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Invasive Species Project: Call for Artists

Huntsman Marine Science Centre 1 Lower Campus Road, St. Andrews

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre & Huntsman Marine Science Center (HMSC) are looking for artists for their upcoming installation exploring invasive species at the HMSC in St. Andrews. Ceramic, polymer, clay, felted or other fibre artists are encouraged to join in this challenge!

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Spring Show: 2021

Eastport Gallery 109 Water Street, Eastport

The Eastport Gallery’s virtual Spring Show opens Friday, April 2, and runs through June 17, featuring works by 16 of the gallery’s members. While you are out enjoying the beautiful weather, please stop to appreciate the spring display in the Gallery windows at 109 Water St and click to visit our website. Here you will find the virtual Spring show as well as access to our YouTube channel and to join our mailing list so you don’t miss out on events coming this summer!


Call to Artists! NB Outdoor Parks Artists in Residence

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Fresh AIR - the New Brunswick outdoor parks artist in residence is seeing to place professional artists in provincial parks and tourism sites this summer. Spend 5 days creating art in a beautiful provincial park - be inspired by nature, click to apply today!

Deadline for applications is April 23, 2021.


Jim Kovaleski reads Robert Frost’s “Mowing”

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

EAC Video's most-viewed offering, which topped 2,000 views on April 1, combines 'Farmer Jim' Kovaleski's passions—scythe mowing and poetry. Shot on the Leighton Point Road, Pembroke, Maine, in late September 2020, with camera and editing by EAC Video's Lauren Koss, the video may be viewed here:
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Artist to Artist: Diana Young

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Eastport Gallery’s Artist to Artist video series continues with a studio chat and interview with painter Diana Young. Diana has been a member of the Gallery for over 32 years, splitting her time between Bangor, where she lives, and Eastport, and managing to participate in both artistic communities at the same time.
“I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Diana more during the afternoon that I visited her studio last fall,” wrote Jude Kempe, creator of the Artist to Artist series. “Diana is an amazing, enthusiastic, joyful, playful, accomplished and prolific painter with one wicked sense of humor!”


April Vacation Week Art Camp

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Eastport Arts Center will offer a two-day April Vacation Arts Camp, April 21-22. Geared to children ages 6 to 13, the camp will feature an Earth Day theme and feature accessible, colorful projects including recycled materials. Instructor is Devon McPhee, who currently teaches K-12 art in the Calais schools. A $5/student donation will cover materials kits; a sliding fee scale is available by request.
Wednesday’s craft will be making a decorative pencil cup from recycled materials collected by Mr. McPhee. The cup will be perfect for protecting the colored pencils participants will receive in their materials kits. Thursday’s project will be a beautiful Earth-themed mandala drawing, suitable for display as a poster.

For more information and instructions on picking up materiel kits can be found by clicking the link to the EAC website.