Featuring paintings by Linda Bail, Mark Coates, Heidi Daub, Brian Emerson, David Estey, Jillian Herrigel, Lindsay Hopkins-Weld, Douglas Howe, James Kucheman, Lisa Kyle, David Little, Ann Mohnkern, David D. Pearce, Lea Peterson, Liz Prescott, Don Ripper, Emily Reynolds, Marguerite Robichaux, Judy Taylor, Charles Thompson and Susan Williams.
Introducing new artists Gary Buch, Camille Cole Buch, Abe Goodale, Claudia Rosti, Joanne Tarlin and Annie Lloyd Witte.
Including assemblage sculpture by Andre’ Benoit, wood carving by Jennifer Kimball, and photography by Olga Merrill, Mary Woodman and Joyce Tenneson. Flags by Tom and Andy Moser.
Art is on display now through December 31.
Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday Noon – 5 pm.
Each year on the first weekend in October, Visit Freeport brings together over 150 of the best New England artists, makers and local food producers for a three-day festival throughout Downtown Freeport.
In addition to browsing local art, join us at the Discovery Stage on the L.L.Bean campus for three days of live music. And, thanks to our generous sponsors, it’s all FREE!
Friday, October 1 from noon - 6 pm
Saturday, October 2 from 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday, October 3 from 10 am - 4 pm
Please note: While we hope that the 2021 Festival will be held with few modifications, we will be watching State of Maine and CDC recommendations closely and make any decisions about activities with public health as our number one concern.
Join us aboard the Pamela B. for an amazing evening boat ride on Casco Bay! We will visit one of the Bay’s award-winning oyster farms, sample the freshest oysters direct from the sea paired with a glass of wine or local microbrew. Learn from experts about the value of oysters for their extraordinary contribution to mitigate climate change and why they taste so darn good!
The Harlow is pleased to partner with the Maine Crafts Association to bring their online collection of Maine lighting to life! In April 2021 the MCA created "The Light at the End of the Tunnel" a sourcing and informational online guide for Maine made lighting. The Harlow will illuminate this collection further by mounting an exhibition of lights, lighting, lamps and related works from the MCA members included in the guide.
Opening reception Friday, October 1, 4-6pm
MCW Gallery Hours: Saturday, October 2, 11am-4pm.
Participating Artists:Kristin Dennison- Good Land Pottery, Lisa EvansLisa Ferreira Jones- Ember Grove,
Joe Hemes, Renee Ledoux, Julie Morringello- modernmaine, Jamien St. Pierre, + more!
Kick off Maine Craft Weekend at Belleflower Brewing Company! Belleflower has partnered with Running With Scissors Art Studios to bring you an evening of craft beer and art. View the 6x6 exhibit and meet some of the artists in the taproom on Friday, October 1st from 5-7pm. All work is 6"x6" and up to 6" deep, crafted from a various mediums.
Can't make the opening? Don't worry, the exhibit will be up through the end of the month!
Celebrate the 4th Annual Art of Ellsworth: Maine Craft Weekend at an outdoor benefit concert and fundraiser for Heart of Ellsworth’s new Downtown Ellsworth Mural Project. The event will feature the Fogtown Family Band 5 -7 pm performing live in the beer garden at Fogtown Brewing Company. Come enjoy handmade selections from the beer, cider, and seltzer menu as well as pizza from the wood-fired brick oven. Pizza and beer are available for purchase from 3 to 8 pm.
Nunsense is a hilarious spoof about the misadventures of five nuns trying to manage a fundraiser. Sadly, the rest of the sisterhood died from botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Sister Julia Child of God. Thus, the remaining nuns – ballet-loving Sister Leo, street-wise Sister Robert Anne, befuddled Sister Mary Amnesia, the Mother Superior Sister Regina, and mistress of the novices Sister Mary Hubert – stage a talent show in order to raise the money to bury their dearly departed. With catchy songs and irreverent comedy, Nunsense is sure to keep audiences rolling with laughter.