We're excited to see this Marsden Hartley show, co-curated by past juror Elizabeth Finch. "He spent three summers at Center Lovell, from 1902 to 1904, living for a time in a cabin at Hewnoaks, then a seasonal art community and now the home of an artist residency program. 'The moon is shining so perfectly bright,' he wrote to a friend, 'and the mountains stand out in somber grayness.'" ... See MoreSee Less
Technically speaking, Marsden Hartley wasn't one of our program participants (he passed away about 70 years before we started), but he did spend time at Hewnoaks in the early 1900s and made paintings such as this one overlooking Kezar Lake.
You can join this art tradition by applying to our summer residency program. Have questions about whether you're a good fit or how our program works? Read through our Frequently Asked Questions to help decide if Hewnoaks is the right place for you. Still have a question? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you out.
Application deadline is midnight, Saturday March 4, 2017. Apply here. ... See MoreSee Less
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Clint Fulkerson's new show "Fluid Geometry" opens at the USM AREA Gallery at the Woodbury Campus Center in Portland, Thursday Feb. 2 5-7pm.
Get Ready Weekly, an artist led series of events and actions, has involved Hewnoaks alumni Hilary Irons and Marieke Van der Steenhoven. The next event will be led by Jenna Crowder / The Chart, on Tuesday Feb. 7.
Anne Buckwalter was awarded an Emerging Artist Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.
Carly Glovinski's show at Carroll and Sons was recently reviewed on WBOR's art blog.
Bernard Myers has a new show in Rochester, NY, including work created last summer at Hewnoaks.
Jordan Kendall Parks was awarded a grant from the Kindling Fund for an outdoor art exhibition that will take place on Chebeague Island this summer.
Shoshannah White was awarded a grant from the Kindling Fund for her street art initiative. ... See MoreSee Less