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The Cranberry Creativity Conference: The Art Of Collaboration

by Nicola Burnell

Like most exciting ideas, the seed for the Cranberry Creativity Conference was planted long before the details emerged.

I was having pizza with author Joshua Delaney and his wife Lynne when we started brainstorming about fun ways Josh could market his recently published novel, Pieces of Eight. Our imaginations ran wild as we tossed around all the possibilities of marketing his story about the legendary pirate Sam Bellamy and his treasure-laden ship the Wyhdah.

By the end of the night, we were discussing the limitless wealth of creative energy on the Cape, and all the people we know who have dedicated their lives to working in the Arts.

"Let's do a conference!" Josh suggested, and Lynne immediately agreed...

The HyArts Cultural District nurtures and celebrates the creativity and talent of established and emerging Cape Cod artists.

Edith Lake Wilkinson is coming back to Provincetown.

An historic show of Edith's work will be on display at the Larkin Gallery, once the West End Market, which Edith had painted in the early 1920's.

The tree in the painting has since grown back its leaves and Edith's work is now out of the trunks and being shared with the world. We hope you join us in celebrating the liberation of Edith's art!

Opening Reception Oct 11, at 7pm

This exhibit runs from October 11 - 27

The Larkin Gallery 405 Commercial Street, Provincetown 508 487 6111

To view artwork by Edith Lake Wilkinson visit:

Click HERE to read an article by Jane Anderson, Edith's Great Niece.

Packed In A Trunk - The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson – Trailer

This is a three-minute trailer of the upcoming documentary film that will celebrate the long-buried talent of the painter Edith Lake Wilkinson, who was part of the Provincetown art scene in the early 20th century, and produced an astounding body of work.

The Documentary follows Edith's great niece, Emmy Award-Winning Writer & Director Jane Anderson, in her efforts to find the answers to the mystery of Edith's buried life and return her work to Provincetown.

Fall Poem: Sharing Red

by Kim Baker

After Ready for Harvest,
by Kathryn Kleekamp

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Provincetown Art Association
and Museum (PAAM)

508 487 1750

September 28 - November 2

Join the sixth annual Fall for the Arts with events across Cape Cod and the Islands. For event details click HERE

Committed to building a central place for the arts, sciences and humanities in the everyday lives of communities across the Commonwealth.

"All the Arts for All of Us"

Serving Cape Cod's community by offering a wide range of Events, Exhibits, and Educational Programs

307 Old Main St., South Yarmouth

Click HERE for the Calendar of Events & Exhibits