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Let us know how we are doing! Please give us feedback on the form inside the back cover and it will be entered into our grand prize drawing. Good luck & have fun! 1. Arts Festival Center, Preservation Hall 11 Centre St - Upstairs. 2. Artists Association of Nantucket (AAN) Workshop

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Farmer’s Market Greater Light - 8 Howard St First Congregational Church Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery LeLanguedoc Restaurant Theatre Workshop of Nantucket / Methodist Church Nantucket Atheneum Dreamland Theater Nantucket Historical Association Whaling Museum NISDA Harbor Cottages Quaker Meeting House St. Mary’s Church St. Paul’s Church The American Legion Hall Unitarian Meeting House

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Nantucket Arts Festival Friday September 28

Nantucket Arts Council presents: 1

Nantucket Arts Festival Opening & Exhibit Reception

6-8pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE (suggested donation of $10). Celebrate the Arts Festival kick-off with the community show premiere. Enjoy wine, music and art at this unusual exhibit curated by Nantucket Arts Council President, Reggie Levine, along with Nantucket Arts Council board members Mary Emery and Tara Young. The exhibit title this year is: “Scanning A Myriad of Possibilities: Postulating the Unpredictable.” “The idea behind this exhibition is to concentrate on those areas in the visual arts not often seen and featured in most galleries on the island, to focus on those artists who are willing and eager to take chances and explore new ways of seeing, and to applaud and encourage those artists who have shifted direction from what was a safe though successful expression to a more adventuresome and risk taking manner.” - Reggie Levine. Please join us to applaud their efforts!

Nantucket Historical Association presents: 12

Walden Chamber Players

7pm Whaling Museum, 13 Broad St. Tickets: $10 for members / $20 for non-members Get an early start to the Nantucket Arts Festival! The musicians of the Walden Chamber Players return to the Whaling Museum for a masterful performance of

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Calendar a signature event by richly textured and stirring chamber music. The evening’s concert features Bolcom’s Fairy Tales for viola, cello, and double bass as well as Schubert’s Piano Quintet “Trout”; Adagio and Rondo Concertante in A major, D.667.

Nantucket Dreamland Theater presents: 11

Art Film Series - Pollock

8pm, Dreamland Theater, every night thru October 3 Tickets $10 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/Students, time subject to change. As partners in the Nantucket Arts Festival, the Dreamland will host a series of films that celebrate the work and lives of artists. Full descriptions & ticket available online at nantucketdreamland.org. 9/28 Pollock (2000) Tells the story of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) 9/29 Frida (2002) Chronicles the life Frida Kahlo shared unflinchingly and openly with Diego Rivera, as the young couple took the art world by storm. 9/30 Who the #$&% is Jackson Pollock? (2006) This documentary follows Teri Horton, and a forensics specialist to prove ownership of a true Jackson Pollock. 10/1 Basquiat (1996) Tells the story of the meteoric rise of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. 10/2 Beautiful Darling (2010) Story of Candy Darling who was a fixture in the New York off-broadway scene in the 60s. A prominent personality in Warhol’s circle, she influenced contemporary artists Madonna, David Bowie and Lou Reed. 10/3 Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (2011) is the inside story of a dissident for the digital age who inspires global audiences and blurs the boundaries of art and politics. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2012 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Friday September 28 continued

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents: 9

The Cherry Orchard

7:30pm Methodist Church, downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25, available at theatreworkshop.com. Details on page 6.

Saturday September 29

Artists Association of Nantucket presents: 3

Kids Capture the Spirit of the Market!

9am-1pm Farmers Market FREE Arts Program for children of all ages! Kids can stop by our table to create artwork that expresses their vision of the Market. Possible mediums include: pastels, watercolors, and more! These drawings and paintings will decorate the Sustainable Nantucket office and website, along with their holiday and thank you cards. 

Nantucket Island School of Design and Art presents: 13

Art-in-Environment Installations .

