Help us celebrate the Kennebec River by creating new art with stamps, or participate in reshaping artist Maggie Libby’s charcoal design with pieces of Hathaway shirts! There will also be an opportunity inside csa gallery to share stories and memories relating to the river. Special guests artist Maggie Libby, Penobscot Nation’s Tribal Historian, James E. Francis Sr., and singer-songwriter and former log driver, David Calder will join for the sharing segment.
Art in the Park, a program of Common Street Arts is designed to foster creativity and community among residents and visitors to Waterville. Art in the Park is a free, weekly program that takes place in Castonguay Square. Art in the Park takes place each Thursday and works with area teaching artists to develop unique arts programming — providing accessible workshops and special family-friendly activities for community members to engage in creative practices that relate to ongoing exhibitions at Common Street Arts, as well as related programs at the Maine Film Center, Colby Museum of Art, Waterville Public Library, and Waterville Opera House.
July 26- Maggie Libby “River Stories”
August 2- Fish prints
August 9- Bubble paintings
August 16- Mini mason jar river “aquariums”
August 23- “Stained glass” River animals
August 30- Nature Journals