In the sophisticated setting of a cabaret, Project Broadway presents some of the most renowned Broadway hits in Strider Theater. Produced by the departments of Music and Performance, Theater, and Dance, Project Broadway brings together more than 45 performers, musicians, and production crew, to conjure the magic of musical theater. Join us, won’t you? Co-sponsored…

First Fridays celebrate the vibrant creativity of Waterville by inviting people downtown to engage in multidisciplinary arts experiences! On the first Friday of every month, visit Main Street in downtown Waterville to meet artists, participate in various workshops, listen to live music, eat delicious local food, and come together as a community. Check back soon…

First Fridays celebrate the vibrant creativity of Waterville by inviting people downtown to engage in multidisciplinary arts experiences! On the first Friday of every month, visit Main Street in downtown Waterville to meet artists, participate in various workshops, listen to live music, eat delicious local food, and come together as a community. Check back soon…

First Fridays celebrate the vibrant creativity of Waterville by inviting people downtown to engage in multidisciplinary arts experiences! On the first Friday of every month, visit Main Street in downtown Waterville to meet artists, participate in various workshops, listen to live music, eat delicious local food, and come together as a community.   Artmaking at…

three people around a table with supplies

A monthly, arts-based professional development opportunity open to all educators. Learn from artists across disciplines techniques and tools you can bring back to your classrooms to support learning in all subject matter areas, build classroom community, and find practices to support your own wellness. Provided in partnership between Colby College Arts Office and Waterville Public…

plastic waves in different shades along a white wall

See what students created during the Trash to Art: Upcycled Sculptural Installation JanPlan course taught by Kim Bernard. In this class, students work as a creative and collaborative team to transform plastic trash into an upcycled public sculpture to be installed temporarily on the Colby campus. The student cohort will collectively determine an environmental concern…

plastic waves in different shades along a white wall

Learn about the process of turning trash into public art from students in the JanPlan class Trash to Art: Upcycled Sculptural Installation, taught by Kim Bernard. In this class, students work as a creative and collaborative team to transform plastic trash into an upcycled public sculpture to be installed temporarily on the Colby campus. The…

First Fridays celebrate the vibrant creativity of Waterville by inviting people downtown to engage in multidisciplinary arts experiences! On the first Friday of every month, visit Main Street in downtown Waterville to meet artists, participate in various workshops, listen to live music, eat delicious local food, and come together as a community. This Friday stop…

Join us for this live event on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at the Waterville Public Library. Maine Voices Live Waterville features conversations between Morning Sentinel and Kennebec Journal writers and notable Mainers. Audience members can experience a memorable night with a Q&A at the end. Award-winning reporter Amy Calder will sit down with Morning Sentinel reporter…

dancers moving

A monthly, arts-based professional development opportunity open to all educators. Learn from artists across disciplines techniques and tools you can bring back to your classrooms to support learning in all subject matter areas, build classroom community, and find practices to support your own wellness. Provided in partnership between Colby College Arts Office and Waterville Public…

evening event at Greene Block and Studios view from outside with colorful lights inside

This First Friday Greene Block + Studios will be filled to the brim with multidisciplinary arts experiences, free and open to all! A Part of This Place: Community Engaged Performance What does it mean to be a part of a place, or to be in community? How can performance reflect this? And what do we…

Kim Upstill: A Report from The Mood Lit Field is part of the Colby Center for the Arts and Humanities‘s Food for Thought: Lecture Series. Kim Upstill is a writer, artist, and cook based in Chicago, Illinois. She holds a BA degree from Evergreen State College and an MA in Visual and Critical Studies from the…