Community Stuff 7/13/12

Small sailboat rental?

Joe, a few years ago you helped me find Patty Page of GHS sailing. We went sailing with a GHS young man for an hour or so  and in exchange, made a  donation to the program.
   I called her and they don’t do that anymore. I tried the YMCA at Patty’s suggestion, no good. I tried Brown’s in Gloucester and the Sandy Bay club in Rockport- all no good. No luck with internet searches either.
Any Idea where I could rent a small sailboat for a few hours between Aug 2 and 7? Thanks for help.
Bill Rothschild

Wrapped Stick

July 14 – September 30: water, water: A multimedia installation by Sarah Hollis Perry & Rachel Perry Welty
water, water is the first collaborative museum show for mother–daughter artists Sarah Hollis Perry and Rachel Perry Welty. In addition to maintaining separate practices, Perry and Welty have been working collaboratively since they overlapped as students at the School of the MFA, Boston in 2000. They have two permanent sculptural installations at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.
Perry and Welty organized and filmed their video performance "Drawing a Line with the Tide" in July 2011 using eighty volunteers from the seaside village of Annisquam in Gloucester, Massachusetts where they both live. Moving to avoid the inevitable, the performers demonstrate a futile attempt to control nature with its stubborn adherence to the circling of time.
Included in the installation are three short films in which the artists explore aspects of identity and the complexity of the mother-daughter relationship of dependence, independence, and interdependence.
Gallery Talk with Sarah Hollis Perry & Rachel Perry Welty
July 21 and August 1 at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
$10 members; $20 nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Reservations are required.

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