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Martha's Vineyard Museum MV Museum

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For additional information on any of these events, please call 508-627-4441.

To view the Museum's entire calendar of events, please visit the Calendar.


Martha's Vineyard Medal Award Ceremony

Mon, August 11, 5:00pm – 6:30pmmedal

Federated Church

Join the Museum staff and board for the Museum Annual Meeting to review 2013. The 2014 Martha's Vineyard Medal winners, honoring leaders in the community who have had an outstanding commitment to preserve the history, arts, and culture of the Island, will be introduced with a reception to follow.

Free and open to all.


Exhibit Opening: Moore and Moore and Moore

Fri, August 29, 5pm – 7pmmoore

Martha's Vineyard Museum

Although a little tongue and cheek, the title declares that the talent just keeps coming generation after generation. This exhibition reveals the connections and relationships of three artists: landscape painter Nelson Augustus Moore, his great-great grandson, realist painter Andrew Gordon Moore, and Andrew's daughter, artist Hannah Moore. See works by all three in a celebration of Moore's.

Members Free, Non-members $7.


Archaeology ID Day

Sat, August 30, 9am – 12pmarchaeology

Martha's Vineyard Museum Library

Bring your archaeological finds from the Vineyard and around the world to the Museum for experts to identify, examine, and discuss. Our panel of distinguished archaeologists including Jim Richardson, Jim Tuck, Dick Burt, and Duncan Caldwell will reveal their hidden secrets about your objects.

Members Free, Non-members $7.


Mike Nichols presents "The Graduate"

Sat, August 30, 7:30pmthegraduate

Martha's Vineyard Film Center

In collaboration with the MV Film Society and in conjunction with the ongoing exhibit "Sea Change: MV in the 1960s," enjoy the 1967 classic "The Graduate." Director Mike Nichols will introduce the film, and follow it with a Q&A session.

$12 for Museum or Film Society members, $15 for non-members To reserve tickets, visit this page.