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When you are done collecting stamps, fill out the form on the last page of this book and give it to an NAC representative at Preservation Hall. You will receive a gift, depending on how many stamps you have, and your name will be entered into our grand prize drawing. Good luck & have fun! 1. Arts Festival Headquarters, Preservation Hall 2. Artists Association of Nantucket (AAN) Workshop

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Just outside of town at 1 Gardner Perry Lane. Take a cab.

Children’s Beach Coffin School Faregrounds Restaurant Mid Island, 27 Faregrounds Rd. Take a cab. First Congregational Church Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery (AAN) LeLanguedoc Restaurant Methodist Church Nantucket Atheneum Nantucket Dreamland Foundation Nantucket Historical Association NISDA Harbor Cottages Quaker Meeting House St. Mary’s Church St. Paul’s Church Theatre Workshop of Nantucket Centre Stage The American Legion Hall Unitarian Meeting House

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Nantucket Arts Festival Friday September 30 Gallery Tour Walk

Historic Downtown

2:30-4pm Preservation Hall, Centre St.

FREE This is an ongoing series of tours offered mid-week during the Arts Festival. Led by a Nantucket Arts Council board member, the tour will include: a narrated walk through historic downtown Nantucket, visits to various art galleries (3-4 per tour), and meetings with gallery directors who will discuss the artists they represent. Please sign up at least 15 minutes prior to tour starting time.

Nantucket Island Arts & Music (NIAM) Chamber Music Benefit Concert

Barbara Podgurski & Greta Feeney

5-6pm, First Congregational Church Soprano Greta Feeney and pianist Barbara Podgurski team up for an awardwinning program of French, German, and English songs that spans three centuries and demonstrates a wide variety of musical styles. This concert will be performed for the Concert Artist Guild at Yamaha Hall in New York City later in October, so don’t miss the opportunity to hear this fabulous recital on Nantucket first!

Nantucket Arts Council’s

Opening Exhibit Reception

6-8pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE An unusual art exhibit reception created for the festival by NAC president, Reggie Levine, and NAC friend, Christie Cure. The exhibit’s theme this year is “Jettisoning the Safe - Delving into the Uncertain.”

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Calendar a signature event by “The thing that makes it special is that it’s really an exhibit that demonstrates freedom of expression, and it is gathering all kinds of artists of different ages and backgrounds,” said Cure. “I think it’s a wonderful expression of the varied community that we live in.” NAC Grant Awards will be announced and given to three leading Nantucket organizations. Please Join us to applaud their efforts!

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

In the Next Room

8:30pm Centre Stage, Downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25. Set in the 1880s at the dawn of the age of electricity and based on the bizarre historical fact that doctors used vibrators to treat ‘hysterical’ women (and some men), the play centers on a doctor and his wife and how his new therapy affects their entire household. In a seemingly perfect, wellto-do Victorian home, proper gentleman and scientist Dr. Givings has innocently invented an extraordinary new device: the vibrator. Adjacent to the doctor’s laboratory, his young and energetic wife tries to tend to their newborn daughter—and wonders exactly what is going on in the next room. When a new “hysterical” patient and her husband bring a wet nurse and their own complicated relationship into the doctor’s home, Dr. and Mrs. Givings must examine the nature of their own marriage, and what it truly means to love someone. Nominated for three Tony Awards in 2010, and the winner of the 2010 Will Glickman Award for Best New Play. “Insightful, fresh and funny, the play is as rich in thought as it is in feeling…one of the most gifted and adventurous American playwrights to emerge in recent years…In the Next Room is a true novelty: a sex comedy designed not for sniggering teenage boys--or grown men who wish they were still sniggering teenage boys--but for adults with open hearts and minds.” —New York Times Nantucket Arts Council’s 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Saturday October 1 Nantucket Arts Council

Art Merit Award Luncheon

11:30am-1:30pm The Faregrounds Restaurant In honor of Paulette Allemand’s contribution to the arts on Nantucket. The luncheon will be held at The Faregrounds Restaurant (her favorite spot). Tickets are $30. Includes lunch. Partial proceeds go towards the NAC Scholarship Fund.

Artists Association of Nantucket

Gyotako Printmaking

10am-4pm Children’s Beach FREE Arts Program “Gyotako.” Fish printmaking activity at the Waterfront Festival at Children’s Beach.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents:

Dance(sing) Movement for 3-5 years 10:30-11:15, I India St.

FREE Please sign in with the Children’s Librarian on the day of class.

