"We are on a crusade to bring Hartley to life, and to inspire others to take pride in our collective American art experience," Maglaras said in a phone interview. "The combination of a great painter and a wonderful writer is not one you find all the time — and Hartley was both. He was not only an important painter, he was a fine poet and fine writer, an essayist, a diarist, and he left a legacy of written work." ~ Michael Maglaras, 217 Films
Click HERE to read Gail McCarthy's article about 217 Films' new documentary Visible Silence: Marsden Hartley, Painter and Poet which will screen in Gloucester, Massachusetts next week.
What: The Gloucester debut of the film "Visible Silence: Marsden Hartley, Painter and Poet"
When: Thursday, Feb. 12 at 7:15 p.m.
Where: Cape Ann Community Cinema at Gloucester Stage, 267 East Main St. in Gloucester. For information, call 978-309-8448 or visit www.massbayfilmproject.org.
A free public lecture will take place Feb. 12 at 11:30 a.m. at Montserrat College of Art, Room 201, in Beverly. The lecture is titled "Can you really make a film about a painter? The making of Visible Silence: Marsden Hartley, Painter and Poet."