Saturday, October 14, 2017 beginning at 5pm | Vaughan Homestead
You are invited to join artists and farmers participating in Harlow Gallery’s CSA II: Community Supporting Arts project for an evening celebrating the project, which matched 13 artists with 13 CSA farms across Maine. Pack a picnic and your picnic blanket for an evening of music, film and art.
Click here for more info about Vaughan Homestead, located at 2 Litchfield Road in Hallowell.
Alternate venue in case of rain: Harlow 2.0, 100 Water Street
Tickets are $5 in advance or $10 at the gate. Entry limited to the first 100 people. Advance tickets are strongly recommended.
Hallowell Gets Petty will kick off the evening starting at 5pm with the music of Tom Petty. Hallowell all star musicians Roger Sampson guitar/vocals, Joel Amsden guitar/vocals, Steve Vellani Bass/vocals, Justin Maxwell Keys/vocals. Brian Hodgeman drums. Hallowell Gets Petty will be playing instruments crafted by band member Joel Amsden of “Kennebec Instrument and Amplifier” located at 2 Bangor Street in Augusta kennebecinstrument.com
The band will be followed by the debut screening of a short (12-15 minutes) film by Tim Ouillette at 6:30pm. Ouillette will speak briefly about the film and process. He was matched with Hancock Family Farm in Casco.
Nick Runco’s projection art will be featured on structures at the Homestead beginning at dusk. Runco was matched with the CSA farm at Kennebec Community College in Hinckley.
5pm: doors open, band starts, set up your picnic and enjoy the music and grounds
at dusk: Nick Runco’s projections begin running on the barn
6:30pm: film screening: Tim Ouillette
Bonus: Bonfire and lawn games!
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