In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Family Violence Project, Waterville Creates, and Hinge Collaborative are teaming up to bring a free workshop for all ages! Come to an open drop-in workshop to create art with the intention of exploration, creation, and finding peace. Try your hand at printmaking in a relaxed and welcoming…

Michelle, a Maine Master Naturalist, will answer spooky questions like, “Do crows have funerals?” while Desiree DuBois will guide the watercolor creation! The final work will be an 11×17 depiction of a crow on a fence in the moonlight, with a pumpkin patch in the background. Immerse yourself in an informative study of these magical…

This fun and relaxed class will cover basic glazing and surface techniques on ceramics. Each student will select two glaze ready pieces from an assortment of cups, bowls, mugs and vases. Instructor Yvonne Brown will demonstrate a few methods of glazing that provide delightful results! Note: Works will be kiln fired and ready for pickup…

Join us for the closing reception of X+O, Thursday, September 22, from 5:00 – 7:00pm. Christine is a costume designer, fiber artist and illustrator. She has exhibited her cloth sculptures and fiber art in galleries across the United States and has won many awards, most notably twice for The Arkansas Arts Center’s ‘Toys Designed by…

An exhibition featuring new and recent work by Waterville based fiber artist Christine Nilles. Christine is a costume designer, fiber artist and illustrator. She has exhibited her cloth sculptures and fiber art in galleries across the United States and has won many awards, most notably twice for The Arkansas Arts Center’s ‘Toys Designed by Artists’…

In this exhibition, artist Maggie Libby documents the labor conditions and primarily female Franco-American workers’ stories at the Hathaway Shirt Company, the last shirt manufacturer in Maine. Libby’s artwork is inspired by Waterville native Margaret Bernier’s groundbreaking 1981 Colby Senior Scholar thesis, Labor study of the Franco-American community of Waterville, Maine from 1890 to 1940,…

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Drop-In Sessions Wednesdays + Fridays from July 13-29  // 12-5pm Greene Block + Studios Drop into Greene Block + Studios to gather with community in the tent and contribute to ongoing print and book projects for the culminating exhibition. This workshop is part of Waterville Creates Common Threads project. Follow the link for more information…

A Place for All of Us, Community Day Colby College Museum of Art Saturday July 30 12-4pm Join artists Elizabeth Jabar, Colleen Kinsella and Evelyn Wong in the Future Mothers tent for screen printing posters, bookmaking, and stamping! This workshop is part of Waterville Creates Common Threads project. Follow the link for more information on…

Picturing Us, Community Portraits with Séan Alonzo Harris Thursday, July 21, 6:00 – 8:00pm Greene Block + Studios Have your portrait captured and printed by artist photographer Séan Alonzo Harris and add your image to a collective community portrait! This workshop is part of Waterville Creates Common Threads project. Follow the link for more information…