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I am wholly willing to be here / Between the bright silent thousands of stars / And the life of the grass pouring out of the ground. / The hill has grown to me like a foot. / Until I lift the Earth, I cannot move.                                                                                                                             - Wendell Berry

 

CSA2017 – Harlow Gallery, Hallowell, ME                                            http://harlowgallery.org/announcing-artistfarmer-partnerships-for-csa-2017/

http://harlowgallery.org/csa-ii-exhibition-harlow-gallery/ Artwork created through these 13 partnerships will be exhibited in Fall/Winter 2017 at:

Maine Farmland Trust: September 22 – November 10, 2017
Harlow Gallery: October 27 – December 2, 2017
Engine: Propelling the Creative Community: November 10 – December 16, 2017

Additional venues and dates for Winter 2017/Spring 2018 are in the works.

Partnering Farm: Crystal Spring Farm in Brunswick, ME http://crystalspringcsa.com/

May Update: http://harlowgallery.org/csa-ii-update-may-2017/

March Update: http://harlowgallery.org/csa-ii-update-march-2017/

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HALLOWELL, ME – The Harlow Gallery announces 13 artist/farm partnerships for Community Supporting Arts (CSA 2017) project taking place across Maine in 2017. Participating artists will visit their partner farms regularly beginning in January, at the very start of the 2017 growing season, creating art inspired by their farmer’s lives, work, and landscape.  

All the participating farms are Community Supported Agriculture (CSA farms).  A CSA farm sells shares at the beginning of the growing season and then provides fresh, seasonal food on a regular basis to each shareholding household throughout the growing season. CSA II will use the power of art to promote the economic and environmental benefits of organic farming and of buying locally grown food. Our food industry is a critical key to a sustainable economy and the health and well-being of Maine citizens in an age of accelerating climate change.

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