Come and be part of the show! Please join us for a free orientation and find out more about MashpeeTV and how local access television works. Learn about producing and editing video and how you can get involved in your community television station. We have a passion for providing our community members with a platform for opinions, news and local information, and giving them a medium to share their vision and ideas. We’d love to share with you some of the stories we tell and the events we document.
When: The third Wednesday of each month. If you’d like additional information or have any questions, feel free to contact us at (774) 228-2353 or via email at email@example.com. Oh, and please give us a call to let us know you’ll be coming. We look forward to seeing you soon!
MashpeeTV Art Gallery
Did you know the MashpeeTV studio also serves as an art gallery featuring works by local artists?
Artwork by the Mashpee Senior Painters is on display at the MashpeeTV Art Gallery through the end of December. The featured artists are a group of seniors from Mashpee, Falmouth and Osterville, who meet at the Mashpee Senior Center on Wednesdays to paint in the medium and subject of their choice. Barry Jones-Henry functions as the instructor and coach. Student levels range from beginners and intermediates to accomplished painters. Some members of the group participate year round, while others are only available in summer, and others are occasional drop-ins. The group began in 2008 in the former Carol H. Jacobson Senior Center on Route 130 in a “walk-up” second-floor room. Two years later, the new Mashpee Senior Center building on Frank E. Hicks Drive provided a large arts and crafts room. New members at any artistic level are welcome to join. Paintings in the show are in a variety of mediums including oils, acrylics, watercolors and prints. Exhibiting artists include Dorothy Harkins, Ellen Hanley, Cricket George, Pat Boland, Barry Jones-Henry, Reid Higgins, Susie Garvey, Gretchen Irving, Cindy Wilson, Nancy Fiore and Christine O’Neil.