Here on the Island, for many living is an art form and here artists abound.

Island artist Margot Datz, known for her fanciful images of animals, people and mermaids as well as larger-scale murals, brought a new crop of...

A book festival audience turned out Friday evening for a panel discussion on the Martha’s Vineyard Museum lawn with three of the country’s leading...

Sculpture and jewelry by Ronni Simon, archival photographs — and of course the calendar that was such a labor of love for the late Peter Simon — all...

Thought leaders in the dynamic world of food journalism will discuss the evolution of their profession next Wednesday at a lunchtime forum called The...

The Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival is back on the Island this summer, with more movies than ever.

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Arts Briefs

Give Me Shelter is not just a Rolling Stones song — it is now an art benefit for the homeless on Martha’s Vineyard.

On Wednesday, August 4, Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs is hosting a free dedicatory recital of its recently restored organ, which dates back to 1924.

Kate Taylor is performing a concert on August 3 at the Tabernacle for her new album Why Wait.

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