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KEIKO MATSUI

KEIKO MATSUI

“There is a strong spiritual quality Keiko Matsui brings to all of her creative projects.” — The Los Angeles Times "Keiko Matsui is appreciated not just as an artist but as a  
Arts & Humanity at the OCHM

Arts & Humanity at the OCHM

Join us for a friendly, inclusive afternoon of sharing of the human spirit through the arts. Singer-songwriters and folk singers will present their original works and all are invited to  
Lecture: ‘In Death Remember’d’

Lecture: ‘In Death Remember’d’

Lecture presented by Vince Luti: "In Death Remember'd: Gravestone Carvers of the Taunton River Basin" In his book "In Death Remember’d," Vincent Luti focuses on an aspect of our history that  
Scene Study with Fred Sullivan Jr.

Scene Study with Fred Sullivan Jr.

Explore the craft of acting in a class formatted to suit actors of varying levels of experience through partnered scene work. Students will explore the work of great American contemporary  
Lecture: ‘Founding Martyr’

Lecture: ‘Founding Martyr’

Lecture presented by Christian DiSpigna on his book "Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution's Lost Hero" Little has been known of one of the  
Trafficked in the Heartland: A Survivor’s Experience

Trafficked in the Heartland: A Survivor’s Experience

Christine Clarity McDonald is an internationally recognized author, speaker and consultant known for her unique ability to construct conversations and ignite change for under-served and marginalized populations. After experiencing two decades  
Lecture: ‘Duxbury’s Women at Sea’

Lecture: ‘Duxbury’s Women at Sea’

Carolyn Ravenscroft on Duxbury’s Women at Sea Between the late 18th and early 19th centuries, hundreds of ships were built in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The resulting economic boom resonated throughout the community  

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