Looking for Art2020, our 25th Annual Juried Show? Click here: www.theharlow.org/post/art2020 The Harlow is excited to present Art2020, their 25th Annual Juried Show. This year’s show has moved online and can be visited virtually through June 21, 2020 (see below). 31 works of art by 30 artists were selected by juror Erin Hutton to be […]
The Harlow is currently closed as guided by the recommendations of state and federal health authorities in order to keep our staff and community safe in the face of COVID-19. The gallery, craft shop, and office are closed to the public. Staff can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please continue to check our website and our facebook page often for updates as the situation evolves.
The Harlow congratulates Camille Davidson of Readfield – winner of People’s Choice Award for Art2019, The Harlow’s 24th Annual Juried Show! Gallery visitors were invited to vote for their favorite work of art during Art2019 and was chosen by popular vote at the conclusion of exhibition. The People’s Choice Award $100 cash prize was sponsored by Veterinarian Judith Herman, […]
The Harlow has announced the award-winning artists for Art2019, the 24th annual juried art show on view at 100 Water Street in Hallowell now through June 15, 2019. Hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6pm. The Harlow’s annual juried show is a tradition that draws artists to Hallowell from all over the state. This year’s juror is Myron […]
MONDAY, MAY 20, 5:30-7PM
The Harlow, home of the Kennebec Valley Art Association, is excited to welcome Gretchen Marion as their new executive director. Gretchen has over 20 years of experience in management, marketing, fundraising, and finance. She is former executive director of the Submarine Force Library and Museum Association, a nonprofit educational foundation which provides marketing, fundraising, exhibit […]
The Harlow (Kennebec Valley Art Association) is seeking an independent and creative chief executive to lead our member driven, community-based nonprofit and advance our mission to connect and celebrate art, artists and community. The Harlow is owned by the Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA), a membership-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in Augusta in 1958. The […]
The Harlow is taking a short hiatus from our workshop series. The break will begin in April after our Figure Drawing Workshop and we anticipate to resume our regular scheduling of classes in early Summer. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out at 207-622-3813 or email@example.com. Meanwhile, if you are an […]
Dear KVAA Supporter, In recognition of your role as a key part of The Harlow, I wanted to share with you that Deb Fahy has informed the KVAA Board that she will be leaving the organization early this summer. Deb said, “My time at The Harlow has been a wonderfully rewarding experience as we’ve built […]
Pictured: Carved wooden spoons by Rusted Pulchritude The Harlow Craft shop first launched on March 7th, 2018. To celebrate our one year anniversary we are offering 10% off yourr purchase from the Harlow Craft Shop March 6-9, 2019. Hours are 12-6pm. The Harlow Craft Shop offers a curated selection of locally handcrafted items for sale including […]
I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work for The Harlow, but will be moving on to a new position. To all the amazing artists, members, volunteers and patrons who make The Harlow such a special place, thank you! Lastly, a big thank you to Deb and Allison, so proud of the […]
This Valentine’s Day give your loved one the gift of art! Harlow gift certificates are the perfect gift; both versatile and personal (what’s more personal than art?) They can be used to to experience art many different ways: purchase fine art or craft, attending a workshop, membership dues, and more. Gift certificates can be purchased […]
The Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA) recently received two grants to sustain and develop an expanded art workshop program to educate and enrich the public while building organizational capacity, including $4,000 from the Expansion Arts program of the Maine Community Foundation and $2,000 from the Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust.
Dear Friend of the Harlow, Thanks to you and to a very special community of supporters and new friends, we have had an outstanding year. Over the last twelve months, The Harlow has been through growth, change and milestones. We want to take a moment to THANK YOU – the Gallery’s patrons, members, and supporters […]
A small taste of the wonderful variety of locally handmade items available in the Harlow Craft Shop this season.
Bidding now open!
Friday, October 26 5-7:30pm. Location announced to ticket holders only.
*We will be closed Sunday, September 16.
*We will be open Sunday, September 23.
*After that we will no longer be open on Sundays and will resume regular hours Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm.
Now open Tuesdays 6:30-8:30pm for Rock on the River outdoor concert series.
The Harlow recently relocated to a larger building after 55 years in our original space in downtown historic Hallowell. Because art is for everyone, this grassroots campaign will raise funds to install a wheelchair lift to the main gallery.