COHASSET – After a two-year pandemic pause, the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset will hold its 67th arts festival on the Common from June 17 to June 19.
This year’s festival honors the memory and contributions of the late artist Dorothy Palmer, who played a pivotal role in the founding and longevity of the South Shore Art Center. An exhibit of Palmer’s works will be on display.
Arts exhibits, tents with artisans selling jewelry, ceramics, fine art, photography, clothing, garden products and live music will be part of the three-day festival. The event usually draws more than 14,000 visitors.
The festival begins at 1 p.m. June 17 and ends at 5 p.m. June 19.
A gala party to honor featured artist Rob “ProBlak” Gibbs and his “Breathe Life” mural series will be held Thursday, June 16. Gibbs