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September 09, 2009

"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." -- Mahatma Gandhi

September is Arts Month in Lowell

"The Big Dog Show" Comes to Lowell

Sixth Annual New England Culture Fest

Major JAM 'n Brew and BBQ Festival: This Weekend!

The Last Days of Mickey and Jeanaaa

Nudes of the World

Claire Elizabeth Barratt & Patrick Pierce Show

Studio Fall Monoprint Workshop
Lowell's Longest Running Public Event

"What's Your Story?" at the Revolving Museum

"The Witching Hour" at Lowell's Second Wind Café

The Music Industry is Explored Through Film ...

New England Quilt Museum to Auction Quilt

Bold Abstracts & Gelatin Silver Prints Contrasting Exhibition at Centro Restaurant

Lowell Poetry Network @ 119 Gallery

How to Successfully Revise a Poem Facilitated by Tom Daley
Book Launch "Al Bouchard: The Fogg"
"Herding Cats" at the Brush Art Gallery & Studios

Cambridge Art Assocation Festival

Artist Fellowship Program Guidelines

Volunteer for the 2nd Annual Massachusetts Poetry Festival


Calls to Artists

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September is Arts Month in Lowell

Celebrate "Arts Month" in Lowell with a variety of public performances and art events including live theater, poetry, film, music, and more! Highlights include:

  • Lowell Open Studios and Arts Festival / Sept. 26 & 27
  • Dale Rogers' The Big Dog Show / Sept. 10 - 15
  • "Flings and Eros" at Merrimack Repertory Theater
  • Special performances at 119 Gallery
  • New England Culture Fest / Sept. 12

Visit http://www.cultureiscool.org/arts-month for a full lineup of events taking place throughout September.

"The Big Dog Show" Comes to Lowell

The City of Lowell welcomes award-winning metal sculptor Dale Rogers and "The Big Dog Show," a temporary public art exhibition of 8-foot high by 10-foot long American Dog sculptures. All are invited to encounter this gathering of 20 compelling, larger-than-life sculptures that are accessible to everyone! New England's largest solo sculpture exhibit represents more than two years of planning and creation and is part of Rogers' broader vision to launch a 100-dog traveling exhibition through eight major US cities in partnership with a growing roster of corporate and non-profit sponsors.

Enjoy the following "THE BIG DOG SHOW" events, free and open to the public:

"The Big Dog Show" Reception & "Big Hot Dog" BBQ Celebration
Wed., Sept. 9, 5 - 7 pm
UMass Lowell South Quad on the University Gallery patio
Raffle prizes! Free and open to the public! (wheelchair accessible). Free parking is available across the street from the McGauvran Student Union.

Meet & Greet with Dale Rogers at Jack Kerouac Park, Lowell
10am - 5pm daily

A Conversation with the Artist
Thur., Sept. 10, 12:30pm
Jack Kerouac Park, Bridge Street, Lowell
Fri., Sept. 11, 6 - 8pm
Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Avenue, Lowell

"Mutt Strutt Parade"
Sat., Sept.12, 10am - 12pm
Jack Kerouac Park, Bridge Street, Lowell
Calling all dogs and their owners -- bring your pup and strut your stuff! All are invited to meet and greet local canines and their friends!

For details on the Lowell visit of "The Big Dog Show," go to: http://www.dalerogersstudio.com or http://www.thebigdogshow.com.

Sixth Annual New England Culture Fest

In an exciting fusion of film, music, fashion, world culture, and fair trade advocacy, The Sixth Annual New England Culture Fest returns to the Arts District of historic downtown Lowell (Enterprise Bank Lots across from 172 Middle Street).

Attractions include:

  • World Music: Gokh-Bi System (West African Hip Hop), Mighty Mystic (Reggae), Losst Unnown (Break dancing), DJ Extravaganza with Adam Gibbons (Uhuru Afrika), DJ Bruno (Utopia) Bradford James (SEED) and DJ Ray spinning all day long in between acts, Orgin in Orbit (Funk), Akshara Percussion Ensemble (Indian Percussion), Mo Ambesa (Reggae/Rock), Salsa Dance Party with Dan Marshall and more!
  • Interactive Ethical Art & Biz Expo featuring 60+ Exhibitors! Ethnic cuisine, face painting, henna, yoga, dance workshops, jewelry, and more!
  • Large Scale Video Installation Art upon night fall from the Second World Fair Trade Stories Film Archive
  • Special Sneak Peek of award winning animated film by Nina Paley "Sita Sings the Blues."
  • The Fashionably Fair Runway Show featuring fabric from the Boott Cotton Mill fused with
  • Live Performance Art with the Boston area's most talented graffiti artists!
  • NECF Art Fence featuring local and international youth artists!
  • Free Fresh Fair Trade Coffee all day long from Green Mountain Coffee
  • Prizes, Raffle and Silent Auction!

