A new watercolor painting class with artist Erica Qualey will start soon at Neighborhood Clay in Damariscotta.
River Arts in Damariscotta welcomes Daryl Burkhard, of Waldoboro, as its new executive director of operations.
The Oscar contenders continue this week as we also launch the first in a series of seven new art exhibition films, bringing some of the finest art in the world to the big screen at Lincoln Theater.
By all accounts, the late New Harbor sculptor Cabot Lyford was a formidable man, both in his tenacious approach to life and in his favored choice of medium – hard, unforgiving stone.
Celebrating the human form: The third annual “What’s Nude in Boothbay Harbor?” art show will open on Valentine’s Day, Thursday, Feb. 14 at the Boothbay Region Art Foundation in Boothbay Harbor.
River Arts in Damariscotta presents its “Artist’s Choice” exhibition, juried by acclaimed art historian and critic Daniel Kany. The public is invited to the opening reception on Friday, Feb. 8 from 5-7 p.m.
Liberty Graphics, an environmentally conscious T-shirt printer, is currently accepting art submissions to its 22nd annual $1,000 art scholarship contest. All high school seniors residing in Maine are invited to submit original works that reflect on the theme of “Art and our Natural Environment.”
The colorful watercolors and gouache paintings of local artist Peggy Farrell are on display at the Bristol Area Library through Thursday, Feb. 28.
A lovable look back at Laurel and Hardy, one of the world’s great comedy teams, as they set out on a variety hall tour of Britain in 1953.
Meeting Ruth Knowles: “There is a wonderful 90-year-old lady named Ruth Knowles who lives at The Lincoln Home and has written a children’s story about a family of snow shovels … intended for 3- to 4-year-olds,” wrote Damariscotta wildlife artist Julie Babb to me in a recent email.
Nearly 30 third- through eighth-grade students from Midcoast schools and home-schools, are ready to present Heartwood Regional Theater’s sixth annual winter middle-school production, “The Snow Maiden.”
Maine Arts Iditarod: “The Maine Arts Commission staff are braving the elements again this winter to present their 2019 Arts Iditarod to Portland, Bangor, Damariscotta, and Fort Kent in January and February,” read the intro to the event description on Facebook of the Maine Arts Iditarod I attended on Wednesday, Jan. 16 at River Arts in Damariscotta.
Time to get the cot out and move in to Lincoln Theater – such a diverse and interesting week ahead.
The trustees of the Union Fair and the Maine Wild Blueberry Festival are launching their annual contest to choose a design suitable for use in publicizing the 2019 Union Fair, which will run Aug. 17-24.
Tirdy Works’ wild ride: Hanging out with Mary Winchenbach – Somerville’s now widely famous “moose-poop lady” – is something akin to what I imagine it must have been like to spend time with the late comedian Robin Williams, known for his rapid-fire delivery of ad-libbed comedic lines.