SpindleWorks SpinOff
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The Maine Arts Commission is proud to present an exhibition from artists of Spindleworks and SpinOff Studios.

Spindlework is a nonprofit art center for adults with disabilities and a program of Independence Association of Brunswick, whose mission is to help children and adults with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives in their chosen community. Spindleworks is the creative home for over 40 artists who work in a variety of disciplines including the visual, literary and performing arts. Their work has been exhibited widely, is well known and respected in Maine’s artistic community.

SpinOff Studio is a similar IA program established in 2011 and located in Gardiner, ME.  SpinOff is home to fifteen artists who have become part of the art scene in the Kennebec Valley Region.

Artists attending each program receive supplies, studio space, and guidance as needed. Their work is exhibited both locally and nationally and can always be seen and sold in the Whatnot Gallery and Store at Spindleworks in Brunswick (Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m).

All of the art in this show is for sale. The artists receive 75 percent of the sale price, with 25 percent returning to the program to purchase supplies. It can also be purchased online through Square Market. For more information please visit: www.spindleworks.org OR www.spinoffstudio.org.

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