Art Walk L / A will feature downtown artists and live music
LEWISTON – The next Art Walk L / A is scheduled for Friday June 25th.
This month, organizers have planned plenty of art to see downtown, as well as a live concert at the Simard-Payne Amphitheater from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. featuring four local music acts. The artists will return to the sidewalks of Rue de Lisboa and Place Dufresne. And there is a lot to see in the following places:
The Studio, located at 291 Lisbon St., will feature artist Grayling Cunningham and his friends are back with an exhibition of work in this hub of the Lewiston Arts District.
LA Arts Gallery at 221 Lisbon St. will present âEchoes and Loops, New Paintings by Kate Cargileâ.
The Lewiston Public Library, located at 200 Lisbon Street, will feature the âI Wish My Teacher Knewâ¦â artwork by Lewiston High School students, curated by LHS art teacher Deanna Ehrhardt.
Kimball Street Studios at 191 Lisbon St. will feature artist Topsham Libby Sipe.
Ramble Row artist Angie Lafrance’s work can be seen at 110 Lisbon St.
Craft Brew Underground, at 34 Court St., Auburn, will feature artist Iris Scott.
Gritty McDuff’s, 68 Main St., Auburn, will present the work of artist Amanda Retus.
LA Arts Music in the Park will take place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Simard-Payne Amphitheater performed by Emily & The Zealous, Secondhand Clams, MOJO and DJ Bernarzo.
The following online features are available on laarts.org, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram:
Artist Libby Sipe shows us around her current exhibition at Kimball Street Studios.
Local Writers Read welcomes Jefferson Navicky, finalist in the poetry category of the 2020 Maine Literary Award.
“Dreams”, an a cappella performance by graduates of Bates College.
Dance performance by graduates of Bates College.
âJust in Timeâ, performance by pianist Tom Snow.
LA Arts and the Art Walk LA Committee continue to present the 2021 Art Walk Artists online gallery. The artists and artisans listed on this page each have works for sale. Visual artists and artisans can register for free and will be shared online throughout the season.
For more information, visit laarts.org.