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October 19, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PMFree
We are inviting the community to drop by and experience ALL that we do throughout the building! Stop by and see all that your community art center has to offer. There will be free art making activities for all ages, studio tours, and more!
WATERFALL ARTS OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
There will be activities in all of our Community Studios – the Print Studio, Clay Studio, Photo Darkroom, and the Bridge Studio (home to our many youth programs). The Waterfall Arts Life Drawing group, the longest running life drawing group in the area, will be set up with a costumed model.
The Clifford Gallery and Corridor Gallery will be open for viewing STORYFORMS: Immersive Media Selections from the 2019 Camden International Film Festival and CONFLUENCE: Visual stories from the Village Canoe Project.
Many of our studio tenants (which include artists, musicians, and teachers) will be opening up their studios to showcase their work/highlight their programs, too!
Waterfall Arts was founded in 2000 as the Arts Center at Kingdom Falls on an expansive 11-acre rustic site in Montville, Maine. Founders and area artists came together to offer local arts experiences for all ages and skill levels inspired by the natural beauty of the woods, streams, ponds, and waterfalls on site. In 2005, the Mayor and City Council of Belfast, looking to re-purpose the 1930s Governor Anderson Elementary school building, encouraged the organization to expand from Montville and establish a year-round arts center. In 2006, Waterfall Arts officially opened its doors in downtown Belfast. Now the most comprehensive non-profit community arts center in midcoast Maine, Waterfall Arts offers resources to students, professionals, and arts enthusiasts of all ages, including exhibitions, art classes and workshops, events, performances, open community studios, public art projects, and long-term studio space to artists and teachers.