Date(s) - August 9, 2019
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brick Store Museum
The Brick Store Museum was founded by American artist Edith Cleaves Barry in 1936. Part of its nonprofit mission is to celebrate local arts and artists, in addition to local history and culture. This year, the Museum announces a brand-new program that invites the public to celebrate and explore various forms of art. The program, simply called “Art Night!,” is free and takes place on the second Friday of every month from 5pm – 8pm, June through September.
Activities for Friday, August 9th will include:
– Exploration of “The Art of Cute” exhibition, presented by Portland’s Illustration Institute;
– The opening of the new Bauman Family Gallery contemporary art exhibit, “a place to be” by Dianna Anderson, a beautiful landscape of her oil paintings;
– A free art workshop (for all ages!) crafted by All Hands Collective;
– Snacks from Boulangerie, A Proper Bakery!
Art Nights! are made possible through the Museum’s Business Partners: Kennebunk Savings, Captain Lord Mansion, Clark Insurance, Captain Jefferds Inn, Huntington Common, Hussey Seating Company, Home & Away Gallery, Waldo Emerson Inn, Cherie’s, The B&B Team, Inn Consultants and Brokers, 1802 House Bed and Breakfast, Garrett Pillsbury Plumbing & Heating, Maine Stay Inn and Cottages, Atria Kennebunk, The Nonantum Resort, Huston & Company, Boulangerie, A Proper Bakery, Tourist & Town, Weirs Buick GMC, ANDREWSMILLIGAN real estate company, and Raylene Sousa, Medium.