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September 18-26 is Coastal Cleanup week in Maine, and volunteers are needed to pick up lose and hazardous debris from coasts all around Passamaquoddy Bay. In Lubec, the event is locally led by APPLE, The Association to Promote and Protect the Lubec Environment. To participate, visit the Lubec Memorial Library and sign up at the display table. Pick up a checklist/form to record the kind of trash picked up. Return the checklist/form there, after you have completed a clean up. Also provided are instructions and guidelines, trash bags, gloves, as well as a map to indicate where you will be picking up trash. Collected bagged trash may be deposited in the dumpster next to the Lubec Town Office during Clean Up week.
For more information, email Deborah Seavey at email@example.com.Find out more »
Come to the opening night of Crystal Veil I: an installation by Julia Sinelnikova on Friday, July 23, between 5 and 9:30 pm, as part of Eastport Artwork Passport weekend. Sinelnikova is a StudioWorks alum who will perform as The Oracle at 8 pm. This exhibition will be ongoing with open hours TBA for summer and fall 2021.Find out more »
Crystal Veil I reveals the work of Julia Sinelnikova, an interdisciplinary artist who works with holograms, performance, and digital culture. Their light installations have been exhibited internationally, and they have performed widely as The Oracle of Vector Gallery.
Sinelnikova is a StudioWorks alum and this exhibition will be ongoing with open hours TBA for Summer and Fall 2021.
Six artists, each exhibiting their unique jewellry and metal art - it's all part of Shorelines by Metal Six, now showing at Sunbury Shores through October 2. In this exhibition, each member focuses on the macro and micro views that the shoreline offers. Some are inspired and respond to the fine details that a beachcombing session can glean. Using found materials and creating sculptural and wearable objects (Kristen Bishop and Audrée Hamelin St-Amour). Others respond to a greater view of the inhabitants of the ocean (Erica Stanley). Imagined landscapes house brooches inspired by worn seaside sheds and structures (Brigitte Clavette), small colourful vessel forms come alive, like microscopic sea life (Kristyn Cooper) and agates and rocks are embedded into jewellery (Kristianne Levesque).Find out more »
Author and photographer Peter Cunningham will read from his photography book, Disappearing Before Our Eyes, while displaying photographic diptychs from the book taken over many years. "This book bears witness to an ongoing struggle to maintain self-reliant island individualism in the context of a nearly ubiquitous global economy. Things are changing but the water is still cold, salty, and wet.Find out more »