressive. We did buy ceramic lamp bases from David Archibald, and are thrilled with our purchase. We are very much looking forward to the next tour. And of course, Cape Ann is a work of art in itself.

Visitors can easily group the tour into geographic proximity by visiting the Gloucester artists and Rockport artists in sequence by neighborhood from East Gloucester, to downtown, to Riverdale, Lanesville, and Rockport (or reverse). The full Cape Ann Artisan Tour map can be downloaded at CapeAnnArtisans.com.

Artists are all taking appointment by phone, email, and/or Square for visitors that would like to reserve a specific time.  Appointments will be given first priority if the studio is at Covid-compliant capacity.  Look for our pink flags to way-find to the open studios!

The Artisans have also confirmed the Fall Tour for Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11.   Details for the Fall Tour are forthcoming.    All the Cape Ann Artisans welcome appointments throughout the season and hope to hear directly from visitors.

Artisans ask for visitors to be Covid-Compliant, wear facial coverings, practice social distancing, and use hand sanitizer which will be available at each studio.

new exhibition ‘Gloucester, Cape Ann | of time and place’ opening at Jane Deering Gallery

Jane Deering Gallery announces a new exhibition Gloucester, Cape Ann | of time and place opening Saturday August 8th at 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester and presenting new perspectives and interpretations of the region’s past and present.  Included are artists of the Cape and from abroad.  Gallery hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1:00-3:00pm and by appointment. 

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Contact:
917-902-4359 or info@janedeeringgallery.com  Works from the exhibition can be viewed online at janedeeringgallery.com 

WINDHOVER’s 2020 SUMMER NEWS In the time of the pandemic; July 20, 2020

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Quarry Dance Nine Takes Center Stage:

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With our world, our lives and the performing arts as we knew them drastically altered for all of us in unprecedented ways, Windhover is moving forward with the creative impulse which uplifts us.  The arts in this time of crisis, gives us hope, elevates our spirits and helps transcend the difficulties facing us now.

With that idea in mind, we at Windhover have found a way to bring a new and original QUARRY DANCE NINE to all of those who want to experience the art of dance from the comfort of your own home! Here is what is happening:

Dušan Týnek Dance Theatre, the innovative NYC based company which has performed the Quarry Dances for the past eight years, is in residence at Windhover this month bringing two dancers at a time here. Dušan, the choreographer, is currently creating a new and original quarry dance specifically designed for film. Three stunning private quarries on Cape Ann, with the generosity of their respective owners, have been selected to be where the Quarry Dance Nine takes place.  Dušan is busy creating a new work at these three quarries this week. Each section of the dance at each of the three quarries will be filmed by Boston based videographer Anders Johnson, then edited into one dance.  The film will be streamed in mid-to-late August, complete with original music by jazz musician and multi-instrumentalist Russ Gershon.

This video version of the quarry dance lends a new and different perspective to this art form. As an audience member, you will be able to hover over the cliffs, immerse yourself in the quarry waters, and have that bird’s-eye view that the camera can provide.  Duets and solos on these quarry walls and waters are the building blocks of Quarry Dance Nine, as the dancers perform while being safely social distanced. It is a new and original work, and the excitement of performing outdoors is a gift to be shared with you, our audience.

During this time of crisis, the arts have been sadly affected, but my hope is to have Windhover provide a safe refuge for artists of all kinds to be able to create new and original work. Quarry Dance Nine is the first of these endeavors, and more will come. The film of Quarry Dance Nine will have a specific release date in August to be  announced soon.

If you are able to donate to Windhover Performing Arts Center to help support the dancers, musician and filmmaker of  Quarry Dance Nine, please go to the Windhover website here  www.windhover.org and use the DONATE button which links to Paypal. Or alternatively you can send a donation to Windhover, P.O Box 2249. Rockport, Ma. 01966.  Windhover is a 501©3 ORGANIZATION AND ALL DONATIONS ARE FULLY TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

Thank you for your support. It is greatly appreciated.

We also want to thank Harvard Pilgrim Health Care for their support of Quarry Dance Nine, as well as the Rockport and Gloucester Cultural Councils.

