Author Archives: Jonathan D. Price

Billy Bernhardt

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Jessi McLeod

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Justin Boisvert

“Loves to sell mini storybooks about under the sea, lighthouses, the beaches and being on Southern Portland, Maine Coast also love making backdrop themes about southern Portland, Maine Coast. Been creating Animation movies about four choices about Maine Coast by … Continue reading

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Grand Re-Opening Video

Thank you to everyone who supported us through our move, and helped welcome SpinOff to Gardiner. We are so grateful and thrilled to be a part of this vibrant community. We are also very proud to be a part of … Continue reading

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Charles Holt

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Marjolaine Whittlesey ~ Physical Theatre

Marjolaine is an actor and educator who teaches and performs around Maine. Her love of moving on stage started in kindergarten and never waned. She discovered the world of physical theater at age sixteen during a clown intensive at the … Continue reading

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Leslie McDonald

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Cleo Poland

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Call for Art – 4×4(x4)

SpinOff Studio invites YOU to submit to the first show of 2013. The 4×4(x4) show is a great opportunity to have your work displayed for all of Hallowell to see, as it will be hung in the SpinOff Studio window, … Continue reading

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Cony High School Students join SpinOff for Career Exploration days

SpinOff Studio has teamed up with students in special education classes at Augusta’s Cony High school for a series of four career exploration days at SpinOff Studio. The artists at SpinOff spent time showing their work, and explaining their chosen … Continue reading

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