Eastport Arts Center

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EAC Wellness Classes to Continue Without Pause Through Holidays

EAC’s Tuesday, Friday and Saturday yoga classes will continue to meet as regularly scheduled through the Christmas and New Year holidays this year. “Since this year things are so different than normal years,” noted instructor Lilli Danaea, who’ll teach on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, “I am offering … [Read More]

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Young Artist’s ‘Signs of Fall’ Pair with Musical “Namaste”

Reprising a collaboration from July 2020*, EAC Video presents imagery shot by Nia Aretakis with musical accompaniment by Art Lindemanis. Art’s tune, “Namaste” is from his album, Artful Touch: Music for Massage vol 1: Acoustic Guitar; Nia’s footage was made around her home in Pembroke. The video pairing is … [Read More]

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Eastport Area Yoga Instructors Bridge the Distance

“Through yoga I’ve learned to take a moment to breathe when faced with an unfavorable situation—Covid-19, in this instance,” says Katie Melancon, who like EAC’s other yoga instructor, Lilli Danaea, has continued to meet weekly with her students via Zoom since the EAC building closed in March. “No longer … [Read More]

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What is Zentangle? Pembroke Student and Perry-based Musician Demonstrate

On Tuesday, July 28, popular EAC instructor Ann Cannizzaro will teach ‘Zentangle: A Mindful Approach to Creativity and Flow,‘ as part of the arts center’s Summer Workshop Series via Zoom. Take a peek at the Zentangle technique in footage made by Ann’s daughter and fellow artist Nia Aretakis, featuring … [Read More]

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‘Find Your Breath’ with Katie, one of EAC’s Wellness Teachers

Katie Melancon, one of EAC’s yoga teachers, presents here a body and breath check-in to be used to help center and rebalance viewers, and intended to be used as often as is helpful, or memorized and revisited by the student whenever appropriate. Katie teaches a Zoom yoga session each … [Read More]

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Gentle Flow Yoga with Katie

Katie Wilson, leader of EAC’s Gentle Flow Yoga, has brought her weekly session online at her usual time—Saturdays from 8:30-9:30 am. Please contact Katie—anchorandbalanceyoga@gmail.com—for information about how to participate.

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Embodied Yoga & Mindfulness

Lilli Danaea, RYT, will lead a weekly class focused on mindfulness practice, breath awareness, proper alignment and building strength and flexibility. Please bring your mat if you have one! Cost by sliding fee scale, $8-12. Info: lillireally@gmail.com. Please note: NEW students are invited to try their first class free of charge … [Read More]

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KinderArts presents Tiny Yogis

Tiny Yogis sessions led by Caroline DiLio will resume for an 8-week session beginning September 19; the  program, which is part of EAC’s KinderArts offerings, is intended for children up to age 5. The group will meet from 9:30-10:15 am on Thursday mornings through November 7. DiLio will teach attendees yoga through music, … [Read More]

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International Dance

All Eastern European countries have at least some tradition of music and dance, usually celebrated by a Sunday Afternoon “Hora” (or dance) in the town square. Come learn these dances to exciting Greek, Romanian, Bulgarian and Israeli music. Everyone, including beginners, is welcome to come and explore this great … [Read More]

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Embodied Yoga & Mindfulness

Lilli Danaea, RYT, will lead a weekly class focused on mindfulness practice, breath awareness, proper alignment and building strength and flexibility. Please bring your mat if you have one! Cost by sliding fee scale, $8-12. Info: lillireally@gmail.com. Please note: NEW students are invited to try their first class free of charge … [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.