The Harlow Gallery announces that SECOND SUNDAYS, their series of free community art-related events has events scheduled through the end of 2017 and plans to continue the series into 2018 as well. Mark your calendars and look forward to a variety of activities on the second Sunday of every month from 2-4PM at the Harlow Gallery. These events are FREE and open to the public. Some materials are provided, but participants are encouraged to bring their own as well.
These events are opportunities to both try something new and sharpen old skills. They are open to everyone; from beginners to professional artists and everyone in between. SECOND SUNDAYS brings artists and art lovers together to enjoy the process of making art as well as looking at and discussing it. Most events are family-oriented, and all ages are welcome. Children under 10 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
The Harlow Gallery’s Education Committee organizes and hosts SECOND SUNDAYS, their monthly series of free community art-making events which is lead by volunteer presenters and is sponsored by, Camden National Bank.
Donations and sponsors to support gallery programs like Second Sundays are welcome. The Harlow Gallery is a 501(c)3, membership-based nonprofit – your gift is fully tax deductible in accordance with current tax law. If you have an idea for a future Second Sunday event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming SECOND SUNDAY events in 2017:
Sunday, July 9th, 2-4PM: Paper Cut Painting, lead by Gayle Chung
Create beautiful pieces of art with paper. Play with shapes, colors, and textures using cut paper to make art. Explore the versatility of paper and breaking the boundaries of the 2D surface.
Sunday, August 13th, 2-4PM: Poetry, lead by Claire Hersom
“What’s in a SECOND SUNDAY poetry event? Laughter, camaraderie, thought, beauty, creativity, discovery. Come join the fun with poet Claire Hersom and let your inner poet speak.
Sunday, September 10th, 2-4PM: Creative Writing, lead by Mathew Scease
Mathew will start off with some very short, structured writing exercises, then provide prompts and ideas so that you can spend the bulk of the time writing on your own. The event will end with sharing of participant’s work (not mandatory) and reflection on the creative process. Bring something to write with, either pen and paper or a computer. (Optional) bring a favorite piece of writing to share aloud for inspiration.
Sunday, October 8th, 2-4PM: Quilling, lead by Louise Poirier Stickney
Join Louise Poirier Stickney in exploring the art of quilling, which consists of curling narrow strips of paper into circles. Form the circles into various shapes and use those shapes to create flowers, snowflakes, pictures, 3-D creations, and more.
Sunday, November 12th, 2-4PM: The Art of Colored Pencils, lead by Janice Norton
This event will teach participants how to use colored pencils in different ways, to achieve new levels of depth and feeling. Discover how to layer colors, add different types of pencils and mediums to create texture, depth, and liveliness. Colored pencils are an exciting medium; using them takes time and patience, but the result is very rewarding.
Sunday, December 10th, 2-4PM: Ken Linaberry Memorial Beading Session, lead by Tonya Gorman
Honoring the memory of the late Ken Linaberry, participants have the opportunity to use beads from his collection which were kindly donated to the Gallery to create their own beaded items. This Second Sunday session will feature a demo of simple beading tools, supplies and techniques. A simple and fun beaded project will be featured. This beading session is also great chance to create handmade gifts in time for the holidays.