Congratulations Cheryl Miller for receiving a grant from the Pollination Project in support of the 46 Million Turkeys Project, coming soon to the Harlow. Finding the Goodness in Everything: This…
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By Keri Cronin — August 23, 2013 blogging at www.ourhenhouse.org “The number of turkeys who are raised each year for meat in North America is staggering. For Thanksgiving dinners alone, an estimated…
Maine Arts Commission: “February marks the two year anniversary of a friendship and artistic collaboration between artists Jamie Ribisi-Braley and Kim Christensen.” “… they applied as a team for “Community…
Buy online at MagCloud – $25 for print version (you get the digital version FREE); digital version only $4.30. You can also VIEW the entire book at MagCloud! Designed…
8″x10″x100 December 5, 2012 Harlow Gallery “While walking to my car after a meeting last Friday evening in Hallowell I was glad to see that the Harlow Gallery was open….
posted October 8, 2012 on whatbreesees.com “There was a full house at the lovely Harlow Gallery in Hallowell (conveniently close to my house), where poets Ted and Ruth Bookey organize monthly readings. I…
THE EASTERNMOST POTTER IN THE UNITED STATES – CLAY, FIBER, AND OTHER MUSINGS by Shanna Wheelock, Lubec, Maine an excerpt from Extremes on April 8, 2012 “The high points this past…
Harlow Gallery: Hallowell March 19, 2012 Harlow Gallery working with visual art educators Nancy Barron, Program Director at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell has helped to create a connection with local…
posted March 24, 2012 at moldmakingstuff.blogspot.com “… The Protos are dear to our hearts already because they were each cast using ComposiMold products! Don’t miss the chance to adopt one…
March 14, 2012 Youth Art Month Exhibits From Portland to Hallowell to Bangor to Presque Isle Celebrating Youth Art Month with student art exhibits throughout the state. About Argy’s Blog…
natureskeep.wordpress.com by curator Johanna Moore
Visit mainelabormural.blogspot.com to read many other statements, news articles and much more about the Maine Labor Mural. The process for selecting and placing public art is a democratic one, especially…
Visit the Maine Gallery & Studio Guide to listen to an interview with Carlton Plummer! Don’t miss his 50-year retrospective exhibition opening tonight at the Harlow Gallery.
A Matter of Conscience, a juried exhibition of 3-D artwork and sculpture by Maine high school age artists, will be on view at the Harlow Gallery for the last two…
Full details on A Matter of Conscience, a juried show open to all Maine high school aged artists and coming to the Harlow in March 2010, are now available online….
Post from Bill Duffy’s blog, Turnorama on his joint show “Missing Hallowell” with Mike Dworkin. “I’m having a show of my photos at the Harlow Gallery in Maine. It’s a…
Small Movements was reviewed on Micheal Heath’s Christian Civic League blog today: GOVERNOR’S “CREATIVE ECONOMY” PRODUCES GARBAGE CAN IN LOCAL ART GALLERY Here’s our favorite quote: “Although modern art has…
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