Martha's Vineyard Museum

Photography Exhibit Chronicles Unique Vineyard Narrative

A new Martha's Vineyard Museum exhibit by photographer Neal Rantoul captures the Vineyard by land, sea and air. The exhibit opens Jan. 22.

The Way We Were: Wearing Ties to the Beach

Color movies from vacationing on the Island in the 1940s were donated last year to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. The online exhibit is called On the Vineyard: Summer Vacation in 1940 and 1941.

Playhouse Offers Holiday Concert Online

Featuring singer-actors Paul Munafo and Shelagh Hackett and keyboardist Jeremy Berlin, the free concert is available through Dec. 31 on the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse website.

Covid Monologues Deadline Looms

Friday is the deadline to submit an original monologue of up to 5 minutes for a public reading Dec. 12 at the Martha's Vineyard Museum.

Many Stories, One Pandemic; Islanders Present Covid Monologues

More than 40 people turned out Saturday afternoon for Covid Monologues MV, a group reading in the Martha’s Vineyard Museum courtyard.

Mini-LadyFest to Stream Online

A sold-out performance at the Martha's Vineyard Museum Oct. 29 will stream live on Facebook.

Museum Elects New Board Officers

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum board of directors announced this week that it has elected a new slate of officers.

Nature Helps Lucy Mitchell Keep Creative Spirit Fresh

Lucy Mitchell's art show is Recollection, at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.

In-Person Classical Music Concert Is a Feast for the Ears

The Island’s first socially-distanced classical music concert took place at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, thrilling an audience that was strictly limited to 25 eager listeners.

From the museum porch, flautist Carol Wincenc and cellist Velléda Miragias played a diverse program that flowed like water into the parched ears of music lovers who sat, in widely-spaced twos and threes, on the lawn below.

Museum Reopens with Timely Installation

The Martha's Vineyard Museum reopens to the public Friday, with admission by timed ticketing.