Waterfront Festival:

Bob Webb In Concert

1pm Children’s Beach FREE Egan Maritime Institute and ReMain Nantucket have teamed up with many local non-profits to offer this second annual day-long festival at Children’s Beach for the community. The Nantucket Atheneum is sponsoring Bob Webb in Concert at 1:00 p.m. Bob is an internationally acclaimed singer and musician who has devoted

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Calendar a signature event by four decades to the preservation and dissemination of traditional folk music, particularly maritime songs and shanties from the ‘Great Age of Sail,’ 1815-1915. He is also an accomplished instrumental musician, performing on the five-string banjo, concertina, and guitar. Bob is one of fewer than a dozen musicians in North America who performs on the rare MacCann-duet concertina, an instrument once popular in the halcyon days of the British music hall before World War I. From New Zealand to Poland, audiences have gathered to enjoy his authentic sound, and to join with him in singing choruses. His concerts typically include anything and everything, from deepwater ‘shanties’ to Southern Appalachian ballads and fivestring banjo tunes, plus country blues on guitar. Singing’s the thing; all voices are welcome, good, bad or indifferent!

NIAM Chamber Music Benefit Concert

Barbara Podgurski & Greta Feeney 5-6pm, First Congregational Church

(see description on page 2.)

Nantucket Island School of Design and the Arts

Site Installation & Celebration

5-6:30pm 66 Washington St. across from NISDA’s Harbor Cottage Artist Colony Join visiting artist-in-residence sculptor Nantz Comyns in the creation of a FLOCK OF EGRETS site installation at Land Bank Property, 66 Washington St., across from NISDA’s Harbor Cottage Artist Colony. A participatory hands-on event for artists, community, and Arts Festival guests. Drop in or stay to help weaving Nantucket Arts Council’s 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival indigenous reeds (Phragmites communis) into wire and wood armatures to make the Egret Flock come alive! Enjoy hospitality and music at NISDA’s Artist Colony, Harbor Cottage Courtyard, across the street at 71 Washington St. Island artists’ work will be on display during the day. This event is an 8-minute walk from Main St. Rain date: Sunday October 9, 11 AM-3 PM. Call 508-325-6659 for weather update. www.nisda.org

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

In the Next Room 7:30pm Centre Stage

At Methodist Church, Downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25. (see description on page 2.)

Sunday October 2 NAC Studio Tour Drive

11:15am sign up at Preservation Hall, Centre St. Tour departs at 11:30pm FREE Travel out of the downtown area to meet with artists in their studios. A narrated tour, led by a Nantucket Arts Council board member, includes visits to three-four studios. Please sign up at least half hour prior to tour starting time. Approximately 2 hours. Limited seating available.

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Calendar a signature event by Nantucket Community Music Center

Concert: Student Recital

3pm St. Paul’s Church, Fair St. Conducted by Molly Glazier, students performing with a variety of instruments.

Monday October 3 Nantucket Community Music Center

Noon Concert: Broadway Favorites with Sing Along 12 noon Unitarian Church, Orange St. Bob Lehman, vocals, and Diane Lehman, piano, have been performing together and separately at various venues on Nantucket for the last 25 years. Currently they can be seen as the “Bob Lehman Trio,” performing weekends at the Brant Point Grill. Suggested donation for the concerts, which are a benefit for the Unitarian Church, will be $10 at the door.

Nantucket Dreamland Foundation

Young Actors Theater Company

October 3-7, 3:30-5:30pm, with one performance on Saturday, October 8, 11am. Nantucket New School, 15 Nobadeer Farm Rd. Back by popular demand, the Nantucket Dreamland Foundation presents its wildly successful Young Actors Theater Company for the 2011 Arts Festival. If you are between the ages of 5-14, we invite you to join our cast. We will focus on a classic tale that has been adapted for the stage. Through improvisational games and body work, students will learn new and creative ways to harness and focus Nantucket Arts Council’s 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival their individual energy, while simultaneously working as a team to build/decorate the sets, costumes, and props for their show. Students will be organized into three age groups (5-7, 8-10, 11-14) and guided by a group mentor who will lead them through the week’s activities. On the last day of camp, students will present their work for a live audience. Tuition: $35.

Afternoon Artist’s Talk Show Series

1:00-2:15pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Afternoon session of Artists’ Show and Tell. Artists “show” their work and “tell” how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a modern art installation. Refreshments.

Gallery Tour Walk

Historic Downtown

2:30-4pm Preservation Hall, Centre St.

