CAMTalks: Exhibition Series The Cultural and Environmental Significance of the Great Marsh
Saturday, March 19
CAM Auditorium, 27 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, MA
Free for members, $10 for non-members.
Livestreamed on Facebook and Vimeo.
with Patricia Hanlon, author of Swimming to the Top of the Tide, Kim Radochia, creator of Heart in the Haystack, and Dr. Danielle Perry, Coastal Resilience Program Director for Mass Audubon
The Great Marsh was a creative catalyst for renowned American artists Fitz Henry Lane (1804-1865) and Martin Johnson Heade (1819-1904). This panel discussion, presented on the first day of a special spotlight exhibit of work by Lane and Heade, will explore the Great Marsh’s cultural and environmental significance. Also on display will be photographs of the marshes of Cape Ann taken by Martha Hale Harvey (1863-1949) and printed by Guggenheim fellowship recipient Anne Rearick.