The Harlow Gallery’s Annual Silent Art Auction returns February 3-13
- FEBRUARY 3-13 Annual Silent Art Auction 2016
- FEBRUARY 14, 2-4PM SECOND SUNDAYS: Paper Jewelry 2/14
- February 20- March 19 13th Annual Young at Art Exhibition
- March 4 - April 2, 2016 Higher Forms of Art at UMA’s Richmond Gallery
- MARCH 13, 2-4PM SECOND SUNDAYS: “Take Your Dot For A Walk” 3/13
- St Patrick's Day, March 17 7-8:30pm St Patrick’s Day Irish Music Concert 2016
- MARCH 25 - APRIL 30 Altered
- Deadline April 1, 2016 by 11pm Call for Artists: 21st Annual Juried Show
- Deadlines: April 1 & October 1 Call for Artists: propose an exhibition at the Harlow
- APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 4 Call for Artists/Artisans: Marketplace at Augusta Fair Returns!
- April 11, 6:30-8pm 57th Annual Meeting of the KVAA
- DEADLINE JULY 25 BY 11PM Call for Art: Fine Print
- JULY 29 - SEPT. 3 Rocks & Eggs: Tom Gaines and Gail Savitz
- APPLICATIONS DUE SEPT. 1ST Call for Artists and Farmers: CSA II
Paper Jewelry lead by visual artists Margo Ogden and Claudia Brahms, will take place on Valentines Day, Sunday, February 14th, 2-4PM. Make a little something for your Valentine.
25 area elementary and middle schools will have student work on display for Young at Art February 20- March 19, 2016
Supported this year by a grant from the Oak Grove School Foundation and by sponsors Eaton Peabody , Kents Hill School and Rosemary & Ish. Pictured: “Imagination” by Katie Sprague, grade 11, Kents Hill School (detail)
You are invited to “Take Your Dot For A Walk” with local art educator Helene Farrar. On Sunday, March 13 from 2-4PM we will learn about the Artist Paul Klee while we honor Youth Art Month. You and your child are invited to create some energetic paintings together in an inspiring and educational afternoon!
The Harlow Gallery, located in downtown Hallowell, is seeking a gallery manager. The Gallery Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management and implementation of monthly exhibitions, programs and services of…
2016 Exhibition Season at the Harlow Gallery, 160 Water Street in Hallowell, Maine
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31 December, 2015
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10 December, 2015
Partners in the Arts
Four creative bakers won prizes at gingerbread house contest at the Harlow on December 12th.
Out in the Community
Supported this year by a grant from the Oak Grove School Foundation and by sponsors Eaton Peabody , Kents Hill School and Rosemary & Ish. Pictured: "Imagination" by Katie Sprague, grade 11, Kents Hill School (detail)
Ongoing at the Harlow
Figure Drawing Group – most Sundays 7-9 pm Serious artists welcome to draw from the human figure. Beginners welcome. There is no instruction, just the opportunity to draw with fellow...
Calls for Artists
Please check back regularly, dates are subject to change.
Thank you for supporting the Arts!
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Levey, Wagley & Putman appreciates the value of supporting the arts. They are sponsoring two community oriented group exhibitions at the Harlow Gallery in 2016: Art2016, our 10th annual juried art show…
The board, staff and membership of the Harlow Gallery truly appreciate Kennebec Savings Bank’s long-standing commitment to supporting the arts and cultural resources of central Maine.
A thousand thank yous to Rosemary & Ish for helping the Harlow Gallery connect & celebrate art, artists and community, and for supporting Higher Forms of Art in 2016. January 2016
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Because it takes a community, “Transforming Violence II” has been made possible by co-sponsors Laflin & Wolfington Realty and Pinnacle Tree.
“It Takes a Community: Transforming Violence II” will take place in October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month) at the Harlow Gallery. Using the power of art, the exhibition will voice a…
Levey, Wagley & Putman, P.A. is a full service law firm in Winthrop, Maine, serving Maine people and businesses, with a focus on elder law, estate planning, probate and special needs trusts.
Harlow Gallery awarded a $3,000 Organizational Development grant by the Maine Arts Commission.
Thank you to Ray Vallee and his staff at Combined Benefits United for sponsoring “Traces: Vanishing Landscapes”, on view August 28-September 19, 2015 at the Harlow Gallery. Founded in 2000 by a long-time agent,…
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Thank you Chris & Ray Vallee! The Vallee Brothers are proud sponsors of The Best Gallery in Maine‘s 2015 exhibition season – Season Sponsors make exhibitions and other events possible at the…
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Thank you to The Mendall Financial Group LLC and Levey, Wagley & Putman, P.A. for co-sponsoring Fired Up, our August 2015 ceramic show.
The KVAA recently received a $4,200 grant from the Kay E. Dopp Fund of the Maine Community Foundation in support of “It Takes a Community: Transforming Violence II”.
Thank you to McKee Billings Attorneys of Augusta, and to Mike Seitzinger & Maria Cusick of August, for sponsoring The Harlow Aviary in July!
The Portland-based Quimby Family Foundation recently awarded a grant of $10,000 to the Kennebec Valley Art Association for operational support of the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell. The Kennebec Valley Art Association…
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Hallowell, Maine — The Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA) recently received a $2,400 grant from the ME Expansion Art Fund of the Maine Community Foundation to support the second year…
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Harlow Gallery receives grant from the Maine Community Foundation to celebrate 25 years of land conservation
Press Release – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hallowell, Maine — The Harlow Gallery recently received a $4,060 grant from the Maine Community Foundation to support an art exhibition in October 2014 in celebration of the 25th…
Dirigo Capital Advisors and Augusta East are sponsoring two shows we are presenting in partnership with the Kennebec Land Trust. Both exhibitions celebrate remarkable milestones in central Maine’s history of land…
The Harlow Gallery has been a key factor in shaping Hallowell’s unique sense of place for decades.
Liberty Graphics of Liberty and Monkitree of Gardiner co-sponsored Choosings: David Estey, Harold Garde and Kathleen Florance, August 2014.
We are grateful to Levey, Wagley & Putman, P.A. and The Mendall Financial Group LLC for co-sponsoring Critic’s Choice, an art exhibition curated by Maine Sunday Telegram arts writer Dan…
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FEBRUARY 14, 2-4PM
February 20- March 19
March 4 - April 2, 2016
MARCH 13, 2-4PM
St Patrick's Day, March 17 7-8:30pm
MARCH 25 - APRIL 30
Deadline April 1, 2016 by 11pm
Deadlines: April 1 & October 1
APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 4
April 11, 6:30-8pm
DEADLINE JULY 25 BY 11PM
JULY 29 - SEPT. 3
APPLICATIONS DUE SEPT. 1ST