The Doo Wop Project is street corner singing for a whole new generation. Their show begins at the beginning, tracing the evolution of Doo Wop from the classic sound of five guys singing tight harmonies on a street corner to the biggest hits on the radio today.
Louise Nevelson is recognized as one of the most important sculptors of the twentieth century whose wood sculptures, painted in black or white, revolutionized artists’ ideas of what sculpture could be. This exhibition will feature signature examples of these works, drawn from the Farnsworth’s collection, the second largest collection of Nevelson’s work in the world.
The 2017 Craft Apprentice Program will celebrate with capstone exhibition and opening reception October 6th, 4-7 during the Portland First Friday Art Walk
Maine Magazine is the exclusive magazine sponsor of the program exhibition Masters & Apprentices:
Work from Maine’s Craft Apprentice Program, on view at Caleb Johnson Studio, 110 Exchange Street in Portland, ME October 3-31, 2017 and featuring work created by master and apprentice artists in 2017.
The public is invited to an opening reception for the exhibition from 4-7pm on October 6.
The Maine Crafts Association manages the Craft Apprentice Program with partners Maine Arts Commission and Caleb Johnson Studio.