Bay Clay Workshop from with Matt Ahlers at the Merrymeeting Arts Center, Bowdoinham (part of summer exhibit “Bay Clay, Bay Brick, Bay Pottery”). Participants must be 12 + years old. No experience needed.
Limit 10 students, call to reserve a place 207-370-5002.
More FREE Workshops & Activities Coming Soon!
July 20 & 23, 10 – 12: Drop-In Art using Bay Clay with Peggy Muir
July 25, 10 – 1: Pottery Workshop with Matt Ahlers using Bay Clay (limited to 10 participants)
August 16, 2-4 pm: Talk by Archaeologists Jay Robbins & Bill Burgess
August 23, 2-4 pm: Bay Geology with Dr. Arthur Hussey
August 30, 1-4 pm: Clay Songs, Clay Stories – A Writing Workshop with Gary Lawless
Gallery open Saturday from 10-1 & Sundays from 1-4 at 9 Main Street, Bowdoinham (down by the river in the village)
For more information, contact us below or call 207-370-5002.
Kate Cutko, Bowdoinham’s fearless librarian, will be sharing her love of letter boxing with us this week at Summer Arts Camp. Letterboxing is a treasure hunt. It is similar to geocaching, but it is low-tech. As a fan of letter boxing, I love the clues, the stamps you find, and the chance to visit new spots that you might not have discovered otherwise. Kate has carved two stamps and will be leading us to find two new letterboxes that she has placed just for us. Kids should wear good walking shoes. For more information about Merrymeeting Art Center’s Summer Arts Camp, visit here.
Last week, the Merrymeeting Arts Center had our first week of Summer Arts Camp. We had two choices for making pinatas: Deb Jones taught one group how to make them from paper mache and another group used paper bags and tissue paper to make a different version. This week, those that made paper mache pinatas will be…… Continue Reading