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5th Annual seARTS Holiday Wearable Arts Show & Sale

November 10, 2011

Friday, December 9, 5:00 – 8:30 PM

Opening reception and sale.

Saturday, December 10, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Show, sale & raffle during Middle Street Walk.

Saunders House, Sawyer Free Library, 2 Dale Avenue, Gloucester.

Click here for a fabulous poster with more detail.



Shop the Art Experience Marketplace

October 18, 2011

Click here for a downloadable catalogue.

To purchase on-line, just click on the image of your choice and you’ll be taken to PayPal, where you can log on and pay with your account, or use a credit card.

Custom made earrings by Beth Williams, glass beadmaker, metalsmith, and jewelry designer.


Museum of Fine Arts half day walking seminar on Modernism in America with artist and scholar Susan Erony, for group of 2-4. Breakfast details TBA.


Custom designed hair barrette or brooch by Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco, from both your sea glass and Cape Ann Designs collections. $80 in advance. Price ranges from $80-$120 depending on design.

Mosaic workshop with artist Pam Stratton for beginner and intermediate mosaic artists. Lovely lunch included.


Cape Ann Museum one-year family membership


Four admissions to Peabody Essex Museum, Salem.


Artfelt Creations custom necklace by Susan Kenna in colors and design of your choice.


Five-class Savour wine and cheese wine education course with Kathleen Erickson, Certified Wine Consultant.


“Elements in Granite Sculpture” 1-hour class with Martin Ray, landscape gardener.


Custom designed necklace by Julia Dusman.


Custom-made bag by designer Marlene Cann, from your own fabric.


Gift Certificate for performance of your choice at Shalin Liu Performance Center.


Custom-made necklace by Apple Bay Design, using your choice of beads.


Flame Eyed Yarn Sewing Needle in style of your choice, by Leslie Wind. Conversion of your scrap14k gold into new jewelry. $150.00

Gloucester Committee for the Arts seeks to fill Committee vacancy

October 14, 2011

The Gloucester Committee for the Arts is seeking an individual to fill the one remaining vacancy on the Committee.


1)   Preferably an individual engaged in artistic endeavors.

2)   A person with vision, understanding and knowledge regarding the arts and the artistic community in the City of Gloucester

3)   Preference will be given to those with IT skills

4)   Must be a resident of the City of Gloucester


Interested individuals must communicate their desire to serve in a letter to Mayor Carolyn Kirk.  The Mayor’s nominee must be approved by Gloucester City Council vote.

For additional information please go to the City web site or contact Committee for the Arts Chairman, Judith Hoglander at


Great Coverage of “Celebrate Wearable Art!”

October 3, 2011

Click here to see Steve Aveson’s interview with seARTS Chair Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco and designer Jennifer Greeke about “Celebrate Wearable Art!”

Click here for the Gloucester Daily Times’ terrific article on the show.

Click here for the GDT’s coverage of the Wearable Art Viewers’ Choice Awards.

Art Experience Marketplace Donation Suggestions

July 27, 2011

Please click in the box under “Leave a Reply” below to post your suggestions for donations to the Art Experience Marketplace.  All posts will be carefully read and considered.


Announcing two wonderful additions to our event!

July 25, 2011

Great news every day on celebrating Wearable Art!  This just in – we welcome Deb Coull’s Salon as our official Salon for the event and Clark Linehan as our official photographer!   Many thanks to both of them for joining our celebration!

OK, here it is, the great poster to announce the event~!

July 19, 2011