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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Join the Colby Museum’s summer luncheon, a celebration of the museum’s commitment to transforming lives through art, the contributions of artists, and the unwavering support of friends like you. Learn more and get your tickets.  Honoring: Sharon Corwin, Ph.D. and William G. Tsiaras, M.D. ’68, P’03, Recipients of the 2022 Jetté Award for Leadership in…

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The Children’s Discovery Museum, with support provided by the Colby College Arts Office and the Colby College Museum of Art, is excited to team up with artist Veronica Perez to create beautiful interactive pieces of art to be part of the museum’s brand new exhibit hall. This workshop for children ages 8–12 will introduce children to…

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The Children’s Discovery Museum, with support provided by the Colby College Arts Office and the Colby College Museum of Art, is excited to team up with artist Veronica Perez to create beautiful interactive pieces of art to be part of the museum’s brand new exhibit hall. This workshop for children ages 3–12 will introduce children…

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Join an in-person tour of our special exhibitions, offered at 2 p.m. on Saturdays throughout the summer. These guided experiences will be led by staff, student interns, and our museum docents, offering highlights for each of the exhibitions, Andrew Wyeth: Life and Death, Sarah Cain: hand in hand, and Act of Sight: The Tsiaras Family Photography Collection.

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Andrew Wyeth: Life and Death, is the first public presentation of recently rediscovered drawings in which artist Andrew Wyeth (1917–2009) imagines his own funeral. The artworks, made in the early 1990s, portray Wyeth’s friends, neighbors, and wife, Betsy, surrounding a coffin at the base of Kuerner’s Hill in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, a site the artist…

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Join us for the closing reception of No Time, Thursday, September 8, from 5:00 – 7:00pm. Curated by Maine artist, Matt Demers, the exhibition No Time explores the presence of everyday objects and figures through the work of eight Maine artists using a wide variety of media and techniques. This exhibition highlights artists and their unique…