Carly Glovinski’s show at Carroll and Sons was recently reviewed on WBOR’s art blog
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, and Shoshannah White was awarded a grant from the Kindling Fund for her street art initiative. Info here.
Lucinda Bliss has a solo show at Common Street Arts, in Waterville, Maine. Tracking the Border
includes installation, drawing, and a series of limited edition photographs. Exhibition Dates: January 11 – February 25. Lucinda will give an artist talk there on Thursday, February 23, 5pm.
Maia Snow will have new work in Portland’s Vestibule Gallery, opening on March 3. Maia has been making some fantastic new work and was recently gushing about the transformative effects of her week at Hewnoaks last summer. http://maiasnow.com/
Sarah Baldwin has some new work to share in Portland opening First Friday at Urban Dwellings on Congress St.
Douglas W. Milliken aka Milk St. Peter & the Unknown Knowns has a new album download that generates proceeds for the ACLU.
Chris Patch will be leading a two-part workshop on building large-scale puppets and masks to be used in an upcoming rally in Portland on April 15th. The workshop is part of Get Ready Weekly and takes place at Mayo St. Arts in Portland.