An article on artists' residencies on Maine islands. Artists can spend time at
An article on artists' residencies on Maine islands. Artists can spend time at the former home of painters John Heliker and Robert LaHotan on Great Cranberry Island; at the Porter family home on Great Spruce Head Island; at the Eastern Frontier Educational Foundation's Norton Island residency; in a Deer Isle house belonging to painter Stephen Pace and his wife Pam, which will be a study center for the Maine College of Art; at the Robert M. MacNamara Foundation residency on the shores of the Sheepscot River near Edgecomb; at the Acadia National Park Artist-in-Residence program; and at the Monhegan Artists' Residency.
Little, Carl, "An article on artists' residencies on Maine islands. Artists can spend time at" (2008). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 391.
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