“My time at Hewnoaks was incredible both for my work and for my frame of mind in general. Having time to truly just focus on what you’re passionate about is irreplaceable, and the beauty and seclusion of Hewnoaks seems just about the perfect place for it.”

Give to Hewnoaks

Gifts to Hewnoaks Artist Colony support our mission to promote and encourage the development of emerging and mid-career artists of all kinds, including visual artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers, performing artists, and curators, by providing an exquisite natural environment in which to consider, imagine and create.

Your generosity allows us to continue to provide free residencies to more than 50 artists each season. We deeply appreciate any and all contributions. Thank you very much in advance.

Checks may be sent to:

Hewnoaks Artist Colony
PO Box 15052
Portland, ME 04112

If you would like to transfer appreciated stock, please contact Executive Director Nat May at info@hewnoaks.org for the DCT and account numbers for our brokerage account.

Contribute today!
Hewnoaks is a 501(c)3 non­profit organization. All donations are fully tax­-deductible as charitable contributions. Our tax ID number is 46-4508441.

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Donation Total: $1,000.00

Thank you to these donors who contributed since May 1, 2020

Alexandra Anderson
Betterment Fund
Judy Blume and George Cooper

Meghan Brady and Gideon Bok
Robert Bywater
Byron and Kathryn Calame
Jon Calame and Anna Hepler
David Camlin

John Coleman
Jenna Crowder
Gibson and Renee Fay-LeBlanc
Jessica Gandolf

Greenwold Family Foundation
Diana Greenwold and Logan Puck
Meghan Grumbling
Juliette Guilmette
Caitlin Gutheil
Cyrus Hagge
Leslie Harmon

Stephanie Hastings
Hilary Irons
Anne Isaak
Christi and Justin Lumiere
Nat May
Molly McGrath
Kristine Millard
Shelby Monroe
Glenn Morazzini
Sandell Morse
Kirby Family Foundation
Maine Arts Commission
Yael Reinharz
Lewis Robinson
Rachele Ryan
Emily Sano and Gilson Riecken
The Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation
Pam Ward
Daniel Willett
George and Moira Yip

Funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.