Today is the day!
L/A Arts last Friday summer Artwalk finale!
September 26th, 5:00 – 8:30 p.m. – Lisbon Street, Lewiston ME
Mostly Sunny/Clear – 70’s (early evening), 60’s (at 7 p.m.)
Special Events/Exhibits: Updated!
Before the Artwalk:
The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing (29 Lowell Street) An expressive art exhibit: Shattered – 12:00-5:00 p.m.
Starting at 5 p.m.:
The New England School of Metalwork exhibit (Argo Marketing – 64 Lisbon Street)
Boys & Girls Club of Lewiston/Auburn photography exhibit (L/A Arts – 221 Lisbon Street)
Art Teachers Gallery from the Lewiston Public Schools (Androscoggin Bank – 30 Lisbon Street)
Featured artistry from Stanley Hollenbeck (Cardboard sculptures). Work by Adam Robertson. Julie Gammon – Henna tattoos for $1/minute. (Downtown Handmade & Vintage – 182 Lisbon St.)
Marche’ Maine (40 Lisbon Street) Aps at the Artwalk:
During The Art Walk we will be offering a special Art Walk Appetizers Menu with 8 plates for $8.00 This will give you a chance to stop in for a quick bite and a glass of wine during The Art Walk.
Current Media (12 Ash Street) Teaser Edition Release:
Current media will release its teaser edition of current magazine. It is our arts edition. please stop by and enjoy the music, food and wine. Artistry by Jennifer Gammon & Andrew Brann
Midcoast Quartet: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Lamey Wellehan Gallery (110 Lisbon Street)
The Juke Joint Devils: 8 p.m. (She Doesn’t Like Guthries – 115 Middle Street)
Maine Marimba Ensemble: 7 p.m. Outdoors in Dufresne Plaza
September, 2014 Businesses/Venues:
She Doesn’t Like Guthrie’s (115 Middle St.), J. Dostie Jewelers (4 Lisbon St.), Gateway Window Exhibit (11 Lisbon St.), Androscoggin Bank (30 Lisbon St.), Argo Marketing (64 Lisbon Street), Lyceum Gallery (49 Lisbon St.), Poliquin Hearing & Optical Window Exhibit (50 Lisbon Street), The Vault (84 Lisbon Street), The Cupcakery (97 Lisbon Street), Lamey Wellehan Gallery (110 Lisbon St.), Lamey Window Exhibit (113 Lisbon St.), Maine Democratic Office (124 Lisbon Street), Forage Market (180 Lisbon St.), Chill Yoga (2nd Floor-178 Lisbon St), Downtown Handmade & Vintage (182 Lisbon St.), Hardy Wolf & Downing (186 Lisbon St.), Kimball Street Studio (191 Lisbon St.), Lewiston Public Library (200 Lisbon St.), L/A Arts (221 Lisbon St.), New Beginnings Outreach Program Window Exhibit (245 Lisbon St.)
The New England School of Metalwork exhibit
(Argo Marketing – 64 Lisbon Street)
The New England School of Metalwork was started in 2000 by Blacksmith and Industrial Technology Teacher Dereck Glaser. A nonprofit craft school, NESM specializes in metalsmithing classes for every skill level. Courses in blacksmithing, knifemaking and welding draw students from all over the globe. Workshops include forged furniture, architectural ironwork, forged botanical forms, historical reproductions, handmade kitchen knives and much more. NESM prides itself in offering some of the finest metalsmithing instruction in the world, with a constantly rotating roster of national and local artists as well as classes taught by staff.
Midcoast Quartet (from Midcoast Symphony Orchestra)
5:30-6:30 p.m. (Lamey Wellehan Gallery – 110 Lisbon Street)
The Midcoast quartet is a group of principal string players from the Midcoast Symphony Orchestra. In addition to being dedicated players, Karen Jung, cello, is Music Librarian at Bowdoin College, Heather Cook, viola, is a busy mom living in Durham with her doctor husband, two sons and a menagerie of animals, Kate Gray, violin, is a violin teacher in Bowdoinham, and Mary Hunter, violin, teaches music at Bowdoin College.
Live Blues Music with The Juke Joint Devils
8 p.m. She Doesn’t Like Guthries (115 Middle St)
For Friday, September 26th Artwalk, The Juke Joint Devils will perform at She Doesn’t Like Guthries. These guys take you back to a time when small house bands played from the soul, on real instruments, could swing like crazy, and anything could happen on stage. The Juke Joint Devils play a mix of West Coast and Chicago Blues, with a bit of spice from New Orleans and elsewhere. The band features International Blues Challenge finalists Tommy O’Connell on harp and vocals and Sean Bowman standup bass, Johnny Moran on drums, and with Stefan Iris on guitar.
This Weekend – From The Public Theater:
Stop by after the ART WALK! Here’s your chance to be a film critic! This weekend only, Fri Sept 26 & Sat Sept 27 at 7:30
, Sun Sept 28 at 4pm
, the MANHATTAN SHORT Global Film Festival comes to The Public Theatre inLewiston. During a one week period, 10 short films from around the world will be screened in over 300 cities spanning six continents and each audience member will cast a vote for their favorite of the 10 short film finalists. Votes from each participating cinema will be submitted to festival headquarters and the winner will be announced in October. Past finalists have included nominees and winners of the Oscar in the short film category, so come and discover the next big filmmaker at The Public Theatre. For tickets visit www.thepublictheatre.org
or call 782-3200. To view information on the10 short films, visit: www.manhattanshort.com
Location: 31 Maple St, Downtown, Lewiston. ALL TICKETS: $8, General Admission.