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ArtWalk Finale Highlights Pride Across Maine

The Eastport ArtWalk, in association with the Eastport Arts Center and Eastport Gallery, winds down summer with our final ‘Walk of the Week’, celebrating the gardens, vistas and outdoor art found along the walking route.  Photographer Robin Farrin’s pick is featured this week, in a 2.5 mile Quoddy Village Ramble. … [Read More]

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Latest ArtWalk a ‘Labor of Love’

Eastport ArtWalk, in association with the Eastport Arts Center, Eastport Gallery and the Tides Institute and Museum of Art, continues to celebrate August abundance with a new ‘Walk of the Week’, celebrating the gardens, vistas and outdoor art found along the way.   Artist Amy Ray’s pick is featured this … [Read More]

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Walk of the Week Takes a Local Food Slant

Eastport ArtWalk, in association with the Eastport Arts Center, Eastport Gallery and the Tides Institute and Museum of Art, continues to celebrate August abundance with a fresh ‘Walk of the Week’, celebrating gardens, vistas and outdoor art found along the way.  Anne Shields Hopkins’ pick is featured this week, … [Read More]

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‘Walk of the Week’ Spotlights Shead Greenhouse

Eastport ArtWalk, in association with Eastport Arts Center, Eastport Gallery and the Tides Institute & Museum of Art,  continues to celebrate August abundance with a new Walk of the Week. Each week, ArtWalk posts a new route featuring a different 1-1.5 mile walk, celebrating the gardens, vistas and outdoor … [Read More]

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ArtWalk Presents ‘Walk of the Week’

The Eastport ArtWalk celebrates August Abundance, partnering weekly with a different organization to promote health and fitness – and art – in our area. Each week the ArtWalk will post a new “Walk of the Week” featuring a different 1-1.5 mile walking route, celebrating the gardens, vistas and outdoor … [Read More]

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Eastport ArtWalk presents ‘Let’s Talk About It’ Events with Domestic Abuse Survivors

The Eastport ArtWalk, a proud partner with Finding Our Voices and NextStep Domestic Abuse Project for the statewide “Let’s Talk About It” banner campaign, will present special events on July 25 as finale to the month’s display in Eastport. Twenty-five beautiful Maine survivors have stood loud and proud on huge banners in Eastport business … [Read More]

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Domestic Abuse Survivors to Be Heard in ArtWalk Events, Saturday, July 25

The Eastport ArtWalk, a proud partner with Finding Our Voices and NextStep Domestic Abuse Project for the statewide “Let’s Talk About It” banner campaign, will present special events on July 25 as finale to the month’s display in Eastport. Twenty-five beautiful Maine survivors have stood loud and proud on huge … [Read More]

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ArtWalk Invites Artists, Musicians, Writers to ‘Break the Silence’

CALL FOR EASTPORT ARTISTS—To boldly and creatively break the silence of domestic abuse.   July is “Eastport Breaks the Silence of Domestic Abuse” month and the Eastport ArtWalk is proud to partner with Finding Our Voices and NextStep Domestic Abuse Project for some very special ways of breaking the … [Read More]

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North Water Street Shows its Pride for ArtWalkers

by Joan LowdenAs Pride month winds down, rainbow colors continue to fill windows and gardens along the north end of Water Street. At 151 Water Street a rainbow flag oversees the flowers blooming in the beds below. Down the street at #189, Christy Whitmore’s passion for gardening is evident in her … [Read More]

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ArtWalk Salutes Peavey Library, with Peavey ‘Portraits’ & Installation

Artists Sue Riddle and Mary Anderson have been active participants in Eastport’s ArtWalk since the initiative began. Though Riddle lives in Pembroke, her works have been on view in Anderson’s window gallery at 126 Water Street, as well as at the side entrance of the library. This week, as … [Read More]

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The work of Eastport Arts Center is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. The work of Eastport Arts Center is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.