The Arts

Tap into the rich and vibrant scene in the performing, musical and visual arts.

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Treading the Boards

Nantucket’s 2017 theater season features a compelling mix of new and classic shows from Theatre Workshop of Nantucket and White Heron Theatre Company.



White Heron,...

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Foggy Roots

When you take an award-winning solo snare drummer, a former touring punk rocker, a jazz bassist and a theatrical singer and put them together, you might not expect a reggae band to form.

But that’s just...

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Rebirth at the Artists Association

The Artists Association of Nantucket is in the midst of a renaissance. In July 2015 the nonprofit arts organization opened its new Visual Arts Center on Amelia Drive and was able to nearly double the...

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Victorian Gem

When George Korn and his late partner, artist Richard Kemble, bought the Victorian house at 14 Pleasant St., it was in good condition. As avid cooks, the only major renovation project they deemed important...

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Ted Muehling

I can’t remember exactly when I fell for Ted Muehling’s work, but I know it was when I saw it at his sister Carol’s shop, Patina, on Nantucket.

The first pieces that seduced me were the earrings: little...

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New Kid on the Block

On a hot, breezy day in late July, president and artistic director Lynne Bolton and executive director Michael Kopko stood behind a wide red ribbon just outside the doors to their new theater and held up a...

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Living in Color

“For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been drawn to beautiful things,” writes Gary McBournie in the introduction to “Gary McBournie Living In Color:

A Designer Works Magic With Traditional...

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20 Years of POPS

Imagine having your feet in the sand, listening to an orchestra whose history spans 131 years, enjoying a picnic right by the water and seeing some of the most spectacular fireworks go off once the sun...

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What’s Old is New Again

When the Nantucket Historical Association decided last fall not to hold its annual August Antiques Show in 2016, members of the Antiques Council, which stages the show, quickly got together to see what...

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Traditional Design Never Goes Out of Style

When Mellie and Jim Cooper got married many years ago, they furnished their first home with the best they could afford. That furniture has stood the test of time, moving with them to different homes and...

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