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 email@example.com.
Please continue to check our website and our facebook page often for updates as the situation evolves. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate and adapt to the situation, day by day.
Please see below for an updated schedule of upcoming programs.
Thank you to our board president, Helene Farrar and her daughter Olympia, for putting this together – and thank you to our amazing Flora artists: Kathryn SB Davis, Laura Dunn, and Julia Einstein!
We are certainly sad to miss the show this year and we want to thank the students and teachers for all the work they put into the artworks that were supposed to be included in this show.
Art2020 was originally scheduled to be on view May 15-June 20. However, this is subject to change as we are adhering to the State’s instructions and regulations. We will keep you updated as this develops. Artists will be notified if their works were accepted or not by Wednesday, April 22. The notification date has been pushed back as the deadline has also been pushed forward.
MAINE BICENTENNIAL | CALL FOR ART INSPIRED BY ORIGINAL MAINE STATE SEAL
The deadline for submissions has been extended to 11:59pm on May 20th.
HARLOW CRAFT SHOP:
The Harlow Craft Shop recently launched a brand new website + online store! We are continuously working on updating the site with more content so make sure to check back often. We hope you’ll take a couple minutes to peruse our online shop, and head over to the artist profile pages to read about the inspiration, process, and background of the talented makers we represent. We encourage you to support your local artists – their work is sure to add some positivity to your everyday life.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE HARLOW CRAFT SHOP’S NEW WEBSITE + ONLINE STORE
Any workshop tuition fees that have already been paid for classes scheduled during our closure can be refunded, applied to a later workshop, or can be converted into a donation to support the Harlow. No further workshops are currently scheduled at this time.