Falmouth Reads Art Project!

All’s Well That Ends Well

In A Pickle

Heart Of Gold

Too Much Of A Good Thing

Break The Ice

Love Is Blind

The World Is My Oyster

There are countless phrases that we use today that originated with William Shakespeare.

With a nod to this year’s book pick “Station Eleven,” which draws some of its inspiration from Shakespeare’s “King Lear,” The Falmouth Reads Together Committee invites artists and dabblers of all ages and abilities to interpret their favorite Shakespeare phrase or idiom into a work of two-dimensional art for an exhibit this summer at the library.

Artworks should be suitable for hanging and will be displayed in the library’s Art Walk for the month of August. 

Submissions should be brought to the library by the end of the day on July 15 and will be available for pick up after August 31.

If you haven’t picked up a copy of Station Eleven, drop by the Main Library or request a copy through the online catalog! Watch this space for announcements or more events and activities about Station Eleven.

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