The Eastport Arts Center (EAC) supports seven year-round constituent groups engaged in theater, art, music, film, education and community outreach, and serves as our region’s premiere venue for an array of special events and visiting artists and performers. For more than a quarter century, EAC has been pursuing its mission: to stimulate and nurture an appreciation of the visual and performing arts and the creative process, and to provide a home and an environment within the community where they can prosper.

For more than a thousand hours each year, the EAC hosts rehearsals, performances, workshops, dance and yoga classes, art exhibitions, film screenings, and open mics. Community-inspired events, social gatherings, and communal meals ensure that all members of our audience communities feel welcomed to experience enrichment, education, entertainment and opportunities for self-expression.

GOD HELP US! A Political Comedy starring ED ASNER

Eastport Arts Center is thrilled to announce: Sick of politics? Then… GOD HELP US! (A new political comedy starring Ed Asner as God!) GOD HELP US! is a play ripped from today’s headlines, an evening’s entertainment that is at once hilarious and thought provoking. Two pundits, Larry (a liberal lad) and Randi (a conservative gal), … [Read More]

Life Drawing Workshop

Participants in this two hour weekly workshop will approach drawing the figure through a series of short exercises that lead to an hour long study, using the drawing medium of their choice. Learning to draw the figure has long been the foundation of learning how to draw. Through history it has been both an academic … [Read More]


The Concert Series

Eastport Arts Center’s annual Concert Series is delighted to announce the 2019 lineup, with events taking place Friday evenings at 7 pm. Performances include: June 28: Jane Lanctot & Jan Holms, baroque flute and harpsichord  July 12: Gregory Biss, piano Aug. 2: Molly Abrams, soprano Aug. 9: Sam Schuth, violin Aug. 16: Resinosa Ensemble, voice, cello, … [Read More]


Ecstatic Dance

Ecstatic Dance has resumed weekly meetings at Eastport Arts Center. All are invited to come and dance to great rhythmic music and move however they wish on Tuesdays from 5-6 pm, weather permitting. Attendees should wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring water to drink. $3 suggested donation. For more information please email


Youth Theater Group’s Wacky Spring Show Treated Audience to Lots of Laughs

EAC’s Children’s Theater Workshop presented Of Kings and Coconuts, an adaptation of Monty Python’s The Search for the Holy Grail, to a delighted audience on April 20. The group, which had 15 participants who came from as far away as St. Stephen, NB, and Trescott, and from as nearby as ‘next door,’ worked on the … [Read More]

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Wool Felting Double Header Enmeshed Participants in a Fascinating Medium

Participants in Audra Christie’s back-to-back wool felting workshops on April 27 and 28 immersed themselves in gloriously colored and textured wool roving and batting, hot sudsy water, and a special camaraderie as all engaged with the near-magical material in the transformation process of wet felting. The Saturday group learned to make spherical beads and the … [Read More]

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Arts Campers Reached for the Stars

Rocket ships, UFOs, aliens, pastel space paintings and more added up to an action-packed Outer Space themed April Vacation Arts Camp April 16-18 at Eastport Arts Center. Thirteen children from Eastport, Robbinston, Pembroke, Edmunds, Parsonsfield, Bangor, Scarborough and as far away as Bolivia (South America) explored their ideas of extra-terrestrial life, intergalactic travel and heavenly … [Read More]

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