Harpswell Radio Project, Inc. is an organization formed by several Harpswell residents to establish a public access, educational, non-commercial broadcast low-power FM facility for the Harpswell, Maine Community.
WCME is a radio station on which the key word is "LOCAL". Local news, local weather reports, local sports,and local personalities. In-depth coverage of local events, If a dog or cat is lost, WCME will help find it. If it is going on in your block, it's going on WCME. It's Radio 9 WCME--at 900AM.
Summers of study, collaboration and performance The Festival brings renowned artist instructors, performers and gifted pre-professional classical musicians from around the world to beautiful Bowdoin College for six weeks of intensive chamber music study, collaboration, and performance.
New England Regional Theater Company seeks to foster the development of our students throughout their entire education. Our teaching community is made up of a group of talented and creative professionals, who are passionate about creating the best Community Theater in the Mid-Coast Area. New England Regional Theater Company offers the tools and support necessary for our students to reach their full potential.
ArtVan is a mobile arts therapy organization whose mission is to provide a creative and collaborative environment to encourage youth who have little or no arts access to fully express their imaginations, relationships and experiences within themselves, among their peers and across our communities.
The best in high content motion pictures Eveningstar showcases high quality Hollywood, foreign and independent film, plus special events, such as piano-accompanied silent movie presentations and Academy Award night celebrations. The cozy theater, including conventional seating and comfortable couches, can be rented for parties or meetings.
Band Camp is an annual music and art festival presented by Gruvenwood, featuring bands from many genres, artists, camping and good times. 2017 marks our 8th year! We're excited about this year's location, Thomas Point Beach, and additional days of music, art and camping. This is a family friendly event. Kids 12 and under are free and we will have a kids activity area. 2 nights camping and 3 days at beautiful Thomas Point Beach are included with ticket price.
Colorful, evocative landscapes in oils invite you in and ask you to stay.
Frank Brockman Gallery
The Frank Brockman Gallery exhibits the work of authentic and committed abstract artists from Maine and elsewhere.
Studio 48 offers instruction in Dance, Singing/Voice, Violin, Piano, Theater, Musical Theater, Glee Clubs, Independent Filming and Pageant Consultation. Feel free to look around our site. If you need help with any information or clarification, email us for more information. We look forward to helping you with your performing arts journey!
A Distinguished and comprehensive collection. The Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the cornerstone of the arts and culture at Bowdoin, was recently renovated and expanded to better house and display its renowned collection. One of the earliest collegiate art collections in the nation, it came into being through the 1811 bequest of James Bowdoin III of seventy European paintings and a portfolio of 140 master drawings
The mission of the DSQ is to connect audiences to composers and their influences by bringing to life the human context of each score's creation. They achieve this mission through performance, research, discussion, insight, varied style ,themed programs, education, and youth access.
The Moving Company is a supportive, creative environment where dancers receive quality instruction. We encourage self-expression, dedication, and passion for dance. There is a dance inside everyone… Come dance with us!
Collage and mixed media Former lawyer Lundquist creates work that is one part representational and nine parts abstract. She concentrates on mixed media collage, with its intriguing layers and many levels of complexity and abstract design. What evolves has an architectural quality: some recognizable images, no specific reality; each piece a new perception.
Capturing the beauty of creation through photography.
Currently the Museum and Gardens are open Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sundays from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. We have a great exhibit room that displays information on the timeline for the life of the base, the aircraft, the mission, base life and the squadrons. We have a few artifacts on display as well. The flight simulator is fully operational. Come in and fly any of the planes that were stationed here or a considerable list of other aircraft. Even a Blue Angel F-18 Hornet. See if you've got what it takes to fly a solo airshow at NAS Brunswick.
We use the lessons of the Nazi Holocaust and other genocides to combat prejudice and discrimination in Maine and beyond. We encourage individuals and communities to reflect and act upon their ethical and moral responsibilities in our modern world.
MSMT is the premier professional music theatre in the State of Maine. Now in our 58th year, MSMT has a national reputation among theatre professionals as THE resident stock theatre company to work in during the summer. MSMT is the second largest performing arts organization in the state, playing to audiences totaling over 58,000 through the course of a three-month summer season. We have 96 performances in a 4-show main stage season.
