Henry Ferrini, Ruth Mordecai, and Susan Steiner produced an amazing film about the arts in Gloucester

Erich Archer forwards-
Hi Joey,

This year Henry Ferrini, Ruth Mordecai, and Susan Steiner produced an amazing film about the arts in Gloucester. In response, Cape Ann TV created a new program called The Cape Ann Art Forum. The show is a panel discussion with rotating guests about local arts. Episode 1 featured poet Patrick Doud, photographer and painter Kathleen Gerdon Archer, painter Ruth Mordecai, gallery owner and artist Ken Riaf, sculptor and activist JoAnn Castano, and myself.

The film and the panel discussion will air back to back on Cape Ann TV starting Monday at 9am and 9:30pm on channel 12. A complete list of showtimes is available on our website www.capeanntv.org

Here is an excerpt from The Cape Ann Art Forum:

Here is an excerpt from Arts Gloucester:

One thought on “Henry Ferrini, Ruth Mordecai, and Susan Steiner produced an amazing film about the arts in Gloucester

  1. Thanks Capt Joe – missed this on the first go round great stuff about local TV! And to think without the 128 bridge and cut bridge truly and island but never felt like that growing up felt more like community everyone looked out for everyone and a hand was also extended to those who need a lift up from a fall! That what makes it so special! Like the brewer guy said and I love his honestly yes being a sponge for information and knowing what’s going one all around you is another great tradition and trait!

    Heck the whole time from 1957- 1968 From sun-up to sundown we never locked the door to the house only when we went to bed it was open all day…Could leave stuff out in yard all day nobody touched nothing and non-existent crime rate. The lone patrol Car would drive to the Rockport Line and turn around go back into Gloucester yes the old one bubble light on top…:-) Dave & Kim 🙂

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