Thursday, November 13, 2008
Gloucester Guerilla Art Project
Held at the Gloucester Stage/Cape Ann Community Cinema, this was a super gathering to see some local indie film makers work, as well other photographer’s stuff.
Of note were R. Newton’s slide show of old timey Gloucester postcards. Believe me, it was a lot cooler than it sounds. Also memorable were a series of short films by Chad Carlberg and Emile Doucette from Bait and Tackle, a local ad agency/production company.
I know it’s a cliché, friends, but it’s so important to connect with the local community’s creative scene. It adds value to the quality of our lives, we appreciate more what’s around us. At least I do. So just scratch a little beneath the surface, you’d be surprised at what you’ll find.
Thanks Capt. Joe for a great time!
Posted by Hye Tyde at 11:07 AM