Makers at the Hall is a curated program that invites artists, artisans and tradespeople – local Maine leaders in craft and culture – to discuss their work and give audiences a behind the scenes look at their creative process. Now in its seventh year, previous guests have included potter Ayumi Horie, light and sculpture artist Pandora LaCasse, violin maker Jonathan Cooper Luthier, printmaker Pilar Nadal of Pickwick Press, Nick and David Wallace of Wallace Pipe Organs, and many more.
Talks are FREE but we request that you register through our Eventbrite listings.
June 29th – Austin Phillips, ventriloquist figure maker. Registration coming soon.
July 13th – Evan Smith, musician & chef. Registration coming soon.
August – summer break
September 28th – Erica Moody, metalsmith. Registration coming soon.
October 26th – Lynn Duryea, ceramicist. Registration coming soon.
January 27th – Smith Galtney, photographer.
February 24th – Ryan Adams, muralist.
March 31st – Briana Holt, baker.
April 28th – Adele Masengo Ngoy, seamstress & dress designer
May 26th – Ebenezer Akakpo, owner/designer Akakpo & Co
Thank you to Machias Savings Bank, supporting sponsor for Makers at the Hall 20/21 season.
Funding has also been provided by The Maine Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan of 2020.