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Mckenna and her Camera Exhibit Press Release

The Penobscot Marine Museum and Waterfall Arts Present: The Midcoast Maine Art Scene: 1987 – 2002 An Exhibition of Rare Photographs and Iconic Artworks Belfast — June 5, 2024 — In collaboration with the Penobscot Marine Museum, Waterfall Arts, located at 256 High Street, Belfast, Maine, is delighted to announce the opening of a unique and captivating summer exhibition, “McKenna and Her Camera: The Midcoast Maine Art Scene, 1987 – 2002,” on view from June 27 to September 2, 2024, and showcasing Peggy McKenna’s previously unexhibited photographs of nationally known artists who made Maine’s midcoast their creative haven beginning in the late 1950s. McKenna’s work—alongside paintings, sculptures, and quilts—reveals a recent chapter in Maine’s long history of attracting artists. This exhibit also pairs two visual art realms: never-before-shown photographs of nationally known artists alongside works by the artists themselves.  “McKenna and Her Camera” embodies an extraordinary opportunity for collaboration between two pivotal cultural institutions in midcoast Maine. Drawing on the extensive photographic collections of the Penobscot Marine Museum and the artistic connections of Waterfall Arts, the exhibition brings together a large team of artists and community members throughout the region. While midcoast Maine is brimming with creative talent in all

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Here is Magic Info Map

‘Here Is Magic’ Mural Map with Artist Info Scroll down to learn more about the mural project and participating artists. This modular 33-panel mural design, using a hive of hexagons,

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FALL EXHIBITIONS AT WATERFALL ARTS:

A Celebration of Local Creativity and International Connection  Waterfall Arts is thrilled to host a double exhibition this fall : ‘HOMEGROWN: DENIZEN EXHIBITION’ and ‘SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED: AN INTERNATIONAL MAIL

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An Invitation to Play

What was formally called “The Hive,” now “Community Art Time,” nurtures space for community development and creative play time for adults.

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