Join us in historic downtown Hallowell on Saturday, October 29th to experience our 4th biennial Art at Home tour, a unique, self-guided house tour of local residences featuring personal collections, distinctive decor and more.
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“Who Says You’re Not a Poet?, lead by Bob McLaughlin, is on Sunday, October 9 from 2-4pm and is open to all ages and experience levels. “If you think you can’t write poetry, October’s Second Sunday is for you. Forget everything you think you don’t know, and just show up. Can’t spell? Forget it. Not so good with grammar? Forget it. Don’t know any poetic forms? Forget that, too. All you need is your big bag of experiences and unique way of seeing the world. The rest will take care of itself. You might even have fun.” – Bob McLaughlin
The Bookey Readings at the Harlow presents two award-winnng Maine poets, Lee Sharkey and Glenn Morazzini, on Friday, October 21, beginning at 7pm. Refreshments are served and a $3 donation is appreciated at the door to support programming at the Harlow Gallery. Join us!
On Sunday, November 6 at 1pm the Harlow Gallery presents Brunswick writer Paul Betit, who will talk about his new book Let Me Tell A Story. Let Me Tell A Story is quite a departure from the military crime fiction novels Betit has written in the past. A mix of short fiction and memoir, it is a collection of first-person stories that take place over a 60-year period. There will be time for a question and answer session afterward and light refreshments will be served. This event is open to the public with a suggested $3 donation to support Programming at the Gallery.
This event is open to anyone who has volunteered at the Harlow Gallery this past year or is interested in learning about volunteer opportunities. This year’s Volunteer Appreciation Party on Sunday, November 13, from 11-1 at the Daniel Cony Weston House, home of the Elsie & William Viles Foundation in Augusta. RSVP Requested.
November’s Second Sunday event, The Artist’s Book – It’s a Foldable World! lead by Cynthia Ahlstrin, is on November 13 from 2-4 at The Harlow Gallery. Learn to make beautiful multiple page book forms without the use of glue. No book making experience is necessary. All ages welcome.
The Harlow Gallery’s last Second Sunday event of 2016, Snowflakes, lead by Cassie Bouton, is on December 11, 2-4pm. Join us for a peaceful, calming, family-friendly activity amidst a busy and sometimes stressful season. Learn how to make basic cut-outs or more ornate and advanced paper cutting techniques. All ages welcome.
Win a custom painting by Hallowell artist Chris Cart, your choice of a portrait of one or two people, or a painting of a home or business. Tickets are $25 each and only 600 will be sold.
The Bookey Readings At The Harlow invites area poets to come and read their work at the Harlow Gallery on Friday, August 12, 2016. Doors open at 6:30pm for poets to ‘sign in’ to read, with sign up ending promptly at 7pm. All welcome!
August’s Second Sunday event, “Spacial Dynamics and Mandalas: Exploring Space in Movement and Art” takes place Sunday, August 14 from 2-4pm and is lead by Rose Swan and Jeremy Clough.
The Bookey Readings At The Harlow presents four poets who are completely new voices to the Harlow Gallery: Lisa Panepinto, Mark Swiedom, Matt Hopkins, and Dennis Pollock. The public is invited to attend and be inspired by an evening of vibrant spoken word from fresh, new voices. The event is on Friday, July 22 at 7pm.
All are invited to participate in August’s Second Sunday event, “Paper + Scissors = Incredible Paper Cuts” which takes place Sunday, September 11, from 2-4pm and is lead by Leslie A. Miller. Paper cuts are made by young and old almost all over the world. During this 2 hour event participants will investigate many forms of this craft and try various tools and papers.
June’s Second Sunday event, Sacred Dance with expressive arts therapist Maryam Mermey will be held Sunday, June 12th from 2-4pm.
On Sunday, July 10, from 2-4pm, all are invited to create Clay Figures using paper clay with ceramic artist Malley Weber.
On Friday, September 23rd, beginning at 7pm, the Harlow Gallery, opens their doors to poets Tom Lyford, Susann Pelletier, Kevin Sweeney, Marcia Wall Simmons and blue-grass musician, Stan Keach. These five performers will be reading poems and playing music uniquely ‘Maine’. This is the fifth event of the Bookey Readings at the Harlow. This event is open to the public with a $3 donation welcomed at the door.
Weaving Off the Loom with textile artist Jayson Hunt, will be held on Sunday, April 10th from 2-4pm. The public is invited to explore weaving with Jayson and learn simple weaving structures. Play with color and texture as you craft a simple strap, belt or band.
Harlow Gallery invites their artist members to participate in a Fine Arts & Crafts Show during Old Hallowell Day on Saturday, July 16 from 10am-4pm. Space is limited to 6 artists. The deadline to submit applications and booth fee payment ($60) is the end of the business day on Thursday 14th, 2016. First come, first served.
After a another successful and inspiring year of SECOND SUNDAY events, The Harlow Gallery is pleased to announce the fall 2016 line-up of the free community art-related events.
Inner Vision, A Meditative Drawing with art educator Wendy Burton, will be held May 15th, 2-4pm. (Third Sunday to avoid Mother’s Day.) Leave logic behind in favor of your inner self. Starting with a simple mark you’ll begin your meditative journey through an intuitive non-objective drawing.
You are invited to “Take Your Dot For A Walk” with local art educator Helene Farrar. On Sunday, March 13 from 2-4PM we will learn about the Artist Paul Klee while we honor Youth Art Month. You and your child are invited to create some energetic paintings together in an inspiring and educational afternoon!
SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 10-4.
OCT. 28 - DEC. 3, 2016
SEPT. 22 - DEC. 16, 2016
DEADLINE OCT. 22, 6PM
SUNDAY, NOV. 6, 1PM
SUNDAY, NOV. 13, 11AM-1PM
SUNDAY, NOV. 13, 2-4PM
ART DELIVERY: DEC. 3, 12-6PM
SUNDAY, DEC. 11, 2-4PM
ART DELIVERY DEC 18 & 19
DELIVER ART BY JAN. 21 AT 6PM.