Sat., Sept. 12, 2-10pm. Rain date Sept. 13.
Click here for downloadable coupon: http://bit.ly/NECF09coupon

For more information visit www.second-world.com, or follow them on Twitter at http://twitter.com/culturefest. Or you can become a Facebook fan at http://tr.im/s7MB.

Major JAM 'n Brew and BBQ Festival: This Weekend!

Join JAMBRA, (Jackson Appleton Middlesex Business & Residents' Association) for a BBQ and Craft Beer tasting competition in the JAM District this Saturday! This year's "Major JAM 'n Brew and BBQ Festival" follows in the footsteps of Lowell's "Rib 'n Brews" celebration, started in 2002 by Andy St. Onge and Corey Belanger.

More than twelve breweries from New England will provide over 60 brews for festival attendees to taste and judge. Entertainment includes the sounds of "For Pete's Sake" and "Whiskey Tango."

Tickets for entry to BBQ and entertainment are $5.
Entry to beer tasting from 6-9pm is $20.

Sat., Sept. 12, 4pm - 12 midnight

For more information, call Karen Bell at 978-441-1166 or Corey Belanger at 978-828-5983.

The Last Days of Mickey and Jeanaaa

Merrimack Repertory Theatre's 2009-2010 Season Flings & Eros

  • The Flying by aramazov Brothers Sept. 10 - Oct. 4
  • The Seafarer by Conor McPherson Oct. 15 - Nov. 8
  • Heroes by Gerald Sibleyras & Tom Stoppard, Nov. 19 - Dec. 13
  • Fabuloso, A Play by John Kolvenbach, Jan. 7 - Jan. 31, 2010
  • Black Pearl Sings! by Frank Higgins, Feb. 11 - Mar. 7, 2010
  • The Last Days of Mickey and Jean by Richard Dresser, Mar. 18 - Apr. 11, 2010
  • The Blonde, the Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead by Robert Hewett, Apr. 22 - May 16, 2010


New Original Comedy Premieres Mar. 18 - Apr. 11, 2010

Lowell, MA - Merrimack Repertory Theatre is excited to announce it has received the first draft and title for playwright Richard Dresser's newest play, The Last Days of Mickey and Jean. Merrimack Repertory Theatre will conduct readings and workshops of The Last Days of Mickey and Jean script before its fully staged premiere, which begins previews Mar. 18, with opening night on Mar. 21, and runs through Apr. 11, 2010. Charles Towers is scheduled to direct the production.

Tickets: Single Tickets $26-$56; Student, Senior & Group Discounts available. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.merrimackrep.org/home/ or by calling 978-654-4678.

Merrimack Repertory Theatre at 50 E. Merrimack Street,
For more information please visit us at http://www.merrimackrep.org/home/
or Call our Box Office at: 978- 654-4MRT / 978.654.7595 or

Nudes of the World

Nudes of the World celebrate the 40-year career of figure painter John Greenwald. He works with acrylics, watercolor, gouache on paper and wood panels. A special feature of this solo show will be Greenwald's accordion-fold books filed with multiple paintings of nudes. Nudes of the World will be in The Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Avenue, 2nd floor of the A-Mill. A reception for the artist will be held. Gallery hours are Wed. through Sun., 11 am - 4:30 pm

For information about the exhibit see www.theloadingdockgallery.com or call Maxine Farkas at 978 349-8069.

