John P. Bunker Memorial Lecture: Peter Neill

John P. Bunker Memorial Lecture: Peter Neill

Wednesday, August 30
6:30pm
at Payomet Theater
FREE

In partnership with the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies

The ocean holds the key to humanity’s survival.  At a time when the world faces a multitude of potential calamities, from climate change to a struggling oil industry to rapid population growth, author and environmentalist Peter Neill of the World Ocean Observatory argues that now is the time to begin organizing.

 

at King’s Fund Center for Health Services Development in London. Dr. Bunker, a pioneer in evidence-based medicine, was the founding chairman of the Stanford University Department of Anesthesia; he later headed Stanford’s Department of Health Services Research. He began coming to Truro in the summer as a small boy in the 1920s, and then, twenty years later, started bringing along his wife and four children. John Bunker’s many interests include art, music, literature, philosophy, medicine, politics, and spirituality. 

Paint the Race

Paint the Race

Thursday, September 7
12pm - 3pm
Meet at MacMillan Pier
$25 for Members / $35 for Non-Members

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Steamroller Printmaking Extravaganza

Steamroller Printmaking Extravaganza

POSTPONED until Saturday, September 16
11am - 2pm
at Edgewood Farm

FREE
 

Join us for our 2nd annual Steamroller Print Extravaganza! Watch as giant prints (and other sizes) are created by using a steamroller from “Dirtworks” as the press, and the drive- way as a press bed. Create your own prints and bring them with you to have them pressed on site; we’ll provide ink, brayers, paper, and industrial equipment. Plus! Kids can carve their very own potato prints to take home. 

With Many Thanks to the Truro Cultural Council and Wellfleet Cultural Council for their financial support of this event, allowing Castle Hill to offer it for free to the local community and beyond.With Many Thanks to the Truro Cultural Council and Wellfleet Cultural Council for their financial support of this event, allowing Castle Hill to offer it for free to the local community and beyond.

Thank You to “Dirtworks” in Eastham, MA for their generous loan of the steamroller and driver! 

Mix, Form, Bake, Taste

Mix, Form, Bake, Taste

With Judith Motzkin
September 24
12 pm - 3 pm
FREE!

A "No-Knead" Bread demonstration showing the process of making Judith's Russian Rye and any no-knead bread baked in a covered pot. 

Judy Motzkin has worked in ceramics for over 40 years. She is known for her unique contemporary saggar fire method. Her site specific installations with clay have been included annually in Appearances in Provincetown and in museum and gallery exhibitions. Her “flame-painted” vessels are in the collections of the Fuller Craft, MFA Boston, Crocker Art and Jingdezhen Ceramics Museums and is featured on the covers of 500 Bowls, Best of Pottery and Ceramics Monthly. She was founding director of CAOS open studios. Motzkin has her degree in Asian Studies from Cornell.