‘’The Saddest Parade on Earth” celebrated our Great Depression by marching from 248 to 301 Cabot St. in Beverly, Massachusetts, on Sad-urday morning, March 29. Great thanks to the many, many dapper folks who took part. Quite honored that you joined in.
The parade, organized by Greg Cook (who runs “Wonderland and also took the photos here), is an offshoot of his exhibition “The Saddest Forest on Earth,” which is on view in the storefront windows of Montserrat College of Art’s Frame 301 Gallery, 301 Cabot St., Beverly, Massachusetts, for free, 24-hours-a-day, through Friday, April 18.
Thanks also to Will Broaddus of The Salem News, which published a sad preview of it all last week.
Cook will give a free talk about his work, “Remaking Our Sad World: What Can You Accomplish with Art, Community Activism and World-Building?,” at 11:30 a.m. Monday, April 14, in room 201 of Montserrat’s Hardie Building, 23 Essex St, Beverly.
Previously: See the Saddest Parade on Earth.