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Summer of Art & Science

January 31, 2017 By Scott Richardson Filed under Article Tags: artmusic

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Sentinel 3. Sculpture by Gary Haven Smith.We're lining up new ways to discover the Wells Reserve at Laudholm in 2017. We will soon be kicking off our Summer of Art & Science.

The cornerstone of our summer-long celebration is a major sculpture exhibition and sale. We're also loading our events calendar with special walks, talks, workshops, and performances that explore the links between science and art.

Power of Place

This outdoor sculpture exhibition and sale is being curated by June LaCombe SCULPTURE. For 27 years, June has been installing shows at such destinations as the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and Maine Audubon's Gilsland Farm. For Power of Place, she will gather sculptures from New England artists and position them on the Laudholm campus and along our most popular walking trail. Among the artists to be represented are:

  • Wendy Klemperer
  • George Sherwood
  • Jesse Salisbury
  • Gary Haven Smith
  • Jordan Smith
  • More TBA

Chaises. Sculptures by Jordan Smith.

Summer of Art & Science: Schedule of Events

Community Connections

Watch for Summer of Art & Science tie-ins at these local hotspots:

  • Vinegar Hill Music Theatre
  • Ogunquit Museum of American Art

Get Involved

  1. Plan to visit during the exhibition
  2. Sponsor the season — call 207-646-4521 ext 144

Anemone of Gyres. Sculpture by George Sherwood.

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