Exhibit runs Sept. 2 - 27

Claire Elizabeth Barratt & Patrick Pierce Show

Claire Elizabeth Barratt - Patrick Pierce
Video, Sculpture pieces, poetry - plus movement, sound - plus dance / movement, music & spoken word in performance

Life is Art is Life is... a continuously unfolding installation and play of interactions that marries nature and industry, the organic and the fabricated, the muse and the workshop. Installation is free and open on Tue - Sat 12noon - 5pm. Performances are scheduled by the artists and with guest musicians and collaborators throughout the month and during Lowell Open Studios.

Opening Performance

Sept 11 - Claire Elizabeth Barratt, movement; Jon Glancy, percussion; Emile Tobenfeld, video mix
Sept 12 - Claire Elizabeth Barratt, movement, Andy Fordyce, percussion; Chris Gilmore, laptop & electronics
Sept 18 - TBA

Closing Performance

Sept 25 - Claire Elizabeth Barratt & Patrick Pierce

Lowell Open Studios

Sept 26 and Sept 27 - Apocalypso Trio: Joe Burgio, movement; Shayna Dulberger, double bass; Walter Wright, analog synths & video + Katt Hernandez, violin

Sept. 1-27. 978-452-8138. 119 Chelmsford Street, www.119gallery.org.
Studio Fall Monoprint Workshop

Monoprints are a cousin to painting. It is quick and fun and full of surprises. This workshop is designed for all levels of experience. The atmosphere is friendly and supportive. Conversations center around art making. Participants leave with 6 prints or more and new ideas for their paintings. $200 includes a $50 registration fee due one week prior, covers all materials but paper. Studio accommodates four artists for adequate press time, to register send checks to Kathleen Cammarata, 181 Market St. #14 Lowell, MA

Sat., Sept. 12 - 13, 9pm

Lowell's Longest Running Public Event

Lowell's 30th Annual Banjo & Fiddle Contests!

Come hear and enjoy 100 players from all over the country as they compete for cash, trophies and ribbons, in eight categories of banjo and fiddle styles.

This FREE event includes music, food, and fun. Free workshops in Oldtime Banjo, Oldtime Fiddle, Bluegrass Banjo, Bluegrass Fiddle, Banjo-Other Styles, Twin Fiddle, and Mountain Dulcimer will be held at the site from 10 to 11 am.
Registration starts at 11am.

More information: www.nps.gov/lowe or contact Alex at 978-970-5028

Sat., Sept. 12th, 12 noon - 6pm, Boarding House Park, 40 French Street (rain location Lowell High School Auditorium)

"What's Your Story?" at the Revolving Museum

What's Your Story?

Can you effectively tell your story in 2 minutes or less? In today's market being able to tell your story, or the story of your organization, is one of the most important marketing tools. Whether you are an individual artist trying to cultivate patrons, applying for a grant for your organization, or just trying to network effectively telling your story can distinguish you from the rest. Join professional storyteller Laura Packer (http://laurapacker.com/lp/) for a workshop on learning the techniques of constructing a compelling message through storytelling.

Tues., Sept. 15 from 10-11:30am at The Revolving Museum's new location 122 Western Avenue in the 4th floor common area. Free and open to the public, but space is limited.


RSVP to Elaina Bates at ebates@revolvingmuseum.org or 978-937-2787.

This project is supported in part by a grant from the Lowell Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, as state agency.

"The Witching Hour" at Lowell's Second Wind Café

Eerie tales .... spooky sagas .... heart-pounding poetry!
Lowell's Second Wind Café (formerly Café Aiello) opens its doors to the fall season for "The Witching Hour," a cozy evening of spine-tingling storytelling by the fire featuring live music, raffle prizes, and great nibbles! This pre-Hallows Eve celebration includes music by Cemetery Blues and eerie sound effects by Living Horror, plus an exhibit of framed black and white cemetery photographs, perfect for setting the mood. Join in the festivities by bringing a frightful poem or short story to read aloud to your fellow ghouls and enjoy a great night sipping hot cider, soup, and cocoa in a cozy, firelight setting! Admission: $5, to benefit the Lowell Film Collaborative.

Sat., Sept. 18, 5 - 8pm, Second Wind Café, 30 Gorham Street, Lowell

For more information, contact Suzz Cromwell at 617-306-7556 or email lowellfilmcollaborative@live.com.


The Music Industry is Explored Through Film ...

Join the Lowell Film Collaborative for its final film of their "Cinema at Studio A" Summer Independent Film Series in partnership with Lowell Telecommunications Corporation (LTC)!

