Harlow Art Educators

The goal of the Harlow Gallery Education Committee is to foster creativity by supporting the Harlow Gallery’s mission to connect and celebrate art, artists and community, through educational partnerships with the community.

Programs that fall under the umbrella of the Education Committee include:

ArtTalks: A monthly presentation featuring artists, authors, poets, talking about their work or giving demonstrations or hands-on workshops.  ArtTalks are open to the public with a $3.00 donation suggested.  Please contact us if you are interested in giving an ArtTalk, or if you have ideas about future ArtTalks you’d like to see.

Use of Space: Workshops-one time events, series or ongoing groups can be hosted at the Harlow for a reasonable rate. Proceeds support programming at the Harlow Gallery.

Young at Art Exhibition Series: during “National Youth Art Month” in March. Exhibitions and special events include Higher Forms of Art – an exhibition of high school artists, Young at Art featuring art by local K-8th Grade and more.

Internship Program: Offered with different concentrations to area college students who apply for consideration.

Critique Events: Participants give and receive feedback on their work and others. Open to the public, $3.00 donation suggested.

Art Movie Nights: featuring movies relating to the arts, ranging from Maine’s own “Maine Masters Series” to international art films, discussion encouraged. Free and open to the public.

Art Educators Initiative: A group for area art educators who meet monthly to network and to share resources, ideas, inspiration, solutions to challenges and more.  Visit their blog site: http://www.harlowarteducators.org/

 For more information about these programs, please contact Nancy Barron Program Director at  kvaa@harlowgallery.org or 207 622-3813