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Upcoming Events

Seaside Holiday Fair, December 11-12, 10 a.m.

Holiday Craft Workshops for Adults, December 11-12.

Holiday Gift-Making Workshops for Children Ages 7-12

Maritime Artisans Speaker Series, Sept. 9-Dec. 16.

Upcoming Races

Crash-Bobs, January 29.

Snow Row, March 5.

Race Results

Race Results--The Icebreaker

Race Results--Head of the Weir

Race Results
Head of the Quinnipiac,
hosted by the Sound School, New Haven, CT


8th Annual Sea & Sky Art Show
September 16-October 31, 2004

Juried Show
Artists may submit three works of art for consideration in the juried exhibition. All work must be original, and not previously exhibited at the Hull Lifesaving Museum.

The Jurors
Robert Douglas Hunter, of Walpole, is a member of the American Artists Professional Guild, the
Allied Artists of America, and the Copley Society of Boston. His work is currently on exhibit at the prestigious Vose Gallery,

Nancy Sargent Howell, of Scituate, is a Past President and Board Member of the New England Watercolor Society and a Copley Artist and member of the Board of Directors of the Copley Society. Her work can be seen at

Michael Domina, of Braintree, is a new resident of Hull. He is a Board Member of the New England Watercolor Society and member of the Copley Society,

Prize Categories
Best in Show $150
Local Scene $100
Seascape $100
Landscape $100
Skyscape $100
Maritime Subject $100
Visitors’ Choice Ribbon

Non-Juried Show
Will run concurrently with the Juried Show. All delivery, pick-up, and sales guidelines apply. Artists may submit directly to the non-juried show, or may choose to be entered in the non-juried show if their work is not selected by the jury.

Delivery, Pick Up, & Sales
Work may be delivered to the museum on Thursday, Sept. 9, 10 am - 8 pm or Friday, Sept. 10, 10 am - 4 pm. No late entries will be accepted. Paintings must be securely framed and wired for hanging.

Work may be picked up Monday, Nov. 1 - Friday, Nov. 5, 10 am - 4 pm. The museum will be open for e vening pick-ups on Thursday, Nov. 4, 10 am - 8 pm. If you are unable to pick up your work during these hours please make arrangements with a colleague to do so. Work not picked up by 5 pm on Friday, December 3 will be accepted as a tax deductible donation to the museum.

Artists receive 70% of the sale price; all prices must be marked on entry form. One NFS entry per person will be accepted.

Art Bin: Unframed, original work may be submitted for sale in the art bin dependent upon museum capacity. No commercially produced prints please.

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