(Rockland, ME) On Friday, May 15, The Farnsworth Art Museum celebrated the opening of Jamie Wyeth’s new exhibition, Jamie Wyeth—Seven Deadly Sins, with their most successful Live at Night at the Farnsworth party to date. Over 500 people attended the affair at the Farnsworth’s Wyeth Center, which was catered by Lisa Tapken Catering of Camden. The Mister PC Live Jazz Trio performed throughout the event and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Live at Night at the Farnsworth parties, sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank and VillageSoup, are fun-filled evenings of tasty appetizers, a cash bar, great music and the opportunity to peruse the museum galleries free of charge. The remaining parties for 2009 are:
First Meeting at Julia’s Gallery
On May 2 at the Farnsworth
(Rockland, ME) Julia’s Gallery for Young Artists at the Farnsworth Art Museum is delighted to announce the re-opening of the teen arts gallery this spring. The first planning meeting for students ages 16-17 years is Saturday, May 2 from 1-4 p.m. and work sessions will continue on Saturday afternoons through June, as well as Thursday afternoons from 3-5 p.m.
(Rockland, ME) The Farnsworth Art Museum is deeply saddened by the passing of the great American master Andrew Wyeth. It was in 1944, four years before the Farnsworth even opened, that the museum purchased watercolors by the emerging young artist out of a show at Macbeth Gallery in New York.