In 2017 the Farnsworth is presenting two major exhibitions featuring the work of women who have played important roles in twentieth-century American art, both of whom also had deep connections to Maine: Marguerite Zorach and Louise Nevelson.
This sunny, funny, international smash hit sensation unfolds on a Greek island paradise when on the eve of her wedding, a young woman’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the island they last visited twenty years ago.
Enjoy radiant work from some of the finest makers in the world.
Marguerite Zorach – An Art-Filled Life is an exhibition that brings together sixty paintings and textiles by Marguerite Thompson Zorach made between 1910 and 1965. In highlighting her contributions as a modernist who helped changed the course of American art, the Farnsworth presents the full range of her skills.
Former Maine Deputy turned comedian with multiple Tonight Show appearances, TWO Comedy Central Specials.
Windjammer Days marks the kick off to summer in the Boothbay region and is a time to reconnect with family, friends and neighbors after the long winter, an opportunity to support local businesses and welcome visitors. It is a time to honor our maritime history and celebrate the vital role it plays in the lives of all who live here.
Michelle is thrilled to debut her solo CD “Simply Red” at the beautiful Vinegar Hill Music Theater, accompanied by the incomparable Jim Rice and his band. From Broadway to pop and rock; from gospel to blues and jazz, Michelle does it all, with a gutsy voice and unique arrangements. Best known for her work at some of New England’s premier piano bars, Michelle is in her 12th year at The Front Porch in Ogunquit, Maine.
If you’re looking to meet new sailing friends or want to introduce a friend to the joys of sailing, Friday Night Social Sailing at SailMaine is for you! All experience levels are welcome to go for a sail on a J/22. Friday Night Social Sails are a great way to get out on Casco Bay and meet other members of the Portland community. Come down and join the fun! $25 per person.
Rustic Overtones’ early works “Long Division” ,”My Dirt (ep)” and “Rooms By The Hour”, were released independently through Portland based Ripchord Records. In 1999 they were discovered by Kurt St. Thomas at Arista Records. A few years earlier Kurt had been program director at Boston’s WFNX, and was the first to world premiere Nirvana’s “Nevermind” on radio.