1-3pm 66 Washington St across from NISDA’s Harbor Cottage Artist Colony FREE Come see an Art-in-Environment Installation and be a part of the Nature Printing Community Arts Workshop:  Floral and Fish Art!  The Sculpture Installations expresses the spectrum of natural to recycled material resources. Join visiting artist-in-residence sculptor Nantz Comyns in the creation of a FLOCK OF EGRETS, a site installation at Land Bank Property, 66 Washington St. This is a

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Calendar a signature event by participatory hands-on event for artists, community, and Arts Festival guests. Drop in or stay to help weave indigenous reeds (Phragmites communis) into wire and wood armatures to make the Egret Flock come alive! Crafted entirely from recycled objects. Call 508-325-6659 for weather update.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents:

Manhattan Short Film Festival 10

7-9pm Atheneum Great Hall, 1 India St. Tickets: $10 / $8 for students and seniors. An extraordinary global film festival takes place September 28th to October 7th when over 100,000 people in cities across six continents gather for one purpose - to view and vote for their favorite short film in the Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. The ten finalist films will be presented and viewers will be asked to vote for the one short film they think should win. The winner will be announced Sunday, October 7th. The festival’s mission is to unite audiences from all corners of the globe for one week via the most compelling short films submitted each year. The festival has partnered with cinemas in Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, South America, and North America, including venues in all fifty of the United States. MANHATTAN SHORT is your chance to see the next generation of filmmakers from around the world. Over the past ten years, six of MANHATTAN SHORT films have been nominated for Oscars in the short film category. Tickets available at nantucketatheneum.org. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2012 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Saturday September 29 continued

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents:

The Cherry Orchard

7:30pm Methodist Church, downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25, available at theatreworkshop.com. Gregory Stroud’s new translation and adaptation of Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard. The play, set in the 1970’s summer colony of Nantucket, follows the rise and fall of the summer season with the Reynals, and a colorful variety of hangers-on, as they come to terms with the impending loss of their family summer “cottage.” The Theatre Workshop production re-imagines Chekhov’s classic comedy as a reckoning between island natives and the seasonal upper-class, between love and the burdens of the past, all in Lily Pulitzer, vintage Yves Saint Laurent, and Madras pants. Stroud’s new adaptation is timely, faithful, heartfelt, and wickedly funny. It is a love letter for a generation which came of age in the 1970s and a parable of sustainability for their children. Directed by Anne Breeding and Gregory Stroud, the Cherry Orchard is the quintessential island story.

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Nantucket Dreamland Theater presents: 11

Art Film Series - Frida

8pm, Dreamland Theater Tickets $10 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/ Students. Chronicles the life Frida Kahlo shared unflinchingly and openly with Diego Rivera, as the young couple took the art world by storm. Details & tickets at nantucketdreamland.org

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Calendar a signature event by Sunday September 30 Nantucket Arts Council and Nantucket Island School of Design presents: 1

Nantucket Arts Festival Studio Tour Drive 11:00am 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. This narrated tour, led by a Nantucket Arts Council board member, includes visits to three or four studios. Approximately 2 hours. Early sign-up is encouraged as seating is limited. Sign-up at least half hour prior to tour starting time.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents: 10

David Poland Concert

3pm, Atheneum Great Hall, 1 India St. FREE Nantucket’s favorite fiddler, Dave Poland, returns with his Delaware Trio Deluxe for an afternoon of great American music. Enjoy everything from swing to cowboy songs to bluegrass classics.

Photographer: Greg Hinson, MD. Arts Festival Limited Edition Posters signed by the artist. 11x17” printed on recycled 100lb dull cover with matt finish. ONLY $30! Your purchase benefits NAC’s future art festivals. Available at Preservation Hall and online at nantucketartscouncil.org

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Nantucket Arts Festival Sunday September 30 continued

Nantucket Historical Association presents: 12

Walden Chamber Players

12pm noon - 1pm Whaling Museum, 13 Broad St. FREE for members or with Whaling Museum admission Join us for an afternoon all-ages concert performed by the world renowned musicians of the Walden Chamber Players. This special afternoon event will feature Walden’s piano quintet and will include Bottesini’s Gran Duo Concertante, “Morning at Brant Point” for viola and cello composed by Carson Cooman, Gernot Wolfgang’s piano quartet, Metamorphosis, and Mark O’Connor’s Appalachia Waltz/Chief Sitting in the Rain.

Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents: 9

The Cherry Orchard

3pm Methodist Church, downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25, available at theatreworkshop.com. Details on page 6.

Nantucket Dreamland Theater presents: 11

Art Film Series - Who the #$&% is Jackson Pollock?

8pm, Dreamland Theater Tickets $10 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/Student. This documentary follows Teri Horton, and a forensics specialist to prove ownership of a true Jackson Pollock. Visit nantucketdreamland.org for more info.

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Calendar a signature event by Monday October 1 Nantucket Arts Council presents: 1

Artisan’s Talk Show Series

1-2pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE An afternoon session of artisans’ presentations. Artists, designers, and innovative thinkers share how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a contemporary art exhibit. Refreshments provided. Check nantucketartscouncil.org for updates on scheduled speakers and topics to be discussed.

The Nantucket Atheneum presents: 10

Author Talk, Peter Brace: Nantucket, a Natural History

7pm, Atheneum Great Hall, 1 India St. FREE Learn about the natural history of Nantucket, Tuckernuck, and Muskeget Islands from their infancy as hills on the coastal plain through present day.

Artist: Stephen Pitliuk Arts Festival Limited Edition Posters signed by the artist. 11x17” printed on recycled 100lb dull cover with matt finish. ONLY $30! Your purchase benefits NAC’s future art festivals. Available at Preservation Hall and online at nantucketartscouncil.org

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Nantucket Arts Festival Monday October 1 continued

Nantucket Historical Association & Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents: 4

Highlights from Romeo & Juliet

Doors open at 6pm, Performance at 6:30pm Greater Light, 8 Howard St. Tickets $25, available at theatreworkshop.com. Seats are limited. Join us in one of Nantucket’s most beautiful historic homes for an intimate evening of interactive theater featuring William Shakespeare’s immortal tragedy of love and violence. The world’s greatest love story set against a background of conflict and hatred of feuding families and deep social prejudice, Romeo and Juliet is truly one the Bard’s most magnificent masterpieces and a love poem to English literature.  Directed by Meredith Martin.

Nantucket Dreamland Theater presents: 11

Art Film Series - Basquiat

8pm, Dreamland Theater Tickets $10 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/Students. Basquiat tells the story of the meteoric rise of youthful artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. Starting out as a street artist, living in Thompkins Square Park in a cardboard box, Jean-Michel is “discovered” by Andy Warhol’s art world and becomes a star. But success has a high price, and Basquiat pays with friendship, love, and eventually, his life. Details and tickets at nantucketdreamland.org.

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Calendar a signature event by Tuesday October 2

Nantucket Arts Council presents: 1

Artisan’s Talk Show Series

1-2pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE An afternoon session of artisans’ presentations. Artists, designers, innovative thinkers share how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a contemporary art exhibit. Refreshments provided. Check nantucketartscouncil.org for updates on scheduled speakers and topics to be discussed.

Nantucket Historical Association & Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents: 4

Highlights from Romeo & Juliet

Doors open at 6pm, Performance at 6:30pm Greater Light, 8 Howard Street. Tickets $25. Seats are limited. See details on page 10.

Nantucket Dreamland Theater presents: 11

Art Film Series - Beautiful Darling

8pm, Dreamland Theater Tickets $10 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/Students. Story of Candy Darling who was a fixture in the New York off-broadway scene in the 60s. A prominent personality in Warhol’s circle, she influenced contemporary artists Madonna, David Bowie and Lou Reed. Details and tickets at nantucketdreamland.org. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2012 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Wednesday October 3

Nantucket Arts Council presents: 1

Artisan’s Talk Show Series

1-2pm & 6-7pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Afternoon & evening session of artisans’ presentations. Artists, designers innovative thinkers share how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a contemporary art exhibit. Refreshments provided. Check nantucketartscouncil.org for updates on scheduled speakers and topics to be discussed.

Nantucket Dreamland Theater presents: 11

Art Film Series - Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry 8pm, Dreamland Theater Tickets $10 for Adults and $8 for Seniors/Students. This is the inside story of a dissident for the digital age who inspires global audiences and blurs the boundaries of art and politics. Details and tickets at nantucketdreamland.org.

Thursday October 4

Nantucket Arts Council presents 1

Artisan’s Talk Show Series

1-2pm 1-2pm & 6-7pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE Afternoon & evening session of artisans’ presentations. Artists, designers,

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Calendar a signature event by innovative thinkers share how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a contemporary art exhibit. Refreshments provided. Check nantucketartscouncil.org for updates on scheduled speakers and topics to be discussed.

Friday October 5 Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents: 9

The Cherry Orchard

7:30pm Methodist Church, downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25, available at theatreworkshop.com. Gregory Stroud’s new translation and adaptation of Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard. The play, set in the 1970’s summer colony of Nantucket, follows the rise and fall of the summer season with the Reynals, and a colorful variety of hangers-on, as they come to terms with the impending loss of their family summer “cottage.” The Theatre Workshop production re-imagines Chekhov’s classic comedy as a reckoning between island natives and the seasonal upper-class, between love and the burdens of the past, all in Lily Pulitzer, vintage Yves Saint Laurent, and Madras pants. Stroud’s new adaptation is timely, faithful, heartfelt, and wickedly funny. It is a love letter for a generation which came of age in the 1970s and a parable of sustainability for their children. Directed by Anne Breeding and Gregory Stroud, The Cherry Orchard is the quintessential island story. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2012 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Friday October 5 continued

Nantucket Arts Council presents: 1

Artisan’s Talk Show Series

1-2pm Preservation Hall, Centre St. FREE An afternoon session of artisans’ presentations. Artists, designers, innovative thinkers share how they got started and how they create. Talk, learn, and be inspired in a casual setting within a contemporary art exhibit. Refreshments provided. Check nantucketartscouncil.org for updates scheduled speakers and topics to be discussed.

Nantucket Arts Council and Nantucket Island School of Design presents: 1

Nantucket Arts Festival Studio Tour Drive 2:45pm sign up at Preservation Hall, Centre St. Tour departs at 3:15pm

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. Approximately 2 hours. Early sign-up is encouraged as seating is limited. Sign-up at least half hour prior to tour starting time.

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Calendar a signature event by Artists Association of Nantucket presents: 7

Water, Water Everywhere Exhibit

6-8pm Wet Paint Weekend Kick Off Party at Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery, 19 Washington St. FREE Exhibit reception—open to the public!

The Nantucket Atheneum presents: 10

Manhattan Short Film Festival

7-9pm, Atheneum Great Hall, 1 India St. Tickets $10 / $8 for students and seniors. An extraordinary global film festival takes place September 28th to October 7th when over 100,000 people in cities across six continents gather for one purpose - to view and vote for their favorite short film in the Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. The ten finalist films will be presented and viewers will be asked to vote for the one short film they think should win. The winner will be announced Sunday, October 7th. The festival’s mission is to unite audiences from all corners of the globe for one week via the most compelling short films submitted each year. The festival has partnered with cinemas in Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, South America, and North America, including venues in all fifty of the United States. MANHATTAN SHORT is your chance to see the next generation of filmmakers from around the world. Over the past ten years, six of MANHATTAN SHORT films have been nominated for Oscars in the short film category. Tickets available at nantucketatheneum.org. Nantucket Arts Council’s 2012 ARTS FESTIVAL

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Nantucket Arts Festival Saturday October 6 Nantucket Community Music Center presents:

21st Annual Pipe Organ Crawl

9:15am-1pm FREE Donations support this program and maintenance of the organs. 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. Don’t miss this unique Nantucket cultural event! Donations accepted. 15 9:15am Bigelow Organ St. Mary’s Church, Federal St. 6 10:00am Steere Organ, First Congregational, Centre St. 6 10:30am Roche Organ, Vestry at the First Congregational, Centre St. - Brief pause 9 11:30am Appleton Organ, Methodist Church, Centre and Main St. 19 12:00pm Goodrich Organ, Unitarian Church, Orange St. 16 12:30pm Hutchings-Votey, Andover Organ, St. Paul’s Fair St.

