Two guests of Arts on Main’s Artist in Residence program are holding public events this weekend in Gloucester.
Author and fiber artist Nora Murphy will give a performance, “COUNTERCLOCKWISE: An Irish Celebration to Welcome Spring,” at 6 p.m. Saturday at John’s Point Landing in Naxera. It is free and open to the public.
A fifth generation Irish-American, Murphy explores Native American genocide and pathways for healing in her book, “White Birch, Red Hawthorne,” and is currently writing a novel that explores ancient Irish ways to live in closer connection with the earth and one another. She will be in Gloucester through March 30.
Author Marcie Rendon will read from one of her books at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in front of the Pocahontas mural at Gloucester Library, Main Street Center.
A citizen of the White Earth Nation, Rendon is a writer across many genres. She is included in Oprah Magazine’s 2020 list of 31 Native American authors to read, and she i...
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