• Hurry a few spots left! Photo Workshop

    Hurry a few spots left! Photo Workshop

    Photo Expression Workshop - Session One (8 to 12 years) NORWELL PUBLIC LIBRARY Saturday January 31, 2015 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM In this 2-session workshop led by award-winning photographers Jeanne McKenna and Rosemary Sampson, kids will build on what they already know to start taking better photographs.  Composition, lighting, and other basic ...

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  • NHS Poetry Out Loud

    NHS Poetry Out Loud

      Tuesday January 27th 7pm NHS Little Theater  

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  • Ed Chesnovitch’s Pastel Scenes

    Ed Chesnovitch's Pastel Scenes

    Ed Chesnovitch's Pastel Scenes Hingham Public Library Ed Chesnovitch says "color & light are the focus of my pastel paintings which evoke an underlying current of energy, captured in nature, at extreme and fleeting moments. My goal is not to convey a particular scene, but rather record the atmospheric conditions and envelope ...

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  • Greg Lessard Photography

    Greg Lessard Photography

    “Meet the Artist” Reception “Snowy Owl - Soul of the Arctic” South Shore Natural Science Center 48 Jacobs Lane Norwell, MA 02061 Phone: 781-659-2559 Weblink Saturday, January 10, 2015 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm The public is invited to a “Meet the Artist” reception. Nature Photographer Greg Lessard will present his latest photography exhibit, “Snowy Owl - Soul ...

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Open Call for Arts Photos & Videos

Checkout out our Galleries page for photos of arts events in Norwell schools. We encourage anyone who has taken photos or videos of arts events to please email them to us at photos@norwellarts.org and we'll post them to the galleries.

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Arts Around Town Blog

Poetry as Conversation

 ”I think most poets are natural witnesses and we’re curious about everything.” — Allison Hedge Coke – See more at: arts.gov Poetry as Conversation: (excerpt) You’re entering a conversation. Poetry is that. We’re all doing our part of it but it’s a huge conversation and  [students] should be invited in as well. Once they’re invited Read More

Featured Arts: The Laramie Project at Norwell High School

Norwell High School’s theater company, the Fourth Wall Players presented The Laramie Project at the beginning of December to rave reviews for brave performances and cast cohesion. Through monologues and first person interviews, the play exposed the prejudice and hatred that led to the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. NHS brought the concepts introduced in the play to the whole student body by having cast members perform excerpts from the play during the school day and then following the performances with teacher led advisory periods. Bravo!