Yes, we are in the home stretch of 2015 and the month is packed. From the screening of a new documentary about Spindleworks, to shows in Portland, we are everywhere and home for the holidays too.
What: I Dream the Colors
When: December 1, 7pm
Where: Kresge Auditorium, Bowdoin College, Brunswick
Free and open to the public
Join us for the preview screening of Bill Kunitz’s documentary on Spindleworks. Filmed over the last 3 years, I Dream the Colors offers an intimate look at the inner workings of the art center and how the artists and program impact the local community. The event is free, with a reception to follow.
What: Home for the Holidays
When: November 13-December 31
Where: Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks
Our holiday exhibit focuses on goods for the home, featuring every day items that transform the practical into the beautiful. As well as our regular line up of items, you will find woven pillows, kitchen towls, potholders, and bags, as well as ceramic bowls, plates, cups, vases and more.
What: Coffee Shop Pop Up
When: December 4th , 9am-4pm
Where: Little Dog Coffee Shop
87 Maine Street, Brunswick
On the fly? No time to stop in at Spindleworks? That’s ok, we will be at the Little Dog all day so when you come to grab your coffee to go, you can also do a little shopping. We are pretty sure you will slow down long enough to see what is on offer!
What: Picnic Holiday Sale
When: December 13th, 11am-6pm
Where: Portland Company Complex
58 Fore Street, Portland
We are honored to once again be juried into this fantastic indie arts festival. Drawing artisans from throughout New England, this one day event has become the place to be, and the place to shop. www.picnicportland.com
What: Spindleworks Group Show
When: December 1-31
Where: Black Cat Coffee Shop
463 Stevens Ave, Portland
From Little Dog to Black Cat, we love to exhibit in great coffee houses. We are excited to find another great Portland venue to introduce our work to a new neighborhood. Stop by if you cannot make it to Brunswick this holiday season.