Katrina Kelley from Amphitrite Studio has been a maker ever since she was a small girl with her mother’s supplies, it has truly become her greatest love. Her work is inspired by where she was born and raised in the Catskills of New York and where she currently lives in Maine. Comfort, simplicity, beauty, ease, & style are…

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Maggi Blue is a creative who wears many hats. She is a graphic designer as well as an artisan who works in glass, metalwork, and ceramics. She lives with her husband and son in Midcoast Maine. For more information on her work follow Magpie Creative on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/magpiecreative/  

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Join Common Street Arts for a Holiday Pop-Up featuring Barbara Sullivan’s fresh Balsam Fir Wreaths on November 17  from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Shop early and shop local! 30” Wreaths $44 24” Wreaths $38 18” Garland $46   Cash or check only (shipping add $20, includes box + gift card if requested!)

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Join Common Street Arts for a holiday pop-up featuring Hennessey Jewelry. At Hennessey Jewelry, Michele creates jewelry you’ll want to wear every day and accessories that celebrate what’s special in your life. For more information visit her website: http://hennesseyjewelry.com/

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Artist Barbara Sullivan has created a site-specific installation at the storefront at 93 Main Street.  Creating three-dimensional frescoed animals in a wooded environment, Sullivan invites the viewer to examine Maine flora and fauna (some wild and some more domesticated than others) in a busy downtown setting.

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Located in the heart of the historic downtown district, Castonguay Square is one of Waterville’s oldest public gathering spaces. Gifted to the city by land deed in 1840, “The Commons” was renamed Castonguay Square in 1921 for Arthur L. Castonguay, the first soldier from Waterville to be killed in action in World War I. The…

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cassie jones + will sears will discuss their process and inspiration for their new work on view in side by side at common street arts.  this conversation will help us explore the creative processes of jones and sears.  learn more about how each artist employs distinct methods to investigate color and form through their artistic…

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join common street arts for this free musical performance by danika + the jeb.  danika + the jeb are dynamic, uplifting, and fun, while their music is a soulful combination of artfully written songs and powerful musical phrasing. this performance follows the artist talk by cassie jones + will sears. free and open to the…

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In response to Waterville Creates’ 2018 call for Temporary Public Art related to the theme of the Kennebec River, artists throughout the New England region submitted their proposals for consideration. Three artists have been selected to install their work in the City of Waterville from June through September 2018.   Maggie Libby, Voices of the River:…

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Common Street Arts is pleased to present Prints at the Scale of People—an exhibition of experimental printmaking that explores oversized examples of the medium. Composed on a single sheet of paper, or through an additive approach of many small-scale prints joined together, works in the exhibition are as large or larger than the human form and…

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Join visiting artist Lisa Link on an interactive art and science walk to explore her public installation of WordWrap2018: Swimming Upstream at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville. Together with nature enthusiast Serena Sanborn, the walk will simultaneously investigate the natural world encountered on the Quarry Road Trails as participants explore this exciting public art exhibition in the great…

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This year, the Maine Film Festival unpacks the cinematic experience with a deeply-exploratory art exhibition held in conjunction with MIFF — MIFFONEDGE, now in its sixth year of entertaining Festival goers at Common Street Arts. MIFFONEDGE Vol. 6 features a suite of immersive sensory experiences that invite us to step outside of our everyday perception…

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