AIR, Arts In Rockland, is pleased to announce it’s third annual “Outstanding Achievement in Art Scholarship” given to a graduating senior at Oceanside High School. The deadline for submission is Monday, May 22, 2017. The $1,000.00 award is given to a senior who demonstrates outstanding talent and commitment to the visual arts through submission of art work and a written statement. The applicant should be continuing their education after graduating from Oceanside. The award will be presented at the 2016 graduation award ceremony and we hope to have many students apply. This is a wonderful opportunity to help further the artistic career of a budding artist. The application is now available from Sue Snow’s office in the school.
Arts In Rockland is a not-for-profit, co-operative organization. The group consists of 25 members, CRAFT Gallery, The Gautschi Center, Art Space, Maine Coastal Islands Gallery (Friend’s of Maine’s Seabird Islands), Jonathan Frost Gallery & Frame Shop, Caldbeck Gallery, The Strand Theatre, Farnsworth Art Museum, CMCA, Harbor Square Gallery, The Fischer Gallery, Island Institute, Archipelago, Project Puffin (National Audubon Society), Playing With Fire, Black Hole, Michael Good Gallery, Landing Gallery, 407 Studios, The Art Loft, The Gray Fox Gallery, Yvette Torres Fine Art, Dowling Walsh Gallery, 25 Oak St, Carver Hill Gallery, Asymmetrick Arts. Their mission promotes the arts in Rockland, Maine by promoting the city as Maine’s premier destination for the arts. First Friday Art Walks are held on the first Friday of each month, May through December, with a special holiday Art Walk held on Friday, November 24, 2017, to coincide with Rockland’s ‘Festival of Lights’ celebration.