Reflections On the Pandemic expresses the ways in which local artists and poets are affected by the pandemic. We are excited to feature paintings, photographs, and poetry by local and regional artists and poets. Their work speaks of isolation, introspection, and renewed appreciation for the natural beauty that surrounds us on the Outer Cape. We hope you will make an appointment to see this exhibition. Viewing hours are Monday-Friday, 10 AM-12 PM and 2-4 PM. Email di[email protected] to schedule a time to come in.
Reflections on the Pandemic is an ongoing project, and we welcome new submissions. Please send personal reflections, stories and photos that express your response to life during the pandemic. We will collect, compile, and preserve these submissions as part of our mission to chronicle and provide historical information and insight as it relates to Truro and the Outer Cape. Please send your submissions to PO Box 486, Truro MA 02666 or [email protected].
Your contributions will become a “scrapbook” for this period in history and will join the wealth of materials at the Cobb Archive. We also will feature some of your submissions on our website and on social media, (Highland House Museum on facebook and trurohistory on Instagram).
*Include your name, address, and email address.
* It is preferable that submissions be included as an attachment to your email as a Word document (.doc or .docx)
* For a photo, use .jpg and include either a caption or a description.
* There is no minimum or maximum word count. Your submission may be excerpted or edited, as deemed appropriate for project purposes.
*By making a submission, you are granting permission for distribution and/or publication by the Truro Historical Society.
*Each submission will receive an acknowledgment from the project coordinator, Barbara Anne Kearney.
Top image: MILL POND: Kenneth Hawkey
Lower image: SOCIAL DISTANCE: Wendy Lofgren