Before the Music Dies [2006]
This very relevant documentary tells the story of American music at this precarious moment. Filmmakers Andrew Shapter and Joel Rasmussen traveled the country, hoping to understand why mainstream music seems so packaged and repetitive, and whether corporations really have the power to silence musical innovation. The answers they found on this journey - ultimately, the promise that the future holds - are what makes Before the Music Dies both riveting and exhilarating!

Thur., Sept. 17, 7 p.m, Lowell Telecommunications Corporation, 246 Market Street, Lowell. Suggested donation: $5

Upcoming Lowell Film Collaborative Independendent Film Screenings:

  • "Killer Poet" - Tues., October 6
  • "Life. Support. Music." - Thurs., November 12
  • "At Home in Utopia" - Tues., November 19

For more information on these events, visit www.lowellfilmcollaborative.org.

New England Quilt Museum to Auction Quilt

The New England Quilt Museum is pleased to announce the auction on eBay of a unique work of quilt art and sports memorabilia created for the museum. A quilt containing a center panel signed by 23 players from the 2009 Red Sox team, including Tim Wakefield, Jason Varitek, Jonathan Papelbon, Dustin Pedroia, J.D. Drew, and Josh Beckett, as well as President and CEO Larry Lucchino, will be auctioned on eBay starting September 15.

The complete list of Red Sox players who signed the quilt is:

  • Jason Varitek
  • Nick Green
  • Dustin Pedroia
  • Rocco Badelli
  • Takashi Saito
  • Jed Lowrie
  • J.D. Drew
  • Julio Lugo
  • Brad Penny
  • Jason Bay
  • Mike Lowell
  • Daniel Bard
  • Jacody Ellsbury
  • David Ortiz
  • Ramon Ramirez
  • Justin Masterson
  • Daisuke Matsuzaka
  • Tim Wakefield
  • Josh Beckett
  • Hideki Okajima
  • Jonathan Papelbon
  • Kevin Youkilis
  • Mark Kotsay

To be notified of the specific time of the auction, and be sent a direct link to the eBay page, contact PR and Marketing Manager Chrissy Inge at pubrel@nequiltmuseum.org.

About the New England Quilt Museum
The New England Quilt Museum, located in Lowell, MA, preserves, interprets, and celebrates American quilting past and present. Museum hours are Tues., 10 - 4pm & Sat-Sun., 12 - 4pm May through December. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for students/senior citizens; Museum members are admitted free.

For more information please visit http://www.nequiltmuseum.org or call 978-452-4207.

Bold Abstracts & Gelatin Silver Prints Contrasting Exhibition at Centro Restaurant

Colorful narrative abstract paintings by artist Jeffrey Lipsky present a bold contrast to Joe Quinlan's black and white images of coastal fishing villages in a joint exhibition through September at Centro Restaurant 24 Market Street in downtown Lowell.

For details on events see Greater Lowell Art Event listings at this link http://nichefineart.blogspot.com.

Through Sept. 31
Reception: Sun., Sept. 20, 1-3 pm

Lowell Poetry Network @ 119 Gallery

Poetry Reading at 119 Gallery

Featured Reader, Janet Stevenson followed by open mic. Come listen/read. Admission includes light refreshments. Janet's passionate about poetry - and loves a poetry party. $3.00 admission - All are welcome.

Thurs., Sept. 24, 7 - 9pm, 119 Gallery, 119 Chelmsford Street, Lowell

For more information: www.119gallery.org



How to Successfully Revise a Poem Facilitated by Tom Daley

"How to Successfully Revise a Poem": A great opportunity to stretch your poetic muscles & workshop for poets of all skill levels! The workshop which will be facilitated by Tom Daley. Tom Daley is a member of the faculty of the Online School of Poetry and serves on the tutorial faculty of Walnut Hill School for the Arts. He also teaches poetry writing at the Boston Center for Adult Education and at Lexington (MA) Community Education. Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center $35 registration includes light refreshments (limited to 12 participants) --- To register: email Janet Stevenson at janetize@aol.com

For more information, contact poetconnect@gmail.com

Sat., Sept. 26, 9:30am, Mogan Cultural Center, 40 French Street, Lowell

Book Launch "Al Bouchard: The Fogg"

Al Bouchard, Lowell poet will be reading from his new book of poems, The Fogg (Loom Press 2009) described as "a collection of poems written in response to artworks in the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University along with a range of other poems dealing with the relations of men and women, existential questions that pose themselves on the street, and dreamscapes that beg meaning. Free ~ all are welcome.

