Haystack 2017 Summer Evening Programs and Exhibitions
- June 09, 2017
Throughout the summer Haystack offers free events, which are open to the public. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts’ Summer Evening Programs Series includes presentations by session instructors -- renowned artists and leaders in their disciplines and visiting artists who will share their work, ideas, and influences. At the end of each session there is a self-guided studio walk-througha nd an auction, which benefits scholarships and studio improvements. Haystack also mounts exhibitions throughout the summer. Below is listing of the events being offered between June 8 and June 22, 2017.
Evening Programs (June 8-22, 2017)
June 8 Studio Walk-Through at 4:30-6pm; Auction at 7:00pm
June 12 Faythe Levine, visiting writer, 7:00pm
June 13 Andrew Hayes, blacksmithing, Peter Pincus, ceramics & Marianne Fairbanks, fiber, 7:00pm
June 14 Lauren Fensterstock, graphics, Jaydan Moore, metals & Zeke Leonard, wood/instruments, 7:00pm
June 19 Technical Assistant Presentations, 7:00pm
June 20 Haystack Staff Presentations, 7:00pm
June 22 Studio Walk-Through at 4:30-6pm; Auction at 7:00pm
Location: Haystack’ Mountain School of Crafts, Gateway Auditorium, 89 Haystack School Drive, Deer Isle, Maine. Visit haystack-mtn.org for more information.
Exhibition: Peregrine Press: 25 Years
On View May 28- – June 21, 2017
Location Haystack’s Center for Community Programs
Address 22 Church Street, Deer Isle, Maine
Deer Isle – Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is pleased to celebrate twenty-five years of Peregrine Press by mounting this exhibition on the Island. Founded in 1991, Peregrine Press is a non-profit press in Portland, Maine and one of the oldest printmaking cooperatives in New England. This show celebrates the 25th anniversary of the press and showcases a variety of printmaking techniques and a commitment to using non-toxic processes. A video on the printmaking process and an illustrated catalog will accompany this show. peregrinepress.com
Gallery Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday form 1-5PM
Guided tours of Haystack’s campus and studios are available every Wednesday at 1 pm, from May 31 through August 30. The award-winning campus, designed by American architect, Edward Larrabee Barnes, is a series of shingled buildings cascading down the hillside overlooking Jericho Bay and the Deer Isle Thoroughfare. A suggested $5 donation supports Haystack’s scholarship program.
About Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international, non-profit, studio and research program offering workshops to craft-makers and visual artists of all skill levels, led by prominent faculty artists. Haystack also offers an artist-in-residence program, annual conference, visiting artist series, studio workshops for Maine residents, and programs for Maine high school students. Visit haystack-mtn.org for further information. To request a Catalog or printed Evening Programs Schedule contact Haystack at 207-348-2306 or firstname.lastname@example.org