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Errol Barron FAIA Receives Artist in Residence at the Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire

May 24, 2017

“The constellation of 10 islands off the coast of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was a popular destination for New England tourism until the 1930s when the big hotel burned.
Home to writers, artists and musicians in the late 19c and early 20th c, such as American impressionist Childe Hassan, today is a marine research center run by Cornell University called THE SHOALS MARINE LABORATORY.

The Artist In Residence Program run by the Marine Laboratory was created to study how the observational techniques or artists and scientists may overlap and be shared to gain insight into the study of marine and costal life.

Found out more about the program here.