Give Me Shelter is not just a Rolling Stones song — it is now an art benefit for the homeless on Martha’s Vineyard.
Anthony Holand’s latest sculpture, an 11-foot seahorse, is so impressive it’s stopping traffic.
On Saturday evening the first Oak Bluffs Arts District stroll of the season invited art lovers to slow down and enjoy the work of six different...
Island painter Kara Taylor is back at her Chilmark gallery after another productive off-season in South Africa. She hosts her first reception of the...
On Tuesday evening Featherstone Center for the Arts opened its summer series of photography salons with a photographic slide show and talk by John...
A rare show of neon artwork will light up the Workshop Gallery in Vineyard Haven for the first half of July, opening during the town’s First Friday...
Friday, July 2, is the last day to check out an exhibit at the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown featuring the poetry of Steve Ewing and the...
This summer the Mariposa Museum in Oak Bluffs is hosting featured exhibits by artists Danny Simmons and Dr. Imo Nse Imeh.
A retrospective of Richard Lee at the Martha's Vineyard Museum showcase the artists exuberant creativity.
This month, the Vineyard Conservation Society and Featherstone Center for the Arts are exploring the relationship between artists and the natural...
The Yard opens its summer season on the museum grounds with a piece by the SBB/Stefanie Batten Bland dance company.
Blooming Art, the garden club's major fundraiser and the exhibit, features 34 Vineyard artists and 34 garden club members doing floral arrangements.

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

The Garden Club of Martha’s Vineyard will again hold its Blooming Art event at the Old Mill

Merry Farm Pottery in West Tisbury will be open three days a week beginning May 6, and introduces new work online May 2.

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