About the Artist
The Harlow Gallery, located in downtown historic Hallowell was founded in 1963 by the Kennebec Valley Art Association, a 501(c)3 membership based nonprofit. Monthly exhibitions are free and open to the public. We offer a range of arts and cultural opportunities including ArtTalks, classes, workshops and demonstrations, poetry readings and live music, art fim nights and more.
Because we believe the arts are integral to a well-rounded and vibrant community, and can be a key factor in personal growth and self- improvement, we strive to involve the greater community in the arts and to invite them into the Harlow Gallery at every opportunity.
Any artist or group may submit a proposal for an exhibition at the Harlow Gallery. Members of the KVAA are especially encouraged to submit proposals. Proposals are initially ranked by certain criteria and current membership is one of these, followed by being a resident of Maine, or having a strong connection to the state.
Please note that we try to limit solo shows to one per year at the most. Proposals for group shows are encouraged, or themed shows in which other artists are invited to participate. All art forms are welcome, including fine crafts. The Exhibition Committee is especially interested in proposals involving contemporary art, performance art, experimental art, cross-disciplinary art and conceptual art.
Preferred Audiences: College, Adult
Disciplines: Poetry, Visual Arts, Multi-Disciplinary
Harlow Gallery160 Water Street
Hallowell ME 04347-1315