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The finale project of Quoddy Voices Spring 2021 Virtual Choir season is here—"Sing Gently." Recorded by Quoddy Voices members participating from their homes in the Zoom-based season and edited together by director John Newell, the choir's rendition of Eric Whitacre's song has been illustrated by EAC Video's Lauren Koss, using a mix of footage created over the past two months with singers from the group.Find out more »
This program is available to all local and visiting kids – with morning activities focusing on creating art with nature. Each morning features a different activity including painting, clay modeling, sculpture making, mask and kite making, and more – while visiting gardens, woods, trails, and beaches for inspiration and materials. Register by clicking here.
Runs from July 5 to August 27, 2021
Every Monday to Friday mornings 9:30 am - 12:00 pm, Tuesdays from 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
The radiance of pure colour – Anne will teach you how to control that colour. This is a three-day course that will introduce you to the methods of painting with soft pastels – from choosing your subject, composing the painting, and finishing the work.
Composition, value, colours, types of paper, application of pastels will be covered, with explanations and demos.
If weather permits, we will paint outside (plein air). At the end of the course, there will be a group discussion and critique of the work. Click to visit our official website.Find out more »
The Lubec Memorial Library is proud to host Ann C. Rosebrooks' exhibit "Overview" for the month of July.
"Overview" consists of acrylic paintings on canvas created over the past three years. It is a combination of landscapes, social scenes and political events. Click to visit the library Facebook page.Find out more »
The pastiche or collage of curatorship is only as good as the materials it is given. What is fabulous can be augmented, unveiled, turned upside down, or made meta for the universally curious, but it needs to be interesting to begin with, passionate already, even if by quiet means, even if by loud. The materials in this exhibit are fabulously different from one another and yet raucously grounded in the artisanal scene of the crafting culture and memory of this place. Art400² is a collective of artists and curators from New Brunswick who is currently floating between physical spaces. The previous artistic director, Sara Brinkhurst, invited them in to share their current processes with us using the stage of our physical space (a space we are blessed to have and blessed to work for its endurance and evolution).Find out more »
The Tides Institute & Museum of Art presents its Summer Exhibition: "Dark Harbor - The Early Lithographs of Stow Wengenroth", on display now through September 24. Wengenroth was a master of lithography dedicated to the scenery and wildlife of New England in the early 20th century. Summer museum hours will be Tuesday - Sunday from 10-4.Find out more »
Eastport Arts Center's Summer Workshop Series continues with Hilda Lewis' Flower Arranging session. Geared for ages 12 and up, instruction will guide participants through the creation of a beautiful table centerpiece flower arrangement.
Workshop spaces are limited; participants must register with Alison Brennan at email@example.com. The $15 fee includes all materials—flowers and a vase.
Support for this workshop has been provided by Belvedere Traditional Handcrafts Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.
More information may be found by clicking here.