The Arts

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

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An Artist’s Way: Nell van Vorst

NELL VAN VORST didn’t envision a career as an artist, but the path her life has taken draws on inspiration from Nantucket’s natural world.

“I had no idea that I would end up doing this. I really didn’t....

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East Meets West

Since arriving on Nantucket in 2005 with her mother and stepfather, Yin and Brian Fitzgibbon, JUNYI WANG has made a name for herself. The mainland Chinese immigrant is an accomplished classical pianist on...

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Nantucket Arts Festival

After a one-year hiatus, the NANTUCKET ARTS FESTIVAL, a celebration of the visual, performing and literary arts 30 miles out to sea, returns to the island SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 9


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Five Emerging Artists

Meet Nantucket’s next generation of creative talent.


Growing up in a family where the arts are not only venerated, but practiced daily, can’t help but have an...

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Designing Woman

Leslie Linsley’s mother was a dress designer. One of her grandfathers was an architect. The other was an artist.

With that lineage, it’s no surprise that the woman whose name is synonymous with...

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Fall Fashions

Up on the roof of the Nantucket Historical Association’s Whaling Museum, which has an elegant ambiance and gorgeous views of the harbor and beyond, five college students dress for a night on the town...

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On Exhibit

After a nine-month slumber, the island has embraced summer’s splendor, with warmer temperatures, greener grass and crowds of people here to enjoy its classic architecture and special charms. While many...

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An Art Colony Treasure

The house at 8 Howard St. known as Greater Light, a property of the Nantucket Historical Association, was a summer home and art studio created in the 1930s by Gertrude and Hanna Monaghan, two Quaker...

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The Designing World Of Eliza Silva

In the 1920s it was just a beachside shack where one could get a snack without changing out of their bathing suit. Most old-time Nantucket summer residents include lunch at The Galley at Cliffside Beach...

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Literary Ladies

Recently recognized by The New York Times as two of this year’s best-selling authors, island writers Nancy Thayer and Elin Hilderbrand each released new books this year that seamlessly blend love, loss and...

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