Stone Wall Show Photographer Mariana Cook first noticed the timeless beauty of stone walls when her neighbor’s cows broke through the...
Slave Songs Almost 150 years after the emancipation of slaves in this country, slave songs still bring alive the pain of a past reality...
tim laursen elephant
After 10 and 17 years of living on the Island, respectively, Tanya Augoustinos and Maria Westby were thinking of moving off-Island. They...
shipwreck painting
Shipwrecks, although awful in their reality, become through the ages mythical events. Majestic storms, pirates, the mysterious cargo...
Kids’ Writing Workshop Child writers unite. Mathea Morais, Island author and head of the writing lab at the Martha’s Vineyard Public...
Spindrift Marionettes bring out their lively marionette puppets to perform The Magic Teakettle at the Grange Hall on July 17 at 3 p.m. The...
drawing drawing
Dana Nunes perched naked on a pedestal of pillows and blankets inside a studio at Featherstone Center for the Arts. “I get a kick out of the...
red mannequin
Those attending the Arts Stroll in Oak Bluffs tomorrow, July 14, can expect paintings, sculptures and prints, naturally. But be prepared...
traeger dipietro
Traeger di Pietro first started painting for love. He was 15; she was artsy and he was a jock, a baseball player. He knew her ex-boyfriend...
ray ellis allen whiting
Ray Ellis has been painting for over 70 years, much of it on the Vineyard. This year one of his paintings was auctioned off for $120,000 at...
Hoecakes and Whirligigs Hoecakes and Whirligigs Week is about to begin. And what, you may ask, is that? The Martha’s Vineyard...
Next week, each day from July 9 to July 13, Mark Bullen will hold master classes in landscape painting. The classes are from 2 to 6 p.m. and cost $...

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