Lecture

Friday, January 29, 7 p.m. at the Rockport Opera House
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. (Snow dates: 1/30 & 1/31)

Presenters include:
Ken Foster, artist
Ariel Hall, performance artist
Audrey Lovering, One Community
Peter Neill, Director of the World Ocean Observatory
Bill Mook, oyster cultivator
Alissa Morris, creator of Urban Exodus
Lisa Pohlmann, Executive Director of the Natural Resources Council of Maine
Lee Schneller, professional gardener

For more information, see https://www.facebook.com/PechaKuchaME/

Get your pop culture and art history on! Sign up a team of 6 or come and join a team day-of.  We promise you’ll have fun and know some answers, too. To save a spot in this free event, email kfinlay@farnsworthmuseum.org  

SOLD OUT!

The Play’s the Thing: Everyman Rep Brings the Tonys to the Farnsworth
On three Saturday afternoons this winter, the Farnsworth and Everyman Repertory Theatre are teaming up to present a series of dramatic readings of Tony Award nominated plays in the Farnsworth auditorium.

Saturday, March 12, 2 p.m. – Lucky Guy
(snow day: Sunday, March 11, 2 p.m.)

Due to the weather, this dramatic reading will be taking place on its scheduled snow day, Sunday, February 14, 2pm. 

The Play’s the Thing: Everyman Rep Brings the Tonys to the Farnsworth!
On three Saturday afternoons this winter, the Farnsworth and Everyman Repertory Theatre are teaming up to present a series of dramatic readings of Tony Award nominated plays in the Farnsworth auditorium.

Saturday, February 13, 2 p.m. – Time Stands Still
(snow day: Sunday, February 14, 2 p.m.)

The Play’s the Thing: Everyman Rep Brings the Tonys to the Farnsworth!
On three Saturday afternoons this winter, the Farnsworth and Everyman Repertory Theatre are teaming up to present a series of dramatic readings of Tony Award nominated plays in the Farnsworth auditorium.

Saturday, January 9, 2 p.m. – Master Class
(snow day: Sunday, January 10, 2 p.m.)
Please note that this play contains adult language and themes and may not be suitable for young audiences.

During the months of July and August, the Farnsworth will be offering Special Gallery Tours every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Join museum curators, educators and specialists for a more focused look at some of the museum’s key summer exhibitions.
 
All are free with admission and do not require advance reservations. To attend, please see the main admissions desk (at 16 Museum Street) on the day of the tour.
 
During the months of July and August, the Farnsworth will be offering Special Gallery Tours every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Join museum curators, educators and specialists for a more focused look at some of the museum’s key summer exhibitions.
 
All are free with admission and do not require advance reservations. To attend, please see the main admissions desk (at 16 Museum Street) on the day of the tour.
 
During the months of July and August, the Farnsworth will be offering Special Gallery Tours every Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Join museum curators, educators and specialists for a more focused look at some of the museum’s key summer exhibitions.
 
All are free with admission and do not require advance reservations. To attend, please see the main admissions desk (at 16 Museum Street) on the day of the tour.
 
Lecture by Susan Danly, Independent Curator, American Art

As part of this year’s Maine Photo Project, Susan Danly, former curator of photography at the Portland Museum of Art, collaborated with Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr.,  Maine State Historian, and Libby Bischof,  Assistant Professor of History at USM, to write the first history of Maine photography.  Her lecture will touch on how they selected their subjects, chose the illustrations, and worked with Down East Books and the Maine Historical Society to produce the book. 

with artists Joyce Tenneson, Cig Harvey, and Brenton Hamilton

This panel discussion marks the opening of Picturing Maine, an exhibition that spans a broad time period in the history of photography in Maine, from the early twentieth century up to the present. Associate Curator Jane Bianco will facilitate a discussion with three renowned local artists whose work is featured. Discussion will center around the nature of the work in the show, how the photographers have responded to the history of photography, and the opportunities and challenges of being a photographer in Maine in the twenty-first century.