Museum Exhibit Celebrates Half a Century of The Yard
Calling to mind another nativity story, the Yard, the Island’s incubator for dance performance, was born in a barn.
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Museum Honors Conservation Heroes
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum honored four people earlier this summer with its annual museum medal, which was first awarded in 2009.
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Journey of the Heart for Collector of Island Stories
Linsey Lee first moved full-time to Martha’s Vineyard in the early 1970s, foraging for wild foods, working odd jobs and listening to tall tales from Islanders she met.
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Diversity Summit Looks to Foster Change
Dani Monroe leads the Martha’s Vineyard CDO Summit next week, with a public session at 3 p.m. on August 12.
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Museum Puts Hot Tin Roof Murals Center Stage
Showing scenes of Island life, the Hot Tin Roof murals by Margot Datz now hang at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s Doherty Hall; a dedication and reception is Thursday evening.
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Shaking Hands with Stan Murphy at 100
Stan Murphy at 100, on display through August 21 on the museum’s second floor, joins the earlier Thomas Hart Benton show as one of the museum’s triumphs.
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Stan Murphy Exhibit Opens at the Museum
Stan Murphy’s body of work tells the story of the Island, craggy faced, thick skinned and strong of heart.
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Muskeget Island: A Bellwether for Changing Ecosystems
When Islanders think about beach erosion, grey seals may not be what comes to mind as a leading cause. But seals are top of mind for Crocker Snow.
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Museum Exhibit Uncovers Hard Truths
Titled The Chasm Is Not Closed, a new exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum uses a pair of tributes to the Confederacy to dig deeply into a disturbing chapter in the Island's not too distant past.
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Wampanoag Historian Takes Museum Audience Back in Time
In a presentation entitled The Wampanoag and Noepe as One, historian Darius Coombs took Vineyarders on a journey that stretches back over 12,000 years.
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