FREE This is an ongoing series of tours offered mid-week during the Arts Festival. Led by a Nantucket Arts Council board member, the tour will include: a narrated walk through historic downtown Nantucket, visits to four art galleries, and meetings with gallery directors who will discuss the artists they represent. Please sign up at least 15 minutes prior to tour starting time.

Evening Artist’s Talk Show Series

6:00-7:15pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Evening session of Artists’ Show and Tell. Artists “show” their work and “tell” how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a modern art installation. Wine and cheese.

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Calendar a signature event by Tuesday October 4 Artists Association of Nantucket

Watercolor Workshop with Edwin Rudd

10am-2pm AAN Workshop at 1 Gardner Perry Lane. For more information and to register in advance, visit nantucketarts.org or call 508-228-0722. Tuition $70.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents:

Dance(sing) Movement

I India St. 10:30-11:10am for 10-24 months 11:30-12:10 for 2-3 years FREE Sign in with the Children’s Librarian. Taught by Marjory Trott.

Afternoon Artist’s Talk Show Series

1:00pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Afternoon session of Artists’ Show and Tell. Artists “show” their work and “tell” how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a modern art installation. Refreshments.

Gallery Tour Walk

Historic Downtown

2:30-4pm Preservation Hall, Centre St.

FREE This is an ongoing series of tours offered mid-week during the Arts Festival. Led by a Nantucket Arts Council board member, the tour will include: a narrated walk through historic downtown Nantucket, visits to four art galleries, and meetings with gallery directors who will discuss the artists they represent. Please sign up at least 15 minutes prior to tour starting time.

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Nantucket Arts Festival Evening Artist’s Talk Show Series 6:30pm Preservation Hall, Centre St.

FREE Evening session of Artists’ Show and Tell. Artists “show” their work and “tell” how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a modern art installation. Wine and cheese.

Wednesday October 5 Artists Association of Nantucket

Exiled On Main Street

Permanent Collection Exhibition: 11am-3pm Coffin School, 4 Winter Street FREE This exhibition is about The Main Street Gallery and the Fabulous Artists from the 1970s, 1980s, and early 1990s. When The Main Street Gallery opened in 1970, it was the beginning of an expansive time, when new artists with modern art sensibilities streamed to the island and shook the foundations of local art tradition. NAC President, Reggie Levine, was there to greet them with open arms.

Afternoon Artist’s Talk Show Series

1:30pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Afternoon session of Artists’ Show and Tell. Artists “show” their work and “tell” how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a modern art installation. Refreshments.

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Calendar a signature event by Gallery Tour Walk

Historic Downtown

2:30-4pm Preservation Hall, Centre St.

FREE This is an ongoing series of tours offered mid-week during the Arts Festival. Led by a Nantucket Arts Council board member, the tour will include: a narrated walk through historic downtown Nantucket, visits to 3-4 art galleries, and meetings with gallery directors who will discuss the artists they represent. Please sign up at least 15 minutes prior to tour starting time.

Artist’s Talk Show Series

6pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Evening session of Artists’ Show and Tell. Artists “show” their work and “tell” how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a modern art installation. Wine and cheese.

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

In the Next Room

8:30pm Centre Stage At Methodist Church, Downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25.

(see description, Page 2.)

Thursday October 6 Afternoon Artist’s Talk Show Series

1:30pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE On-going series: Talk, learn, and be inspired. Refreshments. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Artists Association of Nantucket & Egan Institute Permanent Collection Exhibition:

Exiled On Main Street

2pm Coffin School, 4 Winter Street FREE Guided tour with NAC President, Reggie Levine, and AAN Gallery Director, Bobby Frazier. Story-telling of art & history you will not want to miss!

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

In the Next Room

7:30pm Centre Stage At Methodist Church, Downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25. (see description, page 2.)

NIAM presents: Jazz Benefit Concert

9pm-10pm, First Congregational Church Matthew Hutchinson will perform a program of evocative and lyrical jazz standards from the early 20th century, and will share with the audience his vision of the NIAM Jazz Fest 2012 in an exciting panel discussion alongside festival producer, Jen Laskey.

Friday October 7 Artists Association of Nantucket & Egan Institute Permanent Collection Exhibition:

Exiled On Main Street

11am-3pm Coffin School, 4 Winter Street (see description, page 10.)

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Calendar a signature event by Afternoon Artist’s Talk Show Series 1:30pm Preservation Hall, Centre St.

FREE On-going series: Talk, learn, and be inspired. Refreshments.

