Cape Cod View
The Glory of Gorey. A special exhibition celebrates the famous artist and author who called Cape Cod home
Siobhan Magnus and "The Doubtful Guest" news from Hollywood Reporter
United Airlines features the Edward Gorey House in the Road Trip section in the October 2012 issue of their in-flight magazine Hemispheres
American Express's Departures magazine Culture Index section spotlights the Elephant House in their September 2012 issue
A brief summary of Edward Gorey's life and work as a setting for Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey, at the Orlando Museum of Art
The Edward Gorey House is profiled in Paul Gaita's article on artists' and writers' homes and how they yield a glimpse into their inspiration.
Exhibition - Celebrate Edward Gorey's Children's Books
Our exhibit will show many of Gorey's original pen and ink, watercolor, and preliminary pencil illustrations for children's books of his own creation, and for other noted children's authors including Peter Neumeyer, Florence Parry Heide, Edward Lear, Hilaire Belloc, T. S. Eliot, and others. Special books such as Gorey's only pop-up book, The Dwindling Party and the three-dimensional accordian book The Tunnel Calamity are highlighted. A unique focus of the exhibit will be early drawings and illustrations by Gorey from his childhood years. Click here to read the press release in PDF format.
Brief life of an artful author: 1925-2000
|2006 A Year in Review
Edward Gorey House - 2006 A Year in Review - Letter from the Director
What a busy and fun year it's been! It was a year of major growth and success for the museum, with record numbers of visitors, record sales in our renovated gift shop, and an impressive array of local, national, and even international publicity! Click here to read the article in PDF format.
Cape Cod Life - Collector's Edition - 25th Anniversary
This issue showcases 400 of the Cape's most influential, famous and intriguing people. Edward Gorey was chosen as one of the most intriguing. Click here to read the article in PDF format.
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