Lisa Hahnz

Executive Director, Lisa Hahn

Windhover Performing Arts Center
PO Box 2249, Rockport, Ma. 01966       phone:  978-546-3611

windhover@verizon.net

New exhibition opening July 18 in the SHED at Jane Deering Gallery

AMY ROBSON | Just Looking opens at Jane Deering Gallery, Gloucester on Saturday July 18th. To respect current safety measures, viewing of Robson’s charming paintings will be at Deering’s home property where works will be installed in the exhibition SHED, which is open to the air and has good circulation.  For address details, 917-902-4359  or info@janedeeringgallery.com.  Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 1:00-4:00pm or by appointment. The gallery and the artist are offering all works at very special prices.  Works from the exhibition can be viewed at: https://janedeeringgallery.com/exhibitions-jdg-gloucester-ma/amy-robson-keep-looking/1

Lighthouse Collage (Mark Adrian Shoes) JDGRock (B&W) JDG

Robson is a British/American artist (MFA, Chelsea College of Arts, London UK) who has spent the last twenty years visiting  Cape Ann.  For her first US solo exhibition, she presents a series of paintings made from drawing while sitting on just one rock overlooking the mouth of the Annisquam River over the course of six weeks in 2019.  Though based on one viewpoint, the highly diverse work celebrates the infinite possibilities of keen observation combined with an artist’s subjective experience.  Produced in a pre-Covid time, the series is prescient as we now find ourselves inhabiting infinitely smaller universes.

Upcoming Art Classes at the RAA&M

Fun with Pressed Flowers – Young Artists Online with Jacki Harrington

Mondays, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
July 20, 27; August 3, 10
Ages 12 – 17

Registration Deadline: July 13
$175 RAA&M Student Members
$195 Non-Members

Let’s have some fun exploring the world of pressed flowers and creating some beautiful items. In this four week class we will learn about pressing a variety of plant material and techniques for preserving them. Each class will also include hands on art projects, such as bookmarks, cards and frameable pieces among others.

Jacki will send you an invite with the Zoom link before the class. Space is limited.

For More Info & To Register: https://www.rockportartassn.org/young-artists-1/fun-with-pressed-flowers-young-artists-online-with-jacki-harrington

Most of the materials will be provided by the instructor, but students will also need some basic supplies: scissors, tweezers, a ruler, computer paper, plain newsprint, ordinary white glue, a glue stick or a tape runner, and either waxed paper or parchment paper to use as a work surface.

Kits with materials needed for the art projects will be available for pick up at RAA&M: Thursday, July 16 through Sunday, July 19 from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. If necessary, the kit can be shipped to you by request. Please email margaret@rockportartassn.org if you need to have the kit shipped.

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Outdoor Painting – with Carole Loiacono

Thursdays, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
July 30; August 6, 13, 20

Registration Deadline: July 23
$200 RAA&M Members
$225 Non-Members

This plein air painting class focuses on technique, composition and color theory. It is open to all levels from beginners through experienced painters. Each class session begins with a demonstration by Carole and ends with a group critique.

Participants may paint in watercolor, oil, acrylic or any other medium. Most demonstrations will be in watercolor.

Participants must register in advance for the entire series. No drop-ins. Space is limited.

Note: These classes will be held outdoors. To ensure a safe environment, everyone will need to maintain social distancing, wear face masks and meet at the painting location (specific locations tbd). The number of participants will also be limited.

You will be notified each week of the painting location. In the event of inclement weather, an alternate day will be arranged with Carole to paint outdoors.

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Rockport Music presents a Virtual Music Series—Concert View

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Rockport Music announces launch of Concert View* virtual series tomorrow, July 2, at 7 pm with a new performance by the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet at the Shalin Liu Performance Center.  The series includes a range of artists like renowned cello-piano duo David Finckel and Wu Han, the incomparable bass-baritone Davóne Tines, the spectacular pianist George Li, and more. Dates subject to change.

CONCERT VIEW SERIES
Weekly Virtual Music Series
Fridays at 7 PM (except Parker Quartet on Thursday)

July 2: Parker Quartet

July 10: Stephen Prutsman, piano (artist from home)

July 17: George Li, piano

July 24: Chee-Yun, violin & Henry Kramer, piano

July 31: Grisha Goryachev, guitar

August 7: Davóne Tines, bass-baritone (artist from home)

August 14: Rum Runners String Band

August 21: Mari Martin & the Lucky Boys

August 28: David Finckel, cello & Wu Han, piano

The series will be free to viewers and shared via Facebook, Youtube and Rockport Music’s website.  For a full listing and program details, please visit rockportmusic.org or https://rockportmusic.org/concert-window-virtual-series/.

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Website: rockportmusic.org  | 978.546.7391

*Please note adjustment in series name.

