The Arts

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

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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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Good As Gold

Nantucket is a jewelry-lover’s mecca.

With an abundance of glittering accessories filling up the display windows of numerous downtown storefronts, it can be hard for island jewelry designers to stand out...

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Three Artists For August


Before long-time Nantucket resident and artist John Devaney begins a new work, he first takes a careful look at his surroundings and then paints from a point of view that may be overlooked...

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Lights. Camera. Action

The annual festival devoted to celebrating the art of screenwriting has added an extra day this year, opening on Wednesday and running through Sunday, when it will close with Vera Farmiga’s directorial...

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Laura Gallagher Byrne passes love for theater on to children

Laura Gallagher Byrne first arrived on Nantucket 22 years ago, hired by the now-defunct company Musicana to work as a singing waitress at the Harbor House restaurant.

"We would wait tables, and then...

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Artists Association of Nantucket

Since the founding days of the Artists Association of Nantucket, the organization has focused on promoting the arts on the island, but its passion has always been the artists who call these shores home. more

Portrait of an Artist

To John Lochtefeld, art has been a way of life for more than seven decades. As a young child, he would draw all the time on just about everything, and now 76, he continues that passion working from his...

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Harbor Gallery

Some of Kathy Kelliher’s earliest and fondest memories are of a small shell-lined piece of the waterfront known as Old South Wharf.

The long wharf is home to many a fine sailboat, charter fishing boat...

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Katie Trinkle Legge

Growing up, Katie Trinkle Legge was an Army brat, moving from town to town as her father pursued a military career. But there was always one place she could call home: her grandfather’s house in upstate...

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