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Here is Magic: Public Art Unveiling and Reception

September 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT


The installation of a new public art piece on the Waterfall Arts’ building is a way for the community arts center to offer something beautiful and thought-provoking to the public while highlighting our mission of connecting people with the power of art whether they choose to enter our building or not. The mural’s theme is a nod to Waterfall Arts’ long history of collaboration between artists and its foundational understanding of the innate value that the arts brings to a place. It will tell a story that links the exterior of the building to the ongoing activity on the interior, while bringing color and visual interest to the center.

Over thirty local artists are set to participate by completing individual reflective narratives on the theme of home. When joined together, these panels will form a whole; a creative placemaking that will highlight and celebrate the natural assets of Midcoast Maine. Waterfall Arts is an active home, a nest, an incubator for the fine arts, a hive of energy and inspiration for the entirety of the Midcoast and beyond.


Kirk Linder, Deborah Jellison, Christina Barstow, Allegra Kuhn, Elizabeth Moore, Sally Stanton, Marjorie Arnett, Liz Kalloch, Tara Morin, Victoria Barnes, Willy Reddick, Annadeene Fowler, Sam Maheu, Devon Kelley-Yurdin with Lilah Akin, Abbie Read, Heidi Reader, David Estey, Libby Sipe, Emily Sabino, Karen Jelenfy, MJ Viano Crowe, Nell Parker, Amy Lowry, Ruby Day, Julie Crane, Lesia Sochor, Paul Valentine, Ashley Megquire, Kelly Desrosiers, Barbara Sullivan, and Stew Henderson.

Please join us for an exciting unveiling ceremony and reception. Free and open to the public. 

Here is Magic Reception

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September 8
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
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Belfast, ME 04915 United States
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Waterfall Arts COVID-19 Update

Following CDC recommendations and guidelines, Waterfall Arts will no longer require masking, proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID test for patrons, students, or visitors to attend classes, openings or any events at the Waterfall Arts building