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summer events including the panel discussion, “Cape Cod and New York: ‘State of the Arts’” (July 14) and “Come Get Roasted and Smoked with Mark Bittman” (July 18) which is sure to delight anyone—foodie or not—who has enjoyed his cookbooks and New York Times columns. On July 3, kick off the holiday weekend with the Summer Garden Party at Edgewood Farm, a bucolic property acquired by Castle Hill this January. The 7-acre campus, surrounded by the Cape Cod National Seashore in Truro, will host a new artist residency program with studios, outdoor spaces, a “green” printmaking studio, sculpture paths, gardens, walking trails, a culinary kitchen, and more. The workshops, with returning faculty members, include Richard Baker, Joan Snyder, Janet Echelman, Emily Eveleth, Judy Pfaff,

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Michael Kline, Sharon Horvath, Anne Bernays, and Judy Huge. “The Massachusetts Cultural Council has been extremely supportive of this project,” says Cherie Mittenthal, director of the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill. “They have this amazing fund to develop organizations like ours.” If you miss the Summer Garden Party, make sure not to miss the end of summer Gala at Edgewood Farm (August 27). Part artist colony, part vacationer’s delight, Provincetown, just down the road from Truro, is worth a trip to Cape Cod. Its gallery-lined streets bustle with opening receptions on Friday evenings in summer as part of the gallery stroll, a Provincetown tradition. Don’t miss the Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown’s oldest gallery. The gallery represents both emerging and established contemporary artists. This summer’s exhibits include: Print Show/Works on Paper (July 1–28) and New York Society of Women Artists, 1925 (July 29–August 25). The gallery has an East End counterpart, Julie Heller East, and this summer, both spaces will host exciting contemporary exhibits. In addition to new solo and two-person shows every other week, Julie Heller East will showcase the work of Paul Oberst (July 22–August 4) as well as largescale paintings from the estate of Jim Forsberg (August 5–18). As you stroll down Commercial Street, stop by the Provincetown Association and Museum. Established in 1914, this nationally recognized, year-round cultural institution is Cape Cod’s most visited art museum. This summer check out Art of the Garden (June 3– July 31) featuring garden-oriented work from the museum’s permanent collection as well as the annual Secret Garden Tour (July 17). This self-guided tour through the private gardens of East End residences is not to be missed. The museum will host other exhibitions, including: The Outer Cape Art Colony in Portrait, featuring the work of Ray Elman and Norma Holt, (June 17–August 7); Context and Continuity: The Art of William Evaul and the White-Line Print Tradition, (July 1–August 21); David Hilliard: Sum of Our Affections, (July 8–August 28); Views and Vignettes: The Work of Miriam Laufer, (August 12-October 16); David Shainberg: A Life With Color, 1984–1993, (August 26–November 6); and a very popular Members’ 12 x 12 Exhibition and Silent Auction, (August 5–September 24). The museum also presents lectures, readings, and talks throughout the summer, in addi-

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