Artists Association of Nantucket - Wet Paint Weekend 6-8pm Kick Off Party at Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery FREE Cocktails at the Gallery—open to the public! “Five Scenes” Exhibition Opening Reception, 19 Washington Street.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents: MIME

Robert Rivest, The Stress Management Show

7pm Great Hall FREE The Stress Management Show is a humorous look at the many ways we stress ourselves out. Through comedy, insight, and interaction, Robert Rivest shares his tried-and-true methods of stress reduction. This series of mime stories offers both comic relief and practical stress-relieving techniques. Robert Rivest has the audience entertained and enthralled as he explores how to build concentration, calm the body, and quiet the mind.

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

In the Next Room

8:30pm Centre Stage At Methodist Church, Downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25. (see description, page 2.)

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Nantucket Arts Festival NIAM presents:

Jazz Benefit Concert

9pm-10pm, First Congregational Church Matthew Hutchinson will perform a program of evocative and lyrical jazz standards from the early 20th century, and will share with the audience his vision of the NIAM Jazz Fest 2012 in an exciting panel discussion alongside festival producer, Jen Laskey.

Saturday October 8 Nantucket Community Music Center

19th Annual Pipe Organ Crawl

9:15am-2:00pm Stroll with us through Downtown Nantucket and stop in to hear the island’s six historic pipe organs played to their best advantage by a collection of local and visiting master organists. Also, join us for a light lunch in the garden at St. Paul’s. Don’t miss this unique Nantucket cultural event! Donations accepted. 9:15 Bigelow Organ St. Mary’s Church, Federal St. 10:00 Steere Organ, First Congregational, Centre St 10:30 Roche Organ, First Congregational, Centre St. 11:00 Appleton Organ, Methodist Church, Centre and Main St. 11:30 Hutchings-Votey, Andover Organ, St. Paul’s Fair St 12:00 Noon light lunch in the garden of St. Paul’s Church 1:30 Goodrich Organ, Unitarian Church, Orange St.

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Calendar a signature event by Artists Association of Nantucket Wet Paint Weekend

Coffee and Pastries with the Wet Paint Artists

10am-12 noon Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery FREE 19 Washington Street. Enjoy mingling with Wet Paint Artists and live artist demos. Pick up your self-guided map indicating where artists will be painting throughout the day.

Artists Association of Nantucket & Egan Institute Permanent Collection Exhibition:

Exiled On Main Street

11am-3pm Coffin School, 4 Winter Street (see description, page 10.)

Nantucket Dreamland Foundation presents:

One Day at a Time

Nantucket 24 Nantucketers are invited to take to the streets and beaches, forests and fields equipped with smart phones, Flip-cams, Go-pros and any other HD devices to capture the many faces and spaces of the Grey Lady. Inspired by Day in the Life picture books, and more recently by Kevin Macdonald’s  “Life in a Day”  documentary, “Nantucket 24” will chronicle a single day on Island through the eyes of Nantucketers. The raw footage will be submitted to Nantucket Films, which will edit and score the film to create Nantucket 24–One Day on Island Time. The film will premiere at the Dreamland Theatre in May of 2012. Imagine your smart phone footage stretched 30 feet wide across the Dreamland Theatre screen. What better way to celebrate its opening season than to be part of the story! For information on submitting imagery, visit nantucketdreamland.org. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival The Nantucket Atheneum presents:

Doomed Tower at Sea

7pm, Great Hall FREE Produced and directed by Paul G. Sanderson III of Our Town Films, Inc., “Doomed Tower at Sea” is a ninety-minute documentary special on the tragic story of an Air Force radar platform built 80 miles off the coast of New Jersey during the Cold War. One of several radar platforms constructed off the northeastern coast of the United States, including Cape Cod and Nantucket, the New Jersey tower collapsed during a storm in the winter of 1961 killing all aboard. The radar platforms were constructed during the height of the Cold War with Russia and were used to watch the skies for spy planes. Originally broadcast on the History Channel, viewers called it riveting and beautifully crafted. The film was awarded a Crystal Award of Excellence and a Telly Award. Paul Sanderson will be present to introduce the film and lead a Q&A with the audience.

Nantucket Historical Association and Theatre Workshop Nantucket present:

The Crucible

7pm, doors open at 6:30pm Quaker Meeting House, 7 Fair Street $25 per person

The NHA and Theatre Workshop Nantucket (TWN) celebrate theater arts and the spoken word when costumed actors present a dramatic reading of The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s stirring play about the Salem witch trials.

