The Museum will reopen to CAM Members on September 24 and to the public on October 1. The New CAM Green campus opens to the public on September 17. Hours at both locations will be limited and preregistration for timed ticket entry is required. Details here.


Polishing Its Past and Preparing Its Future

August 13, 2014

New York Times, Travel - Glenn Collins

O.K., you think you know Cape Ann, the North Shore peninsula that has been faintly patronized as Cape Cod’s little sister.

It’s there as you remember it: the granite coast, the sea spume, the panoramic view at the working port in Gloucester, the improbably picturesque harbor at Rockport and the antiquing and fried-clam indulgences of Essex. And of course, there’s the celebrated harbor excursion past Ten Pound Island, and the Singing Beach in Manchester-by-the-Sea. Also, omnipresent, is the bewitching light that obsessed Winslow Homer, Andrew Wyeth, Edward Hopper, Stuart Davis, Marsden Hartley, Fitz Henry Lane and Gordon Parks.

Link to the full article here.

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