The Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s newest exhibit, Sandy Fisher’s Edgartown, begins with an opening reception on Friday, Oct. 21 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Mr. Fisher was born in 1916, and when he died in 2014, he was the oldest living commercial fisherman on the Vineyard.

The exhibit features items from the museum’s collection that represent Edgartown during Mr. Fisher’s life and use his words to bring them to life. Visitors can hear him in talk in oral history interviews about his Edgartown experiences during his formative years, along with watercolors, prints, photographs, ship models, objects and film footage that further bring his stories to life.

The show was guest curated by Sally Pierce, who spent 34 years as Curator of Prints at the Boston Athenaeum. She will present a talk on the exhibit on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m. in the museum library.

The show will continue through January 28, 2017.