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Calendar a signature event by Set in 1692 in the tumultuous environment of rural Salem Village — a community riddled by conspiracy, fear, and Puritan brimstone — Miller’s play explores a crisis of conscience when an accusation of witchcraft unravels the fabric of a small town. Will John Proctor falsely admit guilt to alleviate his suffering on earth, or will he maintain his honor and safeguard his eternal soul? Directed by Lynne Bolton, this lively reading is presented in partnership with Theatre Workshop Nantucket in the NHA’s atmospheric and historic Quaker Meeting House. For tickets, visit theatreworkshop.com, or call (508) 228-4305.

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

In the Next Room,

7:30pm, Centre Stage At Methodist Church, Downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25. (see description, page 2.)

NIAM Presents: Jazz Benefit Concert

9pm-10pm, First Congregational Church Matthew Hutchinson will perform a program of evocative and lyrical jazz standards from the early 20th century, and will share with the audience his vision of the NIAM Jazz Fest 2012 in an exciting panel discussion alongside festival producer, Jen Laskey. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2011 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Sunday October 9 Nantucket Historical Association and Theatre Workshop Nantucket present:

The Crucible

3pm, doors open at 2:30pm Quaker Meeting House, 7 Fair Street

$25 per person. For tickets, visit theatreworkshop.com, or call (508) 228-4305.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents:

Play, Ernest Hemingway

3pm Great Hall FREE Richard Clark presents his play Life, Language and the Pursuit of Happiness: Ernest Hemingway Alive! - the remarkable rough-and-tumble life of a literary giant. Clark is an actor with over thirty years of experience in New England regional theater, New York theater, and television. He is a graduate of Clark University and studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Art, The Actor’s Connection, and the Actor’s Loft in New York City. His Keeping History Alive series brings historical figures such as Mark Twain, Andrew Carnegie, Clarence Darrow, John Barrymore, Ernest Hemingway, and William Shakespeare back to life. His shows are based on biographies, autobiographies, personal letters, books, and the works of various playwrights.

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Calendar a signature event by The Nantucket Atheneum presents:

Terry Pommett Film: “Chinatowns”

4:30pm Great Hall FREE Nantucket Photographer Terry Pommett presents a muti-media travelogue. Pommett, who spent a month in China in the winter of 2011, uses photography, videography, and music to bring his journey to life.

Artists Association of Nantucket Wet Paint Weekend

Wet Paint Auction

4pm Preview, 5-6pm Live Auction. FREE American Legion Hall, 21 Washington Street Join us for our ever-popular Wet Paint Auction. The live auction features fifty wet, fresh-off-the-easel pieces by Nantucket’s finest artists. Rafael Osona dons his rubber gloves and starts the live auction at 5:00 p.m. sharp. The live auction is free, open to the public.

Artists Association of Nantucket Wet Paint Weekend

Wet Paint Dinner at Le Languedoc

6:15pm Immediately following the Wet Paint Live Auction. Immediately following the Live Auction, the fun continues at the Wet Paint Auction Benefit Dinner. A seated dinner at Le Languedoc, the evening features the Artists’ Quarterboard silent auction, great food, and good company. It is the perfect ending to the Arts Festival! To purchase $250 tickets in advance, please visit our website at www.nantucketarts.org or call 508-228-0722. MEDIA SPONSOR

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1930 marked the beginning of the Nobby Clothes Shop. This landmark business has been under the management and supervision of the Levine family for the last three generations. The Nobby Clothes Shop is devoted to bringing the Nantucket Island community and visitors quality merchandise and brand name products at realistic prices.

The Nobby Clothes Shop 17 Main Street, 508-228-1030

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Judith A. Brust Studio by appointment 508-228-9929 galleryblue.com Also exhibiting monoprints at The Gallery 35 Main Street Nantucket Photo: Jeff Allen

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The Nantucket Arts Council is a non�profit organization that supports and encourages a collaborative community of the visual, performing, and literary arts through education, grants, scholarships, and events. Dear Art Lovers, Join us and become a contributing partner in an organization that for 38 years has been a tireless advocate for the arts on Nantucket. The Council, a committed group of like-minded people, is aware of the importance of a viable and lively cultural scene, and of the positive and life-enhancing effect it has within a community. Another important and much thought-about concern of the Council is ways to support, encourage, and possibly even inspire the extraordinary reserve of talent living and working on the Island. We are so much richer, if we can acknowledge and embrace the working community of creative people living here as our neighbors and co-workers. Their infectious enthusiasm, vitality, and boundless energy is a source waiting to be tapped. We hope that you will join the Council and become a partner in our effort to see that the arts remain an active, life-enhancing force within our Island community.

Reggie Levine, President


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