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American Legion Post #98 / Rockport Fundraiser

I’m getting back into my artwork now that I’ve retired from nursing after 43 years.  I’m doing a fundraiser for the vets and James and Anna of Cape Ann Giclée are helping me with printing.
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Every summer (with the exception of this one) the Legion in Rockport hosts vets for a fishing trip/ social event. I spoke with Larry Story, the vet who organizes the event and he said that lobstermen from Rockport and Gloucester donate their time for the outing.  I asked him about contributing to the cause with a poster I made from a painting of mine. As I mentioned James and Anna are doing the printing when I get orders.  The unframed poster is 11 x  14 inches and retails for $20.00.  All profits go to the Legion.
I live near the Pigeon Cove harbor and have gotten to see the workings of the waterfront since I’ve stopped working as a nurse and since COVID has pretty much curtailed my normal activities.  What I’ve learned is that the lobster industry is a very complicated and dangerous business and the work never stops as you know! I really admire what the guys are doing down here because it’s really a rare and treasured industry in Rockport.  We don’t have much tourism and the granite industry is long gone. And they’ve been working right through COVID as I’m sure the guys over in Gloucester are doing.
Message me on facebook to order
https://www.facebook.com/leslie.heffron.9
Thank You for your Support,
Leslie Heffron
Here’s a video about the cove and the lobster boats over here if you care to share it on GMG.

Seven Cape Ann Artisan Studios to host first ever Summer Mini-Tours| Creatively expanding space to the outdoors to accommodate visitors

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The Cape Ann Artisans sorely missed the opportunity to open up their studios in the Spring so they are introducing a new twist for the summer months.  Instead of a full weekend tour, a sub-set of the full group will open their studios for one Saturday in July and one in August.

The participating artists include David Archibald, Cynthia Curtis, and Erin O’Sullivan & Scott Place (Twin Lights Studios) representing the ceramic arts.   They are joined by painter Jillian Demeri, sea glass jeweler Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco, glass artist Beth Williams, and Pamela Stratton Mosaics.   The group has self-selected based on their ability to use outdoor spaces and welcome visitors safely.

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The Cape Ann Artisans have been discussing all possible ways to welcome our friends, family, neighbors, and visitors safely after a long winter of making new artwork.  We are thrilled to now be creative in the use of our combined indoor and outdoor spaces to make visitors feel comfortable and to enjoy the exquisite gardens and views of Cape Ann.  Cynthia Curtis will open up an entire end of her gallery to the outside thanks to a newly installed garage door.  Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco will expand into her lower barn space and set up tables to sit outside and enjoy the garden. David Archibald’s luscious garden will be in full bloom.

Visitors can easily group the tour into geographic proximity by visiting the Gloucester artists and Rockport artists in sequence by neighborhood from East Gloucester, to downtown, to Riverdale, Lanesville, and Rockport (or reverse) according to the digital postcard which will be circulated online or can be downloaded from CapeAnnArtisans.com

Artists are all taking appointment by phone, email, and Square appointments for visitors that would like to reserve a specific time.  Appointments will be given first priority if the studio is at Covid-compliant capacity.  Look for our pink flags to way find to the open studios!

All the  Cape Ann Artisans welcome appointments throughout season and hope to hear directly from visitors.

All Artisans will be asking for visitors to be Covid-Compliant, wearing facial coverings, using hand-sanitizer, and practicing social distancing.

Here’s a re-cap:

What:  The Cape Ann Artisans Summer Mini-Tours

Where: Gloucester and Rockport, MA.

When:   Saturday July 18th and Saturday, August 15th 10-5.

Contact: info@capeannartisans.com or leave a message with Cynthia Curtis 978-546-6186

American Legion Post #98 / Rockport Fundraiser

I’m getting back into my artwork now that I’ve retired from nursing after 43 years.  I’m doing a fundraiser for the vets and James and Anna of Cape Ann Giclée are helping me with printing.
EssentialPigeonCovePoster.jpg
Every summer (with the exception of this one) the Legion in Rockport hosts vets for a fishing trip/ social event. I spoke with Larry Story, the vet who organizes the event and he said that lobstermen from Rockport and Gloucester donate their time for the outing.  I asked him about contributing to the cause with a poster I made from a painting of mine. As I mentioned James and Anna are doing the printing when I get orders.  The unframed poster is 11 x  14 inches and retails for $20.00.  All profits go to the Legion.
I live near the Pigeon Cove harbor and have gotten to see the workings of the waterfront since I’ve stopped working as a nurse and since COVID has pretty much curtailed my normal activities.  What I’ve learned is that the lobster industry is a very complicated and dangerous business and the work never stops as you know! I really admire what the guys are doing down here because it’s really a rare and treasured industry in Rockport.  We don’t have much tourism and the granite industry is long gone. And they’ve been working right through COVID as I’m sure the guys over in Gloucester are doing.
Message me on facebook to order
https://www.facebook.com/leslie.heffron.9
Thank You for your Support,
Leslie Heffron
Here’s a video about the cove and the lobster boats over here if you care to share it on GMG.

