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Amy Peters Wood of Georgetown, Maine won the People’s Choice Award by popular vote at the conclusion of Art2014, the 19th annual juried art show at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, where…
photo credit: Allison McKeen The Harlow Gallery proudly announces award-winning artists for Art2014, on view at the Harlow Gallery now through May 31, 2014. The Harlow Gallery’s annual juried show (now in…
Michael Hudak, Nancy Barron and Nancy Bixler (left to right) pose for a selfie with Andy Verzosa (at right) after judging Art2014 On Tuesday AndyVerzosa judged “Art2014” our 19th annual juried art exhibition. 32 works of art by…
Ten artists from eight Maine high schools earn awards for excellence in ceramics. Augusta, Maine – The Harlow Gallery / Kennebec Valley Art Association is currently presenting an exhibition of ceramic art by…
Brooks Harlow visited the Harlow Gallery last in 2011. Pictured here with Harlow staff Nancy Barron, Deborah Fahy & Nancy Bixler. A great and generous soul has left us. Mr….
Fertile Ground “Robust at 51, the Harlow Gallery expands its reach with an exhibit focusing on the human body.” by Edgar Allen Beem Read it in the April 2014 issue…
We had a full house on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2014. Many thanks to Adam Soosman for organizing a wonderful evening, and to fellow musicians Seth Pilsbury and William…
Our first Art-a-thon on Saturday, March 1, 2014 raised $1,672 in support of Young at Art, exceeding our goal by $172 so far .. pledges are still trickling in! Kudos and…
Executive Director Deb Fahy Back to Part-Time Status for Medical Reasons — March 3, 2014 update Deb Fahy is back to part-time status for the next 4-6 months while she undergoes chemo-therapy…
December 11 Hallowell’s Harlow Gallery gets full-time director Fresh off its 50th anniversary, the downtown gallery gets a donation that gives its executive director more hours. By Michael Shepherd HALLOWELL —…
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…
Click here to download the newsletter for November-December 2013 Thanks to our volunteer newsletter editor, Keith Peters of the Community Advertiser in Farmingdale!
photos by Allison McKeen Thank you to everyone who attended our gala event in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell! It was a…
During Hallowell’s Annual Fall Festival the Harlow Gallery got (yarn) bombed! On Saturday, October 12 early in the morning the gallery was decorated by some avid knitters led by Nina…
UMA arts professor Susan Bickford is leading a project to create 14 four foot square portraits of Maine CSA farmers, made collaboratively by 200 central Maine art students and their…
Update with pictures! Our Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast took place on a rainy Sunday morning, but that did not stop the fun. Our friends at Vaughan Homestead graciously opened the house…
Chris Cart unplugged, Cart’s solo exhibition at the Harlow September 2013 is featured on the cover of artscope magazine out of Boston! Cart Unplugged by Taryn Plumb “Shaded by a parasol,…
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…
Thanks to our volunteer newsletter editor, Keith Peters of the Community Advertiser in Farmingdale! Click here to download our newsletter for July – September 2013.
THROUGH OCT. 30
OCT. 19 - NOV. 24
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SUN. NOV. 11 & 18. 10AM-1PM
SUN. NOV. 11, 2-4PM
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