What would jazz, a musical art form, look like if it was sculpted into a concrete object? Jack Greene, painter and a sculptor, suggests an answer...
Vineyard Comedy Fest The stage is set this summer for the second annual Knock-Knock production’s Martha’s Vineyard Comedy Fest, a...
This weekend, the A Gallery in Vineyard Haven introduces a pair of contemporary Island painters, Lily Morris and Billy Hoff, in new show featuring...
Pottery, Soup and Music This weekend Feathersone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs is holding its third annual Potters Bowl with guest...
wynton marsalis
Pictures by Ray Ewing Wynton Marsalis, the jazz composer, band leader and trumpet player, brought his quintet to the Tabernacle in Oak...
The Martha’s Vineyard team of the American Red Cross, Cape Cod and Islands Chapter will host a fundraiser on Tuesday, August 21 at Black...
Diplomacy and Iran On Thursday, August 23, Alan Dershowitz will give a talk at the Hebrew Center entitled Is J Street’s Position on...
Stagestruck The Orleans Arena Theater on Cape Cod wasn’t the first summer stock theater, but it was the first “in the round” theater...
Poetry Reading The last literary event of the summer at the West Tisbury Library is a joint poetry reading with part-time resident...
harlem dance
Dance Theatre Breaks Down Barriers Dance Theatre of Harlem was founded in 1969. At the time it was comprised of African American...
Creative Drama Grants Phyllis Vecchia Creative Drama has been awarded grants from the Martha’s Vineyard Center for the Visual Arts and...
music
Chamber Music Concert The Russians are back! Grammy-nominated St. Petersburg String Quartet will close the 42nd season of the Chamber...

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Arts Briefs

Selected Island artists will exhibit at the Feldman Family Artspace of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center beginning April 13.

Decoy carver Chris Murphy shares the process of creating duck decoys at a two-part carving workshop held at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.

The West Tisbury library will host an artist reception for photographer Max Skjoldebrand on Sunday, March 15, at 3 p.m.

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