Events for July 27, 2018
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B&W photographs taken over a 3 year period,
with a vintage large format Deardorff camera (4 x 5 & 5 x 7 negatives).
This work is about a sense of place. June 1-30.
Over the course of the past twenty-three years, this workshop has gained a national reputation as the place for singers to come for an intense, artistic growth experience. Our workshop seeks to bridge the gap between voice student and young professional. The faculty works as a team to guide each of the eighteen singers towards being a more polished and free artist. The workshop is process oriented and while there is no public performance, scene study and masterclasses provide vehicles for new concepts.Find out more »
This workshop is designed to guide the students toward creating a painting from a photo reference, using both indirect and direct traditional painting techniques. It aims to instruct painters on how to use the photograph to create a painting that surpasses the look of the photograph, not simply imitates a photograph.Find out more »
The Tides Institute & Museum of Art will be hosting two concurrent opening receptions on Friday, July 27 from 5 to 7 pm. An exhibition of recent acquisitions will be presented at TIMA’s main building at 43 Water Street, and a large-scale weaving installation, “she’s ever present,” by Sarah Hewitt will be opening at the North Church at 82 High Street. “she’s ever present" by Sarah Hewitt, is an installation featuring a life-size humanoid female form, bold weavings, and fetishes scattered throughout the project space. “she’s ever present” works its way throughout the space with bold color, sparkle and discussion between the works, the space and its past history. “Recent Acquisitions” at the Tides Institute & Museum of Art will include a large print by contemporary artist Jennifer Bartlett, a painting of the Cutler towers by Francis Hamabe, as well as objects, sculptures, and other recent additions to the museum’s permanent collection of art.Find out more »
This favorite annual event – a July full-moon paddle – has an exciting new location! On Friday, July 27th, DLLT is holding the Moonlight Paddle on Wabassus Lake, in the heart of the Downeast Lakes Community Forest. Boats will be launched at 7:30 pm from Wabassus Landing (look for the sign roughly 5.5 miles west of Grand Lake Stream village). Participants will paddle to Dawn Marie Beach for a campfire, before paddling back to the landing. Interested participants should bring their own boat, paddle, and PFD. If you don’t have a boat but would still like to participate, please contact DLLT at (207) 796 – 2100, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »