Summer Exhibition, Opening June 21st
An exhibition of photos of Monomoy
will explore the record of the island’s transformation into wilderness over the more
than a century that it has been a subject for both amateur and professional photographers.
Work by contemporary photographers John King and Shareen Davis will complement the historic images from the archives of the Atwood House Museum.
Summer Exhibition Opening June 21
The first comprehensive survey of Anne’s career to be organized this exhibit will include several of her early samplers, examples of her adaptation of medieval manuscript illustrations, works inspirited by the natural environment and recent explorations that test the limits of embroidery.
Summer Exhibition Opening June 21st
Chatham natives “Chart” George Eldridge and his son, George W. were responsible for saving the lives of thousands of sailors through the creation of their continuously updated charts of the ever changing shoals and coastline of the Cape. This special exhibit for summer 2014 about George Eldridge and George W. and their innovative work includes items from both the Atwood House Museum archives, and Chatham’s Maps of Antiquity.
June 21 through June 28:
Tuesday through Saturday, 1 PM to 4 PM
July 1 through August 30
Tuesday through Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM
Saturday, 1 PM to 4 PM
September 2 to October 11
Tuesday through Saturday 1 PM to 4 PM
Members of Chatham Historical Society: Free
Adults/Seniors: $ 6
Students (ages 7-18): $ 3
Children (ages 6 and under): Free
Passes: See Admissions page.
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