CulturePass is your window into the artistic and cultural richness of the greater international Passamaquoddy region including Cobscook and Passamaquoddy Bays and the St. Croix River.



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Eastport ArtWalk – Walk of the Week: Quoddy Village Ramble (2.5 miles)

The Bazaar 1 Conner Street Quoddy Village, Eastport

Eastport ArtWalk continues to celebrate August Abundance with a new Walk of the Week featuring a different walking route, celebrating the gardens, vistas and outdoor ART found along the way.

This week’s walk is Robin’s Pick: Quoddy Village Ramble (2.5 miles).  


Deck the Walls: Fire & Ice Call For Submissions

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre 139 Water Street, ST. Andrews

Our annual holiday show in celebration of Charlotte County artists and artisans opens Friday, November 20. This exhibition invites artwork created by local artists to celebrate local talent. This year we have a theme! This can be interpreted in many ways, but we are looking for artworks that speak to a Winter theme of Fire and/or Ice.

We are currently accepting applications until November 1. COVID 19 regulations will apply to the opening.

So, stay tuned on our website and social media (@sunburyshores) to register for FREE event tickets!


Art Show at the Lubec Memorial Library

Lubec Memorial Library 55 Water Street, Lubec

Art Show at The Lubec Memorial Library
Paintings by Robin Rier
Displayed October 5th through November 12th, 2020. 


Dawnland & Dear Georgina – Indigenous Peoples’ Day Online Film Screening with Live Q&A

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

This screening is a celebration of Indigenous Peoples' Day
For decades, child welfare authorities have been removing Native American children from their homes to save them from being Indian. In Maine, the first official “truth and reconciliation commission” in the United States begins a historic investigation. DAWNLAND goes behind-the-scenes as this historic body grapples with difficult truths, redefines reconciliation, and charts a new course for state and tribal relations.
In DEAR GEORGINA a Passamaquoddy elder journeys into an unclear past to better understand herself and her cultural heritage.
Join filmmaker Adam Mazo and Upstander Project Learning Director Mishy Lesser with special guests producer N. Bruce Duthu, TRC commissioner Sandy White Hawk, and lecturer in Native American Studies Roger Paul for a live Q & A after the films. This screening is a celebration of Indigenous People's Day.
Learn more about the films and watch the trailer at