16th Annual Senior College Festival of Art

16th Annual Festival Of Art
June 7- 10, 2018

Opening Night Reception and First Viewing
Thursday, June 7, 6-8 p.m.

Music: Belfast Bay Fiddlers
Guitarist Eric Bishop
Wine: Younity Winery & Vineyards
Light refreshments

Saturday, June 9 at 2:00 p.m.
The Auditorium
Special presentation of the film “I Know a Man …. Ashley Bryan”
A tribute to the well-known artist and humanitarian. Hosted by the film’s director, Richard Kane.
No admission charge

The Exhibit
Friday & Saturday 9 – 5
Sunday 12 noon – 3
View the work of 150 amateur and professional Maine artists in a variety of media.

The Venue
The University of Maine
Hutchinson Center
80 Belmont Ave., Belfast, Maine
207-338-8033

Schedule of Events:

Thursday, June 7
6:00 to 8:00 pm: Opening night and first viewing. Music entertainment by the Belfast Bay Fiddlers and guitarist Eric Bishop. There will be light refreshments and wine from Younity Winery & Vineyards.

Friday, June 8
9:00 am to 5:00 pm: Exhibition hours.

Saturday, June 9
9:00 am to 5:00 pm: Exhibition hours.

2:00 pm: Special presentation in the auditorium of the film “I Know a Man …. Ashley Bryan”, a tribute to the well-known artist and humanitarian. Hosted by the film’s director Richard Kane, there is no admission charge to view the movie, all are welcome.

Sunday, June 10
12:00 noon to 3:00 pm: Exhibition hours.

Spring Semester Dates 2018

Your Curriculum Committee is excited to once again offer a very diverse curriculum for this coming spring semester, which begins March 22. The Spring Course Catalog will be available the first week in February, so keep an eye out. We have courses on gardening, technology, tech giants, watercolor painting, writing, abolition, French, figure drawing, the limits of reason, and literature from Chaucer to contemporary short stories. We also have several courses on the state of our nation– its evolution, where we are today, and compelling notions on what to do now. Please join us for another challenging and rewarding semester.

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