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

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.

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Museum Reopens with Timely Installation
The Martha's Vineyard Museum reopens to the public Friday, with admission by timed ticketing.
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Museum Medals Honor Vineyarders Who Give Back
Aaron Wilson
This year’s recipients of the Martha's Vineyard Museum medals are Skip Finley, Juliana Germani and Steve Bernier. They were presented with their medals at a ceremony earlier this week.
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Following the Path of History at the Thomas Cooke House
Maia Coleman
For three years now, the museum has been hard at work restoring the historic Thomas Cooke house property, the site of its original campus, as a public green-space and satellite campus.
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Museum Reopens Quietly and With Intention
Maia Coleman
The museum reopened its grounds to the public on Friday for the first time since the pandemic hit, but the fanfare will have to wait.
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Museum Campus Opening Announced
The Martha's Vineyard Museum reopens its campus to the public July 3, with free admission five days a week.
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Museum Executive Director Will Leave
Julia Wells
Phil Wallis, who moved to the Vineyard in 2016 to take over the top post at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum will step down, museum leaders said in a press release.
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Islanders, Make History
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum invites Islanders to share their stories of history in the making so that future generations will know what it was like to be here during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Making Art Anchored in Darkness of War
Sam Low
Steve Maxner’s new exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum combines stunningly beautiful assemblages of shell and sea wrack with his experience in the Vietnam War to create an explosion of emotion.
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Vineyard Voices Three: Island Stories By Those Who Lived Them
Louisa Hufstader
When it comes to Martha’s Vineyard stories, Linsey Lee literally wrote the book with Vineyard Voices: Words, Faces and Voices of Island People.
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