Winter Shorts - Tour is full
Saturday, January 4
Gallery Talk or Tour
This Winter Shorts Tour is full — please consider these other tours, offered on January 11, 18 and 25.
Learn more about the Cape Ann Museum through a Winter Shorts specialty tour—offered each Saturday in January at 11:00 a.m.
Each Winter Shorts tour focuses on three or four discreet areas of the collection — sign up for one or more — a great way for members and nonmembers alike to learn about the Museum and its collections. Tours last approximately 20 minutes with time to transition in between. Come for one or all! On these Saturdays, Winter Shorts will replace the 11:00 a.m. highlights tours. Free for Museum members or with Museum admission. Space is limited, reservations required.
Signup online at Eventbrite or call (978)283-0455 x10.
Please Leave Your Tiara at Home with CAM docent Jill Carter
In 2013 photographer Jim Hooper set up a make/shift studio on the Gloucester wharves. He then invited all families involved in the various industries on the waterfront to drop by and have their pictures taken. He captured these images as people were wrapping up their days work. What evolved is a portrait gallery that tells a story of Gloucester’s heroic fishing families—some with a span over 4 generations.
Can Art Assimilate a Young Immigrant? with CAM docent Bruce Shaw
Immigrants poured into America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Saturday Evening Club, a reading club in Boston (and here in the summers on Cape Ann), and the Paul Revere Pottery, in existence until 1942, provided the possibility for these girls to decorate ceramic pieces, helping them gain skills while also defining them as important and imaginative.
Return of the Natives with CAM docent Bruce Jones
The Cape Ann Museum displays a limited number of artifacts about the Native Americans that populated the area from about 11,000 years ago to the 20th century. Let’s take a closer look at those artifacts and what happened to all those natives.