David Lazarus, artist and scrimshaw carver from Nantucket, gives a talk on scrimshaw carving from Nantucket’s extensive history of carving to modern ecological concerns over the importation of ivory and use of alternative materials.
Do you have happy feet? Well, keep them happy at the PMA with a special evening of dance in the Selma Wolf Black Great Hall! Aquarius Ballroom Dance Studios hosts "Broadway goes Ballroom," an evening of demonstrations and lessons of classic dances from Broadway musicals. No partner is necessary!
Urban Agriculture is on the rise! Community Gardens bring neighbors together to grow food and foster a sustainable community. Join this panel of experts of local sustainability in their discussion on the importance of Community Gardens.
Join Andrew Eschelbacher, the PMA’s Susan Donnell and Harry W. Konkel Assistant Curator of European Art, as he talks about Romanticism and images of the sea as these ideas relate to The Coast & the Sea: Marine and Maritime Art in America and the PMA's collection.