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Mr. Arthur P. Motta Jr.

Director, Marketing and Communications

Whaling Museum Blog

Direct Phone: (508) ***-**** ext. ***       

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Whaling Museum Blog

711 N. Main Street

Rockford, Illinois 61103

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Southeastern Massachusetts Convention & Visitors Bureau

Tourism and Marketing Director

City of New Bedford, Massachusetts

Affiliations

Historian and Publicist
New Bedford Whaling Museum

Member of the Planning Committee and Marketing and Tourism Director
ILC planning committee and Marketing and Tourism Director for the City of New Bedford

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Press Release | New Bedford Whaling Museum Blog | Page 2

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Following a break for lunch, New Bedford historian and publicist Arthur P. Motta will speak about "Lighthouses of New Bedford" and their integration into the fabric of The Life and Times of the Whaling Capital, one of the nation's greatest seaports. Arthur has long been involved in the preservation of New Bedford's three extant lighthouses.

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2:00 p.m. - Lighthouses of New Bedford. - presented by Arthur P. Motta, Director, Marketing & Communications, New Bedford Whaling Museum.
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Optional Field Trip - narrated by Arthur P. Motta: a tour of New Bedford harbor (weather/seas permitting), with a sail past Palmer Island Light (1849), Butler Flats Light Station (1898), and Clark's Point Light (1869). Morning departure at 10:30 a.m. aboard the harbor tour boat, Acushnet, from Fisherman's Wharf, returning in time for lunch on your own on shore.
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Following a break for lunch, New Bedford historian, lighthouse preservationist and publicist Arthur Motta will speak about "Lighthouses of New Bedford" and their integration into the fabric of The Life and Times of the Whaling Capital, one of the nation's greatest seaports.


whaleblog | New Bedford Whaling Museum Blog

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Arthur Motta Director, Marketing & Communications New Bedford Whaling Museum (508) 997-0046, ext. 153 amotta@whalingmuseum.org


River & Rail Symposium, Feb. 15-16 | New Bedford Whaling Museum Blog

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Session 3: The Harbor's Changing Uses: 9:00 a.m. - "Water Wealth: A Brief History New Bedford's Public Water Supply" presented by Arthur Motta, Director, Marketing & Commu­nications, New Bedford Whaling Museum; 9:35 a.m. - "An Ecological Response to the Industrial Pollution of New Bedford Harbor" presented by Mark Rasmussen, President and CEO, Buzzards Bay Coalition; 10:10 a.m. - "Changing Tides: The Story of New Bedford's Commercial Fishing Industry" presented by Jim Kendall, Executive Director, New Bedford Seafood Consulting; 11:00 a.m. - "The River and the Rail: A Pictorial Tour of New Bedford's Evolving Waterfront" presented by Michael P. Dyer, Senior Maritime Historian, New Bedford Whaling Museum; 11:35 a.m. - "Wind, Water and Rail: the Future of New Bedford's Waterfront Industries" presented by Matthew Morrissey, Managing Director, New Bedford Wind Energy Center.


Whaling History Symposium, Oct. 19-20 | New Bedford Whaling Museum Blog

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Following a break for lunch, New Bedford historian and publicist Arthur P. Motta will speak about "Lighthouses of New Bedford" and their integration into the fabric of The Life and Times of the Whaling Capital, one of the nation's greatest seaports. Arthur has long been involved in the preservation of New Bedford's three extant lighthouses.

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2:00 p.m. - Lighthouses of New Bedford. - presented by Arthur P. Motta, Director, Marketing & Communications, New Bedford Whaling Museum.
...
Optional Field Trip - narrated by Arthur P. Motta: a tour of New Bedford harbor (weather/seas permitting), with a sail past Palmer Island Light (1849), Butler Flats Light Station (1898), and Clark's Point Light (1869). Morning departure at 10:30 a.m. aboard the harbor tour boat, Acushnet, from Fisherman's Wharf, returning in time for lunch on your own on shore.


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