Programs and Events at the Museum for 2014
Yoga at the Lynn Museum Every Friday, 1-2pm Yoga at the Lynn Museum takes place every Friday!
Join us for a relaxing yoga session from 1-2pm. The cost is $10 per session. Namaste!
Sketching at the Museum, Thursday, December 4, 4-7pm ($5.00 Admission/FREE for Members)
Experiment with different drawing approaches as you sketch from original works of art in the Artists at the Atlantic exhibition galleries. These monthly drop-in sessions are a great way to look at the artwork up close and start to understand the artful way of thinking. Drop in for all or any part of a session. Materials are provided.
MESA: Museum Enrichment Series for Adult, Wednesday, December 10, Museum opens at 11am and program starts at noon
As a wrap-up to our “Artists at the Atlantic” exhibit, join D. Roger Howlett, author of The Lynn Beach Painters: Art Along the North Shore 1880-1920, as he takes a look at the influence of the sea and Lynn’s great history of seaside painters. Bring your lunch and stay for the engaging and educational hour long presentation that is FREE for all participants.
MESA is supported in part by a grant from the Lynn Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Artists at the Atlantic ExploraTour, Friday December 12, noon. ($5.00 Admission/FREE for Members)
Meet at the Museum admission desk at noon for this hour long, guided tour of the Artists at the Atlantic exhibit. Join LMHS Assistant Director and exhibit curator, Abby Battis, as she takes you on a trip to the beach by looking at masterworks by highly acclaimed Lynn Beach Painters: Nathaniel Berry, William Burpee, Edward Burrill, C.E.L. Green, T.C. Oliver, Edward Page, and Charles Woodbury. This guided tour should provide you with new insights into the Lynn Beach Painter School by focusing on each of their individual styles and techniques while exploring their views of the Lynn coastline.
Why Lynn?: North Shore Community College Oral History Project, Friday, December 5, noon.
Mark your calendars for the North Shore Community College Oral History Project as students present oral history stories of notable Lynners including Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy, NSCC President Pat Gentile, Lynn Police Chief Kevin Coppinger, Lynn School Committee Member Maria Carrasco, and Blue Ox restaurant owner Matt O’Neill as they answer the question: Why Lynn? This is the third year of this collaboration between the Museum and the North Shore Community College History Department. This program is free and open to the public, all are welcome!