Category Archives: In the Community

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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Pemaquid Point Lighthouse

On Monday we packed up our bags with lunches and art supplies and headed for to the coast to visit Pemaquid Point Light House. We took the back roads so we could check out sculptures of Iron Horse and admire … Continue reading

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Three Level Farm.

SpinOff Studio had an amazing time while visiting Threee Level Farm in Vassalboro, Maine. Robin gave us a tour of the farm, feed us some of the most amazing cheese we ever had and then let us loose to draw. … Continue reading

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Thank You Hallowell, Riverfront Festival

Hallowell, Maine- “Whatever” and the community pulls together! At least that is what happened in Hallowell during the Hallowell Riverfront festival on Sunday, July 1st. The Riverfront festival is a community event sponsored by the Hallowell Area Board of Trade … Continue reading

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The Art of Recycling.

KVAA, Spindleworks, SpinOff STudio and YOU!!! Continuing in this spirit of collaboration and community engagement, the KVAA, Spidleworks and SpinOff Studio are one of 6 groups chosen to participate in ecomaine’s “Recycling is a Work of Art” an annual art … Continue reading

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SpinOff Studio Goes to Auction!

If you are a patron of the arts you probably already know that this week is The Harlow Gallery’s Silent Art Auction. You can already get a sneak peak on their website were you will see amazing works of art … Continue reading

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