Originally posted on GoodMorningGloucester:
Last Friday, the Cape Ann Museum had one of its “After Hours” events, featuring custom-made music installations in three galleries, refreshments from The Azorian restaurant, a raffle, and an artistic scavenger hunt! A good crowd showed up for the event.
There were lots of familiar faces in the crowd.
Rev. Bret Hays (left), rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Gloucester, was chatting with CAM’s Curatorial Assistant (and talented artist) Leon Doucette (on the right, with the beard, which – alas! – he has since shaved).
Nathan Cohen, who teaches music in Rockport public schools, designed (composed?) the music installation for Gabrielle Barzaghi’s exhibit in one of the galleries. Gabrielle told me she loved what Nathan had put together, and posed for this photo with him and his magnificent beard:
I also ran into Ken Steiner, who I photographed at the museum before while he was playing the bass as…
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