Experience the Joy of Fine Art From landscape to seascape to still life, we offer our clients beautiful original paintings by New England's finest and most renowned artists. The artists we represent span the spectrum from contemporary American Impressionists to Realists.
Historic site museums and fascinating collections The Pejepscot Historical Society serves the Pejepscot region of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, Maine. Established in 1888, it is one of Maine's oldest historical organizations, maintaining a comprehensive research collection and three museums: The Pejepscot Museum, The Skolfield-Whittier House Museum, and The Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
The Theater Project was founded in 1971 as a non-profit community-based theater in Brunswick, Maine. For over 40 years we have provided innovative, entertaining performances, designed programming for members of our community with special needs, and taught theater to thousands of children from Maine to the Middle East and beyond. The Theater Project is committed to offering the community stimulating performances that encourage audiences and participants to think and feel; to laugh and cry. We are equally committed to an educational program that enables participants to take risks, to discover their creative spirit while problem solving and working together, and to take responsibility for what they accomplish.
Oil paintings of Harpswell and the Midcoast painted in a modern Maine style by Matt Barter. Modern sculptures and wood reliefs.
The Oratorio Chorale is an independent organization of singers, which promotes the choral arts in mid-coast Maine. Its members seek personal musical growth and the joy of making music together. Under professional direction, they are committed to presenting public performances of the highest quality through diligent preparation and the best available musical resources.
Providing arts experiences in the community and classrooms of Brunswick since 1980 AAE brings teaching artists to Brunswick's elementary school classrooms to provide unique, curriculum- oriented workshops. Additionally, we produce free concerts, exhibits and bake sales. Our annual fundraiser, 10x10 Brunswick, happens every fall and garners critical statewide acclaim with more than 100 artists participating and more than 300 works of art on exhibit. Finally, in collaboration with Spindleworks, Arts Are Elementary hosts Brunswick's annual All Species Parade every spring
Come in ... go beyond The combination eatery, cinema, gallery, and meeting place was designed to be a travelers crossroads a cultural intersection of stories and ideas inspired by its owners world travels. In this spectacular space overlooking the Androscoggin River, partake of food made with fresh, simple, local ingredients and explore film and art inspired by the world.
Creating art, dispelling stereotypes Spindleworks is a non profit art center for adults with disabilities and part of Independence Association. Over 35 artists attend the program, and create beautiful and unique works of art. Our store and gallery showcase the work, including drawings and paintings, weaving, sculpture, pottery, poetry and more. Artists receive 75% of the price of any sale. The onsite studios are open to the public to visit during business hours.
Brunswick Maine artist/activist Mary Becker Weiss has worked for many years as an advocate for victims of domestic violence, to facilitate support groups in Hospice's Grieving Children's Program, and most recently as a TimeSlips facilitator who works with creative storytellers who have dementia and varying levels of cognitive ability. Through the years Mary's art work in mixed media and assemblage has been a powerful tool for self expression, emancipation and empowerment.
"Where memories are preserved, emotions are stirred"
Community non-profit organization that encourages individuals to come and tell their unique stories or little know facts of the village of Brunswick.
14 Unique Perspectives Points of View Art Gallery is located at 18 Pleasant Street in the Brunswick Business Center. The 14 artists present a new show each month from May through October with longer exhibits during the rest of the year. Stop in Monday through Friday (9 am to 5 pm), or join us for the Second Friday Artwalk.
Inspiring and promoting quality public art that captures the spirit, values, and visions of our diverse community
For over 30 years, Gallery Framing has served the Brunswick community with quality framing workmanship. Our skilled, friendly staff will recommend the appropriate materials and techniques to transform and preserve your sentimental treasures. Also coming soon: The Art Corner Gallery & Gift shop
"We Make Treasured Moments Last"
Arctic exploration artifacts -- and polar bears Collections include Arctic exploration gear, natural history specimens, and art and anthropological material, produced primarily by the Inuit cultures of Labrador and Greenland. Also, large holdings of historic and anthropological photographs and films and a formidable collection of stuffed walruses, polar bears and seals.
A visit to Castle Tucker offers a glimpse into the everyday life of Mollie and Richard Tucker and their five children at the turn of the twentieth century. With three generations of family possessions on view, Castle Tucker is a time capsule that echoes with the voices of a remarkable Maine family. Please visit nearby Nickels-Sortwell House.