Arts on Main, in conjunction with the Cook Foundation, will hold a lecture at 8 p.m. next Thursday, Feb. 21, in the gallery on Gloucester’s Main Street.
Lynn Mehta will present the story of her artistic journey along with her experiences thus far as the first Arts on Main Artist in Residence. The lecture is open to the public, free of charge.
The Middle Peninsula Fine Arts Association will host the event. Additionally, the MPFAA has made tickets available to the public for a 6 p.m. “Meet the Artist” reception and 7 o’clock dinner to precede the lecture. The cost is $21 per person.
“We are thrilled to welcome Lynn Mehta to Gloucester and are very impressed by her work as the first Artist in Residence,” said Melanie Chambers Hartman, director of the Artist in Residency Program. “Her journey and processes are fascinating and this is a wonderful opportunity to see our area through Lynn’s eyes … I hope that the community will be equa...
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