Press/Media

Artcurrent’s ‘Getting to Zero’ Exhibit, featured in Provincetown Banner

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Artcurrent’s ‘Getting to Zero’ Exhibit, featured in Provincetown Banner

Artcurrent’s ‘Getting t Zero’ Exhibit, Appearances Green Arts Festival, featured in Provincetown Banner The Outer Cape once again lived up to its long-lived reputation as a hub of artistic innovation. In 2011, Truro Center for the Arts atCastle Hill celebrated it 40th anniversary with festivities that started in the spring and continued into the summer. Celebration highlights were a feast with former Gourmet magazine editor Ruth Reichl, a lecture series that included writer and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Sebastian Junger, an art auction and artists’ studio tour and the...

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Getting to Zero – World AIDS Day 2011 Exhibit

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Getting to Zero – World AIDS Day 2011 Exhibit

Getting to Zero – World AIDS Day 2011 Exhibit at ArtCurrent curated by Pasquale Natale When Tina Trudel and Dorothy Palanza invited sculptor Pasquale Natale to stage an exhibition in their gallery, Art Current, he was gratified by the opportunity to curate a show but hesitant to feature his own work solo. Although he is a dedicated artist, by his own choice he has not shown in a gallery setting for at least three years. A modest, unassuming man, Natale relishes the process of creating art but shies away from the limelight. “I work every day in my studio, and I love it, but the stress that...

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Provincetown Magazine covers the 2011 inaugural Appearances

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Provincetown Magazine covers the 2011 inaugural Appearances

Provincetown Magazine covers the 2011 inaugural Appearances: Provincetown Green Arts Festival Springtime in Provincetown is festival time. This year, we welcome a new festival to the schedule. Appearances: The Provincetown Green Arts Festival celebrates the intersection of the natural beauty that surrounds us and human creativity in all its forms. Sponsored by the Provincetown Conservation Trust and taking place literally all over town, this is truly a community festival. In fact, all events are free and open to the public. Asked about the organization of the new festival, founder Dorothy...

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Provincetown Green Arts Festival coverage in the Provincetown Banner

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Provincetown Green Arts Festival coverage in the Provincetown Banner

Appearances 2011: Provincetown Green Arts Festival coverage in the Provincetown Banner April is the month when all kinds of things start to appear on the Outer Cape — flowers and birds, bugs and critters, maybe some tourists on the weekends. This year, blossoming along with all of that will be “Appearances, Provincetown Green Arts Festival,” sponsored by the Provincetown Conservation Trust. The festival runs from Friday, April 15, through Sunday, April 24. The long list of activities and events begins at 5 p.m. Friday with a reception at Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, and a...

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Cape Cod on-line early coverage of Appearances

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Town conservationists have an idea to use artistic creativity to increase awareness of the Outer Cape’s fragile plant and animal environment. In mid-April, the Provincetown Conservation Trust will launch the first Green Arts Festival, “Appearances,” a 10-day art and writing celebration that will focus on ecology and the arrival of spring. The trust recently announced an open call to artists and writers for ecologically sensitive paintings, photography, poetry, prose, readings, short films, performance art and, particularly, outdoor sculpture installations. The outdoor...

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Provincetown Banner early 2011 article on Appearances

Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Provincetown Banner early 2011 article on Appearances

By all ‘Appearances,’ Provincetown arts & nature fest on track for April A 10-day eclectic arts event called “Appearances,” sponsored by the Provincetown Conservation Trust, is being launched by two new members of the trust. The event is being branded as a green arts festival and is set to take place April 15-24, a stretch that includes Earth Day. The festival is the vision of new PCT trustees Dorothy Palanza and Tina Trudel, who are hoping it will raise awareness of the fragile, beautiful environment of the Outer Cape. And they are hoping for this to become an annual...

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