Artists Association of Nantucket presents: 7

Coffee and Pastries with the Wet Paint Artists

10am-12pm Joyce and Seward Johnson Gallery. 19 Washington St. FREE 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.

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Calendar a signature event by Theatre Workshop of Nantucket presents: 9

The Cherry Orchard

7:30pm Methodist Church, downstairs at 2 Centre St. Tickets $25, available at theatreworkshop.com. Also available this Sunday at 3pm. Gregory Stroud’s new translation and adaptation of Chekhov’s Cherry Orchard. The play, set in the 1970’s summer colony of Nantucket, follows the rise and fall of the summer season with the Reynals, and a colorful variety of hangers-on, as they come to terms with the impending loss of their family summer “cottage.” The Theatre Workshop production re-imagines Chekhov’s classic comedy as a reckoning between island natives and the seasonal upper-class, between love and the burdens of the past, all in Lily Pulitzer, vintage Yves Saint Laurent, and Madras pants. Stroud’s new adaptation is timely, faithful, heartfelt, and wickedly funny. It is a love letter for a generation which came of age in the 1970s and a parable of sustainability for their children. Directed by Anne Breeding and Gregory Stroud, The Cherry Orchard is the quintessential island story.

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Nantucket Arts Festival Saturday October 6 continued

The Nantucket Atheneum presents: 10

Bennett & Perkins Concert

7pm, Atheneum Great Hall, 1 India St. FREE From the White Mountains of New Hampshire comes a unique blend of harmonies and guitars from the duo of Kathy Bennett and Thom Perkins. The pair performs a startling array of original songs with powerful lyrics and melodies, coupled with exceptionally strong vocals and guitar playing. The duo released their CD entitled The Kitchen Music Sessions in 2010 and are currently working on their second CD to be released in 2012.

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Wet Paint Auction

5-6pm Live Auction. American Legion Hall, 21 Washington Street FREE 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.

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Calendar a signature event by Artists Association of Nantucket presents: 8

Wet Paint Dinner at Le Languedoc

6:30pm 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’ winebox silent auction, great food, and good company. It is the perfect ending to the Arts Festival! Tickets sell out in advance, please visit www.nantucketarts.org or call 508-228-0722 to make reservations.

Nantucket Arts Festival Center

Exhibit closes at 12 noon with Grand Prize Drawing. Stay in touch with us for our 40 year celebration in 2013! www.nantucketartscouncil.org

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Naturally Elegant Seaside Retreats

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Judith A Brust Studio by Appointment

508 228-9929 galleryblue. com also exhibiting

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Celebrating the arts, crafts and a timeless tradition of handwoven textiles on the island since 1968. 51 Main Street, Nantucket, MA 508-228-1908

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Wet PaiNt WeekeNd OctOber 5-7, 2012

Friday, October 5, 6pm - Exhibition Opening Reception Saturday, October 6, 10-Noon - Coffee with the Wet Paint Artists Sunday, October 7, 5pm - Wet Paint Live Auction Wet Paint Benefit dinner, 6:30pm at Le Languedoc For more information visit nantucketarts.org or call 508-228-0722 Nantucket Arts Council’s 2012 ARTS FESTIVAL 23


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 39 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 coworkers. 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 efforts to see that the arts remain an active, life-enhancing force within our Island community.

Reggie Levine, President Nantucket Arts Council


THANK YOU FOR JOINING US IN CELEBRATING THE ARTS ON NANTUCKET!!

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