No other painter from 17th-century Holland expressed a greater interest in cartography than the famous Dutch master Johannes Vermeer. His detailed depictions of maps and globes coincide with the great age of exploration and mapmaking. This lecture by the leading authority on Vermeer’s use of cartographic material demonstrates that all of the maps and globes in Vermeer’s paintings can be identified, though few originals still exist. These cartographic objects and how Vermeer used them not only add further meaning to his paintings; they also shed light on his working method.
Goin Nowhere is a three piece ensemble out of the Blackstone Valley area. Comprised of 3 acoustic guitars, harmonica and singing duties spread throughout the group. Styles include classic rock, country, Americana and original songs with the occasional guilty pleasure yacht rock tune. Our performances are based in all inclusive style turning to a singers in around approach. Our goal is to capture the audience’s attention and take them on a musical journey we hope they will enjoy.
Open early to celebrate Mother's Day a day early. Closed for dinner service for a private family memorial dinner.
Kathryn Skudera Haddad is a classically trained violinist. Her love of music began at the age of three when she enrolled in Whitinsville Christian School's Suzuki strings program in 1990. Since then Kathryn has studied the violin at the University of New Hampshire where she served as concertmistress of the UNH Symphony Orchestra from 2008-2010.
Her setlists usually consist of a mix of Classical music and acoustic rock covers. Some of her favorite artists to cover are The Beatles, Coldplay, Frank Sinatra, Dave Matthews, Led Zeppelin, and more. Kathryn also enjoys playing with her cover band Belit, and plays fiddle for Grammy Nominated artist Ashley Jordan. Kathryn occasionally performs with the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra and currently teaches violin and viola at Apple Tree Arts in Grafton, MA.
Dave and Danielle, husband and wife duo, have a passion for music. They had been friends for a long time before they decided to collaborate. The result was Fox and the Dragon, duet guitars and haunting harmonies. They perform a variety of covers locally ranging from the 90s, classic rock, and folk as well as originals.
We have launched experiences that we call UX Social Club. So, what’s the big idea? To create an intimate and engaging experience to meet new people. The idea stemmed from two circumstances; the sense of community at our... Read More