New at the Jane Deering Gallery

Juni Van Dyke | The Journey … then and now, a series of charming small paintings inspired by the artist’s journey to Italy in the early 90s, continues at Jane Deering Gallery. In celebration of re-opening, the gallery is offering these framed works at a very special price.  Gallery hours are limited : Saturday and Sunday 1:00-3:00pm, and by appointment.  19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester MA. 917-902-4359.

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Juni Van Dyke is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and holds an MAT from Tufts University.  Since 1993, she has been the Director of the Arts Program at the Rose Baker Senior Center, Gloucester Massachusetts.

Rockport Music presents a Virtual Music Series: Concert Window

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Rockport Music announces a new virtual music series this summer entitled CONCERT WINDOW. Starting July 2, Rockport Music will present a weekly concert series. The series will feature performances from the Shalin Liu Performance Center stage, with a couple of special performances by artists from other locations. The Concert Window series includes a range of artists including the Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet, renowned cello-piano duo David Finckel and Wu Han, the incomparable bass-baritone Davóne Tines, the spectacular pianist George Li, and more. Additionally, the series will highlight some of Cape Ann’s most popular local favorites like Mari Martin & the Lucky Boys, the Rum Runners String Band, and more to be announced. Dates subject to change.

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CONCERT WINDOW SERIES
Weekly Virtual Music Series
Fridays at 7 PM (except Parker Quartet on Thursday)


July 2: Parker Quartet
July 10: Davóne Tines, bass-baritone (artist from home)
July 17: George Li, piano
July 24: Chee-Yun, violin & Henry Kramer, piano
July 31: Grisha Goryachev, guitar
August 7: Stephen Prutsman, piano (artist from home)
August 14: Rum Runners String Band
August 21: Mari Martin & the Lucky Boys
August 28: David Finckel, cello & Wu Han, piano


The series will be free to viewers and shared via Facebook, Youtube and Rockport Music’s website. For a full listing and program details, please visit rockportmusic.org or https://rockportmusic.org/concert-window-virtual-series/.

Also, don’t miss Rockport Music Virtual Gala 2020—Our Gift of Music to the Community on Saturday, June 27 at 5 pm—with Grammy-nominated pianist Marc-André Hamelin in a spectacular performance of Schubert’s Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960, a special virtual duet by Artistic Director Barry Shiffman with Artistic Director Emeritus David Deveau, and a segment commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the opening of Rockport Music’s Shalin Liu Performance Center. The Virtual Gala will be free and available to view via Facebook, Youtube, and the Rockport Music website (for best video quality). The Rockport Music Gala provides critical support for the organization’s mission of presenting the highest quality music in all genres, as well as numerous Rockport Music educational and community outreach programs. Please visit our website https://rockportmusic.org/2020-rockport-music-virtual-gala/ for more details.

Website: rockportmusic.org | 978.546.7391

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ABOUT ROCKPORT MUSIC
Founded in 1981 as the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, Rockport Music presents exceptional concerts and cultural events in the “stunning acoustics and dramatic setting” (Boston Globe) of the Shalin Liu Performance Center. Best known for its summer chamber music festival featuring some of the world’s finest ensembles and soloists, Rockport Music has expanded its offerings to include year-round presentations of jazz, folk, pop, and world music, high-definition broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera and National Theatre (London), and special film presentations. Education and community outreach activities serve nearly 10,000 students and adults throughout Cape Ann and the North Shore annually.

Cape Ann Giclée Officially Re-Opens

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We Are Open and Here’s What We Are Doing:

  • We are taking this virus seriously.
  • We are only allowing one customer at a time in the studio and maintaining social distance.
  • Masks must be securely worn at all times!
  • Once that customer leaves we spray and wipe everything down and wash our hands before we allow the next customer in.
  • We also have online ordering with curbside pickup, for people who don’t want to come inside the studio.
  • We also now have gift certificates available online!

Studio Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm

20 Maplewood Ave, Gloucester MA | 978-546-7070 https://capeanngiclee.com | info@capeanngiclee.com

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