The installation at 93 Main Street highlights the work of Hinge Collaborative, a community arts initiative and printmaking studio.
Hinge Collaborative describes their work as providing workspace and development for artists including workshops, exhibitions, artists mentorship and pop-up markets. Hinge Collaborative designs and facilitates socially engaged art projects, educational partnerships, and cultural events in local communities across Maine. As a place-based endeavor, the studio aims to foster ongoing relationships and provide a platform to build strong community coalitions, cultural expression, and meaningful belonging.
Hinge Collaborative also offers printmaking studio memberships and instruction to individual artists and small groups. The print shop has two presses for intaglio, monotype and relief processes. Additionally, there is a darkroom and printing tables for screen printing.
For more information about the print shop, email Elizabeth Jabar at [email protected]
Work with Us:
Hinge Collaborative founders Elizabeth Jabar and Séan Alonzo Harris seek opportunities to collaborate with individuals, institutions, and organizations on a range of creative projects including arts programming, curriculum, workshops, exhibitions cultural events and community partnerships. As socially engaged artists, educators, bridge builders, Hinge Collaborative believes that art and artists make communities better and provide essential opportunities for people to connect and thrive.
To propose a project and explore collaborative opportunities, please contact us at [email protected] Learn more at hingecollaborative.com