For more information on upcoming events, visit: www.lowellpoetrynetwork.org

Sat., Sept. 26, 2-4pm, Whistler House Museum of Art, 243 Worthen Street, Lowell

"Herding Cats" at the Brush Art Gallery & Studios

A Juried Exhibition to Benefit Homeless and Feral Cats Sept. 26 - Oct. 24

Funds for Felines: Fri., Oct. 2, 7 - 9 pm. Delicious hors d'oeuvres and wine. Meet the artists. Purchase beautiful exhibition artwork at a10% discount. Raffles for great prizes, including veterinary services, gift baskets for cats and cat lovers, more! Tickets are only $15.00 and can be purchased on-line at http://www.thebrush.org/.

Reception for Artists:
Sat., Oct. 3, 2 - 4 pm, Brush Art Gallery & Studios.

Cakes for Cats: Oct. 17, 2 - 4 pm. A bake sale for humans to benefit cats, organized by Girls Incorporated of Greater Lowell.

Meet the Cats and Kittens: Sat., Oct. 17, 2 - 4 pm organized by the Billerica Cat Care Coalition. Come meet adorable cats and kittens who are looking for loving, permanent homes.

Billerica Cat Care Coalition is a non-profit, no-kill cat rescue and adoption organization that assists feral and abandoned cats and their kittens. Started in 2004 by concerned humanitarians, this organization is run entirely by dedicated volunteers. www.billericacatcarecoalition.org

The Brush Art Gallery is a non-profit service, education, and membership organization which provides studio and exhibition facilities for artists and programs to educate the general public about the artistic process. www.thebrush.org.

Cambridge Art Assocation Festival


Want to participate in Cambridge Art Association membership exhibitions? New Member Screening: Oct. 14. Application due one week prior to screening date:Deadline: Oct. 7.

For More Information please visit http://www.cambridgeart.org/join.html



Red: It's more than a color; Open to all artists and all media. Juried by Carl Belz, Director Emeritus, Rose Art Museum & Brandeis University.

For More Information please visit http://www.cambridgeart.org/ or send SASE to 25 Lowell St., Cambridge, MA. 02138. Deadline: Oct. 16.

Artist Fellowship Program Guidelines

MCC Artist Fellowships program guidelines. The program offers fellowships of $7,500 and finalist awards of $500, as direct support to individual artists in recognition of artistic excellence. Deadlines for Artist Fellowships cycle is now 2010.

Applications are currently being accepted in the categories of Drawing, Painting, and Traditional Arts (deadline: Oct. 13, 2009).

Applications in the categories of Choreography, Fiction/Creative Nonfiction, and Poetry will be accepted beginning Dec. 1, 2009 (Deadline: Jan. 25. 2010).

For more information please visit:

1) Program guidelines: http://www.massculturalcouncil.org/applications/fellows_guidelines.html.

2) Apply on line: https://www.culturegrants-ma.org/index_artists.php.

Volunteer for the 2nd Annual Massachusetts Poetry Festival

Meet new friends, enjoy fabulous performances, and support a city-wide event! Join our crew of volunteers at the 2nd Annual Massachusetts Poetry Festival!

*The first 40 volunteers receive a FREE commemorative festival t-shirt *

Assistance is greatly appreciated on Fri., Oct. 16 and Sat., Oct. 17 in downtown Lowell for the following:

  • Welcoming the public at downtown performance venues
  • Hosting at information tables
  • Setting up performance venues (chairs, tables)
  • Coordinating event signage at key downtown locations
  • Technical assistance

For more information contact Julia Gavin at jgavin@lowellma.gov or 978-674-1482.

About the Festival
The 2nd Annual Massachusetts Poetry Festival comes to the City of Lowell in celebration of our state's rich poetic heritage. Following the success of the 2008 Festival, this year's event has expanded to include poetry programs in Amherst, Boston, Cambridge, Fall River, Salem, the Berkshires, Martha's Vineyard and Worcester County, all in addition to the exciting events taking place in downtown Lowell. The Festival is FREE and open to the public.

