Sunday, March 11, 2-4pm | FREE | All Ages | 100 Water St., Hallowell
March’s SECOND SUNDAY event, Recycled Robots, is lead by Gayle Chung on Sunday, March 11, 2-4pm at 100 Water Street in Hallowell. Participants will build their own robots using recycled materials, and craft supplies. Some materials are provided, but participants have the option to bring their own too. Open to all ages and experience levels. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
SECOND SUNDAYS are community art-related events on the second Sunday of every month from 2-4PM at the Harlow Art Center. These events are free and open to the public. Some materials are provided, but participants are encouraged to bring their own as well. SECOND SUNDAYS are opportunities to both try something new and sharpen old skills – they are open to everyone; beginners and masters alike. SECOND SUNDAYS brings artists and art lovers together to enjoy the process of making art as well as looking at art and discussing it. Most events are perfect for families, and all are welcome.
The Harlow Art Center’s Education Committee organizes and hosts SECOND SUNDAYS, a monthly series of free community art-making events which is led by volunteer presenters and sponsored by Camden National Bank.
Donations and sponsors to support gallery programs like Second Sundays are welcome. The Harlow Art Center 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.
The first four SECOND SUNDAY events of 2018:
Sunday, January 14, 2-4PM: Personal Identity Clay Sculpture with Rachel Hamlin (the event is now full)
Sunday, February 11, 2-4PM: Pencil Drawing: A Different Kind of Self-Portrait with Wendy Burton
Sunday, March 11, 2-4PM: Recycled Robots with Gayle Chung
Sunday, April 8, 2-4PM: Nature Journaling with Andrea Lani
The Harlow Art Center, located in downtown historic Hallowell is home to the Kennebec Valley Art Association, a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in central Maine since 1963.
Programs at the Harlow Art Center are funded in part by a Partnership Grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and by a generous gift from the Roxanne Quimby Foundation, Inc.