Dodwell May Exhibit – Call for Art

The song goes, “The birds and the bees, and the flowers and the trees.”* And that will be our May exhibit!

After this unbelievable winter this song came to mind for our May Exhibit. What an opportunity for our island artists to have some fun, so get out the paints and brushes, stay in away from the mud, and create away!

Let us fill the gallery with a prelude to summer! I’m depending on you.

Carolyn Gaudet, Curator

*written by Jewel Akens, sung by Dean Martin

The Maine Photo Project

As seen through the eyes of Long Island and Long Islanders
A new exhibit at the Long Island Community Library (glass case between the main room of the library and the small meeting room)
The Maine Photo Project, a statewide collaboration among museums, galleries, historical societies, and other nonprofit cultural organizations across Maine, celebrates the 150th anniversary of photography.

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This exhibit reflects the history of photography through the collections of the Long Island Historical Society, as well as private collections. From daguerreotypes to digital photography, Long Island has long been photographed – people, places, homes, ferries. The exhibit is supplemented with antique cameras from private collections and books from the collections of the Long Island Community Library.

Student Art Exhibit at the Dodwell Gallery


HUGE SHOW! Most meaningful exhibit of the year.  Opening reception March 13 from 5:30 to 7:30.

Towanda Brown, our art teacher, outdoes herself; she throws herself into getting March Youth Art before us! 
Thank you Towanda for all you contribute to the students and us!

Carolyn Gaudet, Curator 


A small library on an island on the coast of Maine