Thurs., Oct. 15 - Sun., Oct. 18

Visit www.masspoetry.org for a complete schedule of events and event registration.



Calls to Artists

Lowell Open Studio Show
Arts League of Lowell Art Gallery
Requirements - Artists may enter 1 to 3 works in any medium. Work will be accepted and hung on a space-available basis. Every artist will have at least one piece hung in the show. Work must be framed or otherwise securely and professionally presented, and wired to hang. During Lowell Open Studios & Arts Festival (LOS&AF) Weekend. Deliver work to the ALL Arts Gallery.

Sat., Sept. 12, ALL Arts Gallery, 246 Market St., Lowell
ARTIST RECEPTION - Sat., Sept. 19, 4-6:30pm

For information, please call Steve at 978-973-1144.


Strong at the Broken Places: Healing Art
Arts League of Lowell Arts Gallery
October 24 - November 1, 2009
For this exhibition, focused on the potential of art to help us regain our health, artists are invited to submit 12" X 12" 2-D or 3-D artwork, in any media, inspired by the power of healing. This exhibition is open to everyone - ALL members and non-members. Work will be accepted on the basis of the volume of submissions. Submitted work must not have been shown previously at the ALL Arts Gallery.

Deadline for entry: Sat., Oct. 3, 1-2:30pm OR Sun., Oct. 4, 3-4pm.

ALL Arts Gallery, 246 Market Street, Lowell.

For a full application please visit http://www.artsleagueoflowell.com/NewsItems/StrongAtTheBrokenPlacesCALL.pdf.
If you have any questions, please contact the University of Massachusetts Lowell Art Department at 978-934-3494 or Doug Wilkening at 508-254-5618.


Marblehead Arts Association Seeking Artist Members
Marblehead Arts Association welcomes new artist members and is holding their next jury process for artist membership on Wed., Sept. 30. Categories include Fine Art - Painting, Printmaking, Drawing & Sculpture, Photography, Crafts and Graphic Arts (original work only). Eligibility requires being a current associate member of the Marblehead Arts Association, which also can be joined at the time of the jury process.

Application and requirement forms may be picked up at the Marblehead Arts or downloaded from the website: http://www.marbleheadarts.org/.


Marblehead Arts Annual Open Photography & Sculpture Exhibit
Oct. 3 - 25.
Opening Reception, Oct. 4, 2 - 4pm. Artist may submit up to 3 works. Photos must have wire. Limited amount of pedestals, Sculptors should provide their own or check with staff.

Unaccepted Work: Must be picked up on Thurs., Oct. 1, 12-5pm or by appointment
Accepted Work: Oct. 27, 12-5pm, 7-8pm. Entry Fee: $10 each, 3 for $25

For more information mail to DeborahG@marbleheadarts.org or call 781-631-2608.


New England Biennial 2009
Deadline: Sept. 14

For more information please browse http://nhia.edu or email awilliams@nhia.edu for an application form.


The Society of Arts & Crafts
SAC is pleased to announce that applications for Craftboston and Craftboston Holiday 2010 are now being accepted. To apply, please visit http://www.craftboston.org/ and complete an online application. Paper applications are also available. Application Fee: $40

For more information, visit http://www.craftboston.org/ or email show@craftboston.org.

Deadline: Sept. 25.

Entries will be accepted in the media of painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, and illustration from New England Artists.


Lowell Memorial Auditorium, http://www.lowellauditorium.com/eventlistings.aspx

Merrimack Repertory Theatre, www.merrimackrep.org

The Bridge Review: Merrimack Valley Culture, http://ecommunity.uml.edu/bridge/

Website for Lowell artists, www.lowellisart.com

Art community chronicle, www.vyumagazine.com

Arts League of Lowell, www.artsleagueoflowell.org

Western Avenue Studios, www.westernavenuestudios.com

Ayer Lofts, www.Ayerlofts.com

The Brush Art Gallery and Studios, www.thebrush.org

The Image Theater, www.imagetheater.com

Whistler House Museum of Art, www.whistlerhouse.org

For a fuller listing of links see the COOL website, www.cultureiscool.org

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