Summer Camp: Painters Delight Monday, July 19 – Friday, July 23, 2021 9:00AM - 3:00PM Facepaint, murals, plein air watercolors in the park and more! You're going to want to wear your messy clothes this week. As usual, we'll have games, picnics, and water play at recess. We will follow up-to-date Covid19 CDC guidelines to […]
June 18 – August 29, 2021 Enjoy our summer exhibition: Photographing Belfast's Waterfront: Then & Now. Gallery Open Hours: Wednesday – Saturday: 11AM - 3PM For more information about the show, click here.
These fun, no-pressure creative experiences are great for artists and art-phobes alike. Socialize, enjoy a beverage, and try something new.
A four hour workshop designed to celebrate both watercolor and summer. This is a fun, exploratory class for for people working on all levels.
Art Hive Open Studio sessions are for everyone! Come experience the transformative power of art in a safe and encouraging environment. All ages are welcome, but children under 12 must come with a supervising adult. When we are gathering in person, a variety of materials will be available for you to create with, including paints, […]
Drop by during the Art Market to mend with us! In honor of our artist residency with Nina Elder, we are hosting a donation-based, drop-in mending session with some materials provided, from 10am-12pm on Friday, July 23rd. A teacher will be on hand to demonstrate the ancient art of mending and beautifying, borrowed from the […]
Fourth Fridays in Belfast are back and Waterfall Arts will open its new glassblowing studio: Waterfall Arts Glassworks! Join us for glassblowing demonstrations, music, food, drinks, and a first look at Belfast's state-of-the-art glassblowing studio. Read more about the Grand Opening here.
$15 per session Limited to 10 artists at a time The longest running group of its kind in Midcoast Maine, the life drawing group at Waterfall Arts began over a decade ago. Anyone who has an interest in drawing from the figure can join this ongoing, long-running, non-instructional group. We have made a few changes […]
Join Belfast historian, Megan Pinette, for a stroll along Belfast’s waterfront. Learn about industries along the harbor in the early years of settlement. Did you know there was a rum distillery making what was described as “bad stuff but good rum?” And, what we now refer to as Puddle Dock was also known as Dock Square or Sandy Beach? The tour will continue with highlights from the days of the ship building businesses to the age of steam when the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad transformed the waterfront into an industrial manufacturing zone.