Goetemann Artist Residency (GAR) Program
A residency program which juries in 3 artists for one month each as well as other residencies: one for an installation/environmental artist/sculptor and another our Distinguished Artist/Teacher (by invitation only) to speak at the Cape Ann Museum and lead a 3 day workshop. The GAR provides a live-work studio during the months of May to October and is part of the Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, MA
2005-2007 Gordon Goetemann
2008-2015 Ruth Mordecai.
2016-2018 Kathleen Gerdon Archer.
2019- Barbara Moody, Janice Brand, Ruth Mordecai, Co-Directors
Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC)
Location of a thriving arts community in Boston's Fort Point district. Founded in 1980 and the location of 249A Street where I had my studio for 25 years. I am still a member of FPAC, and original founder along with 30 others of this first in the United States all visual artist live-work limited equity cooperative.
Trident Gallery, Matt Swift Owner/Director, Gloucester, MA
This is a very interesting time for the arts in Gloucester. The much anticipated opening on August 30th, 2013 of the Trident Gallery on Main Street under the directorship/ownership of Matthew Swift is another new chapter in the city’s history in the arts. The Cape Ann Museum and the Cultural Center on Rocky Neck are also part of this exciting time and are exhibiting living artists. The Fishing Industry and the Arts have made this gritty town authentic and distinct from others on the east coast. For a long time Gloucester’s art history (1850-1950) has publicized the importance of this place in the art of its past. The names are legendary: Hopper, Homer, Bernstein, Avery. Trident Gallery will be a showcase for art that is happening here and now. Some of the names of painters in The Inaugural Exhibition are Erony, Boughton, Sullivan and Jankowski. I am honored to be among them.
ArtsGloucester 2015 Film
A film on Gloucester Arts by Henry Ferrini, Ruth Mordecai and Susan Steiner 2015